It's not as if any of the rival parties have congratulated Khan for a race well won.
Amidst this, if Modi attends the swearing-in of Imran who has the strong backing of the Pakistan Army, it may lead to the peace talks. The losing parties typically cry foul, hold their nose and then step into parliament.
Pakistan's military deployed more than 371,000 soldiers for the 2018 elections, more than it has ever done before, and the results showed.
Meanwhile the parties defeated in the July 25 elections said they would ally against the "stolen mandate" of Mr Khan.
Western governments have been watching closely.
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Heather Nauert, spokeswoman for the US State Department, said Washington agreed with the EU's observation that "positive changes to the legal framework for elections in Pakistan" were eclipsed by "restrictions on freedom of expression and unequal campaign opportunities".
Sporting relations between the two countries have taken a hit and the Indian government has maintained that resumption of ties will not be possible until cross-border terrorism persists.
In a nation obsessed with cricket, Khan cleverly leveraged his star status to transition into a career in politics, founding the PTI, otherwise known as the Justice Party, in 1996. Some of the smaller religious parties are threatening street protests if the poll is not re-run.
"Perhaps D-Chowk area may be the right place to do it", he said, referring to Islamabad's famous D-Chowk where the party had staged its 126-day sit-in in 2014 against alleged rigging in the 2013 general elections. The National Assembly has 272 seats in total but two have been postponed and results of two are awaited.
The MQM's loss of its political base in Karachi is a major blow to the party, and the failure of even the breakaway Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) to win a single national seat also suggests politics may be changing in Pakistan's largest city.
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Imran Khan is trying to form a coalition government that would put his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party in charge.
Other than the parties, 13 independent candidates also won their seats.
On Saturday, Khan's party sounded supremely confident. The PTI also claims to be closing in on forming the government in Punjab, the country's largest province.
PM Modi is likely to be invited to Pakistan on August 11.
The biggest loser in these elections has been the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, the former governing party that saw its parliamentary power reduced to 64 seats.
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The party of jailed ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif initially rejected the so far incomplete results, but by Friday its leaders appeared to accept that Khan would be the next prime minister.