Defence Minister Pervaiz Khattak has said Prime Minister Imran Khan is determined to take the country forward and will not bow before the foes of the country.

Addressing a public gathering in Islamabad on Sunday, he said Imran Khan will not give NRO to those, who plundered wealth of the country. He said the time has come when the people of Pakistan will have to stand with Imran Khan against turncoats.

Speaking on the occasion, Minister for Maritime Affairs Ali Zaidi said the opposition has tabled no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan for saying ‘Absolutely Not.’ He said Prime Minister Imran Khan always keeps Pakistan’s interests supreme.

Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said PTI has no interest in conspiracies as it has strong belief in people.

He said nation is standing by Prime Minister Imran Khan for his promised revolution in the country.

Chaudhary Fawad Hussain said turncoats will have to face the wrath of the people for their betrayal with Imran Khan.

Minister for Federal Education, Professional Training Shafqat Mahmood said the entire nation is standing behind Imran Khan, rejecting evil practices of horse-trading by the opposition parties.

Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination and leader of the Grand Democratic Alliance Dr Fehmida Mirza said GDA supported Imran Khan and joined the government on principles.

Condemning the horse-trading, she said this is lethal for the democracy. She said we are supporting Imran Khan for the sake of Pakistan. She urged the media to expose the bad governance of PPP in Sindh, which has increased sufferings of the people of the province.

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Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid Khan said Imran Khan will successfully sail through the no-confidence test and the gang of thieves to face defeat in the National Assembly.

Minister of State for Climate Change Zartaj Gul said women will continue supporting Imran Khan for pursuing an independent policy, highlighting Kashmir dispute and the issue of Islamophobia at the international forums.

Azad Kashmir Prime Minister Abdul Qayyum Niazi said Imran Khan became the ambassador of Kashmiris. He said Kashmiris have great trust in Imran Khan and fully support him.

Planning Minister Asad Umar said Imran Khan is fighting the war of Pakistan, where people of the country can take their decisions independently.

He said we want good relations with everyone and can be partner in peace, but we are not ready for becoming slaves. He said Imran Khan has successfully raised Ummah’s voice against the Islamophobia.

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said the opposition is a gang of thieves and looters and they will not succeed in undermining Prime Minister Imran Khan in his quest to take the country forward.

A large number of PTI workers, including women, are participating in the mammoth public rally entitled Amr Bil Maroof, which is underway at the Parade Ground in Islamabad.