LAHORE   -   Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar Thursday said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was united and would remain so under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan. “The prime minister will emerge victorious in the no-trust motion.” He stated these remarks while meetings with over 20 lawmakers including provincial ministers who reposed trust in him and Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) MPA Raees Nabeel Ahmed was among the parliamentarians who called on the chief minister. During meetings with the lawmakers and provincial ministers, matters pertaining to current political circumstances and development projects in their respective constituencies came under discussion. On the occasion, the chief minister maintained that the nation had witnessed the dual face of those holding ‘horse-trading markets’. “The game of opposition is over,” he added.

Usman Buzdar vowed to implement the applicable recommendations of the lawmakers and stated that success was not possible without including women in the journey of progress. He said that the PTI public meeting at D-Chowk would prove to be a game-changer, adding that no role of opposition was seen in the future politics. “Those creating political anarchy will soon fall apart and disperse,” the CM said and added that the wisdom of Prime Minister Imran Khan could not be competed. He also appreciated Prime Minister Imran Khan for teaching the nation to live with respect and dignity. “Defeat in the no-confidence motion is predestined for the opposition, and they do not enjoy public support at any level,” he added. “Those trying to hinder the course of progress will not achieve anything,” he emphasised. He denounced that the opposition was trying to create political chaos and unrest only for vested interests. “The opposition’s ‘horse-trading markets’ is an undemocratic step,” he deplored. He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was a brave and courageous leader, and adding that the masses had given a five-year mandate to the PTI. He stated that the negative approach of the opposition had earlier been rejected by the people. “The opposition will meet the same fate this time too,” he added.

He disclosed that the PTI was expeditiously taking forward its mission to do public service without caring for the criticism by opponents.