Lashkar congratulated Imran Khan for becoming PM by ‘Taliban Khan’ victory!
Islamabad: PTI is considering inviting leaders of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Organization (SAARC), including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for the prime minister’s oath-taking ceremony of Imran Khan.
Imran Khan, who is going to become Pakistan’s next prime minister, has congratulated the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba. In Jammu and Kashmir, Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Mehboob Shah has said that we congratulate Imran Khan and his party Tehreek-i-Insaf for winning a grand victory in the general elections. He has said that before taking the oath, Irfan Khan has made a special place in our hearts by talking about Kashmiris.
Mahmud Shah said that while raising the issues of Jammu and Kashmir mainly, the Kashmiris see the hope of a true Pakistani in Imran Khan. We hope that Imran Khan will not be a victim of conspiracies. Mahmud Shah further said, “The media can bring any issue to the lightweight, we hope that a major policy will be prepared to expose Indian atrocities for the Pakistani media. People of Jammu and Kashmir see Pakistan as the second Medina. ”
PTI supports MQM-P to form the government
Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Party (PTI) has sought the support of MQM-P for the formation of the federal government. According to Done, party leader Jahangir Tareen came to Karachi from Karachi earlier this evening and the former rival Muttahida Qaumi Movement -Pakistan invited to join the PTI-led government.
MQM-P got 24 seats of the National Assembly in 2013, while this time it got six seats. The party has won four seats in Karachi and two seats in Hyderabad. The PTI could not make its own government with 116 seats, and MQM-P has come into an important role in national politics due to lack of the general majority in the lower house of Parliament.
PTI considering inviting PM Modi in Imran’s swearing-in
PTI is considering inviting leaders of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Organization (SAARC), including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for the prime minister’s oath-taking ceremony of Imran Khan. A party official gave this information.
A leader of the PTI, congratulating Imran on the victory in the elections, called the phone made by Modi as a welcome sign so that a new chapter can be started in the relations between the two countries.
Imran to be sworn in as PM on August 11
Imran Khan has said that he will take the oath of office on 11 August. According to Radio Pakistan, while talking to the newly elected members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa of Islamabad, he said that the decision related to the nomination of the Chief Minister will be taken soon and it will be in the best interest of the people.