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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Naeem-ul-Haq said on Wednesday that the Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan will take oath as the prime minister at the President House.
Speaking to media, Naeem said that the first priority of Imran Khan is to resolve the issues facing by the people of Pakistan and will offer 10 million jobs to the youth in five years, adding that people of Pakistan get ready for a golden era.
Naeem said that we have not yet invited Modi to participate in the oath taking ceremony.
Naeem further said, “We are receiving messages from across the world of investors who are willing to invest in Pakistan. Naeem said that the country is facing danger and its economy is in dire straits as well and unity is the need of hour.
The Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has sought the complete detail of party candidate’s political bio-data for the formation of Federal and provincial cabinets.
According to the reliable sources, all the candidates who were being included in federal and provincial cabinets have been directed to submit their political bio-data complete detail to Chairman Imran Khan.
The sources stated that Imran Khan would likely to nominate members of his cabinet within the next 48 hours.
The PTI will also announce the names of Punjab and KP ministers within next 48 hours.
Imran advises
to court MQM-P
PTI chairman Imran Khan has directed his close aide Jahangir Khan Tarin to immediately contact Muttahida Qaumi Movement after it was reportedly asked by the PPP to choose between Sindh and federal govt.
According to well-placed sources, PTI leaders have sprung into action over PPP’s conditional offer to MQM on joining the Sindh government.
PM-designate Imran Khan has asked his party to step up contacts with the MQM and persuade the party to back the PTI-led federal government.
Sources add that MQM is in a fix whether to join the Sindh government or support the PTI’s efforts to form a government at centre where Imran Khan struggles to find coalition partners amid mounting opposition from PML-N, PPP and MMA.
Divisions in PTI Karachi
The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI)’s offer to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) that it join it on the treasury benches has caused unrest among the leaders of the party’s Karachi chapter, sources media on Wednesday.
Earlier this week, a PTI delegation led by Imran Khan’s pointman Jahangir Tareen flew into Karachi from Islamabad and invited former nemesis MQM-P to join the federal government.
The MQM-P won six National Assembly seats — four in Karachi and two in Hyderabad — in the July 25 elections, compared to 24 NA seats in 2013.
However, even with just six seats, the MQM-P has become an important factor in national politics, since the PTI lacks a simple majority in the lower house of parliament and cannot form a government on its own.
According to sources in the party, several newly-elected party leaders, including Faisal Vawda, have opposed the decision to approach MQM and decided to record their protest with the party’s supreme leadership if a deal is finalised.
A PTI leader, who is not pleased with these developments, said that like-minded party workers believe that a coalition with the MQM would be very harmful to the party.
The others, the source added, argue that a coalition with the MQM is the need of the hour. The source added that those who are opposing the idea had recused themselves from accompanying a party delegation that visited MQM leaders at the party’s Bahadurabad office.
PTI leaders Tareen, Arif Alvi, Firdous Shamim Naqvi and Imran Ismail had visited the MQM-P’s temporary headquarters in Bahadurabad area and met its convener, Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, on Monday evening.

Imran decides to shift to residence at minister enclave after taking oath

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan will shift to the residence of Ministers Enclave of Islamabad after taking the oath of Prime Minister (PM).
As per media reports, Imran Khan had announced in his speech after the success in general election 2018 that he will not use the PM House as his residence and the fate of this building will be decided by his party.
District Management had started providing VVIP protocol and security to PTI Chairman Imran Kahn right after his recent success in general polls 2018.
Police authorities said that security outside the residence of Imran Khan in Bani Gala has been stepped up.
Senior Police officers including DIG Waqar Ahmed Chauhan visited the residence of Imran Khan in Bani Gala after the success of PTI. Police reviewed his residence and the area which included mountains.
Authorities have further said that Imran Khan has decided not to use Bani Gala as his official residence.

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