Imran Khan's stepdaughter Mehru Maneka joins Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf

Imran Khan's stepdaughter Mehru Maneka joins Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf

Imran Khan's stepdaughter Mehru Maneka joins Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf

Imran said that people defeated the political elite in the July 25 polls.

Chairman and Prime Minister in-waiting Imran Khan was questioned by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in Peshawar on Tuesday in a case pertaining to his alleged misuse of the provincial government's helicopters during his party's tenure in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Mehru, the daughter of Khan's third wife Bushra Maneka, joined the party following a meeting with the PTI chairman, who was on Monday officially nominated the party's prime ministerial candidate, DawnNewsTV reported.

"My focus was not to become an MNA or a prime minister", Imran said during his address.

Imran said a committee would be set up to monitor the performance of the ministers and chief minister.

"The final decision on cabinet members will be taken by Imran Khan himself", he added.

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Mr. Khan was earlier summoned on July 18, but he failed to appear before the panel, citing elections.

Initiating a formal process to form governments in Centers and the provinces, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) will announce complete official results of recently held general elections 2018 today.

Chaudhry said that the PTI has support of 174 members of the National Assembly and 186 in the Punjab Assembly, which are sufficient to elect the leaders of the each house.

Despite Khan's explicit instructions and refusal to travel with an extended protocol, a number of cars and heavy security tagged along with him. A party needs 172 seats to form the government.

Pakistan's National Assembly comprises a total of 342 members, of which 272 are directly elected.

The alliance include Pakistan Muslim-Nawaz, Pakistan People's Party, Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal, Awami National Party, Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, National Party Balochistan, Qaumi Watan Party and Pak Sarzameen Party.

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