After the opposition’s no-confidence motion against PM Imran Khan won in the National
Assembly with 174 votes, Imran Khan became the first Prime Minister of the country against whom the no-confidence motion was successful.
The news of the success of the no-confidence motion filed against Imran Khan by the united opposition of Pakistan continued to adorn the international media and this news was prominently published and broadcast by the international broadcasters.
Qatari broadcaster Al Jazeera reported a no-confidence motion against Imran Khan, saying that after weeks of political drama and constitutional crisis, Imran Khan’s tumultuous tenure as Pakistan’s prime minister came to an end.
Al Jazeera added that the landmark Supreme Court decision on Thursday had restored parliament, which Imran Khan had sought to dissolve, and that the court had made it mandatory to vote on a no-confidence motion to avoid it.
The Qatari broadcaster added that in all these circumstances, Imran Khan had only two options, one was to resign and the other was to remove him from office by voting on a no-confidence motion.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has been ousted as the country’s prime minister following a no-confidence vote over allegations of economic mismanagement and mismanagement of the country’s foreign policy, the US broadcaster CCN reported. This marked the end of his tumultuous tenure as Prime Minister.
The U.S. broadcaster added that the former cricket star had lost the April 10 parliamentary vote, and that the opposition needed at least 172 votes out of 342 in the assembly to remove him.
CNN reported that the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan had the support of members of parliament, including more than a dozen deviant members of Imran Khan’s own political party.
The British broadcaster The Guardian reported that Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan lost a no-confidence vote in parliament after a dramatic week, in an attempt to prevent the move from moving forward. The constitution was violated.
The British newspaper wrote that Imran, who turned from a former world cricketer to a good Islamist politician, has been fighting for weeks for the survival of his political life after losing his parliamentary majority.
The Indian broadcaster The Times of India wrote that Imran Khan became the first Prime Minister of Pakistan after his defeat in the no-confidence motion and was removed by a vote of no confidence.
The Indian broadcaster wrote that Imran Khan, 69, was not present in the lower house when the no-confidence motion was being voted on.
Another Indian broadcaster, NDTV , wrote that Imran Khan was fired as Pakistan’s prime minister on Sunday after losing a no-confidence vote in parliament after weeks of political turmoil. The new prime minister will be elected on Monday, with PML-N chief Shahbaz Sharif formally nominated by the united opposition as the country’s new prime minister.