Politics & Current Affairs

Parkistan’s Prime Minister expelled from position

On Sunday, Parkistan’s prime minister Imran Khan was removed from position after losing vote of confidence in parliament.

Khan, 62, was removed after playing the role of leadership of nuclear-armed country of 220 million, for 3 and a half years.

This came as a result of a group of coalition partners who blamed him for the collapsing of the economy and not being able to stand on his words in fulfilling his promises.

Today, a new Prime Minister will be elected by the parliament.

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