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Pakistan PM Imran Khan: Imran Khan’s fate to be decided on April 3, Pak MPs to vote on no-confidence motion

Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is facing heavy political pressure these days. Opposition has introduced No Confidence Motion Against Imran Khan in Pakistani Parliament. Pakistan’s Home Minister Sheikh Rashid has told that voting on this proposal is proposed on 3 April. In such a situation, in the remaining four to five days, both the ruling party and the opposition (Pakistan Democratic Movement) are trying hard to get the neutral parties in their favor. Imran Khan has handed over the command of the state to the PML-Q, who is revolting in Punjab by taking the resignation of his party’s Chief Minister Usman Buzdar. Despite this, it is believed that the final decision of Imran’s chair will be taken by the Pakistan Army.

Sheikh Rashid claims victory for Imran Khan
During a session of the National Assembly on Monday, opposition parties moved a no-confidence motion against Imran Khan. A day after which Pakistani Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid addressed the media in Islamabad regarding the latest political situation in the country. He said that the no-confidence motion will be debated on March 31 followed by voting on April 3. He claimed that Imran Khan would win during the voting on the no-confidence motion.

Expresses confidence of opposition parties to support Imran
Sheikh Rashid predicted that all alienated allies would come back to support the Imran Khan-led government, as the Pakistan Muslim League-Qaida (PML-Q) has already done. He also said that after the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the opposition parties held separate political rallies on Sunday and Monday, all roads have been opened and no blockade has been imposed in a part of the city. .

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Opposition parties have presented no-confidence motion
The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), which includes the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-I) and other parties, organized a massive rally on the Srinagar highway in Islamabad on Monday night. . Pakistan Muslim League (N) (PML-N) Vice-President Maryam Nawaz and Leader of Opposition in Punjab Assembly Hamza Shahbaz, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) and other PDMs who started the rally from Lahore on March 26 Arrived in Islamabad to join the supporters of the parties.

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Imran Khan accused of doing politics of religion
Maryam, daughter of three-time prime minister Nawaz Sharif, slammed Imran Khan, saying he was using a religious card to save his shaky throne. A day after Imran Khan’s Islamabad rally, he said in a show of strength to the opposition that I challenge you to bring 172 MPs with you on the day of voting on the no-confidence motion. He accused Khan of sidelining his most trusted Buzdar to save his seat after the government decided to hand over the post to Chowdhary Pervez Elahi in place of Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar to gain the support of the Pakistan Muslim League-Qaida Party. Put it.

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Maryam said that you pushed your most trusted man (Bujdar) into the well to save your power. We have never seen such a favored person in our entire life. He also said that Khan has claimed a foreign conspiracy to remove him from power. Maryam blamed Khan for showing a fake letter at the rally a day earlier. He said Imran Khan has lost the confidence of the people, which is proved by the ruling party’s defeat in 15 out of 16 by-elections in recent months. Several other PDM leaders also addressed the gathering and they also announced to convert their rally into a dharna and said that their workers would camp till the no-confidence motion is voted on.

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Imran needs 172 MPs for Jesus
Imran Khan, 69, is leading a coalition government and his government may collapse if some allies decide to pull out of the coalition. The PTI has 155 members in Pakistan’s 342-member National Assembly and needs the support of at least 172 lawmakers to remain in power.