I don’t want PMship: Imran Khan

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) cooperation is required to form the government, then I do not want to be the Prime Minister of such a government, said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) founder and former Prime Minister Imran Khan.

According to Pakistani media reports, no party has won a single majority in this national election in Pakistan. Independent candidates backed by the jailed Imran Khan’s party PTI won more seats but have little chance of forming a government. On the other hand, the two major parties of the country, Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), are actively discussing the formation of a coalition government.
However, if the two parties form the government together, there is a complication about who will be the prime minister. Because PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif and PPP chief Bilwal Bhutto are both dreaming of becoming prime ministers. No one is willing to give up. In this situation, the top leaders of the party are discussing how to share the power.
Already, the leaders of the two parties have held regular meetings. They have brought forward a new formula for power sharing. In the five-year government, both the parties are exploring the possibility of prime ministership for two-and-a-half years. If this happens, it will be a new history in the history of Pakistan. However, no final decision has been made in this regard yet.

Jailed leader of PTI Imran Khan said that he will not form a coalition government with Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). Besides, Imran also refused to form an alliance with Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P). However, he said, he has instructed the leaders and activists to discuss the formation of alliances with other parties.

Imran termed PPP and PML-N as money launderers and said that those brought to power are the biggest money launderers in Pakistan. The election that took place on February 8; It will bring economic stability to Pakistan. The former prime minister of the country said that when he learned that Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz canceled the press conference; It was then that he realized that both of them had lost the election.

Meanwhile, Latif Khosa, a PTI leader and former governor of Punjab, said about the recent election results that the results were correct till the issue of ‘Form 45’. According to him, PTI-backed candidates, though labeled as ‘independent’, are legitimate members of the party, who work within the limits of the law and the constitution.
He said, according to Form 45, we have 170 candidates winning. They are not independent, as PTI exists as a legal and constitutional party. Calling us independent is wrong and illegal. Referring to the possible addition of reserved seats, he claimed that PTI’s number of seats in the National Assembly would exceed 200. Emphasizing the principle of majority rule, Latif said, ‘The largest political party that emerges in the election is given the right to form the government.

In a press conference, the PTI leader criticized the idea of ​​power-sharing between Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party as against democratic principles. He asked the question, ‘Is democracy being joked about?’
Latif commented that Parliament cannot function effectively without PTI leader Imran Khan. Ruling out the possibility of bypassing Imran, he asserted that no government can be formed without Imran Khan.
He cautioned against underestimating PTI’s electoral strength, saying PTI as the largest political party was a legitimate claimant to the Prime Minister’s post. Latif also said that since PTI is the largest political party, he (Imran Khan) will be the prime minister and no one can stop him.
Independent candidates backed by jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) won 92 seats in parliament, while the PML-N won 79 and the PPP 54, according to results shown by Pakistani media Zee News. In this situation, if there is an agreement to form a coalition government between PML-N and PPP, then the followers of Imran, who came first in the election results, will be out of power.
It should be noted that in April 2022, PML-N and PPP were the two main partners of the multi-party coalition in Pakistan’s parliament that overthrew the Imran Khan-led government. After ousting Imran, this coalition government led by PML-N’s Shahbaz Sharif ruled Pakistan for the next 16 months.

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