Pakistan’s former prime minister Imran Khan (R) addresses his supporters throughout an anti-government march in the direction of capital Islamabad, demanding early elections, in Gujranwala on November 1, 2022.
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A senior aide to Pakistan’s jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan stated on Saturday their occasion would attempt to kind a authorities because it had gained essentially the most seats in Thursday’s normal election.
Interim occasion chief Gohar Ali Khan referred to as on all establishments in Pakistan to respect the occasion’s mandate, telling a press convention in Islamabad that if full outcomes weren’t launched by Saturday evening, the occasion would maintain a peaceable protest on Sunday.
Khan and rival ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif have each claimed victory. Unbiased candidates backed by Khan gained essentially the most seats, regardless of him being in jail and his occasion barred from the polls.