General elections in Pakistan in 90 days, President dissolves Parliament, Imran Khan will remain PM

New Delhi | Pakistan Political Crisis: Today a new twist has come amidst the upheaval of power in India’s neighboring country Pakistan. The no-confidence motion moved by the opposition against the Imran Khan government in the Pakistani National Assembly on Sunday was rejected without a vote. After which the opposition has challenged this issue in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has constituted a special bench to hear the matter.

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No-confidence motion said to be inspired by foreign conspiracy
Pakistan’s National Assembly deputy speaker Qasim Khan Suri rejected the opposition’s no-confidence motion against the Imran government, calling it foreign conspiracy motivated and unconstitutional as per the constitution.

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What did the Wazir-e-Ala of Pakistan say?
Pakistan Political Crisis: After the opposition’s no-confidence motion was rejected in the National Assembly, Imran Khan while addressing the people of Pakistan said that, such a big conspiracy was being done against the country, today that conspiracy has failed. Now the people of Pakistan should prepare for the elections. Imran said that a proposal has been sent to President Arif Alvi to dissolve all the assemblies including the National Assembly, which was accepted.

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General elections will be held in Pakistan within 90 days
After the no-confidence motion was rejected, it has been said by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting that the next general elections in Pakistan will be held within 90 days. Following the recommendation of Imran Khan, the President of Pakistan has dissolved the Parliament.

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