Imran Khan, the former prime minister and current leader of the PTI, declared that he was standing by his decision to dissolve the provincial assembly in December in an effort to compel the current government to call early elections.
“We’ll put our decision to disband assemblies into action. The former premier stated in an interview with a local TV channel on Saturday that “we are undertaking talks and preparing our party leaders since negotiations for caretaker set-up would commence following the dissolution of the assembly.”
Imran responded, “It will be done in December,” when asked about a specific date for the dissolution of the assemblies.
The PTI leader stated that Punjab Chief Minister Pervaiz Elahi thought the province government “should continue for some more time” in response to a query about his reluctance to dissolve the provincial parliament.
However, CM Elahi also stated that he would accept whatever choice I made at the assembly.
Imran denied rumors that CM Elahi had made a stipulation that he would only disband the provincial parliament if PTI agreed to designate him as chief minister following the next round of elections.
Elections are urgently needed
The PTI leader reaffirmed that early elections were necessary to stabilize the economy and stop the “looming default.”Who requires elections the most? Our popularity metric is rising. After the regime change operation, the opposition and General Bajwa had hoped that our party would disintegrate, he said.
Early voting has become essential for the country and the military, according to Imran.
“Economic recovery depends on political stability, which can only be achieved by early elections. Due to the fact that LCs (letters of credit) are not open for the purchase of weapons, elections are crucial for this nation and the Pakistan Army.