February 7, 2024


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No-confidence motion against Pak PM: Opposition claims ruling coalition will break soon

Days after a  No –confidence motion was submitted against Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, the Opposition parties’ negotiations with the ruling PTI government allies seem to have entered their final phase. Opposition leaders told Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper that the ruling coalition was likely to break “in a matter of days, if not hours”.

According to a senior leader of the Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz (PML-N), allies have already decided that they will be leaving the ruling coalition, Dawn reported. Earlier this week, the no-confidence motion, signed by about 100 lawmakers from the PML-N and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), was submitted  before the National Assembly Secretariat. The leaders alleged that the  Imran Khan -led government was responsible for rising  Inflation —a charge that the prime minister has flatly refused. 

Cracks appear in ruling coalition 

But despite Khan’s best efforts, cracks began to show in the ruling coalition on Saturday when Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid accused Federal Minister for Water Resources Moonis Elahi of “blackmailing” the government to make him the Chief Minister of Punjab in exchange for supporting the prime minister.