Pakistan's cricket star turned politician Imran Khan's party on Monday officially nominated him for the post of the country's next prime minister.
Talking to media after the meeting of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf parliamentary board, Shah Farman said that reports about the nomination of KP CM is running round-the-clock on media but the decision and announcement would be made by Imran Khan in the next 24 hours. "The first phase of my 22-year-old struggle is completed", apparently referring to the setting up of the party by him in 1996.
Khan thanked the members for showing confidence in his leadership.
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Khan had been summoned by the accountability body on July 18, but had sought more time to appear due to his "busy schedule". "I will come up to people's expectations".
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"Our party strength is now at 125 after the inclusion of nine independents but total numbers reached to 174 with allies and the party's reserved seats in the National Assembly, Fawad Chudhary, the PTI spokesman, claimed".
The PTI needs to muster support from 137 of the National Assembly's 272 members to form a government. The party won the most parliament seats in last month's general elections and is expected to form a governing coalition later this month.