PTI will Formally Nominate Imran Khan as PM today

Imran Khan to invite 1992 World Cup-winning team for his swearing-in as Pakistan PM

Imran Khan to invite 1992 World Cup-winning team for his swearing-in as Pakistan PM

All the political parties, as well as the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), are working hard to meet the deadline.

PTI nominated Imran Khan as a candidate for prime minister on Monday.

Besides these three major parties, Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal Pakistan won 13 seats, Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan six seats, Pakistan Muslim League and Balochistan Awami Party four seats each, Balochistan National Party and Grand Democratic Alliance two seats each, Awami Muslim League Pakistan, Awami National Party, Jamhoori Wattan Party and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaniat one seat each.

The PTI chairman was addressing a session of the party's parliamentary committee, where he said that his primary motive was not to just become a Member of the Parliament or prime minister. According to party spokesman, the PTI was now in a clear position to form the government in the centre as PTI's seat tally in the National Assembly currently stood at 125 after a few more independents joined the party. The party is also expected to finalise the names of Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa chief ministers.

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Imran Khan-led Pakistan had defeated England by 22 runs in the final to win the Benson & Hedges World Cup on March 25, 1992.

Sharif will have to settle or the onerous job of leader of the opposition as Khan's part has enough support to form the government.

Officials had also made a decision to meet cricketer-turned-politician and inform him about the threat level. The PPP would contest for the seat of Speaker against the nominee of PTI in the National Assembly.

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