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Imran foresees general elections in “6-8 weeks”


Pakistan Tahreek-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan asked his party legislators on Sunday to start cooking for in general elections, predicting that elections might be called in country at any time between six and eight weeks.

Imran met with Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Pervez Elahi, former federal minister Munis Elahi and other legislators from Punjab in Lahore. He asked Punjab government accelerate implementation of PTI flagship social welfare projectProgram Ehsaas.

Imran met with Chief Minister Elahi and his son Muniz Elahi, in Chief Minister, PTI sources said. During the meeting, PTI Chairman also Punjab asked government strengthen relief efforts in in flood-hit areas.

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During the meeting, the current political situation in countries, in particular in Punjab, became the subject of discussion. Imran pointed out need for broadcast up in party for coming general elections, which, according to him, can be called in six up to eight weeks.

Both leaders also deliberate on names for induction in provincial cabinet and strategy to run provincial government how general elections were expected any time soon, sources added.

Sources also testified that Imran instructed the partyPresident of the Central Punjab and former provincial minister Dr. Yasmine Rashid complete in the party provincial organizational structure in two weeks and get ready for early election in country.

According to sources, Imran was in charge of the chief minister make every effort to ensure maximum help people. He also instructed Elahi to provide all possible help people in flood- affected areas.

Elahi informed Imran of steps to help flood victims. He emphasized that the administration and departments concerned took an active part in providing timely assistance to the victims.

During the meeting, they discussed current political situation in province, administrative affairs of provincial government, law enforcement and other matters of mutual interest.

Khan congratulated Elahi on “eradication of unconstitutional and illegal government” in Punjab. Elahi praised political prudence of Imran Khan for stand firm and determined on his legitimate point of view of view against political renegades.

Elahi said effective steps were taken for law enforcement in province during Muharramul Haram and hoped that environment of political homogeneity remain during the holy month.

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Meanwhile, Imran also met with Dr. Sania Nishtar and former Punjab minister Hashim Javan Bakht. During the meeting, the head of PTI instructed them to promptly move forward Esaas program in Punjab. He made Dr. Nishtar responsible for ensure fast implementation of Ehsaas program throughout the province.

He criticized the previous Punjab government for stop PTI government”beautiful programs” that were supposed to help poor families. On this occasion, Dr. Nishtar briefed Imran on the implementation of the Ehsaas program.

Previously, Chief Minister Elahi announced financial to help for in flood victims of Dera Ghazi Khan, Rajanpur, Muzaffargarh and Mianwali. He said that government will pay the heirs Rs 800,000 each of deceased persons in floods.

Main minister announced what financial help will also provided to the victims after assessing the damage to houses, fields and livestock.

Elahi praised Rescue 1122, who we first get to flood- devastated areas. He ordered early construction and renovation of roads in affected areas and sent for start of restoration work on military base.

Elahi sent for parameter up medical camps in in flood zone, adding that vaccines should also enter into flood victims for warning of infectious diseases. He also directed for availability of medicines for snakebite and cholera.

Main minister sent commissioners, deputy commissioners, district and district police commissioners to team up with in elected representatives and leave no stone unturned to address complaints of in people devastated by floods.

He instructed local administrations to monitor all relief efforts. He stated that he would visit flood-affected areas soon and promised not to leave the affected brothers and sisters alone in hour of grief.

Main minister presided over over meeting, in what kind of assistance in in flood-affected areas of Dera Ghazi Khan, Rajanpur, Muzaffargarh and Mianwali fell under review.

Former provincial minister Dr. Yasmin Rashid, Members of the Assembly Sardar Muhammad Khan Leghari, Saifuddin Khosa, Javed Akhtar Lund, Mohyuddin Khosa, Amir Nawaz Chandia, Sanaullah Khan Mastihel and their respective officials also attended the meeting.

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Derrick Santistevan
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