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PM says govt will not back motion to de-seat PTI from Parliament
Speaking at the floor of parliament today, PM Sharif urged the Mutahidda Qaumi Movement and Jamiat-e-Ulema Islam (Fazl) to withdraw their motions against PTI.
“We should respect mandate of all political parties,” PM said.
He told the House that Parliament was the highest forum to resolve the issues.
He underlined that the Supreme Court verdict regarding military courts will motivate the armed forces of the country.
“Provincial governments and armed forces have played effective role in rescue and relief activities in flood affected areas,” said Mr. Sharif.
Opposition Leader Syed Khursheed Shah said also appreciated the stance against motion to de-seat PTI.