PM Shehbaz, Nawaz Sharif agree on holding elections at stipulated time
- Nawaz and Shehbaz agree that the coalition government will complete its constitutional term.
- The two leaders discussed changes in the Punjab government.
- Sources said that important appointments in November were also discussed during the meeting.
London: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Sunday met the leader of Muslim League (N) Nawaz Sharif in London in which both discussed various issues related to Pakistan including the timing of general elections.
Prime Minister Shehbaz reached Britain on Saturday. Attending the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II On Monday September 19 in the English capital where he will represent Pakistan.
Sources said Geo News The meeting of the Sharif brothers lasted for about three and a half hours. Despite the pressure, both PML-N leaders agreed that the next general elections in Pakistan should be held on schedule.
The brothers also agreed that the current coalition government would complete its constitutional term.
On the other hand, PTI Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan is repeatedly demanding the current government to announce the date of the elections, he says.Can’t wait much longerAnd if their demands are not met, they will “call the people”.
According to the sources, the two leaders discussed the changes in the Punjab government in the meeting and for this purpose the name of Hamza Shehbaz was also considered among the other possible candidates for the Chief Minister of the province.
Sources said that important appointments in November were also discussed during the meeting.
Despite being based in London Defense Minister Khawaja Asif And Communication and Broadcasting Minister Maryam Aurangzeb did not attend this important meeting. When questioned about this, Asif said that he had only come to London to meet his party leader Nawaz Sharif.
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