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Pak Opposition Leader: "Imran Khan has lost majority, and he is no longer PM"

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Pak Opposition Leader: Imran Khan has lost majority, and he is no longer PM
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According to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Imran Khan "now has lost majority" in the National Assembly and opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif will become the Prime Minister shortly.

Bilawal Bhutto thanked Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) for joining hands with the opposition ahead of the vote of confidence likely to occur in the next few days

Thursday should be the day of voting according to him.

"Imran Khan has now lost his majority. He is no longer the Prime Minister. The parliament session is tomorrow. Let's hold voting tomorrow and settle this matter. We can then start working on transparent elections and the journey towards restoration of democracy and an end to economic crisis can then begin," the PPP chairman said.

Moreover, Bilawal Bhutto predicted that Nawaz Sharif's brother Shahbaz will "soon" be the next prime minister.

"PPP and MQM-P's working relation has nothing to do with the no-confidence motion. Both the parties have to work together for the development of Karachi and Pakistan," Bilawal Bhutto added.

"He (Imran Khan) has no choice. He can either resign or he can be dismissed with a no-confidence vote," Bilawal Bhutto said.

On Tuesday, the ruling party received another shock when ally MQM-P decided to support the opposition's no-confidence motion against Imran Khan.

"Prime Minister Imran Khan is a player who fights till the last ball. He will not get resignation," Fawad Chaudhry Twteeted

On April 3, the no-confidence vote will be held on Imran Khan. This puts him in a difficult position.

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