Imran Khan claimed his party's victory in 2024 General elections

Former prime minister and PTI founder Imran Khan on Friday claimed that his party has won the elections by securing a two-thirds majority in the National Assembly.

“You have laid foundation to real democracy in Pakistan by voting for us. I congratulate all of you for winning the elections 2024,” Imran said in his victory speech, generated by AI.

“I had complete faith that all of you would come out to vote. The massive turnout has surprised everyone. London plan has failed because of your votes. Nawaz Sharif has given victory speech despite being behind in at least 30 constituencies [in NA].”

He said that no one in Pakistan will accept his speech and even the international media is writing against it.

“As per independent sources, we were winning in 150 constituencies before the rigging began. As per Form-45, we have won over 170 seats [out of the total 265],” the former premier claimed.

He said that the people of Pakistan have created history. “I thank the Almighty that he has made us into a nation. No one can stop us now from flying high. Celebrate this moment and offer prayers,” he added.

“Despite the continuous atrocities for the past two years, we have successfully won the 2024 elections with a two-thirds majority.”

Imran said that everyone has now seen the power of votes, urging all to protect it.

PTI spokesperson Raoof Hasan has said that despite “political engineering” to keep his party out of the government, the PTI registered a “moral victory” amid allegations of tampering.

“We have won the election. They can try as much to take it from us through tampering, but we have established moral victory,” he said in a press conference.

He noted that post-election, PTI will exercise all legal options including going to the tribunal courts and superior courts.

“We are not taking this tampering lightly, we won’t accept it,” Hasan asserted. “We will fight it to the end.”

PTI leader Asad Qaiser has said that his party is looking at various options regarding the formation of government and will come to a decision tomorrow.

“We are trying to form our government in the Federation, Punjab, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,” he said in an interview on Geo News.

“We had a meeting and are also trying to discuss with Imran Khan. Then we will go through our options” he added.

Qaiser stated: “We are also seriously thinking about our party’s intra-party election. We will also refer to the court over this. Let’s see which option suits us.”

When asked if independents can form a coalition government with the PPP, Qaiser said: “The most important thing is that all this is a drama. The way Bilawal made speeches (targeting Nawaz Sharif) and now they are having meetings.”

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