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While it is a common belief that common people are out there protesting against the untimely removal of Imran Khan, there are many celebrities that have also joined the occasion. It is quite an interesting notion that Imran Khan’s removal from the prime minister office has resulted in the union of common man and the celebrities.
During the ongoing political fiasco in Pakistan, many events, statements, and actions surrounded an air of ambiguity over the already hazy political landscape. Many of these events were related to the Army and everyone was looking forward to what the army had to say or do about the current situation.
Seriously, who would have thought that the whole nation would come out on Imran Khan’s call that too whenever and wherever he calls them out. This is exactly what happened during the Peshawar Jalsa that happened on April 14th, Wednesday.
The right to protest may be a manifestation of the right to freedom of assembly, the right to freedom of association, and the right to freedom of speech. Protests and restrictions on protests have lasted as long as governments have.
Usually, the Supreme Court takes a long time to consider or even discuss matters of national address. But this time the courts presided on Sunday, something usual in the country’s long history. The verdict of the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly was overruled, and they decided that the no-confidence will take place.
The only person for whom the NA session and courts convened till the 11th hour. Certainly, Imran Khan’s achievements had an impact. Today we will talk about the 3 years performance of the PTI government and PM Imran Khan.
After the dismissal of the no-confidence motion, the President of Pakistan on the advice of the Prime Minister dissolved the National Assembly. This move however was seen as unconstitutional by the opposition and many others.
The turn of events before the no-confidence vote pointed at the possible removal of Prime Minister Imran Khan. Can you imagine before Eid all the tailors got busy stitching the dresses that they’d wear on the oath-taking day as the new Prime Minister of Pakistan?
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi held the third multinational meeting to discuss the economic and humanitarian crisis facing Afghanistan in the ancient town of Tunxi in east China’s Anhui Province. Chinese special envoy for Afghanistan Yue Xiaoyong hosted the meeting. Foreign ministers and other representatives from Pakistan, Iran, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Indonesia, Qatar, Uzbekistan, and Afghan acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi were present on the occasion.
In the past, the nation has witnessed allies of political parties like this. Also, the nation has seen these political parties part ways once a party has gained its goal. The current political situation in the country seems very difficult for Imran Khan and the ruling party PTI. Both opposition parties and the ruling party have already put on their power shows.
The story of our very own Prime Minister turned cricketer started when ‘some’ in the opposition banded together to oust the government or, to be more specific, Imran Khan. But they didn’t know one thing, there is only one person besides gravity that can pull anyone or anything towards him and that’s Imran Khan, the crowd puller.