Sunday, September 25, 2022

PML-Q may leave ruling alliance with PTI Government

The PML-Q has expressed its discontent with the PTI Government, increasing the chance that the party may withdraw from the existing coalition government.


A decision is expected to be made on this matter the following day. An important consultative meeting of the Pakistan Muslim League-Q (PML-Q) was held today, according to credible sources.


In the course of the meeting, participants discussed the ongoing negotiations between the PML-Q opposition and the government.

According to reports, the PML-consultative Q’s meeting has come to an end, with the decision being taken that the consultation will continue till tomorrow morning.

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The Pakistan Muslim League, according to Chaudhry Shujaat, is not the subject of any disagreement, and a final decision is expected to be reached at the meeting.

In contrast, according to reliable sources, the government has not yet been able to satisfy the PML-Q, and the discussions that took place between the PML-Q and the government yesterday were similarly fruitless in terms of furthering the parties’ respective objectives.

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It is not intransigence or ego, but rather attitudes toward parliamentary and democratic processes, that are important in politics, according to insiders within the PML-Q.


The Pakistan Muslim League-Q has always played a significant role in the politics of the country, and this is especially true in the politics of Punjab.

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