After a series of adjournments, the no-confidence motion was put to a vote in the Pakistani parliament at 11:50 pm local time on Saturday.
There were 164 votes against Imran.
162 votes were required to pass the resolution.
After the vote, panel speaker Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) leader Ayaz Sadiq announced the results.
Just minutes before the polls began, Pakistan’s Speaker Asad Kaiser and Deputy Speaker Qasim Khan Suri resigned, according to Dawn’s Geo News.
Ahead of his resignation, Assad said he would not take part in “foreign conspiracies” to oust the prime minister.