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No-confidence motion against Imran Khan’s government to start at 8:30 pm tonight

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Imran Khan is having a difficult time because he is up against a dangerous yorker of opposition.Turmoil in Pakistan’s politics has been continuing. The opposition is expecting a vote on a no-confidence motion against Imran Khan’s government to start at 8:30 pm tonight.

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The opposition wants to oust Prime Minister Imran Khan. However, Imran Khan wants to keep his government. But his party doesn’t have enough support to save his government. The opposition is demanding a no-confidence motion.

A crucial session started in Pakistan’s Parliament on Saturday to begin the no-confidence motion against defiant Prime Minister Imran Khan. It is expected that the motion may be delayed after the government asks for a debate on the so-called “foreign conspiracy” against it.

Here are the updates:

Ex-Pak PM’s daughter calls Imran Khan a psychopath

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Former PM Nawaz Sharif’s daughter has called Imram Khan a psychopath amid a deadlock in the National Assembly over the no-trust vote. She said a maniac’s fear of having to face the music has brought the entire country to a grinding halt and a complete standstill. For weeks now, the country of 22 million has been without a government.

Delay in no-confidence vote talks between Speaker and Oppn fail

The debate on the no-trust vote against Pakistan PM Imran Khan has been delayed after talks between the Speaker and the Opposition failed. The Opposition wanted a vote on a no-confidence motion, while the Speaker wanted to take up the foreign conspiracy angle for debate.

Imran Khan chairs a key meeting with senior PTI leaders

Imran Khan is holding a meeting with senior leaders of the PTI party ahead of the no-trust motion against him in the National Assembly, which has been adjourned till 1 pm.

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Shehbaz Sharif asks Speaker to conduct session

Shehbaz Sharif, the Leader of the Opposition in Pakistan’s National Assembly, on Saturday told the speaker to conduct the session as per the order of the Supreme Court and said that the Opposition would oust the “selected” prime minister by adopting a lawful and constitutional procedure.

“Today, parliament is going to defeat a selected prime minister in a constitutional manner,” he declared.

Pakistan Assembly adjourned, debate to resume at 1 pm

The Pakistan National Assembly has been adjourned till 12:30 pm or 1 pm (India time). The debate was underway on the no-confidence motion against Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, and Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood was speaking in the House, to which the Opposition objected.

Ready to face motion, says Pak Foreign Minister Mahmood

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Pak Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood said he was ready to face the no-confidence motion against Pakistan PM Imran Khan. The debate on the no-trust vote is underway in the National Assembly.

Only 51 members of PTI government in the assembly

Only 51 members of the PTI government are present in the National Assembly where the debate on the no-trust vote against Pakistan PM Imran Khan is underway.

22 rebel PTI leaders in Assembly ahead of no-trust vote

Twenty-two rebel leaders of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party are present in the National Assembly ahead of the no-trust vote against Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.

No member from Imran Khan’s party in Assembly

No member of Imran Khan’s party, PTI, has reached the National Assembly ahead of the no-trust vote.

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Security beefed up outside Pakistan’s Parliament

Security has been beefed up outside Pakistan’s Parliament ahead of the no-trust vote against Imran Khan. Rangers, FC and police personnel have been deployed for the security of the Red Zone of the National Assembly.

Go to India. ex-Pak PM Nawaz Sharif’s daughter tells Imran

After Imran Khan praised India during his address hours before a no-confidence vote, the former Pakistan Prime Minister’s daughter, Maryam Nawaz, told him to leave Pakistan and move to India.

 

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