ISLAMABAD: 28 elected candidates of Pakistan’s National Assembly, informed the Election Commission to join the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, which can now claim Imran Khan’s party to hold more seats in reserved seats for women and minorities.
The Election Commission had earlier said that as an independent, the elected candidates can join the party of their choice till August 9 or may opt to remain independents. Seats from the 60 seats reserved for women and minorities for political parties will be allotted on the basis of the number of elected members.
According to Express News, since the Election Commission officially notified the common people and the winners in 815 out of 849 constituencies, the process of joining the parties has now started. With the participation of eight people, Khan’s party The number of MPs has increased to 144. Khan is going to be the new Prime Minister of Pakistan next week.
Imran Khan is on target of Election Commission
Pakistan’s Election Commission has asked Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s President and potential Prime Minister Imran Khan to apologize in writing for violation of the Model Code of Conduct. At the time of casting his vote during the general elections on July 25, he was accused of violating the election code of conduct. After being found stamping on the ballot publicly in the NA-53 Islamabad parliamentary area, the Pakistan Election Commission (ECP) took cognizance of it.