Pakistan PM Khan Pressured to Quit as Party Members Desert Him – Bloomberg

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Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan vowed to fight “till the last ball” as more lawmakers from his ruling Tehreek-e-Insaf party deserted him, signaling it will be hard for him to survive a no-confidence vote expected this month.
Some Khan loyalists demanded his resignation, claiming the 70-year-old leader lost the slim parliamentary majority he enjoyed for more than three years. His government vowed to stand firm, with Information minister Fawad Chaudhry telling a news conference late Thursday that opposition leaders had bribed lawmakers to defect — a charge denied by Khan’s opponents. 


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