PTI-backed Member of the National Assembly Aamir Liaquat said that the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has rejected his resignation which he had announced to submit after he was unable to help the residents of his constituency in Karachi.
Liaquat said that after a long meeting with the Prime Minister his four-page resignation was rejected. “I opened my heart and told everything to the Prime Minister of Pakistan,” he said adding that Prime Minister Khan appreciated his efforts for raising his voice for the issues the people of Karachi are facing and said that thinking about the people was the role of an elected member of the national assembly.
Earlier today, Aamir Liaquat Hussain, through the tweet, posted on the social media platform that he was on his way to the Prime Minister House to submit his resignation to the chief executive of the country.
It is pertinent to mention here that the MNA, who won a seat of the lower house of the parliament on the ticket of the ruling political party PTI from NA-245 in the general elections held in 2018, had earlier hinted at resigning from the post on Twitter.
He cited the reasons that he could not offer the residents of his constituency any relief from Karachi’s frequent power outages.