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Pakistani President Dr Arif Alvi likely to resign from his office

Senate chair Sadiq Sanjrani will become interim President if Arif Alvi resigns from office.



In the aftermath of the controversial arrest of PTI Chairman Imran Khan and the ensuing violence, more than twenty influential leaders, including key members of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), have distanced themselves from the party and its leader. They have strongly criticized the ongoing aggressive crackdown, which they believe has prompted a significant exodus from the party.

The Imran Khan-led party experienced a double blow as one of his close aides, Fawad Chaudhry, distanced himself from PTI, and another prominent leader, Asad Umar, resigned from his party position.

However, Umar clarified that he has no intention of leaving PTI, which is currently struggling to recover from the aftermath of the May 9 attacks.

In the midst of this exodus, social media was filled with speculation that President Dr. Arif Alvi might step down from his position as Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s fortunes crumble like a house of cards.


Although social media users referred to informed sources for this significant development, President Alvi has not made any official statements, and no PTI leaders have provided their comments on the issue.

According to social media users, Alvi made strenuous efforts to reconcile the relationship between Imran Khan and the military, but unfortunately, his attempts proved unsuccessful. Some individuals claimed that given the current state of PTI, Alvi’s moral authority to hold the position of the country’s commander in chief has been compromised.

President Alvi has recently called for a review of Pakistan’s national priorities in order to help the country overcome its deepening socio-economic and political difficulties. He said that it is the responsibility of all institutions to focus on addressing the major challenges facing the country, including poverty, economic development, and population growth.


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