It appears that political chaos will continue to prevail in Pakistan until at least September 2021. The reasons for this include a number of factors. Firstly, the country has been in a state of political instability since 2018, when the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) came to power. Since then, the government has experienced a series of challenges, ranging from economic woes, rising inflation, tensions between the government and the opposition parties, and an increasing militant threat from both internal and external sources. Secondly, the 2021 general election will be held in August, and the electoral campaign has been marred by divisions within the ruling party and an increasingly hostile stance taken by the opposition parties. Finally, the ongoing pandemic has also been a factor in the political chaos, as the government has been unable to effectively contain the spread of the virus while implementing the necessary control measures. All of these factors suggest that political chaos will continue to be the norm in Pakistan for the foreseeable future.