RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The government of Pakistan is facing severe backlash after the dramatic ouster of Prime Minister Imran Khan Niazi, Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). After this event, the country has gone into socio-economic challenges. High Rise Inflation has raised a lot of questions.
The people of Pakistan have started believing the United States of America supported the No-Confidence Movement to remove the Prime Minister, Imran Khan Niazi.
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The joint campaign of Political Parties, especially the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), and Jamiat-Ulema Islam (JUI), successfully passed and approved the No-Confidence movement.
Targeted party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Chairman and his Senior members put up a case of involvement of the USA Foreign Minister Donald Lu who affirmed to other parties for support against Niazi’s Government. “The USA doesn’t like the policies of the current Government and ready to support No-Confidence”, Statement of FM Donald Lu (as per PTI Senior Members).
This direct involvement of the USA in the political affairs of Pakistan has made the situation very critical. The question of State Sovereignty is getting the attention of every individual in the country.
This incident shows the Super Powers are manipulating the other states. The ongoing Russia-Ukraine war is directly linked to such policies of Internationally leading states. Their negative diplomacy is resulting in more crises in the world.
Pakistan is in dire need of friends and allies. The economic disaster has ignited social unrest. On 16th-June-2022, The government announced another massive increase in the price of petrol and diesel. The nation is stunned and looking for the slightest good news. But everyday things are coming up like bombing on their monthly budgets.
Currently, we are paying bills without electricity, buying household & kitchen items at high prices, and rising petroleum prices are downgrading business activities. The worst part is the prevailing unemployment situation. Businesses are downsizing.
Either the Public will wake up in this crisis or give up!