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The government won’t bow under pressure from PTI: Sharifs

The government won’t bow under pressure from PTI: Sharifs


According to information obtained, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and PMLN Supreme Leader Muhammad Nawaz Sharif have vowed that the coalition government will resist pressure from the PTI, particularly with regard to the PTI’s demand for early elections and the dissolution of the National Assembly.

Four hours after the younger Sharif finished his trip to Egypt for the COP27 climate summit, he arrived at the Avenfield flats, the two Sharif brothers encountered one another there. The meeting lasted more than three hours, and a source said that only Nawaz Sharif, Shehbaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, Suleman Sharif, Hasan Nawaz, Hussain Nawaz, and the rest of the family members were present.

Shehbaz was admonished by Nawaz to “keep doing his utmost to get Pakistan out of the economic crisis” and “not give in to any pressure.” The two brothers agreed that Imran Khan’s planned march on Islamabad would be stopped by legal methods and that the polls would be held on time.

When Shehbaz spoke to the media upon his arrival at the Avenfield, he declared, “Pakistan has defeated New Zealand, Alhamdullilah. Let’s hope Pakistan triumphs in the championship match as well. Congratulations to the entire country on this success.

When questioned by the media if he and Nawaz would talk about who would become the next army chief, he responded, “I have here today to visit my elder brother and my family. I’ve been waiting a long time to meet them and their kids.

He didn’t continue the conversation. The premier said, “It was a family meeting with my brother, my nieces, and nephews, and the rest of the family joined too,” when the same issue was posed to him after the meeting. We enjoyed some gup shup over lunch and expressed our congrats to everyone on Pakistan’s victory.

On Thursday, Shehbaz will meet with Nawaz and a few party officials once more (today). He had visited London three times since taking office as prime minister in April. Two weeks before Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s term ends on November 29, he will be in London. According to rumors, Shehbaz would talk with Nawaz about the appointment.

The government won’t bow under pressure from PTI: Sharifs

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