Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Wednesday vowed to implement party manifesto effectively after making the government.
Khan, who is set to become next prime minister of Pakistan, addressing a presser at Bani Gala, said: “We will make policies to uplift the marginalised segment of the society”. In his winning speech, the PTI chief, who is set to become next prime minister of Pakistan, vowed to work for human development after making the government.
He also announced to follow the principles set by Prophet (PBUH) while creating a state in Madinah. The PTI chief said that governance system and institutions will be improved to facilitate the people.
He hailed all Pakistanis, especially people of Balochistan, for coming out to strengthen the democracy in Pakistan through their votes.
He also appreciated security forces for maintaining law and order situation in Pakistan during the polling, adding that the troops also sacrificed their lives while serving national during the election duty.
As Pakistan concluded its 11th General Elections on Wednesday, with a single massive incident of violence, the vote counting is portraying PTI in a favorable light with Imran Khan visibly assuming the prime ministership of the country in just a few days.
Khan’s party, founded some 22 years ago, has managed to bag 118 seats of the National Assembly according to unofficial results in the fraught elections that pitched him against the all-powerful Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz and Pakistan Peoples Party.
The current tally would be topped up with reserved seats, as well as the independent candidates joining the party, paving way for the ambitious cricketer-turned-politician to step into the PM House from his palatial Banigala residence.