Imran Khan as Prime Minister

August 17, 2018

Prime Minister Imran Khan, while addressing the National Assembly, after being elected as the prime minister on Friday vowed that he would not spare the ones who looted the country. “I am grateful to Almighty Allah and the nation for giving me the opportunity to bring a change which the nation wanted. I promise my nation that I will bring the change which it desperately wanted.” Addressing the House, Imran Khan said.

He addressed the national assembly as a Prime Minister but more importantly with his traditional gesture, and he promised “strict accountability” and also aimed to bring back the looted wealth of the country. “I promise my nation that I will do strict accountability. No robber would be given a National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO),” he said, adding, “I have reached here after struggling for 22 years and have not been fostered by any military dictator.”

The anger which was earlier observed on his face also sighted after being elected Prime Minister of Pakistan and repeated his gesture of hubbub as he was used in his protest against then government. He further said that “We will conduct accountability for increase in debts of the country over the past 10 years. The money, which had to be spent on hospitals and for facilitating the people, went into some individuals’ pockets”.

Twenty-six years later after winning the cricket World Cup, now 65-year-old national hero has emerged victorious in his rigorous political journey to become the country’s 22nd prime minister, after his centre-right party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI), won the General Election 2018 on July 25 and commanded the loyalty of a majority of lawmakers in the Lower House of the Parliament, Imran Khan will take oath of the office today (Saturday) to start his inning formally may be aggressive inning.

Imran Khan assumed the office of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, his critics feared his unpredictable nature may be unsuited to this position, while his supporters believe this is the best opportunity and he is capable of being a leader of Pakistan. They believe that   country will finally witness a ‘New Pakistan’, free from the shackles of the status quo and corruption. Now it is a real test of his 22 years of struggles how he can implement his theory of justice on which he built the structure of his party.

We will have to wait to witness that how Imran Khan will implement his theory of justice on which he built structure of PTI.

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