"May Allah bless your future life with lots of happiness", tweeted Shah Mahmood Qureshi, the deputy chairman of Khan's opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e- Insaf (PTI) party.
Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervaiz Khattak and PTI leader Jahangir Khan Tareen were also present at the meeting, according to a statement issued by PTI on its official twitter account.
In January, there were reports that Pakistani politician Imran Khan had married Bushra Maneka after news surfaced on social media.
The political secretary of the PTI chief, Awn Chaudry has attended the ceremony, earlier, he outrightly denied and also dismissed the notion that the Nikkah took place. The "nikah" was performed by Mufti Saeed, a member of the party's core committee, in presence of witnesses.
Earlier, Reham Khan, ex-wife of Imran, had also claimed that Imran had remarried. This is Imran Khan's third marriage.He had first tied the knot with Jemima Khan on May 16, 1995 that ended in divorce after nine years on June 22, 2004. However, it wasn't a successful marriage as the bonding lasted or only 10 months. Several leading newspapers of the world including Daily Mail and Gulf News also gave special coverage to Imran's third marriage.
A photo of the couple released by PTI showed Khan, 65, wearing a dark blazer over a traditional white shalwar kameez, while Watto is clad head-to-feet in a grey robe with a red veil covering her face. Imran Khan's tied for the know for the second time in his life with a TV anchor Reham Khan.
Bushra Maneka is in her 40s, and belongs to the Wattoo clan, of which the Manekas are a sub-clan.
Omar Ayub, the grandson of former president Ayub Khan, announced the decision after meeting Imran Khan at Bani Gala.
Shafqat Mehmood wished the couple "all the best". She is a resident of Pakpatan district, some 250 km from Lahore, which is known for the shrine of Baba Farid Ganj Shakar.