Election results are almost out in Pakistan. No party has got majority in the elections held in the neighboring country. However, meanwhile, PML-N party leader and former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif has made a big announcement while addressing the supporters. Nawaz Sharif has said that his party has got the maximum number of seats in the elections. Therefore, he will form a coalition government with other parties. Nawaz has said that he will work with all the parties to bring Pakistan out of its injured state. Along with this, he has also talked about improving Pakistan’s relations with the world.
Will solve all your issues from all over the world
Former PM of Pakistan and leader of Pakistan Muslim League (N) Nawaz Sharif while addressing his supporters said that we congratulate all of you because Pakistan Muslim League (N) has emerged as the largest party. He said that we respect the mandate given to every party. We invite them to sit with us to bring wounded Pakistan out of the crisis. Nawaz Sharif further said that we want our relations with the world to improve, we will improve our relations with them and resolve all our issues with them.
Responsibility of alliance given to Shahbaz
Former PM of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif said in his speech that we do not have the majority to form the government on our own. Therefore, we will invite other parties to come together and form the government. He said that I have assigned the task to Shehbaz Sharif to meet Asif Zardari, Fazal-ur-Rehman, MQM, Dr. Siddiqui and tell them that the current situation in Pakistan demands that we together get the country out of the crisis.
We cannot hold elections again and again – Nawaz
According to Dawn News, Nawaz Sharif has said that we cannot hold elections again and again. He said that we all sat together yesterday but did not address you because the results were not out. All the institutions in this country should together play a positive role in bringing Pakistan out of this crisis. According to data shared by the Election Commission of Pakistan at 7 pm, PTI-backed candidates were leading in 89 seats while PML-N candidates were leading in 60 seats. Bilawal Bhutto’s party was ahead on 47 seats and JUI-F was ahead on 1 seat.
Latest World News