Dr. Gautam Sen & Dr. Ajay Chrungoo Live with Madhu Kishwar
Imran Khan has been ousted as Pakistan's prime minister after losing a no-confidence vote in parliament shortly after midnight on April 10, ending his nearly four years in office. The country's Supreme Court ruled in favour of opposition parties and said that Mr Khan had acted unconstitutionally.
It's widely acknowledged he came to power with the help of Pakistan's powerful army and intelligence services. But, the now visible cracks between the military and Imran Khan's government emboldened the opposition. Khan also claimed that he was the subject of a “foreign conspiracy” aimed at dislodging his government.
New PM: Shehbaz Sharif: Shehbaz Sharif, the younger brother of Imran’s predecessor, Nawaz Sharif, runs the main opposition party, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz. In 1990, when brother Nawaz won his first election as prime minister, Shehbaz was elected to the country’s general assembly. In 1997, he became the chief minister of Punjab. In an interview, Sharif said that good relations with the United States were critical for Pakistan for better or for worse.
Dr. Gautam Sen: Dr. Gautam Sen is President, World Association of Hindu Academicians and Co-director of the Dharmic Ideas and Policy Foundation. He taught international political economy at the London School of Economics and Political Science for over two decades.
Dr. Ajay Chrungoo: Dr. Ajay Chrungoo is Chairman of Panun Kashmir, a frontline organisation of Kashmiri Pandits. He is the Director of Health Services, J&K.
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