Arif Alvi’s name under consideration for slot of Pakistan’s new president

Islamabad:  Sindh Governor-designate Imran Ismail on Sunday revealed that name of Arif Alvi was being under consideration as successor of President Mamnoon Hussain.

He was talking to media in Karachi.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader stated that he would continue to reside in his personal house while adding that officials tasks would be carried out from Governor House.

Responding to a question, Ismail vowed to follow footprints of his chieftain Imran Khan and stated that he would not take any protocol.

Ismail regretted that he couldn’t not meet delegation of Muttahida Quami Movement Pakistan due to delay in flight.

Ismail revealed that he would carry out his first visit to interior Sindh soon after taking oath while lambasting Pakistan Peoples Party for the poor condition of the masses of the province.

Earlier yesterday, PTI formally nominated party’s supremo Imran Khan as their candidate for next Prime Minister of Pakistan.

A parliamentary meeting was held at a private hotel in Islamabad during which, Shah Mehmood Qureshi presented a resolution nominating Imran as their PM candidate after which, PTI chief was welcomed with a huge applause.