Imran Khan says will take oath as new Prime minister of Pakistan on August 11

On Monday, a media report stated that Imran Khan said that he will take oath as Pakistan’s Prime Minister on August 11.

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Saturday released the complete preliminary results in which Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has emerged as the largest political party in the country, winning 115 of 270 National Assembly seats.

According to a report in the Dawn, the PML-N, which completed its government’s tenure in May, has won 64 seats while the PPP is in the third place with 43.

“I have also decided about chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa which I will announce in the next 48 hours. Whatever I have decided in this regard is in the best interest of people,” Khan said while addressing PTI members of provincial assembly in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.He said alleviation of poverty from interior Sindh will be among top priorities of his government.

Earlier, Imran Khan, the Prime Minister elect of Pakistan during his first public address after the elections has said that he has envisioned a ‘Medina-like Islamic Welfare State which will be sympathetic towards the weaker sections of the society.Khan, who is the chief of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf, which has emerged as the single largest party of Pakistan, Khan shared his vision for the country and pledged to safeguard the interests of ordinary citizens.

“I want to share with you the kind of Pakistan I envision — the type of state that was established in Medina, where widows and the poor were taken care of,” he said.

“My inspiration comes from the last Prophet who set up an ideal welfare state in Medina. I want Pakistan to become like that. A humanistic, not an animalistic state,” he said in a speech made from Bani Gala in Islamabad and broadcast via video link.

“I pledge to our people that I will introduce a system that is for the masses, all policies will be for the people and not for the elite,” he vowed. “I will live humbly. So far, we have seen that everyone who comes to power changes. That will not happen with me.”

He said he would not live in the official residence of the Prime Minister and the “lavish” house would be converted into a public space like an educational institution.

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