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No-confidence movement: Imran Khan’s fate to be decided in Pak Parliament session this week | World News

According to intelligence enter, 4 high generals together with military chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and director basic of  ISI Lt General Nadeem Anjum have advised Imran Khan to step down after the OIC-FM convention

Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan’s fate is probably going to be decided because the nationwide meeting is ready to be convened this Friday to take up a no-confidence movement towards the ruling authorities, information company Reuters reported.

A joint alliance of opposition events had filed a no-confidence towards the prime minister, stating that his authorities had additionally lost majority. Several lawmakers of Imran Khan’s occasion Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf additionally defected.

The opposition wants a minimum of 172 votes in the 342-member Pakistan National Assembly to defeat Khan. There are experiences of a ‘substantial’ variety of PTI lawmakers who’re presently lodged in the Sindh House in Islamabad, believed to vote towards their very own occasion. 

The management of Pakistan opposition events has requested their parliamentarians to keep put in Islamabad to guarantee their presence in the National Assembly session forward of the voting for the no-trust movement towards Prime Minister Imran Khan.

According to the opposition leaders, the speaker of the decrease home of the parliament may convene the meeting session any time and directed the lawmakers belonging to their events to keep put in Islamabad, ARY News reported.

Amid the heightened political exercise surrounding the no-confidence movement, what makes issues worse for Khan is the much-powerful Pakistan Army distancing itself from the complete difficulty. According to intelligence enter, 4 high generals together with military chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and director basic of spy company ISI Lt General Nadeem Anjum have advised Imran Khan to step down after the OIC-FM convention. 

(With company inputs)

 

 

 

 

 


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