Pakistani PM Imran Khan on Monday was de notified as the prime minister of the country. The top court is likely to give verdict on whether no-trust vote or fresh elections. Mr Khan is also the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
A statement on the same was issued from Pakistan’s Cabinet Division after the dissolution of the National Assembly.
Earlier, deputy speaker of the National Assembly (NA) Qasim Suri had dismissed the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan.
Since a long time Pakistan’s Opposition parties had been mulling over the the no-confidence motion against him.
However, Imran Khan will continue to serve as the PM of Pakistan. He will continue till the appointment of a caretaker PM under Article 224-A(4) of the Constitution.
What is going on in Pakistan and how it affects Mr Khan’s prime ministership is a long story.
These development stem from the denial of ‘no-confidence motion’ against Mr Khan.
It was ruled to be part of a “foreign conspiracy” and in violation of Article 5 of Pakistan’s Constitution.
Meanwhile, President Arif Alvi sent letters to PM Imran Khan and Leader of the Opposition Shehbaz Sharif to seek suggestions for the appointment of a caretaker PM in Pakistan.
Opposition blames Imran Khan for failing to revive the Pakistan’s economy.
Pakistan’s Supreme Court will decide on Monday if the no trust vote will be taken up again or fresh polls will go ahead.
India’s neighbouring country remains is witnessing a lot of political turmoil.
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