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MQM-P Departure And PM Imran Coalition Government

Withdrawl Of MQM-P From PTI

For the time being, the prime minister’s position is secure. The MQM’s withdrawal from the coalition government has effectively eliminated the government’s slim majority. When it comes to preventing more defections from the ruling party, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s political choices are limited at this juncture. In the end, it seems that the perplexing letter from an unknown nation, which he had hoped would put an end to his troubles, was of little help.

As things stand right now, his chances of living are close to none. He will be removed from power as long as the so-called “impartial observers” do not intervene with an ex machina to derail the plan. As for the neutral organisations, there are rumours that their ranks are being torn apart by the imminent changes in Islamabad, and there are concerns about their ability to maintain their position.

However, it’s tough not to be sceptical when time-tested traitors educate the public on how their most recent defection is, in fact, good to the nation. Not surprisingly, the MQM has once again taken advantage of political situations to sell its political connections for things it does not really deserve, claiming that this is done “in the best interests of Pakistan.”

It’s remarkable how frequently the Republican Party has found itself on the treasury benches of every government since 1988, with the exception of one. Despite the fact that it is characterised by “flexibility,” to use a nice phrase, it is undeniable evidence that it is devoid of any guiding principles. The unexpected change of heart of its leaders, who, after years of reaping the benefits of power, suddenly decide to jump the fence when the grass seems to be greener on the other side, is maybe the best way to describe it.

A Tragic Week In History Of PTI Government

This week’s events have been particularly tragic in that it has become abundantly clear that nothing taking on in Islamabad is governed by any fundamental values of justice or equality. In order to guarantee that the vote of no-confidence succeeds or fails, all political groupings have shown that they are prepared to engage in dirty politics. The public’s confidence in each political party is being bought or sold in exchange for a few electoral votes.

This no longer seems to be a significant democratic victory for the opposition, which had launched its campaign with slogans calling for respect for the vote and an elected prime minister rather than a hand-picked leader to govern the nation. There is now a single-minded concentration on destroying the PTI by any means necessary, even if that involves lavishing favours on the same people who helped bring it to power in the first place. Another side has abandoned its convictions after ceding control of Punjab to a party that has just a fraction of the authority required to administer the province. There is nothing that can be done except for the population to watch in bewilderment.

Opposition Advancing Steps Towards PM Imran

The opposition is set to introduce a no-confidence motion in Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government, which has been in charge of the country since August 2018, in a bid to remove him. Imran Khan has been in power since August 2018.

The Pakistani parliament gathered in Islamabad at 11 a.m. local time (11 Am) on Monday, when the final vote to dismiss the PTI-led coalition government is expected to take place within the next few days.

The Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz-PMLN and the Pakistan People’s Party-PPP are the two main opposition parties spearheading the campaign to have Khan removed from power (PPP).

While campaigning on an anti-corruption and other reform agenda, Pakistani President Imran Khan has referred to his opponents as “thugs” in public addresses and vowed to defeat a vote of no confidence in his administration.

Members of the ruling party, following in Khan’s footsteps, have criticised the timing and intentions of the opposition’s demonstrations and protests.

In an Talk Show with Media, Andleeb Abbas, the PTI’s parliamentary secretary for foreign affairs, said that “this is all purely to save themselves,” a reference to PMLN leaders Nawaz Sharif and former President Asif Zardari, as well as PPP leader and former President Asif Zardari.

These individuals understand that Prime Minister Khan will not accept their misbehaviour and that the accountability net is becoming more restrictive.

As for the government’s accusations, the opposition, on the other hand, dismisses them as untrue and is certain of winning the vote of no confidence.

“The performance of this administration has been disgraceful. “Everyone can see it, especially on the economic front,” PPP senior leader Naveed Qamar told Media on the state of the economy. The professor predicted that the next months would be “very  challenging.

Khan’s own party members were almost certainly going to turn against him at some time in the future. Their hatred for him is palpable, and the government’s “artificial resuscitation” is no longer effective.

Thinking Of Opposition

The opposition is certain that it will be able to remove Khan from power with a simple majority in the National Assembly’s 342 members if a vote of no confidence is passed. Disgruntled members of the PTI and coalition supporters may decide to join the opposition in order to force Khan from his post.

It is also widely thought that Pakistan’s mighty military has deserted Khan, enabling the opposition to launch an attack on his residence.

If Khan and the Speaker of the National Assembly don’t get involved in acrobatics and shenanigans, the no-confidence vote should be completed quickly, Qamar said of the no-confidence vote.

PTI Dissident MNA’s No-Trust Vote Against PM

A PTI dissident Member of National Assembly (MNA) who claims to be a member of a group of at least 24 dissident MNAs who may vote against the prime minister, Noor Alam Khan, indicates Khan’s vulnerable position in Parliament. Khan was elected to the National Assembly as a member of the PTI in 2013.

Noor Alam Exclusive Talk With Media

We will make our final decision when we join the House,” Noor Alam said in an interview media. I’m not sure what powers the prime minister has. The situation has, in my judgement, come to a close.”

According to a PTI member of parliament, Khan’s administration has been plagued with economic mismanagement, alleged corruption among high government officials, and a failure to pay attention to constituency concerns in general. It was also said that Khan’s most recent example of a powerful speech directed at party members had occurred.

Noor Alam said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was “calling us names, instigating violence against us, and calling us small bribe takers” in his speech. “It’s really mind-boggling.”

Khan, despite the fact that Pakistan’s political environment is obscure, has a good chance of winning. The government has brought the case to the Supreme Court of Pakistan in order to determine if dissident votes against Khan should be ruled unlawful by the court. If the legal processes continue, the vote on a no-confidence motion might be postponed until next week.

PM Imran And Opposition Wooing The Coalition Partners

Both Khan and the opposition parties are wooing the coalition partners with whom the government is forming a new coalition government. Pervaiz Elahi, the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League – Quaid (PMLQ), has long wished to be reinstated in the position of Punjab’s chief minister, which is now held by Usman Buzdar.

Punjab, Pakistan’s biggest and richest province, is home to the country’s second most prominent civilian leader, who also happens to be the province’s governor. According to Punjab government spokesperson Hasaan Khawar, PMLQ leader Elahi was not offered the province’s chief ministership in return for his support for Khan in the no-confidence vote in the government. According to Khawar, the prime minister was happy with Buzdar’s efforts.

PM Imran and Military Politics

While it may be impossible to forecast Khan’s future, it is possible that his relationship with the country’s military leadership will be a determining factor. In October, General Faiz Hameed, then-Director General of the Inter Services Intelligence (DG ISI), whom Khan wanted to retain on as spy chief, and Khan’s army commander, General Qamar Bajwa, engaged in an extraordinary, weeks-long, and public standoff that was broadcast live on television.

Following Khan’s defeat by Bajwa, Hameed was relieved of his duties as DG ISI. The political ramifications of this standoff, on the other hand, have been enormous. Because of the opposition’s willingness to talk about it, a new civil-military dynamic has had a considerable influence on political decision-making in the country.

On retirement of General Bajwa, DG ISI General Faiz Hameed Chaudhry will be among four senior most generals.

— Shakil Ahmed Turabi (@Saturabi) August 21, 2019

Khurram Dastagir Statement

As Khurram Dastagir, a member of Parliament and former federal minister from the Pakistan People’s Liberation Party (PPP), points out, the government’s crutch was removed in October, and it is now time to fulfil a long-standing demand that has been on the table for quite some time. Everything, including food, cannot be priced ever higher in perpetuity, and we must stop this trend immediately. “There has to be a shift in the way things are done in Washington.”

Dastagir has previously said that the opposition is only attempting to replace Khan as a source of love and tolerance within the military. He has denied this. The military has agreed to take a step back, as we asked. It has resulted in what we perceive to be a victory for democratic values.”

Prime Minister Khan, on the other hand, takes a more conservative approach to the situation.

Pakistanis are being asked to join Khan on March 27 in Islamabad for a big rally to safeguard “democracy and the nation” and fight against “evil,” according to a video message published on Thursday by the Pakistani president. Organizers of the protest want to “promote good” in an Islamic environment.

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