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44 PTI MNAs withdraw their resignations: Asad Umar

ISLAMABAD: About 44 members of the National Assembly belonging to the PTI have decided to withdraw their resignations.

The PTI MNAs have sent emails to the NA Speaker Raja Pervez Ashraf, urging him not to accept their resignations.

PTI leader Asad Umar disclosed this on Monday, saying the lawmakers of the party will sit in the parliament.

Asad Umar said that PTI chairman Imran Khan directed his party’s MNAs to withdraw their resignations together.

PTI leader said, “The next step will be the nomination of the opposition leader.”

On Jan 20, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) denotified 35 MNAs of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf after Speaker of the National Assembly accepted their resignations.

The Commission denotified four women MNAs elected on the reserves seats and 31 other MNAs of the PTI. The ECP has shared the notification pertaining to the denotification of 35 MNAs of PTI. Below is the ECP’s notification.

Last week NA Speaker accepted resignations of 34 PTI MNAs and one resignation of Sheikh Rashid, chief of Awami Muslim League.

As the NA Speaker accepted resignations of another 35 MNAs of PTI, total number of resignations, so far, has increased to 81 _ 80 PTI MNAs and one Awami Muslim League MNA.

About 131 MNAs of the PTI tendered their resignations en masse after Imran Khan’s government was ousted through a no-confidence move in April last year.

NA speaker on July 28, 2022 accepted the resignations of only 11 PTI lawmakers. On Jan 17, NA Speaker accepted 34 more resignations of PTI MNAs while he accepted resignations of another 35 PTI MNAs. 

Now the PTI has changed its strategy and directed its members of the parliament to withdraw their resignations immediately.

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