Islamabad | Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Leader Naeem-Ul-Haq on Saturday said that PTI chief Imran Khan will take oath as the new Prime Minister of Pakistan before 14 August i.e Pakistan’s Independence Day
Addressing the media, Haq said that the mainstream parties took a positive decision in the All Parties Conference, agreeing to attend the oath-administering ceremony. “Election Commission of Pakistan and President of Pakistan will summon an assembly session soon to administer the oath to the elected representatives,” he added.
Speaking about the challenges in front of the new government in Pakistan, Naeem-ul-Haq said that Pakistan is facing danger and its economy is in dire straits as well and unity is the need of the hour.
PTI spokesperson further informed the media that the final confirmation will be done in a day or two as the party is in contact with independent candidates. He said that in the centre and Punjab, the PTI will form a government, for which Imran Khan is working day and night.
In the recently concluded general elections in Pakistan on July 25, Imran Khan’s PTI has emerged the leader with 116 seats while former Prime Minister Nawaz Shariff’s PML-N got 64 seats and Bilawal Bhutto’s Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) was victorious on 43 seats.
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