In addition to Farah, other Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders have begun to travel abroad, according to Express News.
Farah left for Dubai today (Sunday), according to PTI sources, and her husband also lives in the Emirati state.
It’s worth noting that both Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, the chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party, and Maryam Nawaz, the vice-president of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, have recently accused Farah Khan of corruption.
In response to the allegations, Shehbaz Gill, a close aide to outgoing Prime Minister Imran Khan, said Maryam began to target Bushra’s friend after she couldn’t find any grounds to criticise her.
Farah, he claimed, held no public office and was not a member of the PTI.
After the president dissolved the National Assembly following a summary sent by the premier in the wake of a no-trust move against him, the Cabinet Division issued a notification de-notifying Imran Khan as Pakistan’s prime minister.
According to Express News, President Alvi directed the prime minister to continue to serve as the country’s chief executive until a caretaker prime minister is appointed under Article 94 of the Constitution.
A notification to dissolve the 52-member federal cabinet was also issued by the Cabinet Division. 25 federal ministers and four state ministers were also notified by the Cabinet Division.
Qasim Suri, the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, dismissed the joint opposition’s no-confidence motion, calling it “unconstitutional” under Article 5 of the Constitution.