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The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Thursday called for “peaceful” protests across the country this Saturday against alleged rigging in the 2024 general elections held on February 8.

Speaking to media outside Adiala Jail, PTI leaders including Barrister Gohar Ali khan, Salman Akram Rajam, and Sher Afzal Khan Marwat said the party would conduct “strong opposition” in the Parliament until the “full mandate” was returned.

PTI claims it had secured absolute majority in the general elections, but the results were changed later when the Form 47 were issued. The allegations have been denied.

Elections 2024: voter turnout at 47.6%, 60.6mn people exercised right to vote on Feb 8, says FAFEN

Meanwhile, Gohar Khan said PTI has nominated Mian Aslam Iqbal as the candidate for Punjab’s chief minister.

Moreover, he informed that PTI has picked Aqibullah Khan as the candidate for speaker of the KP Assembly. The candidates for the National Assembly’s speaker and deputy speakers would be announced soon, Gohar added.

He also clarified that PTI will not talk to Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) for government formation.

Sher Afzal Khan Marwat asked the party supporters to stage protests to “save democracy”.

Earlier, former National Assembly speaker Asad Qaiser, while speaking to the media, said PTI founder Imran Khan named Omar Ayub for the prime minister’s slot.

Qaiser said during his meeting with Imran inside Adiala Jail today, he was given an “assignment” to engage with all political parties.

Earlier this week, Imran nominated PTI leader Ali Amin Gandapur for KP’s chief minister.

Meanwhile, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has named Shehbaz Sharif for the post of PM. The party supremo Nawaz Sharif nominated his daughter Maryam Nawaz for the post of Punjab’s chief minister.

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Sumera Feb 15, 2024 06:47pm
Pakistani public wants to see Imran khan as Prime Minister of Pakistan. We are with PTI. Corrupt Nawaz trying to steal our mandate.
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AmirSh. Feb 15, 2024 07:15pm
Time & again- well tested politician again- Good luck Pakistan.
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Pakistan ARMY1 Feb 15, 2024 08:04pm
May 9 is still fresh in our minds. Anything untoward incidents against Pakistan or army, will find your homes and break your backs and confiscate your passports and your names will be put on ecl.
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Faisal Feb 15, 2024 08:07pm
Powes to be please note this is May 9 in a different version. International media aligned with pti are waiting to portray Pakistan negatively.
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Muhammad Ali Feb 15, 2024 08:08pm
pti is upto something sinister. Powers should be ready to curtail this
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KU Feb 15, 2024 08:45pm
Someone in the state needs to wise-up pretty soon, because the power of lies and biased use of law has unpredictable consequences. Why is Pakistan bankrupt and its rulers rich, begs answer.
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Usman Feb 15, 2024 08:49pm
@Sumera , imran achievment.1st buzdar now gandapur says alot.protest will not improve economy.
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