Punjab by-elections’ win, a victory of Imran’s narrative: Mahmood


Congratulates entire PTI leadership over historic victory

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mahmood Khan has said that election win in the Punjab by-elections was a victory of Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan’s narrative that has buried the politics of all opposition parties forever. In a statement, he congratulated entire Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leadership over a historic elections victory in Punjab.

He appreciated political acumen of people of Punjab for showing full confidence in Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, adding is a revolution, in front of which no one could withstand anymore. He said that politically aware and educated people of Punjab also rejected the hereditary politics and now the entire country stood with the vision PTI Chairman Imran Khan.

Mahmood Khan said” Those who brought votes on the strength of money in the past had to surrender before power and will of people this time in Punjab’s by-elections.” He said this historic PTI victory has completely changed the direction of Punjab politics and gave it new shape, people of Punjab have decided the fate of the entire nation. Chief Minister said that these by-elections were a trailer of forth-coming general elections in which PTI would come back to power with a two-thirds majority.

He said that opposition parties (Pakistan Democratic Movement) had stolen the mandate of the people and after the results of by-elections they should apologize to the nation. It was worth mentioned here that Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf on Sunday routed the PML-N by winning at least 15 seats in the crucial by-elections on 20 seats that got vacated after the disqualification of PTI members who had voted for Hamza Shehbaz for Punjab chief minister’s office. As per unofficial results, PTI won five seats in central Punjab, five in north and as many in south Punjab. Imran Khan’s party lost one seat in Lahore, three in south Punjab.

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