Imran Khan elected PTI chairperson unopposed at intra-party poll
Lahore, Mar. 21 : Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan was elected as the party chairperson unopposed, during their intra-party elections.
The intra-party elections, PTI has maintained, are part of the party's strategy to beat dynastic politics, reports The Express Tribune.
Khan had filed nomination papers for the slot. However, no other party official filed nomination papers to challenge Khan.
Khan's unopposed election was preceded by intra-party elections that were held across Punjab and in parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhawa in January and February.
Khan said there will be a two-term limit on anyone being head of his PTI, after the upcoming internal party polls to elect a chairperson.
Khan, while addressing a gathering of newly-elected party office bearers, said he would not be a lifetime head of the party because it is against democratic norms and values.