Another Khan party led provincial assembly dissolved in Pakistan. Following Punjab, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assembly was dissolved as part of the effort by the former prime minister Imran Khan to compel early national elections.
Pakistan’s Islamabad – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s provincial assembly has been dissolved for the second time in less than a week as Imran Khan, the former prime minister, presses for early national elections. Haji Ghulam Ali, the governor of Khyber .Pakhtunkhwa, formally dissolved the provincial assembly on Wednesday by signing a letter dramacool2.
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He was responding to a request made by Mahmood. Khan, the province chief minister and a prominent figure in Khan’s Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party. Following a directive.
PTI leader Khan, who has demanded immediate elections since being oust as prime minister in. April of last year, Punjab’s legislature was dissolv on Saturday. Elections would have normally taken place in October of this year.
In Pakistan, if a province legislature is dissolv without an interim government be establish new elec must be held within three months.
The South Asian nation traditionally holds both the federal and provincial elections at the same tim. But the constitution also permits holding them at other times. Khan’s PTI is hoping that the dissolution of two of the nation’s four assemblies will compel the administration. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to call for fast national elections.
Another Khan party led his request in a letter to the governor to dissolve the assembly. Provincial chief minister Khan said in a video message on Tuesday, “We will return with a two-thirds majority not just.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa but in the entirety of Pakistan, and form a government on the basis of our performance. Musarrat Jamshed Cheema, the leader of the PTI, told Al Jazeera that the government must see beyond its “self-interests” and call for early elections.
After the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab assemblies were dissolv more than 70% of Pakistan will run in the provincial elections. Why are they hesitant to hold elections at all? In addition to hurting them politically, the delay is also negatively affecting Pakistan’s condition, she claimed.
In order to hasten the country’s general elections, the PTI chose to dissolve the assemblies, according to Saif Ali Khan, a lawyer and former adviser to Mahmood Khan. The ruling alliance continues to work against us because they oppose holding early elections. In political and legal forums, we will combat all of their strategies, he told Al Jazeera.
According to political analyst Benazir Shah of Lahore, Imran Khan is attempting to capitalise on his growing public support by pushing for early elections. Khan will have a significant edge in the upcoming general election if he can build administrations in both provinces, and Punjab in particular, she told Al Jazeera.
According to Shah, the ruling alliance has few alternatives for handling the political crisis and may be oblig o negotiate on Khan’s demands. They would have to hastily put together an election campaign, mobilise their supporters, and develop a compelling electoral story to challenge Khan in the ensuing three months.
The parties in the ruling coalition, which have lately suffer. ack-to-back electoral losses and are perceiv as working closely with the military, won’t find any of this to be simple, she said.
The ruling alliance, according to PTI’s lawyer Khan, lacks the moral authority to govern the nation. Wich is already experiencing a severe economic crisis that made worse by last year’s devastat floods.
Another Khan party led don’t wait for the bus to crash or be involv. In an accident if you’re driving and you think the other driver is inept. You make an effort to switch drivers as soon as possible. We want Pakistan to be like this, he told Al Jazeera.
We can’t wait a couple more months since that might push us past the point of no return. Who should be giv the authority to make difficult decisions? Let the public decide.