Islamabad: The opposition parties, who jointly unseated Imran Khan as prime minister of Pakistan in a midnight no-confidence vote, jointly nominated Shehbaz Sharif of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz as the new PM, said a report by Pakistan's ARY News.
Islamabad: After losing the no-confidence vote in parliament and being removed as the prime minister of Pakistan last night, Imran Khan will chair a meeting of his party's core committee on Sunday to lay a roadmap for his party's future strategy, Geo TV reported.
Islamabad: Imran Khan had vacated his official residence minutes before he lost no-confidence motion in Pakistan's National Assembly, media reports said.
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan lost in the no-confidence vote as 174 members voted against him in the 342-member National Assembly. With this, he became the country's first PM to be removed through the no-confidence vote.
Islamabad: Imran Khan defeated in no-trust motion with 174 members voting against him in Pakistan's National Assembly.
Islamabad: Voting for no-trust motion against the Imran Khan government has started in Pakistan's National Assembly, media reports said.
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is trying every trick to avert the no-confidence motion to unseat his government even as the opposition is tightening its stranglehold blocking all possibilities of his escape.
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has called a meeting of his Cabinet at 8 pm even though he is expected to lose the no-confidence motion in the parliament which is likely to be conducted later in the evening, media reports said.
Islamabad/UNI: Attorney General for Pakistan (AGP) Khalid Jawed Khan has voiced his opinion regarding the current political crisis in the country.
Islamabad: Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) Chairman and Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Islam (JUIF) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman slammed Imran Khan and said the Pakistan PM even surpassed the military dictators to wrap up the democratic system in the country.
Washington/UNI: The White House on Thursday strongly denied the accusations of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan that foreign agencies are behind the attempts to destabilize his government.