The Pakistan opposition parties Pakistan Muslim League (N), Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) on Sunday alleged that the Government of Pakistan has violated the constitution of country after Pakistan National Assembly rejected the no confidence motion against Imran Khan Administration.
“Government has violated constitution. Did not allow voting on no confidence motion,” opposition parties said.
They said that the united opposition is not leaving parliament.
“Our lawyers are on their way to Supreme Court. We call on ALL institutions to protect, uphold, defend & implement the constitution of Pakistan,” the opposition said.
Earlier, the Pakistan National Assembly on Sunday rejected the no confidence motion against Imran Khan Administration amid ruckus in the national assembly.
Soon after the no-confidence vote was rejected, the Prime Minister Imran Khan in a live televised address to Pakistan called for fresh election.
The former international cricketer’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party effectively lost majority in the 342-member assembly last week when a coalition partner said its seven lawmakers would vote with the opposition.
No Pakistan Prime Minister has ever completed a full term.