Will the opposition be able to send the government home this time?

The tumultuous political meetings in Lahore and the contacts with the opposition government allies have created a stir in the country's politics and it seems that a decisive political battle has started between the government and the opposition.

The tumultuous political meetings in Lahore and the contacts with the opposition government allies have created a stir in the country's politics and it seems that a decisive political battle has started between the government and the opposition. The main meeting of the PML-N Central Executive Committee in Lahore on Monday agreed on all measures for the overthrow of the present government. Has given On Monday in Lahore, Asif Ali Zardari, co-chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party, the second largest opposition party, and former president Asif Ali Zardari met the leaders of the PML-Q, a coalition party of the PTI government, over dinner. The meeting is taking place two days after the PPP leadership met the PML-N leadership. PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal also announced in a press conference that a delegation of MQM, another ally of the government, would also meet PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif. It is as if the drumbeat has sounded and the political battle wants to enter a decisive phase. Agreement on no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister and the Speaker Talking to Urdu News in this regard, senior journalist and analyst Sohail Warraich said that the opposition has finally become serious about the no-confidence motion. The opposition believes that if the no-confidence motion succeeds, the government will fall and if it does not succeed, it will create a good political atmosphere against the government for the next election. To a question, Sohail Warraich said that the chances of success and failure of the opposition in the no-confidence motion are fifty-fifty. According to him, it is not easy to win the no-confidence motion against the government. Earlier, a serious attempt was made to remove the government through a no-confidence motion three decades ago during Benazir Bhutto's tenure as Prime Minister, but it was not successful. Are coalition parties a weakness of the government? According to Professor Rasool Bakhsh Raees, an expert on political affairs, the government is in a weak position due to the coalition parties. If the PML-Q and MQM join the opposition, the government will fail to retain a majority in parliament and new elections will have to be held. He said it was difficult to say that the coalition parties would support the government as they had no ideological affiliation with the PTI. "It's a game of power and the crocodiles have to do their politics so they can leave the government." He said that if the opposition brought a no-confidence motion against the government, in case of success, they would have to provide an alternative government under the constitution. After the no-confidence motion, the ball will be in the court of the President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi, and the President will invite the second largest political party, the PML-N, to form the government. Parliament can suggest dissolution, after which new elections will have to be held. According to political analyst Mazhar Abbas, the announcement of meetings by the government has made this year an election year. "Elections do not have to be this year, but this year the election atmosphere has definitely changed and the political heat will definitely increase." "From Imran Khan's announcement of meetings, it seems that things are going badly for the government because the government never does that or creates such an atmosphere a year and a half before the expiration of its term." According to Mazhar Abbas, the opposition wants to create problems for the government and make the political atmosphere turbulent, but the government does not want that. It wants investment to come and the environment to be better. "The government usually focuses on performance in the last one and a half years so that the vote bank can be strengthened before the elections," he said. According to Mazhar Abbas, the government's decision was not wise. It should have increased contacts with allies instead of holding meetings. He said that the ruling coalition would support the opposition in the no-confidence motion only if they were convinced that the opposition would succeed.

The main meeting of the PML-N Central Executive Committee in Lahore on Monday agreed on all measures for the overthrow of the present government. Has given

On Monday in Lahore, Asif Ali Zardari, co-chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party, the second largest opposition party, and former president Asif Ali Zardari met the leaders of the PML-Q, a coalition party of the PTI government, over dinner.

The meeting is taking place two days after the PPP leadership met the PML-N leadership. PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal also announced in a press conference that a delegation of MQM, another ally of the government, would also meet PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif. It is as if the drumbeat has sounded and the political battle wants to enter a decisive phase.

Agreement on no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister and the Speaker

Talking to Urdu News in this regard, senior journalist and analyst Sohail Warraich said that the opposition has finally become serious about the no-confidence motion. The opposition believes that if the no-confidence motion succeeds, the government will fall and if it does not succeed, it will create a good political atmosphere against the government for the next election.

To a question, Sohail Warraich said that the chances of success and failure of the opposition in the no-confidence motion are fifty-fifty. According to him, it is not easy to win the no-confidence motion against the government. Earlier, a serious attempt was made to remove the government through a no-confidence motion three decades ago during Benazir Bhutto's tenure as Prime Minister, but it was not successful.

Are coalition parties a weakness of the government?

According to Professor Rasool Bakhsh Raees, an expert on political affairs, the government is in a weak position due to the coalition parties. If the PML-Q and MQM join the opposition, the government will fail to retain a majority in parliament and new elections will have to be held. He said it was difficult to say that the coalition parties would support the government as they had no ideological affiliation with the PTI.

"It's a game of power and the crocodiles have to do their politics so they can leave the government."

He said that if the opposition brought a no-confidence motion against the government, in case of success, they would have to provide an alternative government under the constitution. After the no-confidence motion, the ball will be in the court of the President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi, and the President will invite the second largest political party, the PML-N, to form the government. Parliament can suggest dissolution, after which new elections will have to be held.

According to political analyst Mazhar Abbas, the announcement of meetings by the government has made this year an election year. "Elections do not have to be this year, but this year the election atmosphere has definitely changed and the political heat will definitely increase."

"From Imran Khan's announcement of meetings, it seems that things are going badly for the government because the government never does that or creates such an atmosphere a year and a half before the expiration of its term."

According to Mazhar Abbas, the opposition wants to create problems for the government and make the political atmosphere turbulent, but the government does not want that. It wants investment to come and the environment to be better.

"The government usually focuses on performance in the last one and a half years so that the vote bank can be strengthened before the elections," he said.

According to Mazhar Abbas, the government's decision was not wise. It should have increased contacts with allies instead of holding meetings. He said that the ruling coalition would support the opposition in the no-confidence motion only if they were convinced that the opposition would succeed.

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