Imran Khan to take oath as Pakistan PM on August 14, says PTI spokesperson

Imran Khan to take oath as Pakistan PM on August 14, says PTI spokesperson
Imran Khan to take oath as Pakistan PM on August 14, says PTI spokesperson

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has emerged victorious in Wednesday’s polls by successful 116 of the 270 Nationwide Meeting seats.

The Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan would take oath because the nation’s premier on August 14, the Independence Day, a celebration spokesperson stated on Saturday.

“Our occasion has emerged with the lion’s share of seats throughout the Nationwide Meeting and we’ll now variety the federal authorities as properly,” Naeemul Haq informed the media in Islamabad.

“We’re capable of work in direction of the betterment of the nation,” the PTI chief stated. “He [Imran] works day and night time to safe the rights of each citizen,” he added.

The PTI spokesman stated that he hopes the president will identify an assembly session and Imran Khan will take oath as premier earlier than Independence day. “We’re receiving messages from world wide, individuals wish to see Imran Khan as premier so he can implement his master-plan,” stated Haq.

“These which might be crying foul over outcomes of the polls have been rejected by the individuals of Pakistan,” the PTI chief stated whereas hitting at Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman of Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA).

“We’ve decide on the way to variety the Punjab authorities and can give the individuals excellent news in a couple of days,” he additional stated.

“We’re nonetheless trying into candidates for the Punjab chief minister,” Haq stated.

Speaking about negotiations with different occasions, he dominated out any contact with the Pakistan People’s Celebration (PPP) or former inside minister Chaudhry Nisar.

In keeping with unofficial outcomes introduced by the Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) on Saturday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has emerged victorious in Wednesday’s polls by successful 116 of the 270 Nationwide Meeting seats. In the meantime, the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Individuals’s Celebration (PPP) have bagged 64 and 43 seats respectively.

A minimum of 12,570 candidates contested for 577 provincial and 272 nationwide assemblies in Wednesday’s polls. Aside from the impartial candidates, there are as many as 106 political events whose candidates confronted off others of their respective constituencies.

 

 

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