According to sources, the Prime Minister grew to become indignant and snubbed the defence minister for what he (PM) referred to as “blackmailing” him.
The assembly held on the Parliament House was presided over by the Pak Prime Minister. The assembly cleared the controversial Supplementary Finance Bill-2022, generally referred to as the mini-Budget.
After the assembly, the Prime Minister sat in his chamber for nearly the entire day and met a lot of legislators hailing from his Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and different events within the ruling coalition, the report stated.
The defence minister whereas attending the assembly reportedly stated that he wouldn’t vote for the Prime Minister if new fuel connections weren’t given to the folks of KP.
However, Khattak informed mediapersons after the assembly that he neither harshly talked to the Prime minister nor hurled any menace of not voting for PM Khan.
Sources stated Khattak was of the view that KP was being uncared for by way of provision of electrical energy and fuel whereas these services have been being loved by the folks of different provinces. They stated the defence minister informed the Prime Minister that if the scenario lingered on, the folks of KP wouldn’t vote for the PTI, the report stated.