Vote of no confidence motion against Imran Khan passes with 174 votes
A view of the National Assembly in Islamabad: Photo Quetta Voice

Dawood Ahmed:

ISLAMABAD: Opposition lawmakers have demanded that deputy speaker Qasim Suri conduct voting on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan. A session began, the deputy speaker asked the lawmakers to ask questions from ministers.

“We want to vote on a no-confidence motion”, Maryam Aurangzaib, the central leader of the Pakistan Muslim League (N) said. The chair asked the lawmakers to read questions so that the ministers could answer. However, all opposition lawmakers said, “please conduct voting on no confidence”.

The NA session was adjourned till April 3rd (Sunday).

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