Countdown to coup in Pakistan! Pakistan Army Betrayed PM Imran Khan, Fixed Date for Resignation, Imran Khan trapped in numbers game

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is in trouble. First, their MPs left. Now the news is that the army has also distanced itself from its favorite.

Pakistan Army Betrayed Pm Imran Khan, Fixed Date For Resignation
Pak PM Mr. Khan

According to Pakistani media reports, Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has asked Imran Khan to resign.

The countdown of Imran government has started in Pakistan.


Imran Khan may resign before facing the no-confidence motion. It has been said in the media report that Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has asked Imran Khan to resign from the post after the OIC conference.

There is no other way left for Imran. Imran has been left behind in the numbers game with the rebellious attitude of 24 MPs. On the other hand, the rebel MPs also had to face the Supreme Court and the highest court showed the way to Parliament.

The opposition front is united against Imran Khan. Demanding early voting on the no-confidence motion. Now it remains to be seen whether Imran faces a no-confidence motion on March 28 or resigns by adopting a middle path and makes someone else the prime minister.

If we look at the figures of power in Pakistan, Imran had the support of 176 MPs earlier, but after the rebels of 24 MPs, now only 152 MPs are standing with the Imran government. That is, Imran Khan is far behind the figure of 172 in the 342-member National Assembly.

According to reports, Imran has been asked to leave the chair of the Prime Minister of Pakistan after the conference of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is over. The two-day OIC conference has started today and will end on Wednesday.

In such a situation, speculations are rife whether Imran Khan will be discharged before the no-confidence motion is tabled in the National Assembly on Friday? Let us tell you that it is not hidden from anyone that one can stay on the throne of Pakistan only as long as the army wants.

lobbying did not work

According to Pakistani media reports, a decision has been taken on Imran’s political fate in the meeting of General Bawaja and three senior lieutenant generals of the army. Everyone expressed the opinion that it is not right to give more time to Imran. It is said that former Army Chief Rahil Sharif had met General Bawaja to defend Imran, but now it is clearly visible that this lobbying did not have an effect.

Imran Khan badly surrounded

Imran Khan’s government is badly engulfed in the vortex of mistrust. The opposition has been campaigning to remove Imran from the throne for years, but it seems to be getting success for the first time because about two dozen MPs of Imran’s camp have also turned their back on them.

The rebellion of 24 MPs

Imran Khan was running the government with a majority of 179 MPs, but it is being told that 24 of his MPs have announced to vote against Imran Khan at the behest of Asif Ali Zardari’s Pakistan Peoples Party. Apart from this, there are 5 MPs who are with Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman.

Strong Opposition

It is believed that there are more than 200 MPs in the opposition’s court. This is the reason why Imran is avoiding the floor test and is busy counting his achievements while blaming the opposition. Not only this, Imran is playing the emotional card in his statements, on the one hand, on the other hand, he is adopting every trick so that the government can be saved. Imran wants to use the defection law as a lifeline.

Number game of power in Pakistan: Why and by how many numbers are PM Imran Khan lagging behind?

The Imran government has gone to the Supreme Court to interpret Article 63-A. The Imran government wants to know to what extent the disqualification of the rebel MPs can be done. Imran Khan’s party wants that the votes of those who voted against the party should not be counted.

There. In view of the political turmoil, the Supreme Court Bar Association has also filed an application that the Supreme Court should intervene to maintain peace in the country. Pakistani Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry says that we have sought an opinion from the Supreme Court on Article 63A. People’s consciences have been bought.

Islamabad called 10 lakh supporters

Meanwhile, a day before the floor test on March 28, Imran Khan’s party Tehreek-e-Insaf has called one million of its supporters to Islamabad. The message is clear that the rebel MPs may also have to face the wrath of party supporters.

Not only this, but now Pakistani media has also accepted that Imran Khan’s game is over. Now he is playing in the last over of that match, which is impossible to win.