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PTI leaders discuss elections with foreign diplomats

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi and secretary general Assad Umar Tuesday met with foreign diplomats in Islamabad to discuss partyx goal of holding free and fair elections to end political instability in Pakistan.

The “breakfast meeting” was hosted by the Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan, Neil Hawkins, and was attended by European and Muslim ambassadors. countries.

During the meeting, Qureshi and Umar exchanged views with envoys on regional and general political situation of a country. Politicians emphasized their demand for transparent elections according to schedule end ongoing political instability in Pakistan.

“We are deeply grateful to Australian High Commissioner Neil Hawkins. for organizing this breakfast meeting,” Qureshi said.

Former prime minister Imran Khan blamed government of trying to get it out of V way participate in elections as dozens of his supporters were arrested and wounded in ahead of the night police crackdown of election rally in Lahore.

Polls in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa – term on April 30 – were announced after the dissolution of provincial assemblies of both regions, which together make up for 70 percent of nation population.

Khan called for their dissolution in offer force early national elections in Pakistan, which are scheduled for October. government of However, Shahbaz Sharif rejected Khan’s demands, stating that vote will take place as scheduled later in V year.

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