Pakistan PM Imran Khan wins vote of confidence
Imran Khan won 178 votes from the member of the parliament.
Pakistan's prime minister Imran Khan won the vote of confidence from parliament on Saturday, March 6.
Khan, who needed at least 172 votes to prove confidence of the 341 members' seats, won 178 votes from the member of the parliament.
Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), an alliance of the opposition parties led by Maulana Fazalur Rehman, boycotted the vote of confidence.
Corruption in Senate elections has given a new spirit to public. In an unprecedented move, public mobilises all on its own, without a formal call by the party or PM Khan himself. All of this is because Pakistan is very angry over corruption. Time's up PDM! #____ pic.twitter.com/vnQ0zSMxKK- PTI (@PTIofficial) March 6, 2021
Khan decided to take the vote of confidence after his party's prime candidate Hafeez Sheikh lost to former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani during Senate elections last week.
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