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Shahbaz Sharif took oath as the Prime Minister

Shahbaz Sharif took oath as the Prime Minister of Pakistan.

Muslim League (N) leader Shahbaz Sharif took oath as the 24th Prime Minister of Pakistan on Monday, a day after being elected as the Prime Minister for the second time.

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President Arif Alvi administered the oath to the Prime Minister in the President’s House.

Shahbaz Sharif’s brother, three-time former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, along with Muslim League-N leaders also participated in the event.

After the swearing-in ceremony, a guard of honor was presented to the newly sworn-in Prime Minister at the Prime Minister’s House.

Shahbaz Sharif became the 24th Prime Minister of Pakistan on Sunday in an event that hardly came as a surprise. He immediately tackled the country’s pressing issues and set his sights on the ambitious goal of joining Pakistan to the G20 club by 2030.

Twenty-four days after the country’s “disputed general election”, the newly appointed captain of the ship sailed to victory, resuming the throne after a brief absence from August 2023. His opponent, Umar Ayub, managed to secure a paltry 92 votes.

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The number to capture the Prime Ministership was 169.

The prime ministerial candidate of the newly-formed Etihad and president of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nation has resumed his post, which he held until August 2023, when the National Assembly re-elected for the third time in the country’s nearly seven years. Completed the year round.

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