Voting is likely to be held on April 3 or 4 on the no-confidence motion against Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran on March 28. The captain is organising a rally in Islamabad on Sunday, just a day before the no-confidence motion. Through this event, the captain is trying to create an atmosphere in his favour, but the opposition has equally mobilised in Islamabad.
The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has alleged that there have been attempts to stir up an internal rebellion by rivals after a no-confidence motion was submitted against Imran Khan on March 8. The party has been trying hard to garner support for the power show - "Jalsa" - on Sunday evening in Islamabad.
Nearly 100 members of the 342-member National Assembly have submitted a no-confidence motion against Imran Khan over, what they allege, a mounting economic crisis in the country.