Islamabad [Pakistan], August 2 (ANI): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) affirmed that no remote dignitaries have been welcomed for the swearing-in service of Prime Minister-in-pausing, Imran Khan.
“We won’t welcome any outside dignitaries,” Geo News cited PTI representative Fawad Chaudhry, as saying.
According to Chaudhry, Khan has chosen to keep the function ‘to a great degree straightforward’ and not ‘flashy’, and will be an ‘absolutely national occasion’.
Be that as it may, the PTI representative said just select companions of Khan have been welcome to the swearing-in, for example, previous Indian cricketers Sunil Gavaskar and Navjot Singh Sidhu, and on-screen character Aamir Khan.
Khan will be the twentieth Prime Minister of Pakistan and the swearing-in function will be held at President’s House in Islamabad.
On Wednesday, Chaudhry, while tending to the media, said the gathering has asked the Foreign Office (FO) to advise it whether outside heads of state, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, could be welcomed for the August 11 occasion, the Dawn announced.
Be that as it may, the reaction from the FO in the issue is as yet anticipated.
As per figures given by the Election Commission of Pakistan, the PTI rose as the single biggest gathering with 115 seats out of the 270 National Assembly bodies electorate.