Rolling against the no-confidence motion, the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly rejected the no-confidence motion

Rolling against the no-confidence motion, the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly rejected the no-confidence motion

ISLAMABAD

Ruling against the no-confidence motion, the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly has rejected the no-confidence motion. According to details, Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Khan Suri in his rolling motion said that the no-confidence motion was unconstitutional. Earlier, important documents related to the National Assembly session were delivered for voting on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan. Important documents related to today’s important session have been delivered to the National Assembly. Strict security arrangements were also made on this occasion. On the other hand, Prime Minister Imran Khan started considering the option of resigning from the Assembly after the no-confidence motion.

According to media reports, Prime Minister Imran Khan and the PTI have started considering other options after the no-confidence motion. According to media reports, Prime Minister Imran Khan has been suggested that it would be better for PTI members and allies to resign en masse than to sit in opposition with corrupt rulers.
With the resignations, the new government will face a crisis. According to sources, it will be difficult to hold elections in so many seats. It will be useful to note that the number of PTI members in the National Assembly is 155 while the National Assembly consists of 342 seats.
Yesterday, the Prime Minister had said in an interview that those of us who have fled, if they come, we will not be able to run the government. Of course, we will get a majority. Go and milk will become milk and water will become water, how will these people run the government together?

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