By: Gul Afroz Soomro
The Prime Minister has apparently closed the door on doubts about his position as Prime Minister after the government’s defeat in the Senate seat by a vote of confidence from the National Assembly. However, the opposition rejected the whole process as unconstitutional and intimidating, as well as the 16 members who, according to the Prime Minister, voted for the opposition candidate in the Senate election with money, their party and After gaining the support of the coalition parties, his speech is sure to intensify the political heat due to the aggressive criticism of the opposition leaders. The Prime Minister has nominated former Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, who won the Senate seat, as the most corrupt person in the world, PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman as the second man, former President Asif Ali Zardari as Mr. Ten Percent and three-time Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif as the country’s most corrupt man. He was declared a robber who fled after returning. According to some observers, it was the Speaker’s job to remove these “non-parliamentary” words from the proceedings. Despite his explanation to the Election Commission regarding the Senate elections, the Prime Minister once again targeted his criticism. second
On the other hand, the PDM leaders in their statements alleged that the vote of confidence was taken at gunpoint and the voters were monitored by the agencies while the people of the four provinces have openly expressed no confidence in the Prime Minister in the by-elections. At the press conference of the PML-N leaders outside the Parliament House, a very sad demonstration of intolerance and rudeness took place in the form of chanting of PTI workers, throwing of shoes and then regular rioting. These scenes reached viewers all over the world through TV screens and caused national disgrace. The rapid decline of civilization and politeness in our political culture in recent years, and the speed with which slander and gossip have taken its place, if not quickly remedied, the growing chaos and disintegration will make our national existence irreparable. Will cause harm. Love for the country and the nation requires that both the government and the opposition work together to formulate a plan of action for a positive change in this situation and to implement it in good faith. Most of the differences in our political parties are due to shortcomings in the accountability and electoral process. Political leaders often blame each other on these issues and then these quarrels reach the level of activists and become even more infamous. If these two issues are completely transparent, fair, impartial and free from all forms of interference, then the root causes of the differences will be eliminated and favorable conditions will be available for effective efforts to improve all walks of life, including the economy. Will come Any immediate threat of a no-confidence motion by the opposition is safe after the Prime Minister takes a vote of confidence. How good it would be for them to use this opportunity to hold the election process accountable and credible. He also mentioned some steps related to transparent election process in his address. These proposals should be considered in Parliament and finalized, while demonstrating full cooperation in bringing all cases involving the government and its allies, including foreign funding, to a logical conclusion on a priority basis to restore the nation’s confidence in the accountability process. It is necessary.