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Pakistan

Nawaz invites former allies to help form new govt

  • Party is currently lagging behind independents in race to get majority NA seats
Published February 9, 2024

Nawaz Sharif, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo, has officially extended an invite to former allies to help form the next government in the backdrop of his party’s trailing position in the National Assembly seats.

“I congratulate you all since PML-N has emerged as the single largest party in this election,” said Nawaz as he began his address.

“We have to save Pakistan. I offer you all to come and help us form the next government. Shehbaz Sharif has been tasked to talk to (Asif Ali) Zardari and others including MQM-P.”

The development comes after the fifth largest democracy voted for its next government on Thursday. However, delay in election results led to criticism on the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) that had earlier announced to announce the results by Thursday night.

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Riazuddin Feb 09, 2024 07:54pm
Nawaz can make business friendly government.
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test Feb 09, 2024 08:26pm
Congrats to the new govt of PMLN but i think coalition govt is always bad idea Just four advises: Never go to any country for loan Nawaz must start CPEC again Never go to IMF Start Local Manufacturing
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KU Feb 09, 2024 09:14pm
It makes sense, birds of NRO will always flock together. If they do manage to form government, Pakistan and people will lose hope for future. Can we afford this circus soap opera again and again?
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DocAsad Feb 09, 2024 09:44pm
It may not be the first time I gave vote.. But certainly the last time.... Wasted people money on election.... Now ladla will further loot and divide this country Thank you company
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Ash Chak Feb 09, 2024 11:16pm
“I congratulate you all since PML-N has emerged as the single largest party in this election,” said Nawaz. LOL.
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