A vote of confidence will be held in the Parliament of Pakistan today. Imran Khan will have to resign if he loses the election. He is mentally ready for this. Earlier, in a speech to the nation on Thursday (March 4th), he said he was ready to sit in the opposition if Harley lost the vote. The Indian media reported in the Hindustan Times.
A vote of confidence has become inevitable after the unexpected defeat of Pakistan’s Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh in the Senate elections on Wednesday.
Imran Khan expressed his displeasure in his speech addressed to the nation. He reminded that he did not come to politics to earn money and said that he would leave the masnad if he lost the confidence vote on Saturday. He complained that votes were being traded in Parliament with the help of money. And the Election Commission is protecting them. Angry Imran is heard to say, what kind of joke is this about our democracy? What kind of democracy?
This is the first time the Imran Khan-led government has faced a tough test since coming to power three years ago. He recently lost to Pakistan’s finance minister in the upper house of parliament. After that, Imran wants to test his strength through a confidence vote in the lower house. He has no objection to leave the mattress if he loses.
Source: Bhorer Kagoj by www.bhorerkagoj.com.
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