Infostani Sources- The Muslim League-N and Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party (IPP) agreed on seat adjustments during high-level discussions regarding the upcoming general elections. Key representatives, including IPP Patron Chief Jahangir Tareen and Aoon Chaudhry, engaged with PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif in Model Town, where prominent figures like Rana Sanaullah Khan and Sardar Ayaz Sadiq were also present. During the meeting, both parties reached a preliminary agreement on seat adjustments, with further rounds of discussions scheduled to determine the specific constituencies, such as Lahore, Sahiwal, Lodhran, Rahim Yar Khan, and others, where seat adjustments might occur.
Decisions about mutual support in different constituencies will be finalized in subsequent meetings. Speaking to the media at Party Seeker Trait Model Town. Rana Sanaullah expressed confidence in securing a majority in the general elections set for February 8. He predicted that PML-N would win over 100 seats in Punjab, historically forming a majority government. While keeping the option of an electoral alliance open in Punjab, Sanaullah conveyed the party’s intent to attempt to form a national government. Seeking collaboration from all quarters in the current challenging circumstances.
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The party aims to complete candidate interviews by December 15-16, and once the Election Commission announces the schedule. The Muslim League plans to reveal the names of its candidates. Matters concerning the Dera Ghazi Khan Division have already been addressed in the Parliamentary Board meeting. Conversely, PML-N leader Attaullah Tard, speaking outside the Lahore High Court. Affirmed that the general elections would proceed as scheduled on February 8. Emphasizing it as a unanimous decision of the Supreme Court.
He expressed confidence in PML-N’s ability to secure a majority at both the federal and provincial levels. Highlighting alliances with political parties in Sindh and Balochistan. Further seat adjustments in constituencies, including Lahore, Sahiwal, Lodhran, and Rahim Yar Khan, will be discussed in subsequent meetings.