Imran Khan will remain Prime Minister for the next 15 days, according to Sheikh Rasheed, the former interior minister.
In a statement, the former minister said he met with Prime Minister Imran Khan and predicted that he would stay in office for another 15 days, adding that he was always urging people to vote.
He stated that electronic voting machines would not be used in the upcoming general elections in the country. “The opposition should be relieved that technology will not be used in the next general election,” he said.
President Arif Alvi, acting on Prime Minister Imran Khan’s advice, approved the dissolution of the National Assembly in an unexpected move.
This major political development occurred shortly after NA Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri refused to vote on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, describing it as “unconstitutional.”
The Assembly has been dissolved according to official notification. Elections will take place in 90 days, according to sources.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan, on the other hand, has taken note of the country’s current political and constitutional crisis.