Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vote of confidence has contributed to boosting the government and has helped to attract investments.
This has been stated in a report by a New York-based international news agency.
The report says that the step could help Pakistan recover from the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic with the help of the International Monetary Fund’s six billion dollar loan program.
The report also said that US President Joe Biden urging allies to uphold democracy, stability in Pakistan is an advantage in the region, which is already reeling from a coup in Myanmar.
Earlier on March 6, PM Imran Khan achieved the vote of confidence in the National Assembly amid Senate election. He gained a remarkable victory with 178 votes.
Resolution for reposing confidence in the Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan @ImranKhanPTI as required under Clause (7) of Article 91 of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has been passed by the House@appcsocialmedia @PTVNewsOfficial @GovtofPakistan @demp_gov
— National Assembly of Pakistan🇵🇰 (@NAofPakistan) March 6, 2021