Pakistan President Arif Alvi dissolved the National Assembly on Prime Minister Imran Khan’s suggestion.
After a no-confidence vote against the PTI government was rejected in the National Assembly on Sunday, 3 April, Pakistan President Arif Alvi dissolved the National Assembly on Prime Minister Imran Khan’s suggestion.
PM Khan also requested new elections, when the National Assembly Speaker rejected a no-confidence motion citing a security threat.
The Assembly’s proceedings had begun earlier in order to vote on PM Khan’s political survival. PM Khan, on the other hand, was not there when the meeting began.
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After the deputy speaker rejected a motion to oust the PTI government, Imran Khan recommended that President Arif Alvi dissolve parliament. Responding to his suggestion, the president has dissolved the assembly.