Awami National Party (ANP) chief Asfandyar Wali Khan has rejected a presidential ordinance for Senate elections, claiming a rift between the ruling PTI and its allies.
In a statement, Asfandyar Wali Khan said that the elected government was disrespecting the parliament. Despite the National Assembly session, the implementation of the ordinance is possible only in the new Pakistan.
Despite the case being heard in the Supreme Court, the issuance of the ordinance is a blatant admission of nervousness and incompetence.
He also said that after the failure of the parliament, the government wants to impose a decision through a presidential ordinance. Without a constitutional amendment, the procedure of Senate elections cannot be changed, the constitution cannot be amended through an ordinance If I have the courage, legislate. The Awami National Party will be a strong wall at every forum against any unconstitutional move.
On the other hand, how can a key leader of the ruling party and Federal Minister for Defense Pervez Khattak has also claimed to get twenty seats in the Senate.