ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Barrister Gohar Ali Khan asserted that President Arif Alvi was poised to extend an invitation to his party to establish the government, citing their majority in the National Assembly.
Addressing the media in Islamabad, Gohar Khan emphasized the party’s commitment to progress, stating, “We harbor no contention with any entity; our aim is to forge ahead. Our course of action will adhere to constitutional and legal frameworks.”
He underscored the exercise of electoral rights by the populace, highlighting the meticulous vote counting by presiding officers and the preparation of Form 45.
Insisting on the validity of results based on Form 45, Gohar asserted, “All requisite forms have been duly acquired, and any impediment to the announcement of results must be swiftly removed.”
Expressing confidence in their independent candidates’ allegiance, he remarked, “They remain steadfast in their loyalty to the party, paving the way for the formation of an independent government.”
Gohar announced plans for intra-party elections within 15 days, reflecting on the substantial mandate bestowed upon PTI by the electorate. He also dismissed allegations against the PTI founder as baseless.
Regarding reserved seats and potential party affiliations, he assured forthcoming decisions and peaceful protests in constituencies where result announcements were halted.
Acknowledging attempts to thwart their electoral victories, Gohar claimed triumphs on 170 seats and emphasized PTI’s success in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Plans for appointing a chief minister and forming a government in Punjab were also disclosed, with Gohar affirming the party’s determination in these endeavors.