Former prime minister and Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday instructed the party legislators and ticket holders to speed up their preparation for in next general elections.
Conversation with PTI legislators from Attock, Jhelum, Chakwal and Sialkot with ticket holders of Gujranwala, Imran asked them to develop a comprehensive political strategy and be fully prepared for in next selective battle, according to a PTI post.
Central and regional leaders of PTI were also gift in meeting.
The political situation in the country, the political strategy as well as future plan of actions were discussed in in in detail during the meeting, statement added.
On this occasion, members of Assembly full supported and approved announcement of dissolution of meetings and resignations from homes.
Last week, the head of PTI gave the federal government an ultimatum or “sit and talk and give date for in general elections” or “we will dissolve assembly.”
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The day before PTI senior leader and former foreign minister Shah Mahmoud Qureshi said that his party wished that new provincial governments to be formed before Ramadan next year after the dissolution of Collections of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab.
“Imran Khan intends dissolve KP and Punjab Assemblies in in next a few days so that the whole process can move forward. PTI management granted Imran Khan the right to dissolve meetings,” he said, addressing media after a meeting between senior leadership of PTI with in former prime minister.
“If the federal government of PDM wants give priority of own interests over countries, and not want to move in the direction general elections continue to drown the country in process, then this is their decision. We want the process of elections are over in Punjab and KP before Ramadan,” he said.
Qureshi said that Imran took all in confidence about him decision during the meeting, adding that the only solution current problems the country was facing There were early elections.