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Option for early election open after budget: PM

Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said on Monday that political leaders in favour of early election could discuss the issue with him but after the budget session.
He made it clear that the option for early elections was open. “All those political elements who want early elections can talk to me but after the budget session”, Gilani this said in his meeting with MNA Muhammad Asim Nazir, according to a press release issued by the Prime Minister House.
The MNA Asim congratulated the prime minister for his successful visit to Davos, and his interaction with the international businessmen.
He appreciated the policy of the PM to take along the opposition and his efforts for strengthening democracy in the country.
Asim Nazir apprised the PM about various ongoing development schemes in his constituency.
He approved the projects of electrification of village, improvement of road network and construction of boundary walls for schools in the MNA’s constituency.



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4 Comments

  1. عثمان ظفر said:

    they all(either opposition or rulers) will never let the public know any option other than elections, but public is aware now that this electoral system is itself corrupt.. it will again useless for poors and middle class to have these elections..

  2. Sajid Hurmaz said:

    i’m realy so sorry to say tht our whole leadershpi is compulsive liar, they r duel personilties bcz they say some thing and do utherwise,,,

    i detest the usless statment of our premier

  3. Samina said:

    The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) have already been making noises about an early election. The PML-N even threatened to start an agitation but maybe it is having second thoughts about its ‘plan’. There are a number of reasons for this, most notably that the PML-N tried to test the waters by holding rallies but it was not able to get the desired numbers for starting an agitation movement. The poor show of governance in Punjab is another factor that could haunt PML-N in next general elections. PML-N is losing its standing ground and leading towards it logical end. The pillars like Javed Hashmi and other eminent members have read what is written on Rosetta stone.

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