Nawaz who decided on no-trust motion now talking about leaving govt: Rasheed.

ISLAMABAD -- Former interior minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed on Sunday said that PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, who decided to oust former premier Imran Khan through a vote of no-confidence, is now considering the option of leaving the government.

"The decision on the no-confidence motion was made in London. The same Nawaz Sharif is now talking about leaving the government," Rasheed tweeted, once again turning his guns to the PML-N leadership.

He said that the country is in an "economic jam" and the people cannot pay bills of electricity and gas alongside a fixed tax.

The politician went on to say that the coalition government "just keeps holding ineffective press conferences" while Imran Khan has "taken over" after a brief campaign.

"The government is at zero, while he [Imran Khan] has become a hero," said Rasheed, a close aide of the former PM.

In a separate tweet, Rasheed further stated that...

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