ok - your pictures are correct and you are on the correct way to setting it up.
your choke opener is there to allow a slight trickle of air in as the engine starts, meaning, even when you have the choke pulled in the dashboard, the opener will release it about 3mm to allow some air into the carb, otherwise it will stall, the reason for a slow release in there is to prevent the plate snapping under full vacuum, it can bend.
In some cars there is an additional spring loaded trap door in the choke plate to do this job. And this item is usually called choke breaker.
the top most picture you posted - has one vacuum line in primary throat of the carb mount - that is the PCV line that goes to the oil cap. (Ensure oil cap is clean and not blocked and is correct style too - diesel and turbo models have different oil cap)
the BVSV in your engine can be for different items - does your engine have EGR or electric thermostatic plate in the air cleaner housing?
please do add the ground strap to the alternator and inspect the main charging cable, if its twisted and taped together, please replace it. And make sure to use a fuse on the positive battery connection, The G11 used fusible link wire - its basically a wire 4 AWG sizes smaller - this acts like a fuse if the main wire dead shorts to earth (hint = mehran still uses the same system) Some G100 have a fusible wire and some had an actual fusebox hanging off the main battery terminal with a 40A fuse.
The original wiring is super thin and taped (el cheapo extreme) - replace it with good wire and cover it in the nylon tubing you see on better cars, tape it up nicely (use electric tape without the glue, you can remove the glue with some nail polish remover, you can seal the ends of the loom with self fusing tape so it does not let the wrap go.
you can go GM (General Motors) on it, just use about 4 inches of tape on the ends of the nylon tubing to lock it to the wires and leave the rest alone.
make sure to tie the loom to the manual bending clamp which is under the intake manifold - you can buy it from nut/bolt spare part shop (called wiring fitting patti - jenyan wali)