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Hamza Shahbaz takes oath as CM Punjab

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Hamza Shehbaz took oath as the Chief Minister of Punjab province, a day after he was re-elected to the post by just three votes. The run-off election for the post of Punjab Chief Minister was held in the Punjab Assembly on Friday, in line with the instructions of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Countrywide demonstrations were held late Friday night across Pakistan by the supporters of ousted PM Imran Khan.
4 months ago

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