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Wednesday 30th November 2022 / 5 Rabiulakhir 1444

PM loses numerical majority after secession of MQM

He said democrats should go to the people for winning their support. Source: FILE. 

He said democrats should go to the people for winning their support. Source: FILE. 

ISLAMABAD: The government has lost its numerical majority in the National Assembly after the split of the coalition party Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan. 

BAP, PML-Q, GDA, BNP Mengal, JWP, MQM, and some independents formed the ruling party PTI which emerged as the largest party in the National Assembly. 

According to the announcements of the parties joining the opposition alliance, the current position shows that the opposition alliance now has the support of 176 members in the National Assembly without the angry members of PTI.

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The no-confidence motion in the National Assembly requires 172 votes to succeed. Following is the party’s position in the National Assembly now:

Opposition coalition: 176 votes

Muslim League-N: 84

PPP: 56

JUI: 14

MQM: 7

BAP: 4

Others: 11

Government coalition: 164 votes

PTI: 155

Muslim League Q: 4

GDA: 3

BAP: 1

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