ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday felicitated the British counterpart Boris Johnson for his success in the UK General Elections. In a tweet, he also wished to working with him and continuing the cooperation between the two countries. Earlier, British PM Boris Johnson won a resounding election victory on Friday that will allow him to end three years of political paralysis and take Britain out of the European Union within weeks. The Brexit divorce represents Britain’s biggest political and economic gamble since World War Two, cutting the world’s fifth largest economy adrift from the vast trading bloc and testing the integrity of the United Kingdom. For Johnson, who had faced gridlock in parliament and focused his campaign on a vow to “Get Brexit Done”, victory was a vindication. “The people of this country have given us tonight a huge great stonking mandate,” he told activists at Conservative Party headquarters, according to a recording published by Buzzfeed.“They’ve given us this mandate of course because they want us to do one thing, which you all know, they want us to get Brexit done.” Nearly half a century after Britain joined the EU, Johnson faces the challenge of striking new international trade deals, preserving London’s position as a top global financial capital and keeping the United Kingdom together. That last goal was looking more challenging as the election results rolled in, with Scotland voting for a nationalist party that wants an independence referendum, and Irish nationalists performing strongly in Northern Ireland. At least 15 Pakistan-born candidates have clinched victory in recently held election in United Kingdom. According to details, Conservative Party’s Sajid Javid has returned as the MP for Bromsgrove and increased his already majority by 6,533 votes. Labour Party’s Naz Shah has claimed victory for consecutive third time from Bradford West while Khalid Mahmood has also retained his seat as Birmingham MP. Meanwhile, Labour Party’s Yasmin Qureshi has managed to hold on to Bolton South East whereas Conservative candidate Rehman Chishti and Labour’s Imran Hussain have also won elections in their respective constituencies. Labour Party candidates Zara Sultana and Tahir Ali have bagged votes in Coventry South and Birmingham Hall Green respectively. Moreover, success was also faced by Saqib Bhatti in Meridian.