Imran Khan Says He 'Won't Resign As Pakistan's PM, Will Fight Till Last Ball' As No Confidence Vote To Be Held On Sunday

WORLD Team Latestly|

 On March 31, Imran Khan, Pakistan Prime Minister, refused to resign. The Pak PM, who has been reduced to a minority in the assembly, alleged that there is a foreign conspiracy working against his government. 69-year-old Imran Khan indicated that he would fight, "till the last ball.” Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Opposition leader in Pakistan, said Khan had no safe passage left and the honourable exit decision for the latter would be to resign. As reported by NDTV, if Imran Khan is not able to prove his majority in Sunday's vote, he will be the first Prime Minister in Pakistan to be ousted through a no-confidence motion. Watch the video to know more.

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