Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Pakistan’s main religiopolitical party, has said it is not in favor of removing Prime Minister Imran Khan through a no-confidence vote in parliament.

In an exclusive interview with Anadolu Agency, the party chief Sirajul Haq said his party does not support the idea of ‘in-house’ change and demands fresh elections to lead the country out of the crises it faces today.

“We do not support the idea of in-house change and will resist any such move against the government,” Haq said.

“Our demand is for fresh free and fair elections; the people must be given the

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