Islamabad: – On Sunday, Pakistan was on the edge of a crucial session of its Parliament to vote on a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran amidst call for protest by the embattled cricketer-turned politician against a “foreign conspiracy” to oust him.
Against National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaisar, Pakistan Opposition Parties submit no-confidence motion on Sunday.
According to Dawn, the PM was absent when the proceedings begin. No confidence motion was dismissed by Deputy Speaker Qasim Khan Suri against Prime Minister Imran Khan, terming it ‘unconstitutional’.
In Pakistani capital city of Islamabad, Section 144 prohibiting large gatherings has been imposed and the District Administration has completely banned pillion riding in the city.
Violence is likely in and around Parliament tody, with PTI members planning to bring its protestors to D Chowk and right up to the main gate of Parliament House, despite clear directives from the Supreme Court, which had banned all types of gatherings inside the high security Zone according to sources accessed by Geo News.
It can be observed that No Pakistan Prime Minister has ever completed a full term. Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s brother Shehbaz Sharif is tipped to become the next Prime Minister if Mr Khan goes.
“The people should decide what they want, not foreigners. Buying people through money has resulted in this. Put that money in something better. I implore the nation to prepare for elections. You will decide the future of this nation, not the corrupt or the foreigners.” Prime Minister Imran Khan said.
Published By:- Shubham Agarwal
Edited By :- Khushi Thakur