In a power dynamics on Saturday, PM Imran Khan obtained 178 votes, six more than required from the National Assembly.
Moreover, the following session held after the Prime Minister voluntarily sought a trust vote leading an upset in Senate elections. Therefore after his win in a far-flung speech, the pm said “no one can stop Pakistan’s progress”.
He also added the electoral reforms, stating “We are doing things; we are fully engaged with overseas Pakistanis so they can cast votes, and secondly, we are bringing electronic machines.”
Therefore, He also added, “We are bringing this system so that the one who loses, accepts defeat.”
Furthermore, Premier needed 172 votes to achieve the confidence vote. Announcing the result, NA Speaker Asad Qaiser said Prime Minister Imran elected to the post with 176 votes eight years ago. “Today, he has secured 178 votes,” he said.
Alternatively, 155 PTI lawmakers voted in favour of the premier, as followed by the breakdown. Besides, seven lawmakers from the MQM-P, five each from the Balochistan Awami Party and the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid, three from Grand Democratic Alliance and one each from the Awami Muslim League and the Jamhoori Watan Party cast their votes supporting the prime minister.
Independent candidate Aslam Bhotani also reposed confidence in the premier through his vote.