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Imran Khan News: From today there will be political ruckus in Pakistan Parliament, Imran Khan will have a litmus test, will the chair survive?

Islamabad: The political storm is going to start in the National Assembly, the lower house of the Pakistan Parliament, from today. On the request of the opposition, an extraordinary sitting of the joint session of Parliament is going to be held. The meeting, which is going to be held from 11 am Pakistani time, will decide on the no-confidence motion brought by the opposition against Prime Minister Imran Khan. There is a possibility of fierce ruckus in this meeting and all eyes will be on Speaker Asad Kaiser. The opposition is apprehensive that the Speaker may adjourn the session of the House till Monday on the pretext of the death of an MP in the past.

In view of this danger, the opposition PDM has strengthened its strategy. According to the report of the Pakistani newspaper Express Tribune, there is a high possibility that if the proceedings of the House are adjourned, then the opposition can protest vigorously. Not only this, the opposition has planned to demonstrate vigorously inside the house on Friday. For this, all the MPs have been instructed to be present in the meeting.
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PDM a joint alliance of 20 political parties
Indeed, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) is the country’s opposition party to at least 20 political parties, including Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) and others. The PDM’s leaders are claiming to have the support of dozens of defectors and allies of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). The PDM has vowed to oust Khan through a no-confidence motion. Has ditched.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s opponents are doing their best to convince the defecting members of PTI to ensure that they get more support from government allies and reach the magic number of 172 votes. These numbers are necessary to claim majority support in Pakistan’s 342-seat National Assembly. Meanwhile, the Imran government has now devised a strategy to delay the process of voting on the no-confidence motion, adopting legal and constitutional measures.
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Imran Khan running bets to delay voting
According to sources, the Imran government is planning to delay the voting process by referring the matter to the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP), where the government has invoked Article 63(a) of the Constitution with reference to the President, which is an existing one. The term of disqualification of MNAs (Members of the National Assembly) is related to. Clarity has been sought from the apex court on his interpretation, which votes against the leader of his party despite being elected on the same party ticket. National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser is expected to express concern over the legality of votes of members who voted against Prime Minister Khan on the day of the vote on the no-confidence motion.

The Speaker reserves the right to adjourn the ensuing session to March 25 on the condolence reference of an MNA who passed away recently. Pakistan’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid had earlier said that no voting could take place on March 25 due to the death of the MP. He said that the Speaker can call a session for voting on March 30 or April 1. While the Imran government seems clear on its delaying strategy, it is being approached through a back door to allay the concerns of defecting members and persuade them to vote in its favour.