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Speaker Asad Qaiser adjourned the sitting till 12:30 pm due to noise in the National Assembly.
At the beginning of the meeting, Shahbaz Sharif demanded from the Speaker that voting should be held immediately as per the order of the Supreme Court.
When the Speaker mentioned the international conspiracy against Imran Khan, the opposition benches made a fuss.
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PTI protests in Islamabad postponed
The protest rally organized by Tehreek-e-Insaf Islamabad on Saturday has been postponed till tomorrow
The protest rally will now be taken out from Zero Point to D-Chowk on Sunday at 9.30 pm
The National Assembly session has not yet resumed
Some members of parliament fell asleep in their seats
PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz has said that the country with a population of 22 crore has been without a government for several weeks. Outright violation of the Constitution and disobedience of the order of the Supreme Court will have bad consequences.

Sources in the Speaker’s Office said that Shah Mehmood Qureshi would complete his speech
The proceedings of the meeting will begin after the prayer break
Meeting of the Speaker of the Opposition with the National Assembly ended

The National Assembly session will resume after the prayer break
Talks are underway with the Speaker of the National Assembly Asad Qaiser while the meeting has not been resumed yet.
Hamza Shahbaz has filed a constitutional petition in the Lahore High Court to stop the transfer posting of IG Punjab and Chief Secretary Punjab.
The opposition delegation is meeting the Speaker.
The delegation includes Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Raja Pervez Ashraf, Naveed Qamar, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, Rana Sanaullah and Maulana Asad Mahmood.
Sergeant at Arms asked Senator Faisal Javed to leave the House.
Faisal Javed got up from the guest gallery and went to the National Assembly House.
A meeting of the National Assembly convened for a vote of no-confidence motion on the orders of the Supreme Court has been adjourned till 12:30 pm after a drunken stupor.
Talks are underway between Speaker Asad Qaiser and opposition leaders to resume the proceedings of the meeting.
Speaker Asad Qaiser adjourns National Assembly session till 12:30 pm
Noise in the House on the mention of external conspiracy by the Speaker National Assembly
Speaking at the meeting, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said, “The Leader of the Opposition has referred to the court decision.”
“I acknowledge that there is room in the constitution for a no-confidence motion,” he said.
Addressing the Speaker, Shahbaz Sharif said, “I request you to conduct the proceedings of the House subject to the decision of the Supreme Court. You really play the role of speaker. “
Speaker Asad Qaiser in reply said that I have heard you in full, I have read the entire decision of the Supreme Court and I will abide by it.
Session of the National Assembly
Addressing the meeting, Shahbaz Sharif said, “The day before yesterday was a glorious day when the Supreme Court declared the move of the Deputy Speaker unconstitutional.”
Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry has said that a meeting on voting cannot be held after seven days.
Talking to media in Parliament House, he said that the constitution has already been violated.
I see sweeping: Sheikh Rashid
Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid said, “I see brooms moving.”
Talking to the media on his arrival at the Parliament House, Sheikh Rashid said that the Election Commission should take immediate action.
Meeting of the parliamentary party of the opposition parties ended
The meeting chaired by Shahbaz Sharif decided on the strategy for the National Assembly session
Ready for any outcome: Shah Mehmood Qureshi
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that “we are ready for any outcome.”
Talking to reporters on his arrival at Parliament House, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said, “I have been given the responsibility. I will present Imran Khan’s position in the Assembly.”
“I will present my position within the framework of the constitution and respecting the judiciary,” he said.
When asked if voting would take place today, Shah Mehmood said it depended on the atmosphere in the assembly.
The Foreign Minister said that the decision regarding the briefing of the Foreign Secretary would be taken in the Assembly session.
When asked about the Prime Minister’s participation in the National Assembly, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said, “Wait a minute.”
The opposition parliamentary party met before the no-confidence vote.
The meeting chaired by Shahbaz Sharif decided on the strategy for the National Assembly session.
According to media reports, 176 members of the opposition attended the meeting.
The National Assembly will convene shortly to vote on a no-confidence motion.
Members of the National Assembly have started arriving to attend the meeting.
PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif, Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, former President Asif Ali Zardari and other political leaders have reached Parliament.What is happening is better than ever: Asif Ali Zardari
Former President Asif Ali Zardari has said that what is happening is better than before.
Talking to media in Parliament House, he said that it is better than nothing.
No one is above the constitution, no matter who Ladla is: Reham Khan
Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ex-wife Reham Khan says that Imran Khan’s future is very dark.
Talking to the media in the Parliament House, he said, “No matter who Ladla is, no one is above the constitution and law.”
Meeting of Parliamentary Leaders of Opposition Parties chaired by Shahbaz Sharif
Leaders of the united opposition will finalize the strategy for today’s meeting.
US once again denies Imran Khan’s allegations
The United States has denied the allegations, saying “there is no truth in them.”
The State Department has once again denied allegations by Prime Minister Imran Khan that the United States was encouraging a no-confidence motion against him.
Deputy State Department spokeswoman Jelena Porter was asked in a press briefing on Friday that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan had accused the United States of encouraging a no-confidence motion against him. What will she comment on?
To which he replied that I bluntly said, “There is absolutely no truth in these allegations.
Red zone cell, heavy contingent of security personnel deployed
Security is tight in Islamabad in view of the special session of the National Assembly.
According to Islamabad police, all roads leading to the red zone have been sealed off and no unauthorized persons will be allowed to enter the red zone. Heavy contingents of police, Rangers and FC personnel have been deployed.
Due to the law and order situation, only Margalla Road and Serena Chowk will be allowed to enter and exit the red zone.
Only one lane will be open and concerned persons will be allowed to enter.
Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said in a message that if the government today tried to sabotage the democratic and constitutional process of the no-confidence motion, it would be a second violation of the constitution.
Lieutenant General (retd) Tariq Khan has refused to head a commission announced by the government to investigate the alleged international conspiracy behind the no-confidence motion.
On Friday, Lt. Gen. (retd) Tariq Khan’s refusal to head the commission came just hours after Federal Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry announced that he
The federal cabinet has set up a commission headed by Lt. Gen. (retd) Tariq Khan to look into the global conspiracy.
Retired General Tariq Khan refuses to head the commission
Maran Niazi has proved to be a liar on the issue of the letter: Shahbaz Sharif
PML-N President and Leader of the Opposition Shahbaz Sharif has said that Imran Niazi should not lie and show the letter to the nation.
In response to Imran Khan’s address, he said that Imran Niazi had announced in advance the success of yesterday’s no-confidence motion today.
He said that Imran Niazi has proved to be a liar on the issue of letters, people should not be considered sheep and goats.
The Supreme Court, after looking at all the evidence, declared the Deputy Speaker’s rolling unconstitutional.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has announced to hold a rally to show solidarity with Imran Khan.
The rally will begin at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday night over the Zero Point Bridge and end at De Chowk.
We will not accept the government brought from outside: Imran Khan
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he is disappointed with the decision of the Supreme Court but accepts it.
Addressing the nation on Friday night, the Prime Minister said, “I regret the decision of the court because the rolling of the Deputy Speaker was not observed as it contained very serious allegations.” This is a big conspiracy and a big issue but it has not been discussed in court.
Imran Khan said, “They will not accept the government brought in from outside and will go out among their people.”
“I am ready for the struggle. Everybody has to go out after Isha on Sunday and protest like a living nation. We have to protest peacefully and not break up. We have to go against the government brought in from outside.
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According to the decision of the Supreme Court, voting on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan will take place today.
In this regard, the National Assembly Secretariat had also issued an agenda yesterday.
The meeting will start at 10:30 am while the new Leader of the House will be elected tomorrow.
Opposition parties have also filed a no-confidence motion against the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly.
PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz Sharif will also attend the National Assembly session today.

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