Pakistan Political crisis LIVE: Imran Khan has attacked the opposition amid a political crisis.

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Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan faces the most crucial challenge of his political career as he faces a vote of no confidence in the National Assembly today. With this, Imran Khan could become the first prime minister to be removed from office by a vote of no confidence.

Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf party of Imran Khan effectively lost a majority in the assembly earlier this month when a key coalition partner said its seven lawmakers would vote with the opposition. More than a dozen ruling party lawmakers have also indicated they will cross the floor.

Here are the LIVE updates on Imran Khan’s no-confidence vote:

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The Supreme Court will open at midnight if the vote of confidence does not take place
If the vote of confidence against Imran Khan’s government does not take place before midnight, the Supreme Court will be open, local media report.

Those who bought MPs will be responsible if martial law is imposed: Minister Pak
Amid the deadlock in Pakistan’s parliament over the no-confidence vote against embattled Prime Minister Imran Khan, his close aide warned on Saturday that those who bought MPs will be held accountable if martial law is imposed in the country.

Vote on questionable confidence motion today
The crucial session of Pakistan’s parliament convened on Saturday in accordance with a landmark Supreme Court ruling to decide the fate of embattled Prime Minister Imran Khan witnessed multiple adjournments and heated arguments, but the vote on a no-confidence motion against him appeared to be a distant possibility before the end of the day.

Meeting adjourned until 9:30 p.m.
The proceedings of the crucial session of the National Assembly in which the vote could take place on a motion of no confidence against the embattled Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, was adjourned until 9:30 p.m. Saturday, shortly after their resumed after the Iftar break.

BREAKING: The National Assembly session for the vote on the motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Imran Khan resumes after the Iftar break.

What if Imran Khan loses today’s vote?
If Imran Khan loses, the opposition could appoint its own prime minister and retain power until August 2023, when new elections are due to be held.

‘Show sportsmanship’: Bilawal Bhutto tells PM Imran Khan
Imran Khan is the “first captain who leaves the field with wickets because he fears losing the game”, Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari told the National Assembly on Saturday, as he asked the embattled Prime Minister to “show sportsmanship”, before leaving office.

Imran Khan calls cabinet meeting for 9 p.m.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan called a cabinet meeting at 9 p.m. local time today.

Hold a vote of no confidence today: Bilawal Bhutto in Parliament
PPP leader Bilawal Bhutto in Pak’s parliament said Imran Khan was afraid of fair elections. “Asking you to follow the Supreme Court’s order and proceed with the vote of no confidence today,” Mr Bhutto told parliament.

Opposition accuses government of trying to delay vote of no confidence
The opposition says it has more than 172 votes in the 342-seat assembly, which needs a quarter of those present for a quorum. He alleged that the government was trying to delay the vote of no confidence.

Just IN: No-confidence vote set to take place at 8 p.m. today
The no-confidence vote is set to take place at 8 p.m. today

‘Go to India if you love it so much’: Pakistani opposition leader to Imran Khan

Pakistani opposition leader Maryam Nawaz Sharif on Saturday slammed Prime Minister Imran Khan for praising India, saying he should visit the neighboring country if he loves it so much.

The remarks by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam, who is the daughter of ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, came after Khan called India a ‘nation with great sense. of honour”.

Prime Minister Khan, in an address to the nation on Friday night ahead of the no-confidence motion where he is unlikely to survive unless a miracle happens, said he was not against India and that he had many supporters in the neighboring country. .

Latest updates on political crisis in Pakistan as Imran Khan faces no-confidence vote
The National Assembly of Pakistan has yet to meet.

Latest updates on political crisis in Pakistan as Imran Khan faces no-confidence vote
Pakistan’s National Assembly adjourned for an hour and a half after convening for the crucial session in which Imran Khan’s government will face a vote of no confidence. The Pakistani Prime Minister was not in the House when he met.

Imran Khan LIVE updates: Pakistani minister says no-confidence vote can move to next week
Pakistani Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry said on Saturday that the vote on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government could be postponed until next week.

Latest updates on political crisis in Pakistan as Imran Khan faces no-confidence vote
Pak National Assembly adjourned until 12:30 p.m. ahead of vote of no confidence in Imran Khan

Watch: Opposition leader speaks at Pakistan’s National Assembly

Imran Khan Live Updates: Just IN
Political crisis in Pakistan: Parliament session begins; the opposition insists on a vote of non-confidence, the government wants to delay

Live updates on political crisis in Pakistan: vote on no-confidence vote could be postponed, report says

Political crisis in Pakistan: why Imran Khan faces the vote of no confidence
Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf party of Imran Khan effectively lost a majority in the assembly earlier this month when a key coalition partner said its seven lawmakers would vote with the opposition. More than a dozen ruling party lawmakers have also indicated they will cross the floor.

Imran Khan Live Updates: Pak Used as Tissue Paper, Thrown Away, Says Imran Khan on Foreign Interference

Hailing India as ‘khuddar quam’ (highly self-respecting person), Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said no superpower can dictate terms to neighboring country, admitting New Delhi and Islamabad do not share good relations .

“Indians are khuddar quam (very self-respecting people). No superpower can dictate terms to India,” he said in his nationwide address on Friday on the eve of a no-confidence vote. controversial who should definitely fire him.

He added, “I am disappointed that it is only because of the RSS ideology and what is being done with Kashmir that we don’t have good relations.”

Again raising the charge of the foreign hand, Imran Khan said that India and Pakistan had achieved independence together, but Islamabad was being used as tissue paper and discarded by the hand of foreign forces.