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Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Imran Khan names Ali Amin Gandapur the next CM KPK

He announced the name while talking to media personnel in jail. The former Prime Minister added that there will not be any negotiation with MQMP, PPP, and PMLN for the coalition government. 

PTI Chairman Imran Khan nominates Ali Amin Gandapur as the next Chief Minister (CM) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK).

He announced the name while talking to media personnel in jail. The former Prime Minister added that there will not be any negotiation with MQMP, PPP, and PMLN for the coalition government.

Khan said that he would prefer to sit in the opposition if they are unable to form the government. While talking to media he said that, “There used to be small rigging, such big rigging did not happen in the history of the country.”

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He further added that, “First of all we are challenging the election results, we will also go to the Supreme Court against the election results, now everyone know why we were against the election of ROs.”

Regarding the victory of Hamza Shahbaz Sharif, he said that, “Alia Hamza sat in jail and took more than 100,000 votes, when the results started to stop, I was sure that PTI had won.”

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Commenting on the post-election scenario, Imran Khan said that efforts are being made to bring in power the money-launderers.

“They are trying to bring the money laundering syndicate, the Sharif family is the biggest money launderer of the country, the biggest problem of the country is dollars and these dollars are sent abroad,” said Imran Khan.

On the other hand, On Monday, the United States urged Pakistan to conduct an independent investigation into allegations of election irregularities through its legal system. In response to questions about this demand, the US State Department’s spokesperson, Matthew Miller, emphasized the importance of letting the Pakistani legal system take its course as the initial step.

Miller stated that the United States would consider other options and some US lawmakers were advising against recognizing the results of the Feb 8 elections until the proposed investigation is completed.