Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): One of the senior aides of Imran Khan, the former and imprisoned Prime Minister of Pakistan, has warned that independent candidates supporting Khan are planning to form a government.
On Saturday, February 10, he asked his supporters to start a "peaceful march" if the final results of the elections are not announced.
Guhar Ali Khan, the leader of Tehreek-e-Insaf and Imran Khan's lawyer requested all the "institutions" of Pakistan to respect the wishes of this party.
He said in a press conference that if the full results of the elections are not announced, the supporters of this party will start their peaceful protests in front of government institutions from yesterday (Sunday, February 11).
In addition, hundreds of supporters of Tehreek-e-Insaf party held a demonstration in Peshawar city in the northwest of this country led by two of Imran Khan's assistants.
State and parliamentary elections were held in Pakistan with a population of 241 million people on Thursday last week, but the final result has not been announced yet.
The delay in announcing the results of Pakistan's parliamentary elections has made the concerns about the political situation of this country intensify.
Imran Khan and Nawaz Sharif, the former prime ministers of Pakistan, declared themselves the winners of the elections two days ago.
According to yesterday's estimates, Imran Khan's allies are in the lead in this election by winning 101 seats.
On the other hand, the Nawaz branch of Muslim League has won 71 seats and the "People of Pakistan" party led by Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of Benazir Bhutto, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, has won 53 seats.