Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan may resign today after National Assembly (Lower House) rejected no-confidence against him on Sunday. According to sources, opposition parties may approach the Supreme Court of the country against the deputy speaker’s move. Imran Khan, who blamed a “foreign conspiracy” to throw him out of power, has lost his majority in the 342-member assembly last week. PTI chairman Khan may also address Pakistan today.
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According to Pakistan Media, more than 100 members of Opposition parties have signed the no-confidence motion against the National Assembly speaker Asad Qaiser.
The no-trust vote move against Imran Khan came after PTI’s own allies decided to join Opposition groups against the PM.