Imran Khan took oath as Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Islamabad, Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan took oath as Pakistan’s 22nd Prime Minister on Saturday. In the dark colonr of Sherwani, Tehreek-e-Insaf’s party chief took oath in Urdu. Several former and current Pakistani players also joined the Congress leader and former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu in the oath taking ceremony of Imran. In Islamabad, the former Pakistan captain sworn in a simple ceremony. In the strength test conducted on Friday, the National Assembly elected him as the 22nd Prime Minister of the country with 176 votes.
The third wife, who reached the in swearing ceremony
A large number of Army officers arrived in Imran’s swearing. His third wife, Bushra alias Pinki Peer, also reached the ceremony. Bushra was in the curtain dresses and was seen continuously flogging. He also talked to some women present in the ceremony. Army chief Kamar Javed Bajwa met the Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu at the function and also talked for a long time.
Imran’s party emerged as the largest party in the elections held on July 25. On Friday, when Speaker Asad Kaiser announced the victory of Imran, members of PML-N, who were present there, were also shouting ‘No sanction’. Although, at last, Imran Khan, the star of Pakistani cricket, took the oath as the new Prime Minister of the country.
On becoming Imran Khan’s PM, former cricketer Sidhu said, “Imran Khan is expecting every citizen of Pakistan. Not just Pakistan but people of India are also looking at it as a positive initiative. We expect Captain Sahib, who will receive Pakistan’s World Cup, will also play a successful innings as the Prime Minister. ”
Explain that on the victory of Imran Khan some political analysts have expressed concern and have said that they win because of the support of the army. Imran has also been accused of maintaining a soft attitude towards the Taliban, a terrorist organization in the east. After winning the election, Khan had said that he favors good relationships with India. However, he told China that he was a close friend to cooperate with Pakistan in difficult times.
Imran reached the Pakistan parliament after winning the election in 2013. In the year 1996, he formed his party. Initially, he had told the formation of a political party to fight against justice and corruption. In the elections of 2018, he gave a slogan to New Pakistan and targeted former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on corruption. In 2007, Imran Khan was identified as the main opposition party.