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President Arif Alvi is taking oath of Caretaker Prime Minister and his cabinet in Pakistan.- India TV Hindi

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President Arif Alvi is taking oath of caretaker prime minister and his cabinet in Pakistan.

A different movement has been going on in the politics of neighboring Pakistan for the past several months. From the movement of former Prime Minister Imran Khan to his shooting and subsequent imprisonment in a corruption case, the resignation of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on 12 August and the dissolution of the entire government on 12 August, the return of former Prime Minister Imran Khan. There are discussions. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is, after all, telling a new story. No one knows what will happen to this Pakistan in the future. But after the resignation of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, now Pakistan has got a caretaker Prime Minister. Pakistan’s newly nominated Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar is acting as Caretaker till the conduct of general elections and the appointment of a new Prime Minister. At this time in Pakistan, not only the Prime Minister but also his entire cabinet has become a caretaker.

Kakar and his 18-member cabinet, which was sworn in on Thursday, aim to steer the cash-strapped country until general elections and ensure a smooth transition of power. The official broadcasting organization ‘Radio Pakistan’ said in its news that President Arif Alvi took oath from the caretaker cabinet. Former foreign secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani has been appointed as foreign minister, Sarfaraz Bugti as interior minister, Shamshad Akhtar as finance minister, Lt. Gen. (retd) Anwar Ali Haider as defense minister and senior journalist Murtaza Solangi as information minister. Apart from this, ministers of other ministries also took oath. Pakistan’s National Assembly was dissolved on 9 August, ending the tenure of the Shehbaz Sharif-led government and paving the way for a caretaker government.

Elections may be held in the next 3 months.

Pakistan’s general elections are expected to be held in the next 90 days, but could take longer if the Election Commission draws up delimitations based on the new census. On the other hand, looking at the situation in Pakistan, there is no scope for conducting clean and transparent elections. That is why America has shown the possibility of rigging and anarchy during the elections in Pakistan. But the newly appointed Prime Minister has assured the US to conduct fair and transparent elections in Pakistan. (language)

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