Pudhari Online Desk: The results of elections for Pakistan National Parliament and Provincial Assemblies have been declared. The state of power struggle continues to be tense between whichever party gets the absolute majority. Imran Khan’s supporting opposition candidates have fielded 93 Jagan Singh Aghadi. Nawaz Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League (N) (PMLN) is in second place with 75 seats, while Bilawal Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) is in third place with 54 seats. Meanwhile, discussions are on about forming an alliance between Nawaz Sharif and Bilawal Bhutto to establish the government. Today (Dec.12) the picture clearly shows the potential of Sharif-Bhutto alliance. ‘India Today’ reports that both parties are in principle agreeing on the establishment of an Aghadi government to save the country from political instability. (Nawaz Sharif, Bilawal Bhutto alliance likely)
Sharif-Bhutto Sarsawale to get support for Apakhsha
It has been announced that opposition candidate Nawaz Sharif’s party will join the Pakistan Muslim League (N) (PMLN). Whether Imran Khan or Pakshala has decided to bring such a large number of people to power, he is either questioning or declaring his candidacy. The parties of Nawaz Sharif and Bilawal Bhutto are trying to defeat the opposition candidates. Till now, the victorious candidate of PTI supported by Imran Khan party in Lahore along with Wasim Qadir party and the newly elected candidate have joined the PMLN. Wasim Qadir, speaking in the middle, said.
Sharif-Bhutto’s political cooperation is unanimous in principle
Pakistan Muslim League (N) and Pakistan Peoples Party agreed in principle on the issue of state cooperation. In the meeting, there was a detailed discussion on the overall situation in the country and future government cooperation. The leaders agreed to cooperate politically. The country will achieve political stability, Nawaz Sharif’s side has made a request.
Sharifanshi discussion of ‘MQM’ in Karachi
Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Paksanehi Yandachaya performed well in the elections in Karachi. Ya Pakshaya 17 candidate’s victory is over. The parties have discussed with Nawaz Sharif to establish power. The decision of either party will be important in deciding the future of the next government in Pakistan. 169 numbers are required to prove majority in the Pakistan National Assembly.
These independents include 3 MNAs who won 2002 polls on PPP tickets and joined PPP-Patriot to support PML-Q
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