PPP chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has advised PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif to “focus on Lahore” ahead of the February 8 general elections and try to rectify the party’s woes there. Aaj News It was reported on Tuesday.
The statement came as the former chief minister arrived in Quetta to strengthen alliances in each state.
“I think Nawaz was told that since difficulties were being created for the PML-N in Lahore, he was taking the pain of going to other states to find seats for himself.
“I would advise him to focus on Lahore and try to solve the problems there. “Maybe this will produce better results for him,” he said.
The PML-N has been corresponding with political parties in Sindh and is ostensibly attempting to unite against the PPP in the province.
In a recent meeting, the PML-N accepted the request of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) to support a constitutional reform proposal that would provide legal protection to local government and allow funds to be distributed to districts through a provincial finance commission. .
As a result, the PPP mostly attacked the MQM-P for calling for constitutional change and forewarned the PML-N not to expect loyalty from individuals who had abandoned its founder.
Bilawal’s statement came a day after he said people would surprise “planners” on February 8, when elections are due to take place in Pakistan.
“The people will respond on February 8 and will not accept any conspiracy,” he said.
Elections in Pakistan are scheduled to be held next year and the Supreme Court has ordered the government and the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the elections.
“If we come together, we will win,” he told the crowded meeting.
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