How many people are happy and how many are angry with the departure of Imran government?
When former Prime Minister Imran Khan was removed from the no-confidence motion, the people split into two camps.
Gallup Pakistan has released a new poll based on public opinion in which some people were happy and some were angry when Imran Khan was removed from power.
According to the survey, 57% of people were happy while 43% were angry.
Of those who were happy, 71% cited rising inflation and poverty as the main reasons for the government’s departure.
According to the survey, 13% of those who were angry were angry because Imran Khan was not allowed to complete five years.
The sentiments found on streets indicate that this gallop survey does not convey the real pictures. Imran is widely popular among young people of this country. He is popular across Pakistan, while PMLQ is only popular in Punjab.
The poor of this country experienced how he helped them during the pandemic. He established panagahs for the poor of this country. These centers provided food and shelter to the poor.
His housing scheme was a success. I personally middle class young men taking applying for housing schemes initiated by Imran Khan.
It is a different story that he could keep his relations with the establishment which brought him to power. He fell out with them and which resulted in losing his government.