All the opposition parties in Pakistan are bent on Imran Khan in the run-up to the Gilgit-Baltistan elections.

Bangla Hunt Desk: Opposition to Pakistan's decision to hold elections in Gilgit-Baltistan has begun. Imran Khan said that if elections are held in Gilgit-Baltistan, the people there will get constitutional rights. However, Pakistan's opposition parties are reluctant to accept Imran Khan's theory, and they have united to oppose the election.

Pakistan's opposition PML-N, the Muslim Conference, the People's Party of Pakistan, the Jamaat-e-Islami, the Azad Kashmir People's Party and other political parties have made it clear that holding elections in Gilgit-Baltistan will have consequences.

Opposition parties have said that calling the two territories the edge of Pakistan would be a disastrous decision for the disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir. Let it be known that the Imran Khan government needs two-thirds of the seats to prove its majority. Pakistani Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and ISI chief Lieutenant Faiz Hamid met with 15 opposition leaders last month on the issue.

The two officials have called on the opposition to support Imran Khan's decision, even though the opposition PLL-Nawaz has ordered two of its members not to meet with members of the army. On the other hand, Sukat Ali Kashmir, president of the People's National Party of Geneva Kashmir, Switzerland, said that China was pressuring the Pakistani military to do so.