- PPP ready to prepare its strategy on upcoming elections: Saeed
- It is said that in politics, alliances are formed and broken.
- The PPP leader criticized the PML-N for “relying on deals” for its politics.
LAHORE: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Punjab chapter has said it is ready for an alliance with any political party, including Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), against Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) in the province. news Reported on Wednesday.
“The PPP is forming an opposition alliance and the party is also ready to prepare its strategy for the upcoming elections,” PPP Punjab acting president Rana Farooq Saeed said at a press conference after a meeting.
Former Minister of State Tasneem Qureshi, Information Secretary PPP Punjab Shehzad Saeed Cheema, Mian Azhar Hasan Dar, Ali Sanwal, Azhar Awan, Haji Azizur Rehman Chan and others were present in the meeting.
Saeed also said that in politics, alliances with other parties are formed and broken without any personal enmity.
Accusing the PML-N of relying on deals for its politics, Saeed said the Shehbaz Sharif-led party cannot remain in the competition unless there is a deal in its favor and only level playing field for it. Don’t be.
The PPP has time and again reiterated the need for a level playing field for all political parties contesting the upcoming elections, which are scheduled to be held in January 2024.
Speaking about the upcoming elections and the parties contesting the elections, Sayeed said that the credibility of the elections would come into question if any party was prevented from contesting the elections.
“Free and fair elections are vital for the survival of the state,” he stressed, adding that the PML-N wants elections without PTI, which the country will not accept.
Speaking about the May 9 events that led to the arrest of PTI Chairman Imran Khan, the former federal minister said the PPP also supports amnesty for innocent political activists who merely acted as spectators during the incident. Was.
He also called for action against those who knowingly violated the law on May 9.