PTI has announced the nomination of the chief minister of KPK, Punjab

Islamabad… Although Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan claims that it is a form of a coalition government, not only in Islamabad but also in three provinces, the party is still very good. In the nomination of the highest positions in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

On July 25th, the victory was held in the general election, and PTI failed to nominate its chief minister in KP and Punjab. Inter-party consultations have been issued to nominate suitable candidates for the positions of prime ministers in the two provinces.

For Balochistan, the party has demonstrated this by supporting the candidate of the Balochistan People’s Party (BA) President Jim Kamal Khan Ariani, who agreed to unite in the upcoming provincial reunification…

PTI announced on Tuesday that its chairman, Imran Khan, will soon decide who will become the next senior minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab.

PTI senior leader Jehangir Tareen said: “About Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab Chief Minister, PTI CEO Imran Khan will be taken, which will be accepted by the whole party.” Print cases and any public and party and government offices.

Former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s former minister, Pervez Khattak, rejected all his controversy about his second attempt to become the chief minister and said he would decide what Mr. Khan did. He whispered, “If Khan takes a person from the United States to a position, we will accept it.”

After joining the BAP four MNAs at the PTI camp, Imran Khan’s party has been further strengthened in the centre because the party spokesperson Fawad Chaudhary said that 168 members of the parliamentary committee have been seated.

The official PTI has filled 116 general seats in the National Assembly (NA). But the party spokesperson claimed that with the support of the majority of the National Assembly, a total of 172 independents supported, PTI has elected more than 170 people, including the support of nine independent parties and coalition parties.

The official PTI has filled 116 general seats in the National Assembly (NA). But the party spokesperson claimed that with the support of the majority of the National Assembly, a total of 172 independents supported, PTI has elected more than 170 people, including the support of nine independent parties and coalition parties.

However, the party must remove its six NA because its three leaders compete for more than one. Imran Khan campaigned for five constituencies and he had to make four seats. Taxila’s Ghulam Sarwar Khan and retired major Tahir Sadiq took two seats and demolished them.

Parvez Khattak won every seat at NN and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and now the party must decide whether it will free up a national or provincial seat.

T’s Allies Muslim League Quaid (PML came to Q) scored four CNN seats, but both of them were won by President Pervez Irazi, who was freed to make their seats.

The spokesperson said that the number of seats in the hands increased. The spokesman said that Tehreek-e-Insaf himself had 145 seats, including 13 independent candidates who decided to join or support the party… Between the two sides, B. o four seats, Balochistan National Party, Tuesday, two major democratic alliances, Muttahida Qaumi Movement, six-nation movement, Q and Amy group of four deputy parliaments of the Muslim League. It is expected that all constituencies for experts reserved for women and minorities will receive three to four seats.

Tuesday’s train, support from other political parties and independent candidates, claimed that the six MQM MNAs on Tuesday were fair with the election.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said an independent candidate filmedShaukat Laloka to join the Tuesday campaign.

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At the same time, Imran Khan won the loyalty of the international community, and Turkish President Erdogan called for congratulations on telecom calls on Tuesday.

According to PTI media reports, both leaders hope to open a new chapter in bilateral relations. This is Mr. Khan, India, China, and received good news from the United States, Afghanistan, Iran and Japan.

 

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