"The oath-taking ceremony will take place at President's House and the total number of guests won't be more than a few hundred", said Chaudhry, talking to the media with Senator Faisal Javed.
The report stated that, Khan was first summoned on July 18, but the case was pushed after he filed an application to the accountability body seeking more time citing his unavailability due to campaigning for the general elections.
Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan, expected to be sworn in as Pakistan's new premier next week, on Friday called for the resumption of dialogue with India on all outstanding issues, including Kashmir.
An affidavit and a written reply was submitted by PTI chairman's counsel Babar Awan, however the apology was dismissed by the four member bench of the election commission led by Cheif Election Commisiioner Sardar Muhammad Raza.
Thronged by supporters and cameras, Khan appeared on multiple TV channels stamping his ballot paper in a polling station in the capital Islamabad, where he defeated former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.
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Take them immediately to the banks and convert them into liras. It is wrong to try to punish Turkey for a priest who is here. Calling on the US, Erdogan said: "It is a shame".
On July 30, the ECP had sought a written reply from Khan, who has been nominated by the PTI as the next Prime Minister after the party emerged as the largest in the National Assembly in the election. When Mr Khan asked staff for instructions, he was told how to cast his vote, he was quoted as saying by The News.
After the ECP decision, the victory notification of Imran Khan for NA-53 would be issued soon. Following the triumph, the 65-year-old veteran was also crowned as the Honourable Prime Minister of the nation.
According to Section 185 of the Election Act, a person can be given a six-month jail sentence and/or fine of Rs 1,000 for not casting their vote in secrecy.
Khan won all five National Assembly constituencies he contested from in the polls.
Khan brings charisma and worldwide name recognition, but running the country will take considerable statecraft from his relatively inexperienced party.