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Imran warns against ‘misadventure’ in forming govt

Claims two-thirds majority in message from jail
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan thanked voters for giving his party two-thirds majority in the National Assembly on Tuesday.

A post on his X account said that the message was transmitted from jail through his family.

“I express my heartfelt gratitude to the people of Pakistan for entrusting PTI with a resounding 2/3rd majority,” the message said.

“It was heartening to see the massive turnout. The families voting together, including women and children—truly exemplified the essence of democracy.”

The former prime minister also appreciated the efforts of the party’s social media team for ’staying ahead of the curves. He also commended the ‘resilient’ polling agents who had secured form-45 in each polling station.

“As the people of Pakistan have clearly pronounced their verdict, there is a dire need for democracy and fairness in Pakistan’s elections. I warn against the misadventure of forming a government with stolen votes,” the message said.

Khan also warned that not respecting the peoples’ mandate could lead to a downward spiral.

The message comes on the same day after his party announced an alliance with MWM in Punjab and centre.

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