Pakistan political crisis live

Pakistan political crisis live: Pakistan President Arif Alvi on Monday complained of “discomfort”, hours before he was scheduled to administer the oath to Prime Minister-designate Shehbaz Sharif. “President Dr. Arif Alvi has complained of discomfort. The physician has examined him thoroughly and has advised him to rest for a few days,” said a brief statement issued on the official Twitter handle of the 72-year-old President, who was a member of the ousted PM Imran Khan’s party. Stay with TOI for real-time updates on the issue

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Congratulations to H. E. Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on his election as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. India desi… https://t.co/uIR5Diqggu

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1649694872000

Shehbaz Sharif is to be administered the oath of PM by Chairman Senate. President Arif Alvi is not able to carry out the function. Ceremony to take place at 9.00 pm (PST) — 9.30 pm (IST)

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Pakistan President Arif Alvi on Monday complained of “discomfort”, hours before he was scheduled to administer the oath to Prime Minister-designate Shehbaz Sharif. “The physician has examined him thoroughly and has advised him to rest for a few days,” said a brief statement issued on the official Twitter handle of the 72-year-old President, who was a member of the ousted PM Imran Khan’s party.

Sharif vows reconciliation, revives economy

Sharif on Monday said his government would focus on reconciliation in a society polarised by his former leader Imran Khan’s policies and reviving a troubled economy. “The economic challenges are huge and we need to make a way out of these troubles. We will have to shed sweat and blood to revive the economy,” he said

Pakistan’s new government faces tough challenges, warn economists

Economists have warned that rising inflation would pose a major challenge for Pakistan’s incoming government and it would have to reverse so-called relief measures announced by the Imran Khan government. (ANI)

Shehbaz Sharif has termed ousted Imran Khan’s ‘foreign conspiracy ‘ claims a “drama”.

He was supposed to give the oath of office to new Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif

President Arif Alvi has complained of discomfort. The physician has examined him thoroughly and has advised him to rest for a few days.

Shehbaz Sharif Names China, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey as very close friends.

In a speech in parliament, Sharif also stressed the need for better relations with the United States as well as nuclear armed-rival India.

Pakistan’s prime minister-elect Shehbaz Sharif said on Monday that his government will speed up Beijing-backed projects in the country.

Pakistan’s new PM says he wants good relations with India

Pakistan’s friendship with China is unwavering: Sharif

The previous government damaged our valuable friendship with China: Sharif

We had become quiet on Kashmir – no one should have any doubt that China is Pakistan’s tried and tested friend – who has always sided with Pakistan and always treated us as its friend – our friendship is unwavering: Prime Minister-elect Shehbaz Sharif

 

 

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