Imran Khan is approaching political crisis! With the resignation of two cabinet ministers, Qureshi may also resign

In Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan is facing not only a no-confidence motion, but also a coup by his leaders. It is learned that two ministers of Khan’s cabinet have resigned before the vote on the proposal. That being said, the resignation of ministers may continue. Earlier, allied parties of Tehreek-e-Insaf had decided to join hands with the opposition.

News18 reports quoted sources as saying that the two ministers had resigned. Meanwhile, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) Shahjain Bugti and PTI Member National Assembly (MNA) Dr Amir Liaquat announced their resignations on Sunday. According to sources, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi may also resign on Monday.

Both big names have announced their resignations ahead of Khan’s huge rally in Islamabad. At the rally, Khan was expected to speak out against the judiciary, the army and the government. According to reports, the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority had asked several major news networks to stop covering the rally.

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Bugti, who opposed the government from Khan, belonged to the PTI’s ally Jamhuri Watan Party. At the same time, TV presenter Liaquat has already announced that he will stay away from PTI in the near future.

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On March 8, the country’s opposition parties filed a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Khan. Opposition groups called for the beleagured PM to resign. He said Khan needed the support of 172 of the 342 seats to stay in power and that 20 of his party’s MPs had already switched sides. Opposition groups called for the beleagured PM to resign.

Here Khan has already said, “No matter what happens, I will not resign.” The point is that if some of Khan’s allies change sides, the coalition government could fall.


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