Infostani Sources- Following the announcement of the election schedule, political parties have actively engaged in discussions for election alliances. The People’s Party, ANP, and Qaumi Watan Party have approached JUI for seat adjustments in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. People’s Party co-chairman Asif Zardari has instructed his party to refrain from forming an electoral alliance with Tehreek-e-Insaaf. Instead, the People’s Party, ANP, and Qaumi Watan Party will hold joint talks with JUI at Mufti Mahmood Center in Peshawar today.
JUI has conducted two rounds of negotiations with PML-N, with a third round expected. The party has expressed openness to negotiations with all political parties. Asif Zardari met with Governor KP Ghulam Ali and JUI leaders at Governor House Peshawar, discussing election strategies and ticket distribution. He directed the party leaders in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa not to align with PTI and emphasized that the provincial leadership would decide on alliances or seat adjustments with other parties.
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A delegation from the People’s Party, including former Federal Minister Hamid Saeed Kazmi and religious scholar Ahmad Saeed Kazmi, met with Asif Zardari at Zardari House Islamabad. Both Kazmi brothers announced their joining the People’s Party, and Asif Zardari congratulated them and their comrades. People’s Party Balochistan leaders Jamal Raisani and Fareed Raisani also discussed the political situation in Balochistan with Asif Zardari.
During his one-day visit to Turbat. Asif Zardari is anticipated to speak at a workers’ convention. With the possibility of prominent political figures joining the People’s Party. Meanwhile, the PPP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Parliamentary Board, chaired by Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Held a meeting to discuss the qualifications and information of ticket candidates. Bilawal Bhutto emphasized that incumbents should contest elections in constituencies where candidates did not appear, and final decisions on candidates from all constituencies would be made within a week. Bilawal Bhutto will conduct additional consultations with provincial organizations tomorrow upon his arrival in Lahore. This involves presenting a report on reaching out to aspirants who did not receive the (N) League ticket.