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Balochistan’s team lost Imran Khan’s game, the minister also left; Understand the mathematics of Pakistan’s power

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Hours after a no-confidence motion was moved in the Pakistan National Assembly, a cabinet member of Imran Khan’s government resigned. Federal Housing Minister Tariq Bashir Cheema is a member of PML-Q from Bahawalpur. Cheema has decided to vote in favor of the opposition’s no-confidence motion.

Earlier in the day, the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had announced PML-Q leader Chowdhury Parvez Elahi as its chief ministerial candidate for Punjab. Imran Khan’s party has accepted the resignation of current Chief Minister Usman Bujdar. Bujdar had to face the same no-confidence motion as Imran Khan.

According to Pakistani media reports, Imran Khan’s Special Assistant on Political Affairs claimed that the PML-Q had promised to support the government.

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The proposal would require 172 votes in the 342-member National Assembly of the Imran government. However, 23 members of Khan’s coalition have not yet pledged their support, and about two dozen members of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) have revolted. As such, it is still a difficult situation for them.

The Balochistan Awami Party has ruined Imran’s game

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After one member joined the opposition, the PML-Q now has four members who will support the government, according to PTI. The 342-member Pakistan National Assembly has the support of 163 members of the opposition, including the PML-N and the Pakistan People’s Party.

Apart from this, the Balochistan Awami Party has declared its support to the opposition by pushing Imran Khan. With only four votes less than the required number to oust the Imran Khan government, this brings the number of opposition parties to 168.

All eyes are on the Muttahida Qaumi Movement

Now all eyes are on the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, which has seven members in the legislature. If the opposition votes, Imran Khan’s government will fall. Let it be known that a no-confidence motion has already been tabled against the Imran Khan government of Pakistan. Voting will now take place after the third day and before the seventh day. According to Pakistan’s constitution, the prime minister cannot dissolve the house and order new elections.

Imran Khan has reiterated many times that he will not resign and will continue to fight till the last ball. During a rally at Islamabad’s Parade Ground on Sunday, the 69-year-old politician alleged that there was a foreign conspiracy behind attempts to overthrow his government.

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