Debate of Distrust of Imran Khan


May 28, 2022

On March 8, 2022, opposition representatives in Pakistan submitted a motion of no-confidence debate against Prime Minister Imran Khan to the Pakistan National Legislative Assembly. The opposition party, allied under the name Pakistan Democracy Movement (PDM), seeks a way to remove Khan from office. He accused Khan of failing to run the bureaucracy, hunting down opposing politicians. and failed to manage the economy and foreign policy Khan accused the US of being behind it. "Foreign lies" in order to oust him and change the regime. He stated that he had written evidence of the claim. While the United States has denied all allegations, the decision to send a no-confidence motion was held at an opposition party meeting. Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif told media that the move was the result of the government's failure to manage economic and social indicators during Khan's four years in office. The government countered, saying the opposition was backed by foreign countries. and received a confidential document through the embassy dated March 7, 2022, which identified a "threat" by the United States and wished to see Khan step down from the government. There was also an exchange that the United States would "forgive" if the no-confidence debate was successful. It was also blamed on the US's dissatisfaction with foreign policy and Khan's visit to Russia on April 3, 2022. The no-confidence debate motion was unanimously rejected by Gazim Khan Souri, deputy chairman of the House of Commons. nation claiming that this motion is "Foreign Intervention" Khan Sao