President Ashraf Ghani telephones PM elect Imran Khan

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Moeed Pirzada in “Tonight with Moeed Pirzada” covered these topics:
• Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) party holds a plurality though not a majority of the votes. This was not a smooth election by any stretch, but one with charges of pre-poll rigging and media intimidation.
Pakistan’s major political parties, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP), along with many other regional parties, have alleged widespread irregularities in the polling process on July 25; and the PML-N rejected the results outright. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan released a statement that the Election Commission of Pakistan’s performance “leaves much to be desired� and noted that some polling stations were staffed by officials “biased toward a certain party.�
• The United States on Friday questioned the fairness of Wednesday’s elections in Pakistan adding that it shared the concerns expressed by the European Union and the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.
• Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has invited PM-elect Imran Khan to visit Kabul.�The Afghan president telephoned Imran and congratulated him over his victory in the 2018 General Election,�