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PML-N Not To Be Part Of ‘In-House Change’, Says Ayaz Sadiq

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Former speaker of the National Assembly (NA) and senior leader of Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) Ayaz Sadiq has dismissed the rumours that PML-N will be part of any ‘in-house’ change, removing Imran Khan as prime minister of Pakistan.

The PML-N leader, during an interview to journalist Munizae Jahangir on her show, said that he has spoken to senior leaders of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA), and all of them are not in favour of any in-house’ change.

“As far as PML-N is concerned, I can guarantee you that we wouldn’t be part of ‘in-house’ change because we want actual solutions of the problems currently being faced by Pakistan. The government is taking Rs15 billion loan every day and so far, they have taken more loans than those taken by the previous governments of PPP and PML-N combined,” Ayaz Sadiq said.

He added that PML-N would consider the possibility of change in whole parliament. Journalist Munizae Jahangir, who conducted the interview of the PML-N leader, retweeted the interview’s video, saying: “From the horse’s mouth ‘PMLN will not be part of any in house change’ says PMLN’s Ayaz Sadiq dismissing all rumours that he maybe appointed PM as part of a move to dislodge the PTI Govt in the centre & in Punjab.”

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