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Today's assembly session was canceled due to a no-trust trust vote against Imran Khan.

Today’s assembly session was canceled due to a no-trust trust vote against Imran Khan.

On Sunday, Pakistan’s National Assembly was disbanded, and a much-anticipated trust vote against Prime Minister Imran Khan was postponed once more. With Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government’s fate to be decided on Sunday, more than 100 members of the Opposition parties have signed a no-confidence motion against National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser. The opposition, …

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Decision on Political Crisis In Pakistan will be on Sunday?

Political Crisis- Imran Khan on the vote of no confidence: Imran Khan, surrounded by the crisis in Pakistan, made it clear that he would not resign. He decided to contest the motion of no confidence. In his address to the nation, Imran Khan said that on Sunday the country will decide which direction it will …

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Pakistan Political Crisis: Opposition is getting heavy!

Pakistan Political -The clouds of crisis hang over the government of Imran Khan in Pakistan. Tomorrow, that is to say March 31, the motion of censure must be discussed while the vote can take place on April 3. Opposition parties are also opening up a front against Imran Khan’s government. At the same time, Imran …

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Pakistan Opposition Demands PM Imran Khan Resign In 24 Hours

Pakistan Opposition Demands PM Imran Khan Resign In 24 Hours

Thousands of Pakistani opposition party supporters rallied on Tuesday to demand that PM Imran Khan step down or face a no-confidence vote in parliament, accusing him of mismanaging the economy and poor governance. Pakistan is in the midst of an election campaign that could lead to political turmoil. The PPP, which was founded by assassinated …

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WATCH | Navjot Singh Sidhu Responds to BJP Attack for Calling Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan 'Bada Bhai'

WATCH | Navjot Singh Sidhu Responds to BJP Attack for Calling Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan ‘Bada Bhai’

New Delhi: Punjab Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu responded on Saturday after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) attacked him for calling Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan a “big brother”. It comes after Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) Chairman Navjot Singh Sidhu earlier today reached the Kartarpur Corridor Integrated Checkpoint at Dera Baba Nanak, Gurdaspur, to …

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What does Captain Amarinder Singh say About Navjot Singh Sidhu?

What does Captain Amarinder Singh say About Navjot Singh Sidhu?

What does Captain Amarinder Singh say About Navjot Singh Sidhu? In a dramatic turn of events amid the long-standing rift in the Punjab Congress, Captain Amarinder Singh tendered his resignation to Governor Banwari Lal Purohit. New Delhi: After tendering his resignation on Saturday, former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh called Navjot Singh Sidhu an …

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Imran Khan's party wins irregular and violent PoK elections

Imran Khan’s party Tehreek-e-Insaf wins irregular and violent PoK elections

Prime Minister Imran Khan‘s Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf party is set to form the next government in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), as it became the largest political party in the region’s marred legislative elections allegations of irregularities and violence, local media reported, citing unofficial results. Imran Khan’s party Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) won 23 seats while the Pakistan Peoples Party …

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Know India Better Than Any Other Pakistani: PM Imran Khan

Know India Better Than Any Other Pakistani: PM Imran Khan

Imran Khan spoke at length about the kind of foreign relation he envisions Pakistan having with the US after the process of withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan concludes. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan in an interview with The New York Times said he knew India better than all other Pakistanis and had enjoyed the country’s …

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