PML-Q Rejects Merger, Favors Seat Adjustment with PML-N


ISLAMABAD: Senior PML-Q leader Chaudhry Shafay Hussain clarified that his party is not merging with any other political entity.

In a statement issued in Lahore, the former federal minister in the PDM government asserted that PML-Q would maintain its distinct identity instead of merging with the PML-N.

However, he noted that both parties could explore seat adjustments in the upcoming general election. Shafay Hussain mentioned that PML-Q candidates would participate using the election symbol of a tractor.

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Meanwhile Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid Chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain said that the Pakistani populace held high expectations for former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

In a statement he said the people of Pakistan have pinned many hopes on the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and the future government would have to work for the restoration of the economy, eliminating unemployment and price hike.

Shujaat Hussain underscored the critical need for national unity and harmony at the present moment, emphasizing the importance of moving forward by overcoming historical differences.

Hussain highlighted the challenges facing the nation, stating that Nawaz Sharif must exert considerable effort for the economic revival of the country, addressing unemployment, and curbing inflation.

Shujaat Hussain urged a departure from the bitterness of the past, advocating for the utilization of collective capabilities to address the issues confronting the population. He stressed that the collective responsibility lies in building a robust economy, providing relief to the people, and safeguarding national interests, steering away from revenge politics.

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