The political crisis in Pakistan is now at its peak. The United Opposition in Pakistan will now take its no-confidence motion against the Imran Khan government to the Speaker of the National Assembly on Monday. If the president of the National Assembly approves the motion, the no-confidence motion in the Pakistani parliament will be voted on March 28. Meanwhile, intelligence sources said that Imran Khan was under pressure to resign and Army Chief General Kamar Javed Bajwa and ISI chief Nadeem Anjum had asked him to step down after a meeting of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC).
According to the Hindustan Times, Imran Khan’s party had earlier called on former army chief General Raheel Sharif to mediate from Saudi Arabia to save the government, which may have failed. General Raheel Sharif met General Bajwa on behalf of Imran Khan but he could not persuade him. General Bajwa and other senior generals said that the favorite of Army Imran Khan should not be given another chance. Sources in New Delhi said that the Pakistan Army was assessing that it would be appropriate for Imran Khan to resign as the current political crisis in the midst of economic crisis was not in the country’s interest.
Imran Khan can dismiss General Bajwa!
The Pakistani military was also angry that Imran Khan had inadvertently targeted the United States and the European Union over the Ukraine crisis. That too when Pakistan supported the West on the issue of Afghanistan. That is why the Pakistan Army has explicitly asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to resign after the OIC conference. Meanwhile, there is talk in Islamabad that Imran Khan may sack General Bajwa to save his seat.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. However, this does not appear to be the case with the support of senior army generals. These senior Pakistani generals do not want to remove General Bajwa for the time being. It is also rumored that Imran Khan may resign just before the no-confidence motion.
OIC Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections
Pakistan’s united opposition has withdrawn from the government’s alleged threat to block the OIC foreign ministers’ meeting in Islamabad over a no-confidence motion against Imran Khan. In a statement issued on Saturday, shortly after Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari warned of a dharna against the government, the United Opposition said that the internal political situation in Pakistan and political turmoil affected OIC meetings. Will not allow Will do
The joint opposition said it welcomed the OIC foreign ministers and representatives to Pakistan and assured them that it would play its part in making their stay memorable and enjoyable. Earlier, the United Opposition had asked the Speaker of the National Assembly to allow a no-confidence motion against Khan on Monday instead of adjourning the session for several days. National Assembly Speaker Asad Kaiser was quoted by Geo News on Friday as saying that he had the right to adjourn the National Assembly session indefinitely, raising fears in the opposition that the speaker would pass a no-confidence motion against him. Can’t allow However, a spokesperson later said that the speaker had not said anything in this regard.