Imran Khan declares victory in elections, promises ‘Naya Pakistan’

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As the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)  is well ahead in the general election winning majority of the national and provincial seats, its chairman Imran Khan has promised to deliver to the common people and not resort to retaliatory measures against his political rivals.

While giving a victory speech, the cricket star turned politician said that in his “new Pakistan” accountability will begin from him and his electoral representatives. “We will set a precedence of supremacy of law.”

“We will introduce a system of law which will be applicable to everyone alike.” “We will build the institutions that will rectify the system of governance of the country,” he added.

“Investment will not come to Pakistan unless the system of governance in Pakistan is rectified,” Imran asserted.

The PTI chief promised to open probe into any electoral constituency following the general elections, as requested.

Imran further said that “we will run this country like it has never been run before”, and added that he pledges to guard the wealth and taxes of the people. He also said he will not live in the Prime Minister’s house but a simple, non-extravagant residence.