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    Imran Khan as Prime Minister of Pakistan - Discussion Thread

    It's official now! With 176 votes in the National Assembly!




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    Congratulations everyone

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    Congrats to all my fellow PTI supporters.

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    Allah al-haq hai... yaqeenan haq sach ka Khuda hai, aur izzat aur shaurat siruf o siruf Oskay hath mein hai


    #Hum apko container deingaye dharnay ke liyay

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    Mubarakan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    Allah al-haq hai... yaqeenan haq sach ka Khuda hai, aur izzat aur shaurat siruf o siruf Oskay hath mein hai
    Beshak!

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    Insan koshish kerta he kaamyabi ALLAH deta he : Imran Khan

    Well done man you are a real hero


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    Today is also the day general zia died and along with him the dictatorship was abolished.

    So really a big day

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    Congratulations and really happy to see

    Inshallah he will be the great leader for all Pakistanis

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    Congratulations

    Next 1 year will be crucial.


    Sarfi as captain'll lead us to glory.Babar'll be our best odi bat & Haris'll be world class in tests

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    Congratulation Imran Khan for becoming Pakistan's new Prime Minister.

    Remember you get votes for removal of corruption so you have to continue fight against corruption whether its done by Sharif family or Zardari family or anybody else.

    Also some Sharif fans have given impression that you are a stooge of army. You have to fight against that impression and put army back into its place if army ever try to mingle in your affairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post












    Hafeez the politician already positioning himself with new government / PCB management

    Hafeez = MMA .. these guys had always stayed in power, but no more

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    Ma sha Allah! Congratulations.


    Ki Mohammad (saw) sey wafa tu ney tou hum terey hain
    Yeh jahaan cheez kya hai Loh-o-Qalam tere hain

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    Quote Originally Posted by coy0607 View Post
    Hafeez the politician already positioning himself with new government / PCB management

    Hafeez = MMA .. these guys had always stayed in power, but no more
    Not only Hafeez i have seen other tattoos too.


    Sarfi as captain'll lead us to glory.Babar'll be our best odi bat & Haris'll be world class in tests

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    Can't believe we're finally seeing this day, congratulations everyone!

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    I still can't believe it...Wazir e Azam Imran Khan

    Having that warm fuzzy feeling inside

    Insha'Allah ab sahi Pakistan take off kari ga, May Allah protect and guide him in the direction that is good for all of Pakistan.

    The time of prosperity, growth, and peace has arrived, Insha'Allah!

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    amazing moments..
    I hope he stays healthy and keeps fighting like he has been, expectations are sky high, and the country desperately needs sometime to make some major changes

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    Congratulations to the Pakistani people, including everyone here at PP and in the world, the PTI Party and of course to Imran Khan.

    The dawn of a new era has begun.

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    jana Imran Khan, wazir-e-azam Pakistan

    PML idiots still shouting, they should be kicked out of the assembly today

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    Masha Allah good words from Imran Khan that he will continue to fight against corruption

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    IA PK can have a PM and govt that loves its people.

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    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairperson Imran Khan, while addressing the National Assembly after being elected as the prime minister on Friday, vowed that he would not spare the ones who looted the country.

    "I am grateful to Almighty Allah and the nation for giving me the opportunity to bring a change which the nation wanted. The nation was longing for the change we will bring," Khan said.

    The prime minister-elect promised "strict accountability" and to bring back the looted wealth of the country.

    "I promise my nation that I will do strict accountability. No robber would be given an NRO (National Reconciliation Ordinance)," he said, adding, "I have reached here after struggling for 22 years and have not been fostered by any military dictator."

    Khan further said that being the prime minister, he would answer the questions in the National Assembly twice a month.

    "We will conduct accountability for increase in debts of the country over the past 10 years. The money, which had to be spent on hospitals and for facilitating the people, went into some individuals' pockets," he said.

    The prime minister-elect also thanked the youngsters who backed him in his struggle.

    Lashing out at the opponents who protested in the House prior to his address, he said, "I ask the parliamentarians who are shouting here, why they didn’t support re-counting in the four constituencies I had requested for.

    "We had to go to the Supreme Court. Had they supported us there would have been confidence over the electoral process across the board," the PM-elect said.

    "We won’t stop anyone from going to the Election Commission of Pakistan or Supreme Court as we didn’t rig the polls."

    He also offered cooperation in the investigation of alleged rigging of the elections.

    "We will cooperate in whichever kind of investigation you seek with regard to the polls," Khan said. "We will cooperate because we know that we did not rig the elections."

    He, however, made it clear that he could not be "blackmailed."

    "No one has ever been able to blackmail me, nor will anyone be able of doing so," the PM-elect. "Raise hue and cry to your heart's content, and if you are to stage a sit-in then we would provide a container for it."

    He dared Shehbaz Sharif and Maulana Fazlur Rehman to stage a sit-in for a month, saying that his party would send people to participate in the sit-in and provide food as well.

    Imran, whose party swept the July 25 general election and commanded the loyalty of a majority of lawmakers in the Lower House of the Parliament, will take oath of the office on Saturday.

    176 members of the National Assembly voted in favour of the PTI chairperson while his opponent, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif, received 96 votes.

    Imran Khan and his party campaigned on promises to end widespread graft while building an "Islamic welfare state".

    The party has already formed a government in its stronghold of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, and an alliance with regional parties in the southwestern province of Balochistan.

    It is expected to form a coalition government in Punjab province, formerly a PML-N stronghold, in coming days. Sindh province remains in the hands of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP).

    PTI candidates were also voted speaker and deputy speaker of the National Assembly this week, putting Khan in a strong position to carry forward his legislative agenda.

    He will face myriad challenges including militancy, water shortages, and a booming population negating growth in the developing country, among others.

    Most pressing will be a looming economic crisis, with speculation that Pakistan will have to seek a bailout from the International Monetary Fund.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/207806-won...ect-imran-khan

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    The dharna's are over and Nawaz is locked up like we all wanted. Now it is time to build Pak infrastructure, implement the education emergency and improve healthcare amongst the many other things he promised. No excuses, just do it! Every Pakistani will be keeping a very close eye on IK from here onwards


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    So the uncrowned king of Pakistan has finally been crowned. Pakistan is fortunate that it's greatest living son has taken the reins amidst nerve-wrecking challenges.

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    TalentSpotterPk: I pray PanamaLeak sink Sharif ship forever we dont want this pseudo democracy

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    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairperson Imran Khan is set to take oath of office on Saturday morning, a day after the National Assembly elected him as the 22nd prime minister of Pakistan.

    The oath-taking ceremony is scheduled to take place at the Aiwan-e-Sadr (President House) in Islamabad at 9:30 AM, where President Mamnoon Hussain will administer oath to the prime minister-designate.

    According to the programme on the invitation cards sent out to guests, the ceremony will begin with the National Anthem of Pakistan, after arrival and seating of guests and the president and prime minister-elect.

    The anthem would be followed by recitation of the Holy Quran, after which President Hussain will administer oath to the prime minister-elect.

    Imran Khan elected prime minister, vows not to spare the corrupt

    The oath would be followed by signing of oath documents, after which refreshments would be served.

    Former Indian cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu arrived in Pakistan on Friday to attend the oath-taking ceremony of Khan.

    Earlier this week, former Indian captain Kapil Dev said he will not be attending the oath-taking ceremony, citing ‘personal reasons’.

    Dev was one of the three cricketers from India invited to attend the leader’s swearing-in ceremony, along with Sidhu and Sunil Gavaskar.

    Gavaskar also declined Imran's invite due to his commentary commitments for the ongoing Test series between England and India.

    Members of Imran Khan's 1992 World Cup winning team have also been invited to attend the ceremony.

    Earlier in the day, the National Assembly elected Khan as the prime minister of Pakistan, more than two decades after the former captain of the Pakistan cricket team entered politics.

    Imran Khan: From World Cup hero to Prime Minister of Pakistan

    176 members of the National Assembly voted in favour of the PTI chairperson while his opponent, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif, received 96 votes.

    Imran, following his election as the PM, vowed that he would not spare the ones who looted the country.

    "I am grateful to Almighty Allah and the nation for giving me the opportunity to bring a change which the nation wanted. The nation was longing for the change we will bring," Khan said.

    The prime minister-elect promised "strict accountability" and to bring back the looted wealth of the country.

    "I promise my nation that I will do strict accountability. No robber would be given an NRO (National Reconciliation Ordinance)," he said, adding, "I have reached here after struggling for 22 years and have not been fostered by any military dictator."

    Khan further said that being the prime minister, he would answer the questions in the National Assembly twice a month.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/207843-imr...pm-on-saturday


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    I have not been this happy in many Eids in the past. We have finally now the most patriotic PM of our history. Good luck champion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coy0607 View Post
    Hafeez the politician already positioning himself with new government / PCB management

    Hafeez = MMA .. these guys had always stayed in power, but no more
    To be fair Hafeez has always supported Imran Khan.

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    PM-elect Imran Khan is scheduled to take his oath at the President House shortly and officially become the new premier of Pakistan.

    Khan, who outvoted opposition and PML-N candidate Shahbaz Sharif in the PM's election on Friday, will be administered his oath by President Mamnoon Hussain.

    Prime minister-elect Imran Khan has left his Banigala residence for the Aiwan-e-Sadr (the President House) in Islamabad. His wife Bushra Imran has already arrived at the ceremony.

    The ceremony, which was scheduled to begin at 9:30am, has yet to start. High-profile guests including National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser, Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan and Naval Chief Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi have arrived.

    Other notable guests present at the Aiwan-e-Sadr include senior PTI leaders, former Indian cricket star Navjot Singh Sidhu, cricketer-turned-commentator Rameez Raja, legendary paceman Wasim Akram, newly elected Punjab Assembly Speaker Chaudhry Pervez Elahi, singers Salman Ahmed and Abrarul Haq, actor Javaid Sheikh and former National Assembly speaker Dr Fehmida Mirza.

    The invited guests, which include politicians, cricketers and celebrities, were told to be at the venue at 9:15am. The event was scheduled to begin at 9:30am.

    Khan, who famously captained the national cricket team to World Cup glory in 1992, has also invited some of his former teammates to witness his formal ascension to the top ministerial job in the country.

    According to the programme outlined on the invitation cards, the ceremony will begin with the national anthem, following which the cabinet secretary will seek permission from the president to commence the ceremony.

    Next up will be recitation (tilawat) of the Holy Quran, after which the oath will be administered and documents signed.

    The guest have been asked to carry their NIC or accreditation cards but not to bring with them any handbags, purses, mobiles phones or any other electronic gadgetry.

    The work begins

    After the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) emerged as the biggest parliamentary party in the wake of the July 25 polls, all 120 of the party's parliamentary committee members rubber-stamped Khan's candidacy for the post of the prime minister.


    The party formed enough alliances and recruited enough independents to gain the numbers required to get Khan elected as the PM in Friday's parliamentary vote.

    Khan and his party campaigned on promises to end widespread graft while building an “Islamic welfare state”.

    “First of all, we will start strict accountability. I promise to my God that everyone who looted this country will be made accountable,” he said in his speech as PM-elect on Friday.

    PTI candidates were also voted speaker and deputy speaker of the National Assembly this week, putting Khan in a strong position to carry forward his legislative agenda.

    He will face myriad challenges including militant extremism, water shortages, and a booming population negating growth in the country, among others.

    Most pressing is a looming economic crisis, with speculation that Pakistan will have to seek a bailout from the International Monetary Fund.

    Khan will also have to contend with the same issue as many predecessors: how to maintain a power balance in civil-military relations.


    https://www.dawn.com/news/1427560/im...resident-house


    [QUOTE=Mamoon;9742871]Don't see us ascending from 7th/6th in the near future. 5-0 in England and South Africa awaits us, we will be lucky to even draw one match. [/QUOTE]

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    Finally he's taken oath, congratulations everyone!

    Now let the real action begin.

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    PM-elect Imran Khan has taken oath as the 22nd prime minister of Pakistan at a ceremony being held at the President House.

    Khan, who outvoted opposition and PML-N candidate Shahbaz Sharif in the PM's election on Friday, was administered his oath by President Mamnoon Hussain.

    After taking the oath as premier, Khan and his wife stepped down the stage to greet various guests.

    The oath-taking ceremony, which was scheduled to begin at 9:30am, started a little after 10am.

    Clad in a black sherwani, the prime minister-elect arrived at the Aiwan-e-Sadr (the President House) in Islamabad from his Banigala residence. His wife Bushra Imran had already arrived for the ceremony.

    The ceremony commenced with the national anthem, followed by recitation of verses from the Holy Quran.

    High-profile guests including caretaker Prime Minister Nasirul Mulk, National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser, Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan and Naval Chief Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi are present at the ceremony.

    Other notable guests present at the Aiwan-e-Sadr include senior PTI leaders, former Indian cricket star Navjot Singh Sidhu, cricketer-turned-commentator Rameez Raja, legendary paceman Wasim Akram, newly elected Punjab Assembly Speaker Chaudhry Pervez Elahi, singers Salman Ahmed and Abrarul Haq, actor Javaid Sheikh and former National Assembly speaker Dr Fehmida Mirza.

    The invited guests, which include politicians, cricketers and celebrities, were told to be at the venue at 9:15am. The event was scheduled to begin at 9:30am.

    Khan, who famously captained the national cricket team to World Cup glory in 1992, has also invited some of his former teammates to witness his formal ascension to the top ministerial job in the country.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1427560/pr...er-of-pakistan


    [QUOTE=Mamoon;9742871]Don't see us ascending from 7th/6th in the near future. 5-0 in England and South Africa awaits us, we will be lucky to even draw one match. [/QUOTE]

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    Imran Khan oath


    [QUOTE=Mamoon;9742871]Don't see us ascending from 7th/6th in the near future. 5-0 in England and South Africa awaits us, we will be lucky to even draw one match. [/QUOTE]

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    Congratulations Imran Khan on becoming PM Pakistan

    Just an observation, why was he standing on the right of President while taking oath? They usually stand on the left of President. And what was interim PM doing there?

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    Chai, Biscuit and water would be served to guests by new PM

    9 dishes menu was approved for the guest of todays oath ceremony, but when IMran found out he said there was no need and only water should be served if have to.

    Awan-e-Sadar said that they have to serve something and this cannot work as in future they will have foreign guests aswell, and after some discussion, Imran only approved Chai, biscuit and water

    https://www.facebook.com/PTIOfficial...5615353816635/


    So it looks like Imran is walking the talk, great decision by him. If we want to finish foreign debt these are the way to show everyone.


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    We should not forget that it was only a matter of four votes in the end. If these independents have a change of heart in the future - if they don’t accept any future bills that Imran might pass - things can go south for Imran Khan and his government.

    The “reverse-rigging” - after PTI won majority - has resulted in a non-functional government.

    Imran Khan’s hands are tied.

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    It is good that he took the oath in Urdu but the wording is too difficult and extreme. It is too lengthy as well. It should be made simple. This is not supposed to be an MA or PhD exam or class or essay-writing competition in Urdu lughat. IK stumbled on a few words. Perhaps he should have gotten a copy and rehearsed beforehand.

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    Arif Alvi has been nominated as president

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    My love for this man and Pakistan has increased ten folds . May Allah (swt) protect you from all evil eyes and guide you and your family of politicians to bring positive change that every citizen of Pakistan and all around the world can see.

    Let's get the country moving forward to prosperity again, build good relations with all neighboring countries and focus on education education education.

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    Innings has started for Imran and PTI against the swinging ball. Insha Allah after some time he can settle down and play a big innings.

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    IA the country pulls together and makes it a success. Otherwise its back to Nooras and AZ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    IA the country pulls together and makes it a success. Otherwise its back to Nooras and AZ.
    Which is exactly what the Nooras and AZ want, so they will do everything to prevent the country from succeeding - not IK but I repeat the country - because the country progressing will be seen as IK's success ... It's when you have politicians like this who put their party and leaders vested interests ahead of the country's interests, then democracy just doesn't work.

    You can already see what will be happening in parliament with the opposition, soon they will start anarchy on the streets, and all in the name of democracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZulfi View Post
    It is good that he took the oath in Urdu but the wording is too difficult and extreme. It is too lengthy as well. It should be made simple. This is not supposed to be an MA or PhD exam or class or essay-writing competition in Urdu lughat. IK stumbled on a few words. Perhaps he should have gotten a copy and rehearsed beforehand.
    he had a copy in his hand


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    Quote Originally Posted by Majid Khan View Post
    Which is exactly what the Nooras and AZ want, so they will do everything to prevent the country from succeeding - not IK but I repeat the country - because the country progressing will be seen as IK's success ... It's when you have politicians like this who put their party and leaders vested interests ahead of the country's interests, then democracy just doesn't work.

    You can already see what will be happening in parliament with the opposition, soon they will start anarchy on the streets, and all in the name of democracy.
    I think it will take decades to clear up the mess that the Millitary, Nooras and PPP have created but he needs clear success goals for his 5 years. Firstly, stop excessive borrowing to fund lavish lifestyle for the elite, stop the corruption at the top and then quickly attack the corruption of the upper middle tiers such as the civil service baboos, simultaneously work on water and environmental conservation which will if done right create jobs, and simple things like stopping Policemen taking bribes and cleaning the streets will make a difference to perception of the public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Major View Post
    he had a copy in his hand
    I don't think he came with a copy in his hand. It was just lying on his side of the table. I still think the oath (whether in Urdu or English. said this in 2013 as well) is too long and the wording too tough; words that we rarely use in our daily conversations. It should be made simple and brief

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZulfi View Post
    I don't think he came with a copy in his hand. It was just lying on his side of the table. I still think the oath (whether in Urdu or English. said this in 2013 as well) is too long and the wording too tough; words that we rarely use in our daily conversations. It should be made simple and brief
    Why is all the religious stuff put into the oath? It was as if every minor detail of being a muslim was put into it. I dont think its wrong per say but it makes a political oath too long.

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    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will address the nation tomorrow, sources informed Geo News on Saturday.

    PM Khan has approved a 20-member federal cabinet, which will be sworn-in on Monday, a spokesman for the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) confirmed on Saturday.

    The cabinet will be comprising of 15 federal ministers and five advisers, PTI spokesman Fawad Chaudhry said on Twitter.

    Khan assumed charge of the office after taking oath as 22nd prime minister of Pakistan on Saturday.

    He was administered the oath by President Mamnoon Hussain.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/207904-pm-...tion-on-sunday


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    IK needs Azhar Ali type opening batsman to see out the new ball, the ball is swinging like crazy, the conditions are overcast and Clouderson is bowling.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    IK needs Azhar Ali type opening batsman to see out the new ball, the ball is swinging like crazy, the conditions are overcast and Clouderson is bowling.
    Now Azhar Ali as opener in swinging conditions I dont mind but the CM Punjab nominee is like sending out Hafeez to bat against Anderson and Broad on a wet pitch in Headingley...

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    Saw the oath live, great scenes!

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    Congrats to the Pakistan army on their choice on the left prime minister. Hopefully over the next few years they get the new war toys with all the bells and whistles. While the people starve and die. Ofc give it a few years and we’ll be screaming go imran go and then make way for the next army puppet. Sad to have Pakistani heritage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madplayer View Post
    Why is all the religious stuff put into the oath? It was as if every minor detail of being a muslim was put into it. I dont think its wrong per say but it makes a political oath too long.
    It is seemed like a statement to convert someone to islam not sure about suitability as a oath for prime minister.


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    Certain words in the oath were major tongue twisters IK had problems in pronouncing. The hard work starts now.


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    Hope.

    That's the word that comes to mind whilst witnessing these amazing scenes over the last few weeks.

    Not for a single second am I gonna act like I know a great deal about Pakistani politics. However, even someone as clueless as me can see the destruction the politicians have caused to my beloved country over the last few decades. Politicians who are in it for their own personal gain and cause nothing but pain and misery to the people of Pakistan.

    With Imran comes a sense hope. A sense of change. A sense of a new day for Pakistan inshAllah. A Naya Pakistan.

    Finally we have someone who is looking to irradicate corruption rather than part take in it. Finally we have a leader who has a track record of making the country proud and bringing joy to the people of Pakistan, rather than someone who has a track record of corrupt selfish activities & only care about bringing joy to themselves.

    Hearing Imran talk about issues which have simply not been addressed by past governments - if any thing they have made matters worse - such as:

    > Helping the lower and middle class population of Pakistan
    > Removing corruption from society
    > Improving Pakistan's relationship with other countries and developing mutually beneficial international relationships
    > Looking to spend the countries money more responsibly and wisely

    brings so much promise and hope.

    Imran will not be able to deliver on all the promises he has made. I know that. Everyone knows that.

    However if Imran and his government can even start working towards the promises they have made to the people of Pakistan with sincerity and dedication that will be a huge step forward.

    Results will not appear over night. It will take time, commitment and dedication - not only by politicians but by everyone - including the Pakistani public.

    Here's hoping and praying all the best for Imran Khan, his government and a Naya Pakistan.

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    From the US State Department

    https://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2018/08/285210.htm

    We recognize and welcome the newly elected Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on taking the oath of office. For over 70 years, the relationship between the United States and Pakistan has been a vital one. The United States looks forward to working with Pakistan’s new civilian government to promote peace and prosperity in Pakistan and the region.


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    ISLAMABAD: The United States on Saturday felicitated Imran Khan for taking oath of office of the prime minister of Pakistan.

    "We recognise and welcome the newly elected Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on taking the oath of office," the US State Department said in a statement.

    "For over 70 years, the relationship between the United States and Pakistan has been a vital one," the statement read.

    "The United States looks forward to working with Pakistan’s new civilian government to promote peace and prosperity in Pakistan and the region."

    Meanwhile, other world leaders also extended their felicitation to PM Khan in their congratulatory messages, letters and telephone calls.


    Prime Minister Imran Khan assumes charge of office

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, in a letter, felicitated the Pakistan prime minister from the core of his heart.

    Wishing success to Khan as premier, Erdoğan said that he was thankful to Pakistan for its support amid an economic crisis in Turkey.

    He expressed hope that Pakistan-Turkey relations would be further strengthened in Khan's tenure.

    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani congratulated Khan for taking oath of the PM Office.

    He said that Imran's election as Pakistan premier represented the will of brave and honourable Pakistanis.

    Rouhani expressed hope that the unity of Muslim world would increase during the Imran's term as prime minister.

    Expressing hope that Pak-Iran ties would be promoted further under Khan's government, the Iranian president said that he wished to boost cooperation with Pakistan in all fields.

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel congratulated PM Khan, mentioning in a brief that Germany and Pakistan share friendly relations that should continue to be expanded and deepen.

    Merkel's letter further said that Germany will continue to support the future economic development, fight against terrorism and strengthening of democratic structure in Pakistan.

    The letter further read that Angela Merkel looks forward to working with Imran Khan and wishes him all the best for all the challenges lying on the table.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/207960-us-...as-pakistan-pm


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    KABUL — Rising to take the oath as Pakistan’s 22nd prime minister, Imran Khan put to rest one topic of frenzied public speculation about Saturday’s ceremony in Islamabad: The legendary cricket star and champion of the poor was clad in a formal black tunic, as tradition dictated, not a colorful sports uniform or humble white cotton pajama.

    But much larger and more difficult choices loom. The 65-year-old Khan — a onetime celebrity playboy and self-styled political maverick — campaigned on idealistic promises to build a “new Pakistan,” in which the state would end corruption and provide jobs and justice for the poor in the Muslim-majority country of 207 million. Now, though, he must also tackle fast-rising foreign debt and other thorny economic problems.

    Khan, overcome with emotion, stumbled over a few words as he swore to “bear true faith and allegiance to Pakistan.” His oath was brief but historic, completing the country’s second-ever peaceful handover of power after Khan’s pro-reform party swept last month’s parliamentary elections with 176 seats.


    The ceremony, packed with dignitaries in suits, included several more unusual guests. Khan’s new wife, Bushra Maneka, who had not been seen in public since their wedding in February, was covered in a head-to-toe veil. Navjot Singh Sidhu, a retired cricket star and friend of Khan’s from India, Pakistan’s nuclear-armed rival neighbor, stood out in a purple turban.

    “Imran Khan has emerged as a hope for us all,” Sidhu told a crowded news conference in Islamabad after the inaugural ceremony, where he made instant news by chatting warmly with Pakistan’s army chief, Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa. Sidhu said he had come to Pakistan with “a message of love and friendship . . . for everyone, not just cricketers.”

    But even with a solid victory behind Khan — both nationwide and in Punjab province, the home base of the long-dominant Pakistan Muslim League — Pakistan’s new leader faces continued protests by electoral rivals that the July 25 polls were rigged and charges that the powerful military establishment intervened to help his party win seats. Khan and military officials have denied the allegations.

    The race was also marred by accusations of election fraud and the spectacle of former premier Nawaz Sharif being sent to prison for financial crimes.

    Observers say Khan also faces an array of difficult decisions in economic and financial policy, some of which may contradict his popular campaign vows to create an “Islamic welfare state.” His pledge to invest in health and education for the poor while cracking down on financial misdeeds and tax evasion by the rich won him both passionate fans and powerful foes.


    Most urgent is Pakistan’s foreign debt and balance-of-payments crisis. The national currency has plunged into free fall as debt repayment obligations to China, the country’s major investor and development partner, have skyrocketed. The new government may be soon forced to seek another bailout from the International Monetary Fund, a move Khan has vociferously opposed.

    “Imran Khan said he would prefer to commit suicide than to take loans, and he talked about breaking the begging bowl,” said Mustafa Khokhar, a senator from the Pakistan People’s Party. He said Khan had promised to provide “10 million jobs to youths and 5 million houses for people” but that “our ailing economy is the most serious issue confronting the new government. The days of making tall promises is over. They have to act now and steer the country out of this grave crisis.”

    Khan and his team also inherit other costly problems, including Pakistan’s unsustainable rate of population growth, scarcity of water and chronic electricity shortages. They must also grapple with the lingering presence of Islamist militant groups that operate against Afghanistan, which has isolated Pakistan internationally and triggered U.S. military aid cuts. Khan has expressed contradictory views on Afghanistan and U.S. policy there.

    In most of his recent statements, including one after Friday’s pro forma vote in parliament that officially made him prime minister, Khan has remained focused on his personal mantra and most popular cause — ferreting out corruption in high places and ending the feudal-minded, dynastic monopoly on politics that has kept concentrated power and wealth in the hands of a tiny elite for decades.

    “The first thing we have to do is bring strict accountability. Those people who have looted the country, I promise they will be brought to justice,” he told the National Assembly. He said he had fought for 22 years to bring change to Pakistan and carry out the democratic vision of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, who founded the nation in 1947. “No military dictator nurtured me. I am here through my own struggle,” he said.


    Such rhetoric resonated with much of the nation, and it won Khan — whose previous moment in the limelight was 26 years ago, when he captained the Pakistan cricket team that won the World Cup — the chance to make history again. Whether he will succeed, or succumb to the pressures and blandishments that have defeated other would-be Pakistani reformists, is something on which few seasoned observers are willing to bet.

    “It was the ordinary voter that turned the leaf on elective feudalism. Their choice is now reflected in the man who is to lead the nation for the next five years,” the Express Tribune newspaper said in an editorial Saturday. But it described Khan as an “unknown quantity” who “has yet to prove himself as a leader of Pakistan in all its diversity. We can do no more than offer congratulations . . . and the hope that Imran Khan can bring unity and harmony into the lives of all of us.”

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/world...=.badb999918e6


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    Merkel toasts Khan, says German support for Pak democracy, war on terror to continue

    BERLIN: German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday expressed her well wishes to and congratulated Pakistan's 22nd Prime Minister Imran Khan, a press release said.

    "Germany and Pakistan share a friendly relation, in the next few years that should continue to be expanded and deepened," it added.

    Germany is an important partner of Pakistan.

    Merkel's letter added further that Berlin will continue to support Islamabad's future economic development, the war against terrorism, and the strengthening of democratic structure.

    Further, she expressed hope that Khan would improve relations with the neighbouring countries to bring peace and stability to the region.

    "Your willingness to engage in peaceful dialogue with neighbouring countries will bear fruit and that Pakistan will contribute to further stabilizing the region." the letter by Chancellory said.

    Merkel noted that she looked forward to working with Pakistan's new premier and wished him all the best for all the challenges lying on the table.

    According to the German Foreign Office, Berlin's bilateral trade with Islamabad stood at 2.6 billion euros in 2016, with the former's exports to the latter worth 1.1 billion euros and its imports valued at 1.5 billion euros.

    Pakistan's exports to Germany include textiles, leather goods, sports goods, footwear, and medical instruments. Its imports, on the other hand, comprise machinery, chemical products, electrical goods, motor vehicles, and iron goods from Germany.

    Interestingly, in addition to this, over four thousand Pakistani students are enrolled in several German universities to acquire higher education.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/207963-mer...-pm-imran-khan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post

    If this was NS, he would be on his way to the airport for a 2 week holiday to London at the tax payers expense.

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    Starts off work on a sunday. This must look like a dream sequence to the common man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madplayer View Post
    Why is all the religious stuff put into the oath? It was as if every minor detail of being a muslim was put into it. I dont think its wrong per say but it makes a political oath too long.
    Absolutely.

    the oath sounds like a new convert to Islam confessing his faith in public

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalhaSyed View Post
    Hope.

    That's the word that comes to mind whilst witnessing these amazing scenes over the last few weeks.

    Not for a single second am I gonna act like I know a great deal about Pakistani politics. However, even someone as clueless as me can see the destruction the politicians have caused to my beloved country over the last few decades. Politicians who are in it for their own personal gain and cause nothing but pain and misery to the people of Pakistan.

    With Imran comes a sense hope. A sense of change. A sense of a new day for Pakistan inshAllah. A Naya Pakistan.

    Finally we have someone who is looking to irradicate corruption rather than part take in it. Finally we have a leader who has a track record of making the country proud and bringing joy to the people of Pakistan, rather than someone who has a track record of corrupt selfish activities & only care about bringing joy to themselves.

    Hearing Imran talk about issues which have simply not been addressed by past governments - if any thing they have made matters worse - such as:

    > Helping the lower and middle class population of Pakistan
    > Removing corruption from society
    > Improving Pakistan's relationship with other countries and developing mutually beneficial international relationships
    > Looking to spend the countries money more responsibly and wisely

    brings so much promise and hope.

    Imran will not be able to deliver on all the promises he has made. I know that. Everyone knows that.

    However if Imran and his government can even start working towards the promises they have made to the people of Pakistan with sincerity and dedication that will be a huge step forward.

    Results will not appear over night. It will take time, commitment and dedication - not only by politicians but by everyone - including the Pakistani public.

    Here's hoping and praying all the best for Imran Khan, his government and a Naya Pakistan.
    Wonderful post.

    I'd like to recommend this post as a post of the week winner please.

    It sums up what most of as are feeling and hoping for in such an articulate and heart felt manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PakWarrior View Post
    Wonderful post.

    I'd like to recommend this post as a post of the week winner please.

    It sums up what most of as are feeling and hoping for in such an articulate and heart felt manner.
    Thanks alot for the kind words. I am glad you enjoyed the post and can relate to the content as strongly and passionately as I can.

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    Imran’s election as PM challenged

    LAHORE: A petition filed in the Lahore High Court (LHC) challenged the election of Prime Minster Imran Khan on the ground that every single member of the National Assembly was required to cast his/her vote but 69 votes were not cast.

    Advocate Sheikh Zaid Mahmood, a local lawyer, moved the petition on Wednesday through senior lawyer AK Dogar maintaining that it was mandatory under the clause 91(4) of the Constitution that every member of the National Assembly must cast his vote to the person nominated for the election of prime minister.

    The petitioner said two parliamentary parties consisting of 69 votes preferred to sit in the National Assembly but abstained from voting. Both Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and Jamat-e-Islami (JI) failed to participate in the process of the forming of the federal government. The chosen representatives of the people cannot abstain themselves from casting the votes, he said. The petitioner said it was their constitutional duty to exercise their right to vote. The petitioner also made PPP and JI as respondents in the petition, saying that neither they said “yes” nor they said “no” which was constitutionally not allowed.
    How Indian media portrayed Imran’s election victory

    He asked the court to declare that every member of the National Assembly must fulfill constitutional duty to elect the leader of the house and chief executive of the country. He further requested the LHC to declare that Imran Khan, the incumbent prime minister, was elected unconstitutionally due to absence of the votes of the total membership of the national assembly.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1791608...pm-challenged/

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalhaSyed View Post
    Hope.

    That's the word that comes to mind whilst witnessing these amazing scenes over the last few weeks.

    Not for a single second am I gonna act like I know a great deal about Pakistani politics. However, even someone as clueless as me can see the destruction the politicians have caused to my beloved country over the last few decades. Politicians who are in it for their own personal gain and cause nothing but pain and misery to the people of Pakistan.

    With Imran comes a sense hope. A sense of change. A sense of a new day for Pakistan inshAllah. A Naya Pakistan.

    Finally we have someone who is looking to irradicate corruption rather than part take in it. Finally we have a leader who has a track record of making the country proud and bringing joy to the people of Pakistan, rather than someone who has a track record of corrupt selfish activities & only care about bringing joy to themselves.

    Hearing Imran talk about issues which have simply not been addressed by past governments - if any thing they have made matters worse - such as:

    > Helping the lower and middle class population of Pakistan
    > Removing corruption from society
    > Improving Pakistan's relationship with other countries and developing mutually beneficial international relationships
    > Looking to spend the countries money more responsibly and wisely

    brings so much promise and hope.

    Imran will not be able to deliver on all the promises he has made. I know that. Everyone knows that.

    However if Imran and his government can even start working towards the promises they have made to the people of Pakistan with sincerity and dedication that will be a huge step forward.

    Results will not appear over night. It will take time, commitment and dedication - not only by politicians but by everyone - including the Pakistani public.

    Here's hoping and praying all the best for Imran Khan, his government and a Naya Pakistan.
    Great post. For me Potw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Great post. For me Potw
    If you check out Time Pass section, he already won POTW

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    Quote Originally Posted by babajee View Post
    If you check out Time Pass section, he already won POTW
    Great. He deserves it for such a well written, well informed and thoughtful post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Great. He deserves it for such a well written, well informed and thoughtful post.
    But but the usage of Helicopter by a PM of nation 2 times a week is the most important matter in our country


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermoine Green View Post
    But but the usage of Helicopter by a PM of nation 2 times a week is the most important matter in our country
    No off course not, but we live in a society where this tittle tattle will always be ahead of Education, water crisis etc. Only time will tell if Khan Sahib manages to firmly move the area of debate and its quality on to issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Great post. For me Potw
    Thank you bro - glad you liked the post and can relate to it as strongly as I can

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    PM Imran Khan met with journalists today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeeraq View Post


    PM Imran Khan met with journalists today.
    Khaskool leh kar kar pohanch gaye humaray journalist.... sir give us money or we will start campaigns against you based on false info.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    Khaskool leh kar kar pohanch gaye humaray journalist.... sir give us money or we will start campaigns against you based on false info.
    Great move by Khan sahib. Need to keep the media onside.


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