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Shahbaz Sharif became the new Prime Minister of Pakistan, may take oath tonight at 8 pm, Bhutto may also get a place in the cabinet

New Delhi | Shahbaz Sharif Pakistan New PM: Finally, the political upheaval that has been going on in Pakistan for the last several days has come to an end. Pakistan has got a new Wazir-e-Ala. Today the National Assembly has elected Shahbaz Sharif as the new Prime Minister of the country. On the other hand, all the MPs of Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf resigned from their posts.

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Tonight at 8 o’clock the oath of office of the Prime Minister can be taken
Shahbaz Sharif Pakistan New PM: If the news is to be believed, after being elected the Prime Minister of Pakistan in the National Assembly, Shahbaz Sharif can take oath as the Prime Minister at 8 pm on Monday. It is reported that Bilawal Bhutto can also take oath as the foreign minister in his cabinet. Voting took place in the Pakistani Parliament for the election of the new Prime Minister, in which Shahbaz Sharif, the President of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, was made the candidate for the Prime Minister of Pakistan and after the voting, Sharif was announced to be the PM.

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no action will be taken against anyone
Let us tell you that, before being elected as the Prime Minister, Sharif said that, we will not encourage vendetta politics at all, unnecessary action will not be taken against anyone. However, 6 close relatives of Imran Khan are not allowed to leave the country without permission.

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Bikram Singh Sidhu

Advocate Bikram Singh Sidhu is a Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.com who covers latest trending, politics, business, technology news and updates.
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