He urged India to stop propagating "venomous propaganda" against Pakistan.
Almost a day after Pakistan voted for its new government on Wednesday, the citizens of that country are awaiting an official announcement from the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), regarding the general assembly's outcome. There was no immediate reaction from PML-N to Khan's broadcast.
Heaping praises on Pakistan's all-weather ally China, Khan said that he wants to works towards success of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), adding that the country should learn from the latter how to eradicate poverty and corruption.
Khan also said that he is appointed with the Indian media for portraying him as a "villain" in the past few weeks.
"I came into politics because I wanted make Pakistan a country that Jinnah had envisioned. The situation in Kashmir, what people of Kashmir have seen in 30 years.their human rights have been violated, which was bound to happen if armed forces enter urban areas anywhere in the world, human-rights violations happen and people of Kashmir have suffered a lot", Imran Khan said.
Other major parties also alleged fraud, including the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), whose chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari echoed the PML-N's claim that party representatives were barred from monitoring the count.
"There are serious allegations of tampering and interference for virtually all parties except the PTI".
"I am the Pakistani, who believes that if our relations improve, it will benefit the entire region". Khan said female pregnancy mortality rate was one of the highest in Pakistan and the highest number of children die in the court of drinking dirty water. "Accountability will begin from us and then trickle down". "So count me concerned", Ayres said.
'Army-backed' Imran Khan set to be Pakistan Prime Minister
In a speech peppered with populist pledges, Khan promised to create jobs for the poor and said he would turn the palatial prime minister's official residence in the capital into an education facility instead of living in it. "It is a big shock to Pakistan's democratic process". Though, even that has been put in doubt by "some very troubling accounts" of electoral tampering and manipulation, he said.
With about half the votes counted, Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), or Pakistan Movement for Justice, had a wide lead in the Muslim-majority nation, the country's election commission said.
It ensures that regardless of who wins the election, there is unlikely to be any great deviation from the military's policies and priorities in domestic and foreign affairs, he said.
Khan's position on the US is far more hawkish than former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, noted Moeed Yusuf, from US Institute of Peace.
- He said that he is a Pakistani who has traveled through India the most thanks to his cricketing career.
Requesting the ECP to extend the polling time, under section 70 of the Election Act 2017, the PML-N has said that "we are receiving complaints on a large scale nationwide and PML-N would appreciate if this demand of the voters is accepted".
This time it made it publicly known that it favored Khan in general elections, but did not interfere in the elections itself, he said in response to a question.