Last night was one of the darkest in Pakistan’s history. At the stroke of midnight, Imran Khan lost his position as prime minister following a vote of no-confidence, becoming the first prime minister in Pakistan’s history to be ousted by a parliamentary revolt.
Almost 174 legislators have voted in favor of the combined opposition’s motion of no confidence. Everyone felt the night’s misery as it spread throughout Pakistan, and the outcome shocked the country’s whole political establishment.
Imran Khan was subjected to severe treachery by his allies, who sided with opposing parties.
Members of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s family paid tribute to him in his closing moments, vowing to fight beside him “for as long as it takes.” Celebrities have also joined the cause, writing poignant messages in recognition of Khan Sahab’s reign coming to a close.
“May God preserves Pakistan and its faithful citizens from darkness and the forces of evil that are going to consume it once more,” actor Armeena Khan tweeted. Ameen.”
She couldn’t contain her feelings and couldn’t sleep, so she added to her Insta Stories, “Dil Thora toot sa raha hai. Aesa lagta hai jese kuch qeemti si cheez kho di (My heart is hurting little, as if we’ve lost something extremely valuable).”
Samina Peerzada, a veteran performer, stated, “This is not the end; Imran Khan will comeback with increased strength and commitment.” He is not going to give up, and neither are we. We have a strong bond. “Affection for Pakistan.”
In another tweet, she expressed gratitude to Imran Khan for “reawakening the nation,” adding, “Imran Khan, humain is lambi neend say jaganay ka shukria.” Humnay is political theatre kay saray chehray jan liay hain pehchan liay hain (we have remembered and learned the faces that make up this political theatre).”
Actress Humaima Malick described it as a “sad day,” while Aiman Khan lauded Khan as a “great leader.”
Maya Ali, too, jumped on board, declaring today the “saddest and darkest day in Pakistan’s history.” “All we needed was some patience, unity, and belief,” she wrote. We have lost a jewel in the form of a genuine politician and an upright prime minister.
I congratulate Imran Khan for giving it his all and battling for Pakistan’s sovereignty till the bitter end. Many thanks, kaptan. I’m confident you’ll bounce back stronger. If you are a leader once, you are a leader forever.”
Shaan Shahdi has been a staunch supporter of Imran Khan since the beginning. Additionally, he wrote, “Imran Khan, your journey as Prime Minister was phase one.”
However, your quest to becoming a great leader has begun. Your trials will serve as your medals, and the negativity you endure will serve as your battlefield scars. This country requires your assistance. Never abandon us, never abandon Pakistan.”
“Today is a really bad day for Pakistan,” YouTube sensation Zaid Ali T said. As a nation, we have squandered our most valuable resource. I appreciate Imran Khan’s fortitude in fighting to the last end. He exemplifies the qualities of a true champion and leader. Captain, you’ve done well.”
Shahveer Jafry, another friend, noted, “Khan battled alone. I congratulate and appreciate him for making a valiant effort to rescue his country.”
“174 votes, 14 parties, five judges, and 90% of anchors,” a Junoon musician and ardent fan of Imran Khan asserted. All of this was necessary to oppose one Imran Khan, who continues to dominate the hearts of the people.”
In response to a prominent author, Khadija Shah tweeted, “If you had a conscience, you would be concerned as well.”
Rather than this adolescent tit for tat nasty declaration.” Paracha was alluding to those who “applauded and rationalized harassment of activists, journalists, and character assassination campaigns during the defunct dictatorship.”
“Aaj Imran Khan ka imtihan khatam hua or opposition ka imtihan shuru,” actor Gohar Rasheed observed.
Zara Noor Abbas stated, “He battled and fought and fought without giving up.” And it is the role of a great leader.”