Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan says opposition's no- trust move against Senate chairman is a political adventure , which would be foiled by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and its allies.
Talking to media after attending a seminar on the occasion of death anniversary of Sir Aga Khan III in Islamabad, she said the country could not afford such adventures due to its political and economic situation.
Dr Firdous said incumbent chairman had neither violated Constitution nor deviated from Senate’s code of conduct. He is only being targeted for not following the dictations of so-called 'political pundits'.
She said it is Prime Minister Imran Khan, who had challenged the status quo in the country and had been working on institutional reforms from the very first day after assuming power.
She said International Monetary Fund had repeatedly pointed out the bad governance and wrong economic policies of the previous rulers and endorsed the narrative of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
She said the confirmation of prime minister’s visit to the United States of America had dampened the spirits of opposition, which was expecting the otherwise.
The special assistant said Imran Khan is the first Pakistani leader who had won applause from the global community and was given special protocol in Gulf and other world regions.