Imran's swearing-in as PM celebrated in Bajaur.
KHAR -- The local Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf activists on Saturday celebrated the swearing-in of party chief Imran Khan as the country's prime minister.
Special cake-cutting ceremonies were held in several parts of Bajaur tribal district, while sweets were distributed among people.
The ceremonies were attended by party workers, especially youths and students, in large numbers.
The participants hailed Imran Khan's election as prime minister and said he would turn Pakistan into a developed country.
They said August 18 was a historic day for them and the country as their leader (Imran Khan) had taken oath of office as the prime minister.
The participants said they were confident that Imran Khan and his government would bring real, positive changes in the people's lives, especially those living in tribal districts, through massive socioeconomic reforms.
They said the PTI's would be the most people-friendly government in the country's history as it would ensure provide the people with equal rights and social justice.
The participants claimed that PM Imran Khan would develop tribal districts to bring them on par with modern cities of the country.
They later performed traditional dance and sang local songs to celebrate Imran Khan's swearing-in as the prime minister.