The most awaited decision of 2018 for Pakistan has been made. The National Assembly has elected PTI Chairman Imran khan as the the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Mr. Khan has been elected by the majority of National Assembly members, receiving 176 votes. His opponent Shahbaz Sharif got 96 votes and the third largest party PPP abstained from voting. The oath taking ceremony of the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan will be held in a couple of hours from now on. Prime Minister Imran Khan, how does that sound? Amazing…well, to some, of course. To the opposition, not so much. People all over the country are celebrating. Supporters of PTI were observed sharing sweets outside the National Assembly, once the decision was announced.
The people of Pakistan can’t wait for the Prime Minister’s oath taking speech now. It is the talk of the town. From What Mr. Khan is going to wear during the ceremony to who’s going to attend it…everything is being discussed. Imran Khan’s Close Friend And Former Indian Cricketer, Navjod Singh Sidhu Has Also Reached Pakistan Via Wagah Border To Attend Prime Minister’s Oath Taking Ceremony.
Former Indian cricketer and current minister Navjot Singh Sidhu arrives in Lahore for Imran Khan’s oath-taking ceremony tomorrow. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/SGKBMB7z11— Junaid (@ibrownlad) August 17, 2018
Not interested which friends of IK are coming to the oath taking ceremony,Jemima and his kids are more important. Hoping to see them there for sure!!She deserves this respect & more!! @PTIofficial @ImranKhanPTI @fawadchaudhry @naeemul_haque @JahangirKTareen @Jemima_Khan— Raf (@RafsRiz) August 12, 2018
And a huge congratulations to Jemima, Sulieman and Qasim. Jemima was with Imran when he started his political journey, so a big thank-you to her. May the sons be proud of their father's work as the prime minister of a country that needs lots of dedication and work. @Jemima_Khan— Mehr Tarar (@MehrTarar) August 17, 2018
Thank you so much. The boys really wanted to be there but their father told them not to come.— Jemima Goldsmith (@Jemima_Khan) August 17, 2018
While the entire nation can’t wait to see the Prime Minister taking the oath, the fact that his sons won’t be there with him, makes everyone a little disappointed.
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