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Imran Khan’s biggest political test, understand in 5 points why his chair is in danger

Imran Khan is facing the biggest challenge of his political career. While the opposition has brought a no-confidence motion against him, the rebellious attitude of about two dozen MLAs of his party has also increased his problems. We will give you information about this big political development in 5 big things:-

On March 8, the opposition gave a no-confidence motion
About 100 MPs from Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan People’s Party gave a no-confidence motion to the National Assembly Secretariat on March 8. It has alleged that the Imran-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government is responsible for the economic crisis and inflation in the country.

National Assembly’s 41st session to be held on March 25
The National Assembly Secretariat issued a notification on Sunday and clarified the situation regarding the important session. According to the notification, “the session will commence on Friday (March 25) at 11 am and will be the 41st session of the existing National Assembly.” However, the United Opposition later softened its stand, saying that due to the political turmoil in Pakistan (OIC’s) program would not be allowed to be affected.

Voting will take place if the proposal is accepted
The lower house of Parliament will consider the opposition’s no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister on March 25. If this motion is formally accepted by the House, a vote should be held within three to seven days.

Imran can move in this situation
Imran Khan is leading a coalition government and may have to step down if some of the allies decide to switch sides. The opposition needs 172 votes in the 342-member National Assembly to remove Khan. Imran’s party has 155 members in the house and needs at least 172 MPs to remain in government. His party is taking the support of 23 members of at least six political parties for a majority.

This is Imran’s biggest problem
Before the vote on the no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister, about 24 rebel MPs of the ruling party have come out in open protest, while the government has accused the opposition parties of horse-trading. Imran Khan has told the rebel MPs of his party that he is ready to forgive them if they return to the party.

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