KP Assembly to go on Imran’s signal: CMArchive
PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan on Saturday reiterated that he wouldn’t hesitate for even a moment to dissolve the provincial assembly as and when he was instructed by his party chairman Imran Khan to do so.
“I have always said I am a humble worker of (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan. I owe this office to him. I wouldn’t hesitate for a minute if he asks me to dissolve the provincial assembly,” Chief Minister Khan said.
He rebutted statements in the news media attributed to him that he would send a summary seeking dissolution of the KP Assembly to the governor on Saturday night.
“This is not true,” he told Dawn. “What I said was that we are all waiting for the notification of the dissolution of Punjab Assembly. We will initiate the process [in KP] when the chairman asks us to do so.”
“The moment I move the summary, I will WhatsApp its image to you all,” the chief minister said while addressing the oath-taking ceremony of the newly-elected body of the Peshawar Press Club.