The National Assembly (NA) will gather today for a stormy session, with the agenda item of a no-confidence resolution against Prime Minister Imran Khan being on the agenda for discussion.
Security has been stepped up in Islamabad ahead of today’s session of the National Assembly (NA).
The practice is scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m., and Rangers and FC officials have been dispatched to the region.
It is important to note that the no-confidence motion is the fourth item on the six-point agenda, which should be included here.
Notably, the Supreme Court took notice of the political turbulence that had erupted when Prime Minister Imran Khan dissolved the National Assembly on Sunday, following a contentious order by the NA deputy speaker.
The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser to call a special session on Saturday (today) to allow for the vote to take place.
The Supreme Court also ruled that the session could not be adjourned until the no-trust motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan was finally resolved.
In the words of the court, “it is stated that the resolution has been pending and subsisting at all times and will continue to be pending and subsisting”.
On the other hand, Prime Minister Imran Khan delivered a speech to the country on Friday, calling for a peaceful protest against the “imported government.”
The Prime Minister urged the population, particularly the youth, to come out in support of their sovereignty and voiced his unhappiness with the Supreme Court’s decision.