No-Trust Vote Against Imran Khan To Be Held Today

Pakistan Crisis LIVE: No-Trust Vote Against Imran Khan To Be Held Today

Pakistan Political Crisis LIVE: Imran Khan attacked the opposition amid political crisis.

New Delhi:

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the most crucial challenge of his political career as he faces no-confidence motion in the national assembly today. With this, Imran Khan might become the first PM to be removed through a no-trust vote.

Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party effectively lost the majority in the assembly earlier this month when a key coalition partner said its seven lawmakers would vote with the opposition. More than a dozen lawmakers from the ruling party also indicated that they would cross the floor.

Here are the LIVE updates on Imran Khan’s No-Trust Vote:

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Hold no-trust vote today: Bilawal Bhutto to Parliament
PPP Chief Bilawal Bhutto In Pak Parliament says Imran Khan is scared of fair elections. “Request you to follow the Supreme Court order and conduct the no-trust vote today,” Mr Bhutto said in the Parliament.

Opposition alleges government trying to delay no-trust vote
The opposition says it has more than 172 votes in the 342-seat assembly, which needs a quarter of members present for a quorum. It has alleged that the government is trying to delay the no-trust vote.

Just IN: No-Trust Voting Expected To Be At 8pm Today
No-Trust Voting Expected To Be At 8pm Today

“Go To India If You Like It So Much”: Pak Opposition Leader To Imran Khan

Pakistan’s Opposition leader Maryam Nawaz Sharif on Saturday lashed out at Prime Minister Imran Khan for lavishing praise on India, saying he should go to the neighbouring country if he likes it so much.

The remarks of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam, who is the daughter of deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif, came after Khan called India a “nation with a great sense of honour”.

Prime Minister Khan, in an address to the nation on Friday night ahead of the no-trust motion where he has little chances of surviving unless some miracle takes place, said that he was not against India and had a lot of following in the neighbouring country.

Latest Updates On Pakistan’s Political Crisis As Imran Khan Faces No-Trust Vote
Pakistan National Assembly has not reconvened yet.

Latest Updates On Pakistan’s Political Crisis As Imran Khan Faces No-Trust Vote
The Pakistan national assembly was adjourned for one-and-a-half hours after it met for the crucial session during which the Imran Khan government will face a no-confidence vote. The Pakistan PM was not in the House when it met.

Imran Khan LIVE Updates: Pakistan Minister Indicates No-Trust Vote Can Shift To Next Week
Pakistan federal minister Fawad Chaudhry on Saturday said that voting on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government could be shifted to next week.

Latest Updates On Pakistan’s Political Crisis As Imran Khan Faces No-Trust Vote
Pak National Assembly adjourned till 12:30 pm ahead of no-trust vote against Imran Khan

Watch: Leader Of Opposition Speaks In Pakistan National Assembly

Imran Khan LIVE Updates: Just IN
Pakistan Political Crisis: Parliament session begins; opposition insists on no-trust vote, government wants to delay

Pakistan Political Crisis LIVE Updates: Voting On No-Trust Vote Could Be Postponed, Report Says

Pakistan Political Crisis: Why Imran Khan Faces The No-Trust Vote
Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party effectively lost the majority in the assembly earlier this month when a key coalition partner said its seven lawmakers would vote with the opposition. More than a dozen lawmakers from the ruling party also indicated that they would cross the floor.

Imran Khan LIVE Updates: Pak Used As Tissue Paper, Thrown Away, Imran Khan Says On Foreign Interference

Lauding India as “khuddar quam” (very self-respecting people), Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that no superpower can dictate terms to the neighbouring country, admitting that both New Delhi and Islamabad do not share a good relationship.

“Indians are khuddar quam (very self-respecting people). No superpower can dictate terms to India,” he said on Friday during his national address on the eve of a controversial no-confidence vote that looks certain to dismiss him.

He added: “I’m disappointed that only due to RSS ideology and what is done with Kashmir we don’t have a good relation.”

Raising the foreign hand charge again, Imran Khan said both India and Pakistan got their independence together but Islamabad gets used as tissue paper and thrown away by the hand of foreign forces.

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