Will the Shahbaz government fall? Imran's move causes political uproar in Pakistan


A new government has been formed in Pakistan this month. Shehbaz Sharif of Pakistan Muslim League (M) took over as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Not even a month has passed since the government was formed, but the atmosphere in the markets is becoming so heated that the government may fall soon. Imran Khan, head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and former Prime Minister, appears to be very confident about the fall of the government in Pakistan. Apart from this, he has also talked about his release from jail.

Recently Imran Khan said that the current government of Pakistan will not remain in power for more than four or five months. He also said that he would soon come out of Adiala's jail after the fall of the present government. Speaking to reporters after the hearing of the Euro 190 million corruption case in Adiala jail, Khan claimed that the decision in his case had already been made. Also, this action was described as a mere formality.

Imran Khan said that the case pending against him is completely baseless. Also, on the corruption case against him, he said that there was no loss to the government treasury. He said that the present government will make the conditions of Pakistan from bad to worse. Expressing regret over this government, he feared that terrorism would increase in the country.

On the other hand, it is well-known how severe the economic crisis is in Pakistan. The country's economy is at its lowest level. Pakistan has so much debt that the country is taking more loans from the IMF to repay it. A large population of the country is also suffering from hunger. In such a situation, it may prove to be a big challenge for the Shahbaz government to bring the country back on track.

The question that remains in everyone's mind is how Shahbaz will bring Pakistan, which is already in debt, back on track. Imran Khan has claimed that Shehbaz Sharif may soon have to face a trust vote.