After the elections in Pakistan, there is a possibility of forming a Khichdi government there. This is because no party has got a clear majority to form the government and manipulation is going on here. Meanwhile, after poor performance in the February 8 elections, PML-N seems to be in action, although it is far behind Imran Khan’s PTI. PTI seems to be leading in this election with 93 seats. According to Pakistani media, Nawaz Sharif’s party PML-N, which has about 75 seats in the National Assembly, has presented the idea of ’coalition government’. Earlier there were reports that Sharif had the support of the army.
Former Law Minister Azam Nazir Tarar termed this entire electoral process as ‘Hobson’s Choice’. He said that while no political party had secured a majority in the National Assembly, the elections were ‘fair’. Let us tell you that the concept regarding Pakistan elections has been that here the Prime Minister is not elected but is selected. It is believed that the Pakistani Army has influence in elections and only the person it wants comes to power.
Everyone should come together to form a coalition government
PML-N leader and former law minister Azam Nazir Tarar spoke to the media after a meeting of top party leaders at Jatiya Umrah. Further strategy was prepared in this meeting. The former minister said that PML-N has started talks with its former allies to form the government at the Centre. He said that there is a possibility of forming the (federal) government only with the support of PML-N. This will be a participatory coalition government. It is in the larger interest of the country that everyone should join hands to form a federal government.
After the fractured mandate in the general elections of Pakistan, political parties have intensified their efforts to form a coalition government.
Voting for the general elections in Pakistan was held on 8 February.
The final results of the general elections have been declared, in which independent candidates supported by jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party have won 93 seats.
Three-time former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has emerged as the largest party in the Technical Parliament by winning 75 seats.
Bilawal Zardari Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has got 54 seats.
Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P), the group of Urdu-speaking people who came from India during partition, has got 17 seats.
Other small parties have won the remaining 12 seats.
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