Imran Khan has vacated the Prime Minister's official residence minutes before he lost a crucial no-confidence vote in the National Assembly.
Imran Khan failed to pass his toughest political test since assuming office in 2018 due to defections in his party and cracks in the ruling coalition.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan became the first premier in the country's history to be removed through a no-confidence motion.
On the basis of a threat letter and the alleged conspiracy plot, National Assembly Deputy Speaker had dismissed the Opposition's no-confidence motion against PM Khan on April 3.
Imran Khan faces the possibility of being the first Prime Minister in Pakistan's history to be voted out in a no-confidence motion.
The Islamabad High Court issued a four-page verdict to strike down the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Amendment Ordinance, 2022, which was criticised for criminalising defamation.
Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry said. that the decision to constitute the commission was taken in the cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Khan.
Pakistan: Removal of President, Nawaz Sharif's return high on agenda as Oppn gears up for potential regime change
In 2017, Sharif was removed from office by the Supreme Court following revelations from the Panama Papers case.
In a unanimous verdict, the five-member bench also declared dissolution of the Parliament as unconstitutional.
Pakistan's opposition parties have approached the Supreme Court challenging the deputy speaker's decision to dismiss the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan.
Khan has accused the Opposition of colluding with foreign powers and said he was the target of a US-led conspiracy to remove him through a no-confidence vote in the National Assembly.
Imran Khan blasted the Opposition parties for looking towards the Supreme Court for relief instead of preparing for elections.
Imran Khan, in his Q&A session, said he wanted to tell his nation to never become slaves to any country just because of being under debt.
Unpredictability marks most political developments in Islamabad, but a constitutional crisis of the current proportion has not been witnessed for some time.
The Dawn newspaper said in a stinging editorial titled 'Democracy subverted', that the 'The nation is stunned', The Express Tribune's editorial noted that the spirit of democracy wasn't played well.
The announcement comes after President Arif Alvi sent letters to Prime Minister Khan and Leader of the Opposition Shehbaz Sharif on Monday seeking suggestions for the appointment of a caretaker PM.
Imran Khan was de-notified as the PM of Pakistan, in wake of the dissolution of the National Assembly by the President.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan pokes fun at Opposition leaders; says they're still unable to understand what happened
Pakistan PM Imran Khan poked fun at the Opposition leaders after successfully evading a no-confidence motion against him in the National Assembly.
Pakistan Supreme Court bars state institutions from taking any 'unconstitutional' steps after dissolution of National Assembly
Pakistan Peoples Party filed a petition asking the court to declare the ruling of the deputy speaker as unconstitutional along with the dissolution of the Parliament.
Maryam, daughter and heir of former three-time premier Nawaz Sharif, castigated incumbent prime minister Khan for using the religious card to save his tottering throne.