Imran Khan to announce dissolution of assemblies next week

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LAHORE: PTI Chairman Imran Khan will make an important announcement regarding dissolution of assemblies next week.

According to the sources, Imran Khan will address all the PTI parliamentarians via video link next week, for which the meeting of KP and Punjab Parliamentary Party will also be called.

Sources say that the KP Parliamentary Party meeting will be held on Friday and the Punjab Parliamentary Party meeting will be held on Saturday, in which Imran Khan will take both the provincial parliamentary parties into confidence to dissolve the assemblies. Imran Khan will inform the members of his strategy in the current political situation.

Yesterday, PTI Senior Vice President Fawad Chaudhry has said that the party’s leadership had approved dissolution of both Punjab and Khyber Pakhtukhwa assemblies.

He added that as you all know, PTI is quitting the assemblies. He said, therefore, the party’s senior leadership has approved the decision to dissolve the assemblies.

Fawad said that Imran Khan has spoken to KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan. He would would hold a meeting with Punjab CM Elahi later this week.

“The meetings of the parliamentary parties of both the assemblies have been summoned for later this week, following which, the assemblies will be dissolved,” he said speaking to journalists.

Fawad further said added that the PTI would announce the date of the Punjab and KP assemblies’ dissolution in the next two to three days.

Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Pervez Elahi has said that he will not wait even for a minute to dissolve the provincial assembly if Imran Khan instructs him.

The chief minister said that he owe the Punjab government to Imran Khan. He added: “We stand with those whom we support.”. In a video statement he said that PML-Q is an ally of the PTI.

Elahi said that Imran Khan’s plan entered its decisive round during the Pindi rally. He added that when the PTI starts resigning from the assemblies, the Pakistan Democratic Movement’s government would start falling on its own.

Earlier,  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf  Chairman Imran Khan on Saturday announced that the Haqeqi Azadi march would not move towards Islamabad, reasoning that he does not want to create  anarchy and chaos in the country.