Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Monday sought all-out support of allied parties in the election of prime minister, speaker and deputy speaker of the National Assembly.
Imran Khan was speaking at a reception he hosted in honour of the parliamentarians of the PTI and allied parties.
He reiterated his promise to open to audit results of all constituencies where the PML-N believes elections were rigged.
Mr Khan thanked all allied parties for their support to the PTI.
“I will give maximum time to parliament and will reply questions of the members,” he said.
Earlier, PTI spokesman Fawad Chaudhry said Mr Khan had decided to take minimum security as prime minister.
“Following his commitment regarding austerity, Imran Khan has decided to cut down prime minister’s security protocol,” said PTI spokesman Fawad Chaudhry. He said the protocol of federal ministers would also be reduced.
At present, the Prime Minister Secretariat has 80 vehicles, including 23 bullet-proof cars, and choppers. “Controlling the government’s expenditures is one of the main goals of Imran Khan,” he added.