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Imran Khan Goverment Loses in No Confidence Motion by 2 Votes

Pakistan’s political unrest, which has lasted nearly a month, appears to have come to an end for the time being. On the midnight of Saturday-Sunday, Imran khan’s government was defeated in a vote on a no-confidence motion. There were 174 votes against him, two more than the majority.

Pakistan Opposition Meet; Shahbaz Sharif next Prime Minister of Pakistan

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A meeting of the opposition parties’ alliance PDM  (Pakistan Democratic Front) is scheduled  today . In this case, there are three key players. The Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) of Nawaz Sharif, the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) of Asif Ali Zardari, and the Jamiaté Ulema Islam of Maulan Fazal-ur-Rehman (JUI). Shahbaz Sharif is expected to be the next Prime Minister of Pakistan. Bilawal Bhutto can be deputy prime minister.

No Objection Certificate required to leave the country ; Imran Khan’s uncertain future 

Without a Non-Objection Certificate, all leaders and officers are prohibited from leaving the nation (NOC). Even if Imran wished to, he will be unable to leave the nation. Many of his ministers and officers, on the other hand, have already left the country. Maryam Nawaz has stated unequivocally that Imran will be held accountable for what he has done. 

Speaker and Deputy Speaker likely to be behind the bars 

The Speaker and Deputy Speaker were instructed by the Supreme Court to vote on the no-confidence motion. But both of them quit and fled. Even if speaker Kaiser and deputy speaker Qasim resigned, the Supreme Court will certainly punish them. They will be charged with contempt of court. Both will face a six-month sentence under Article 6. Only if the President pardons them can this be avoided.

Patrolling increased in Islamabad ; New Army Chief Rumours 

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Army trucks began patrolling the streets of Islamabad late at night. Following that, it was expected that the army, as well as the administration, would undergo considerable changes. The news that former ISI chief General Faiz Hameed would replace Bajwa as army chief is a possibility.

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