If the government fails to convene the National Assembly session by Monday, PPP leader Bilawal Bhutto has threatened to cancel the next OIC Conference in Islamabad.
Bilawal Bhutto indicated in a recent interview that if the government does not present a no-confidence resolution against Prime Minister Imran Khan by Monday, he will push opposition parties to stop the OIC gathering. “We’ll watch how the OIC meeting in Islamabad goes,” Bilawal Bhutto remarked, threatening the administration. He also criticised the PTI supporters’ attack on Sindh House.
The PTI’s dissident MNAs have been living at Sindh House in Islamabad, according to sources. These lawmakers opted to vote against Prime Minister Imran Khan in the no-confidence vote.
His comments came at a joint news conference held by the opposition parties in an attempt to increase pressure on the government to bring a no-confidence resolution in the National Assembly as soon as possible.
His comments have sparked a lively discussion on social media. When the opposition claims to have an advantage over the government, political journalists and experts have questioned the need for Bilawal Bhutto to threaten to stop the OIC Conference in Islamabad on March 22nd and 23rd.