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Imran Khan: ‘Last ball’ arrived with MP for Imran Khan who said ‘I will fight till the last ball’, wrote- Go Niazi Go

Islamabad : Political turmoil continues in Pakistan. After the Supreme Court order, the proceedings of the National Assembly began on Saturday for voting on the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan. Presently the session is going on and the opposition is demanding voting. Meanwhile, a video of Pakistan Peoples Party MP Shahida Rehmani is being shared in which she is seen taunting Imran Khan.

In the video, a ball is seen in Shahida’s hand. According to him, this is the same ‘last ball’ which Imran Khan has mentioned many times in the past. Rahmani was asked what is this in your hand? He replied, ‘Our Prime Minister had said that he would play till the last ball, so today we said that he should get the last ball because he had run away with wickets. But today we have brought the last ball again.

Written on ‘Last Ball’ – Go Niazi Go
Shahida showed that ‘Go Niazi Go’ is written on the ball. This was his taunt on Imran Khan who has been continuously saying that I will not resign and will fight till the last ball. The opposition says that Imran Khan used to say that I will fight till the last ball but the captain ran away after taking the wicket. On Saturday, in the National Assembly also, PPP leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the captain has left the field and is not present in the House even today.
Imran Khan threw the whole country into a political whirlwind, the situation of rebellion in the Ministry of External Affairs itself
‘When there is no voting, the opposition will not go from here’
Zardari asked the speaker to get the voting done as soon as possible and till the voting is not done, the opposition will not leave from here. He said that by not following the orders of the Supreme Court, you are violating the Constitution. Earlier, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi accused the US of interfering in Pakistan’s politics. He said that a meeting was held in the US on March 5 and see the co-incidence that on March 8, a no-confidence motion was moved against Imran Khan in Pakistan.