Pakistan President Arif Alvi says citizens shouted out loud their will in election

Feb 11, 2024

Islamabad: Pakistan President Dr. Arif Alvi specially told the voters on Sunday women And the youth “not only spoke but loudly expressed their will” in the general elections and urged all political parties and institutions to “respect and recognize” the huge mandate. citizens, Alvi was a senior member of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party before former Prime Minister Imran Khan made him the country's president in 2018.
“I must congratulate the people of Pakistan, especially women, for coming out in large numbers, braving all pressures and standing up for democracy. The youth deserve special mention, and I am proud to participate and decide to take charge of the country.” I praise him for this.” in the voting process peacefully,” Alvi wrote on X, three days after the General It ended, resulting in a hung parliament.
“He has placed his faith in democracy. This faith is very precious, it will write history and should be recognised,” the President, known for his pro-PTI actions in the past, said in a post.
He said that a true mandate is necessary to come out of the serious financial crisis facing Pakistan so that the country can take difficult decisions to rectify and overcome the bitterness of the past.
“My faith in our brilliant future has been strengthened because the people have not only spoken but expressed their will,” the dentist-turned-politician wrote.
He urged politicians, various parties and Pakistani institutions to “respect and recognize this huge mandate of the citizens”, apparently hinting that they would like to see jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan's PTI join the government as independent candidates. should be allowed to be made, most of which are supported by the party. Won 101 seats in the National Assembly.
“Come my people, rise up, unite, put everything together, repair and build. The world is waiting for you,” Alvi, 74, said.
The three main political parties in Pakistan on Sunday stepped up their efforts to form a coalition government as it became clear that the cash-strapped country would face a hung parliament after the general elections.
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has announced the results of 264 out of 265 seats of the 266-member National Assembly.
Meanwhile, PTI leader Gauhar Khan also claimed that his party will form the government but analysts believe that this is not possible.
Gauhar on Saturday claimed that President Alvi will invite his party to form the government as it has secured majority in the National Assembly.
Khan, 71, a cricketer-turned-politician and founding chairman of PTI, is behind bars and has been barred from contesting elections. PTI candidates are contesting the elections as independents as they were not allowed to use the party's election symbol – the cricket 'bat'.

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