If Imran clashes with Constitution, then the law will make its way: Shehbaz

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ISLAMABAD: PML-N President and Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif has said that if Imran Khan clashes with the Constitution and law then Constitution and law will make its way.

Addressing a press conference here on Saturday, Shehbaz Sharif warned Imran Khan that instead of acknowledging his defeat, Imran Khan was engaged in a conspiracy to divide the nation, directly confronting the Constitution.

Shehbaz said that Imran Khan was inciting his followers to sabotage the decision to be taken by the parliament tomorrow. Members should have the right to enter the parliament peacefully, he said.

Addressing the prime minister, the PML-N president said, “Imran Khan, I know you are not getting any sleep already. I am already scaring you in your dreams. We are on a peaceful path, he added.

He said that the government that would be formed would immediately start work in the public interest. The first case of treason should be against Imran Khan, Shehbaz said.

Meanwhile, the federal government and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leadership planned a riot in Parliament Lodges and Parliament on the occasion of the no-confidence motion on Sunday.

According to senior journalist Hamid Mir, it has been decided that the opposition members will first be stopped in the Parliament Lodges so that they cannot reach the National Assembly.

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According to him, the plan is to give PTI protesters access beyond D-Chowk. It is learned that the Speaker has opposed the proposal to delay the voting process tomorrow and said that tomorrow is the last day and voting cannot be postponed.

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The security establishment has told the government that there is no evidence that the no-confidence motion is an international conspiracy. If the government has evidence, the provide it.

It may be recalled that on Sunday, April 3, the National Assembly will vote on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan. If the no-confidence motion is passed, the prime minister will have to resign.