Pakistan

PM Imran Khan loses no-trust vote, ousted from power in Pakistan

Acting speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq said 174 lawmakers had voted in favour of the motion, “consequently the vote of no confidence has passed”. Prime Minister Imran Khan-led government in Pakistan on Saturday midnight was ousted from power after he failed the no-confidence motion moved against him by the opposition, after a day-long political drama. As many as 174 members recorded their votes in favour of the resolution. Pakistan’s parliament had begun voting on a no-confidence motion against Khan, ending a 13-hour impasse over the vote he was expected to lose.

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