Imran, in the face of the no-confidence motion, ordered the resignation of the Pak army chief


WEBMULTICHANNEL:As time goes on, the back of the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan is getting stuck on the wall. The opposition alliance is bringing a new motion of no-confidence against him. According to informed sources, Imran may not be able to pass that test. It is almost impossible to save the mattress. In this situation, the Pak army is also taking its hand away from Imran. An all-India media outlet claimed that four top Pakistani military officials, including General Kamar Javed Bajwa, had suggested Imran's resignation.

According to news agency ANI, Imran met General Bajwa on Friday. The meeting also discussed the activities of the rebels in Balochistan, starting from the no-confidence motion. But in spite of all the talk, it is becoming increasingly clear that Imran and Sena are not trustworthy in the end.

A no-confidence motion was submitted to the Speaker of the Pakistani Parliament on Monday by the Opposition Coalition. If he accepts it, it will probably be discussed on the 28th. It is difficult for Imran to save the mattress in that election. Opposition groups called for a boycott of the assembly if the speaker did not accept the offer or postpone the polls.

Intelligence sources claim that the Pak army is not with Imran in this situation. The meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation is being held on March 22 and 23 at the Parliament Secretariat building. There, the foreign ministers of the member countries of the Islamic-majority countries will join. The Pak army instructed that Imran should resign himself after that conference.

In fact, it is clear from the intelligence sources that it is not possible for him to save the mattress from the place where the wave of continuous protests has reached Imran. The Pak army also understood that. Moreover, the army is very angry with Imran. In particular, the way the Pakistani Prime Minister has ridiculed the United States and the European Union on the Ukraine issue, they are not taking it very well. Meanwhile, they are also taking Imran to task for the current state of affairs in Pakistan due to the push of inflation. In any case, the Tehreek-e-Insaf chief himself probably understands that it is no longer possible to survive in Pakistan's masnad.

It is to be noted that a no-confidence motion was also brought against Imran last March. However, Imran survived by losing the seat by getting 16 votes. His government received 6 more votes than required. But this time, losing his seat in the polls seems to be just a matter of time.

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