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Army vehicles near Pakistani PM’s office, Imran Khan’s 3 conditions for resignation, Speaker’s refusal to vote… will martial law?

Islamabad : Saturday’s session in the National Assembly of Pakistan began with the intention of voting on a no-confidence motion against Imran Khan. The PTI government is constantly trying to postpone the voting. Meanwhile, news is coming that the Speaker of the National Assembly, Asad Qaiser, has refused to vote on the no-confidence motion. Asad Qaiser has cited the relationship between himself and Imran Khan. According to reports, Imran Khan has put three conditions before his resignation.

The session of the National Assembly began at 10:30 am on Saturday. After three adjournments, the session resumed after iftar at 7:30 pm. Earlier it was expected that voting could take place after 8 pm. But according to Geo News, Speaker Asad Qaiser has refused to allow the members to vote. Quoting sources, the report said that the speaker, citing 30-year-old relations between himself and Imran Khan, said that he cannot allow the vote on the no-confidence motion.
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Session can go on till 12 o’clock in the night
The report, quoting National Assembly sources, said the session could go on till 12 pm. Imran Khan has called a cabinet meeting at around 9 pm. At the same time, PTI has filed a review petition in the Supreme Court. According to Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir, Imran Khan, who has lost majority in the House, is ready to vote on the no-confidence motion. But Imran Khan has put three conditions for this.

Imran Khan put three conditions
First- Imran Khan wants someone other than Shahbaz Sharif to be made the Prime Minister of Pakistan, second- no case should be filed against Imran Khan and his cabinet after resignation, third- elections should be held in the country as soon as possible. Pakistani journalists claim that army vehicles have been seen near the PM’s office. Its videos have been shared on Twitter.

Will there be martial law in Pakistan?
The news of the sighting of an army vehicle near the PM’s office is coming at a time when Fawad Chaudhry, a minister in the Imran cabinet, said that buyers will be responsible for martial law in the country. He said that the Supreme Court is not bigger than the Parliament of the country. Sometime back, Fawad Chaudhry and Shah Mehmood Qureshi changed their Twitter bio and wrote ‘Former Minister’. After this it is being speculated that Imran Khan may resign before voting.