Opposition Leader in the Senate Yousuf Raza Gillani on Wednesday said PML-N “does not want to resign” from the assemblies and is “blaming PPP for the setbacks” faced by the Opposition’s Pakistan Democratic Movement alliance.
Gillani, speaking to media in Islamabad, said the decision to resign from the assemblies would be taken in the party’s Central Executive Committee meeting. The meeting has been convened by PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on April 11 (Sunday).
“Even if PPP decides in its meeting to resign from the assemblies, PML-N will not do it,” Gillani said.
On Monday, the PPP leader had said it was Bilawal’s decision to seek Balochistan Awami Party’s (BAP) support in helping him secure the office.