Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has received a shock as a key ally, and the main coalition party Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM), has now struck a deal with the opposition Pakistan People's Party(PPP).
PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has tweeted, saying that "the united opposition and MQM have successfully reached an agreement. Rabta committee MQM and PPP CEC will rectify the said government. We will then share details with the media in a press conference tomorrow; congratulations Pakistan."
Due to the current situation, PTI has lost the majority in the lower house of the parliament; this is a late-night development ahead of the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan on March 31.
The joint opposition has 177 members of the national assembly as MQM has decided to part with the Imran Khan-led government that has left with 164 MNAs.
While PM Imran Khan said during his rally, "attempts are being made through foreign money to change the government in Pakistan. Our people are being used. Mostly, inadvertently, but some people are using money against us. We know from what places attempts are being made to pressure us. We have been threatened in writing, but we will not compromise on national interest." He is also going to address the nation shortly.
The fate of Imran Khan's government will be decided tomorrow.