The names of Ahmed Nawaz Sukhera, Naseer Ahmad Khan, and Nasir Saeed Khosa have been chosen by the PTI and PMLQ, according to Punjab’s chief minister Parvez Elahi:
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PMLQ) have selected three candidates, Ahmed Nawaz Sukhera, Naseer Ahmad Khan, and Nasir Saeed Khosa, for the role of caretaker chief minister in Punjab, according to Chaudhry Parvez Elahi, the chief minister of Punjab.
Following visiting PTI Chairman Imran Khan here, he spoke with the media. After discussion, he revealed that three names had been chosen, with Ahmed Nawaz Sukhera being the first on the list.
He stated that the Punjab government would get these names and expressed the hope that a decision would be made on one of them.
In answer to a query, Parvez Elahi stated that talks on a potential merger between the PMLQ and the PTI were in progress. He said that Moonis Elahi wanted the PMLQ and PTI to combine.
Additionally present at the discussion with Imran Khan was MNA Chaudhry Hussein Elahi.
On Sunday, Parvez Elahi laid the cornerstone for Jamia Masjid Khatamun Nabiyeen and opened Pakistan’s first Khatamun Nabiyeen University.
He told the media that Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN) will lose badly in the polls, like Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). He said that now that President Arif Alvi would ask them to take the vote of confidence, they would be in a dangerous situation.
“The PMLN is growing weaker every passing second, and we delivered it a tremendous surprise in the vote of confidence,” he stated.
Elahi predicted that Imran Khan would be unable to win the National Assembly’s support for a vote of confidence after suggesting a suitable solution for Shehbaz Sharif.
“Imran Khan is a good man, and he has the spirit to make his nation affluent,” the CM declared. The young people are supporting him and working for him.
The chief minister declared that only general elections would be held once the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Assembly was also dissolved the day after tomorrow.
The chief minister of Punjab said that [Interior Minister] Rana Sanaullah was deceiving the public into believing that concealed assistance was on the horizon.
Along with a group of liars, he visited Nawaz Sharif, and the PMLN leader there called him out.
The CM claimed that the PMLN had suffered a terrible loss in the general election and that Nawaz Sharif would not return to Pakistan.
He claimed that in the past, Nawaz Sharif has requested that elections be held in the nation.
The Chief Minister of Punjab was asked if he would run under the bicycle or bat emblem in the upcoming election. He advised the inquirer to be “patient” while awaiting a response.
Following the dissolution of the Punjab Assembly on Tuesday, the PTI-led government has decided to dissolve the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Assembly.
KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan was waiting for directions from PTI leader Imran Khan to present the assembly’s dissolution report to KP Governor Haji Ghulam Ali.
Following Article 112 of the Constitution, the province chief executive would transmit the summary to the governor on Tuesday. If Ali chose not to sign it, the legislative body would immediately dissolve within 48 hours, which is anticipated to happen on Thursday.
On Sunday, CM Mahmood tweeted, “God willing, the Tehreek-e-Insaf will once again form its government [in KP] with a two-thirds majority.”
The KP chief executive defended the PTI leader by saying that Imran Khan has sacrificed his administration for the nation’s benefit. He said, “Khan will soon be prime minister.”
Mahmood said that the Pakistani people have finally realized how crucial it was to eliminate the political mafia’s self-serving members.
He said, “We will finish the development path started under Imran Khan’s leadership.
The governor responded to the situation by telling a private TV station that, after getting the summary, he would adhere to the Constitution.
Kamran Bangash, the provincial government’s spokesman and higher education minister, told The News that the chief minister will brief the provincial governor on Tuesday to dissolve the KP Assembly.
There was also talk of a temporary chief minister for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and some former public officials were being considered for positions under the system.
The News was informed by reliable sources that Chief Minister Mahmood Khan still needs to bring up the caretaker arrangement with the appropriate parties.