Pakistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan secures vote of confidence with Opposition absent

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan is seeking a vote of confidence in the National Assembly today (Saturday).

President Dr Arif Alvi had summoned the National Assembly to meet today at 12:15pm for this purpose.

Imran Khan is the second Prime Minister in the history of Pakistan who is going to the National Assembly for a ‘voluntary’ vote of confidence.

Prior to PM Khan, Nawaz Sharif had sought a voluntary vote of confidence from the Parliament after his reinstatement was granted by the Supreme Court in 1993.

The Opposition alliance, Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), is boycotting the NA session.

 

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