Imran Khan vacated the Prime Minister’s official residence minutes earlier than he misplaced an important no-confidence vote within the National Assembly, a senior chief from his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf occasion stated on April 10.
After Speaker Asad Qaiser handed over the reins to Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s Ayaz Sadiq of the National Assembly, it turned clear that the vote on the no-confidence movement would go forward within the Lower House.
The Opposition’s no-trust movement towards Mr. Khan succeeded an hour previous midnight on Saturday, with 174 members within the 342-strong House voting in favour of the movement.
It meant that the 69-year-old cricketer-turned-politician must depart the Prime Minister’s Office.
PTI’s Senator Faisal Javed Khan tweeted that he noticed off Mr. Khan from his official state residence.
“Just saw off Prime Minister Imran Khan from Prime Minister House. He walked out gracefully and didn’t bow down. He has lifted the entire Nation,” tweeted Mr. Faisal.
Mr. Khan has left the PM Office for his residence in Banigala, The Express Tribune newspaper reported.