I will not resign Imran Khan will surprise the opposition

I will not resign, Imran Khan will surprise the opposition

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is under pressure. Pakistan’s parliament will begin a no-confidence motion on Friday against Imran’s government. Before the no-confidence vote on Wednesday, Imran said he would not resign under any circumstances. He also said that he would surprise the opposition. News on Geo TV.

The Pakistani prime minister told reporters in Islamabad on Wednesday. Addressing the opposition, Imran Khan said, “Opposition parties have played all the cards in their hands. But the motion of no confidence against me will not succeed. My trump card is, I haven’t put any of my cards on the table yet.

Imran added, “Whatever the situation, I will not resign. I will play till the last ball. I will surprise them one day before (the no-confidence vote). ‘

Speaker Asad Kaiser has convened an important session of parliament on Friday, March 25 to move a no-confidence motion against Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan. According to the rules of the country’s parliament, the National Assembly, the vote must be held within seven days, three days after the start of the session.
The two main opposition parties in Pakistan, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), have joined the opposition in a no-confidence motion against Imran. Imran Khan criticized the PML-N and PPP leaders for taking refuge in the politics of ‘corruption’.

Imran Khan has said that he will not compromise with corruption under any circumstances. The Prime Minister of Pakistan further said, “No one should be under the false impression that I will stay at home. I will not resign, and why বা or I will resign. Am I going to resign because of the pressure from the thieves? ‘

Imran Khan said, “Even if my government is ousted, I will not compromise with my policy. I will not be able to betray the people and Allah. ‘

Reuters says the no-confidence motion is being seen as the toughest test for Imran Khan since he came to power in 2016. The no-confidence motion against Imran Khan by the opposition alliance has again created a risk of political instability in the South Asian country.