Ahead of tomorrow’s (Friday) crucial election for Punjab chief minister, former prime minister Imran Khan presided over parliamentary party meeting of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q).
With the political upheaval over the issue of Punjab Chief Minister election reached its peak, the members of the PML-N and coalition partners camped in a local hotel, whereas, PTI and PML-Q have also prepared a strategy, the parties have claimed majority over each other. PTI chairman Imran Khan chaired a parliamentary party meeting.
The meeting was attended by 186 members of the provincial assembly, while Deputy Speaker Punjab Assembly Dost Muhammad Mazari did not participate in the meeting. On the other hand, PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry also claimed to have the required number for the election. Earlier, former federal minister and PML-Q leader Monis Elahi had said that the government’s game is over and they had the required numbers, adding that Shehbaz Sharif ruined anyone or any institution that helped him.