PM-in-waiting Khan cleared on ballot secrecy

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Meanwhile, the Election Commission of Pakistan, on Thursday, accepted the apologies tendered by Mr Khan, National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief minister Pervez Khattak and Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman for using indecent language during their election campaigns. He also expressed concern over alleged human rights violations in the Valley, Pakistani media reported.

When it comes to humanitarian issues, India and Pakistan are not so actively engaged, however, the government has responded positively to Pakistan's decision on the release of Indian prisoners and fishermen on 13th August on the eve of Imran Khan's swearing.

The PTI party earlier said that Khan did not violate any election rules. In fact, this has been said that Bisaria is soon going to outline India's case for tougher action by Islamabad against India specific terror groups such as LeT and JeM.

PTI chairman Imran Khan, whose party secured 116 general seats in the National Assembly in the July 25 polls, is set to become the country's next prime minister.

According to details, the Indian high commissioner called on Pakistan's prime minister-elect Khan at his Bani Gala residence in Islamabad on Friday, and congratulated him on his party's victory in the recently-held elections.

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Central Additional Information Secretary Faisal Javed Khan said that Indian cricket legends Sunil Gavaskar, Kapil Dev, Navjot Singh Sidhu have been invited to prime minister-in-waiting Khan's oath-taking ceremony.

PTI on Monday had formally announced Khan as the new Pakistan Prime Ministerial candidate.

The Indian high commissioner said that a telephonic conversation between Imran Khan and Indian PM Narendra Modi had a given a hope to both the countries.

"India is confident that relations with Pakistan will take a turn for the positive", the Dawn quoted Bisaria as saying.

In the same tweet he said the United States has been rewarded with "nothing but lies and deceit" for "foolishly" giving Pakistan more than $33 billion in aid in the past 15 years.

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