The Pakistan former ruling party Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) decides to not form a coalition government with PMLN and PPP. According to PTI chairman Barrister Gohar Khan, they are in a position to establish a government at the Federal.
Hence, PTI decides to not form a coalition government with their major political rivals, PPP and PMLN. Barrister Gohar further said they are not in contact with the PPP or the PMLN.
He said that the PTI is winning 150 seats in the National Assembly and will have enough seats to establish a government at the Federal level. They will form the government at the Federal and Punjab on their own without allying with PPP and PMLN.
Furthermore, he said that PTI had a commanding advantage in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and would form the KPK government. PTI will remain in Parliament and play its role. Independent candidates are members of the PTI and will not join any party against party orders due to concerns about horse trading.
His declarations came shortly after PMLN senior leader Ishaq Dar said that independent candidates who win the 2024 general elections had contacted their party. He claimed while giving an interview to Geo News that the independents have contacted them. They will join any party within the next 72 hours under the Constitution.
Ishaq stated that the PMLN cannot force anyone to join the party. However, independent candidates are approaching them who want to join their party.
However, according to recent elections 2024 results, PTI is leading with 90 seats while PMLN is falling behind with 61 seats for the National Assembly.
Generally, there are 342 seats in the National Assembly. The 266 seats of them have to be filled by direct elections. Any party needed to form the ruling government has to secure 165 seats for the National Assembly.
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