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Shujaat Hussain Meets Zardari to Confer the Punjab Caretaker Regime

PML-Q Shujaat calls Zardari for the talks on Punjab caretaker setup.

Asif Ali Zardari and Shujaat Hussain allegedly glanced at the political environment in Punjab after the assembly was abolished, based on an official statement. To examine the caretaker arrangement in Punjab, the two leaders also spoke with top Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) officials.

Moreover, the PML-Q leader congratulated Zardari on the Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) triumph in the second round of Sindh’s local elections.

Both Chaudry Salik Hussain and Chaudry Shafay Hussain, federal ministers, were also present at the meeting, the release claimed.

Parvez Elahi, the leader of the PML-Q, on the other hand, revealed three nominees for a temporary chief minister of Punjab after meeting with Imran Khan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

Elahi stated that they had nominated Ahmed Nawaz Sakhera, Naseer Ahmed Khan, and Nasir Saeed Khosa for the position of caretaker chief minister of Punjab. He further say that one of these three names would be pick upon soon.

Resolving the Punjab Assembly:

After Baligh Ur Rehman, the governor declined to sign the summary issue for abolishing the parliament, the Punjab Assembly dissolve on Saturday.

As stipulated in the Constitution, the assembly dissolves within 48 hours regardless of the governor’s choice, and Elahi, who will serve as CM until a caretaker cabinet is constitute, forwarded the summary of dissolution last week.

Rehman, a PML-N member, decided against commencing the dissolution process and instead opted to let the Constitution run its course.

He tweeted, “I’ve made the decision not to participate in the actions that will disband the Punjab Assembly. The Constitution and the law should be permitt to run their course, in my perspective.”

Rehman sought the creation of a caretaker administration in letters to the Punjab Assembly’s leader of the opposition, Hamza Shahbaz, and the state’s chief minister, Elahi, after the assembly was dissolve.

 

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