ISLAMABAD: On Wednesday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf spokesperson Naeem-ul-Haque said that delegated prime minister Imran Khan will reside at the Punjab House chief minister annexe after taking oath.
Speaking to the media in the federal capital, Haque said he had visited the Punjab House chief minister annexe at Imran’s behest. “Imran will reside at the annexe during the week and go to his personal residence over the weekends,” he said.
In his first speech after PTI stood victorious in the July 25 polls, Imran had said he was likely to turn the Prime Minister House into an educational institute. “Our government will decide what we will do with the PM House. We want to turn it into an educational or public institution,” he had said.