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No-trust motion against Sanjrani set to fail: PTI

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Monday again warned the joint opposition in the Senate that its no-confidence motion against Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani was set to fail. READ MORE: Islam and Pakistan’s constitution guarantees minority …Read more

Move against Senate chairman bound to fail PTI

ISLAMABAD The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf PTI has claimed that the no-trust motion against Senate Chairman Mohammad Sadiq Sanjrani is bound to be defeated We are not holding meetings with the leaders of opposition parties to seek their support
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Senate no-trust motion PTI makes yet another move to woo Opp

Four-member PTI delegation meets Opp candidate Hasil Bizenjo fails to convince him to withdraw no-trust move parties against bringing a no-confidence motion against Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani however the efforts have failed to bear fruit so
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First-ever no-trust motion against Senate chair tabled

As the opposition submitted a no-trust motion against Sanjrani rules out resigning voluntarily from the post as suggested by Bilawal He Mr Sanjrani had been elected as a result of the oppositions consensus that emerged last year Now the PTI
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Govt moves to halt no-trust motion against Senate chief

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf PTI government has swung into action to halt the no-confidence motion moved by opposition parties against Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani it will set an
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Fazl optimistic about success of no-trust move

He added that attempts by certain political forces to portray the no-trust confidence as a conspiracy against Balochistan from where Sanjrani hails are doomed to fail Opposition
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Govt fails to change oppositions mind over no-trust motion

Last week senators belonging to the ruling PTI had met PPP and PML-N senators on the issue but they had failed to woo the latter The opposition had submitted the no-trust motion against Mr Sanjrani to the Senate secretariat on July 9 The ruling
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