Imran Khan calls for fresh polls after no- confidence rejected in Pak assembly | World News

The extremely anticipated vote was delayed once more. 

Islamabad, Apr 02 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan addresses the nation, in Islamabad on Saturday. (ANI Photo/PTV) (ANI)
Islamabad, Apr 02 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan addresses the nation, in Islamabad on Saturday. (ANI Photo/PTV)

Published on Apr 03, 2022 12:59 PM IST

Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan on Sunday referred to as for fresh election shortly after a no confidence movement in opposition to him was rejected in the National Assembly over safety issues. “I have written to the president to dissolve the assemblies. There should be elections in a democratic way. I call upon the people to Pakitan to prepare for elections,” he stated in an handle to the nation.

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