Pakistan political crisis live

Pakistan political crisis live:Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan lost a crucial trust vote in the National Assembly past midnight on Saturday, becoming the first PM in the country’s history to be removed through a no-confidence motion. Stay with TOI for the latest developments read LESS

Pakistan Political Crisis Live Updates: Imran Khan Out, Opposition Nominates Shehbaz Sharif As PM Candidate

The opposition parties have nominated Shehbaz Sharif of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz as their joint candidate for the prime minister’s election, scheduled on Monday (11th April): Pakistan’s ARY News

Sharif set to become next Pakistan PM after parliament ousts Khan

Imran Khan was dismissed Sunday as Pakistan’s prime minister after losing a no-confidence vote, paving the way for an unlikely opposition alliance that faces the same issues that bedeviled the cricket star-turned-politician. A new premier will be chosen Monday, with centrist Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) chief Shehbaz Sharif already anointed to lead the nuclear-armed nation of 220 million people.

Pak Crisis Highlights: Imran Khan Loses No-Trust Vote, Removed As Pakistan Prime Minister

Defense expert Qamar Agha reacts to Pakistan upcoming election

Defense expert Qamar Agha, talking over the upcoming election in Pakistan following political unrest in the country which is to take place on July 3, 2022, said that Imran Khan has a good connection with some sections of the Pakistan army, and his speech related to Anti-Americans attracted the youth’s attention.

Pakistan political crisis latest updates: Khan removed as PM

BBC Urdu reported that a helicopter carrying “two uninvited guests” landed at the Prime Minister’s House in the night and were escorted by Army soldiers to the interior of the palatial building. The two met alone for 45 minutes with Khan.

According to various media reports, Khan made a botched attempt to replace Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa to bring someone more pliant and sympathetic to his idea of “foreign conspiracy” and cling on to power.

Pakistan Political Crisis: Justice will prevail in Pakistan, says Shehbaz Sharif

Imran Khan tried to sack Army chief Gen. Bajwa before ouster: Reports

As the people of Pakistan woke up to a new dawn on Sunday, the details of the grueling and murky political activities in the preceding day and night have emerged, showing the country may have averted a damning showdown between ousted prime minister Imran Khan and the powerful Army.

Welcome back to ‘Purana Pakistan’, says Bilawal Bhutto after Imran Khan’s ouster

“We welcome (you) back to the Purana Pakistan,” top Opposition leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Sunday, as he took a jibe at ousted Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan following the adoption of a no-confidence vote against him. Khan, who came to power in 2018 with promises to create a ‘Naya Pakistan’, was unceremoniously removed from the office, becoming the first premier in the country’s history to be ousted through a no-trust motion.

 

 

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