Islamabad. Government crisis in Pakistan: The National Assembly in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad was to vote on a no-confidence motion against the Imran Khan-led government today, but the deputy speaker sitting on the seat rejected the no-confidence motion.
After this the assembly was dissolved on the recommendation of Imran Khan. On the other hand, the opposition has reached the Supreme Court calling such a move unconstitutional and the Supreme Court has accepted its argument.
The opposition, on the other hand, has taken over the National Assembly and has placed its leader in the speaker’s chair inside the assembly. The opposition is occupied inside the assembly and Imran Khan is missing. He was also not present in the meeting called for voting on the no-confidence motion where the motion was rejected.
Constitutional experts are calling it a big mistake. Experts say that once the members gather for a no-confidence motion in the House, then the motion cannot be rejected. Voting is mandatory in this situation. Acting against the rules may lead to treason charges against Imran Khan and the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, as was the case with Nawaz Sharif earlier.
After the dissolution of the assembly, Imran Khan will have 90 days for the next election, but looking at the situation, it is believed that the army rule can be implemented here within the next few hours or days.
On the other hand, Pakistan Army has issued a fresh statement showing itself neutral on this matter, saying that we have nothing to do with the political process of the country, but those who analyze the politics of Pakistan are believing that the army is behind the curtain. Sitting behind, someone is planning a new game, as has been happening in Pakistan before.