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PML-N won’t oppose dissolution of the assembly

PML-N won't oppose dissolution of the assembly

Nawaz Sharif, the head of the PML-N, promised that the federal coalition would not be “blackmailed” by PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s demand to hold immediate elections in the nation while participating in a crucial party meeting via video link from London on Saturday. He also instructed leaders and workers to begin organizing for the elections in Punjab.

In addition, Punjab Governor Balighur Rehman declared following a meeting with PM Shehbaz that he had decided not to heed the advice to dissolve the Punjab Assembly given by Chief Minister Chaudhry Parvez Elahi.

“I have made the decision not to participate in the actions that will dissolve the Punjab Assembly. I like to let the Constitution and the law develop naturally. As the Constitution clearly

The Sharif brothers are thought to have prevented the governor from signing the summary after speaking with other party leaders in order to support the PML-stance N’s that it opposed the dissolution of the legislature.

Prior to that, key party leaders practically all attended a meeting that the prime minister, Shehbaz Sharif, presided over in Model Town. Along with the party head, Maryam Nawaz, the PML-chief N’s organiser, joined in via video link from London. The PML-N said following the meeting that Nawaz Sharif had made a “major decision” (in the party huddle) ordering leaders and workers to begin organising for the Punjab elections.