The present study investigates the political instability in Pakistan during the period spanning from 2018 to the present, with a specific emphasis on the governance of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) political party. This study examines political instability by analyzing key indicators such as protests and opposition movements, major political scandals, and changes in relations with the military. The results underscore the frequency of demonstrations spearheaded by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), which call for the resignation of Prime Minister Imran Khan and allege the government's mishandling of the economy. Furthermore, the article examines the developing correlation between the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the military, highlighting tensions arising from divergent stances on international relations and fiscal administration matters. The present study discusses the implications of the findings with respect to socio-economic circumstances, foreign relations, and internal security within the context of Pakistan. The abstract concludes by emphasizing the necessity for Pakistan to implement efficient policies that tackle the fundamental reasons behind political instability, resulting in a more stable and prosperous future.
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