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PML-N opens its doors to ‘electables’ from Punjab

By News Desk

November 12, 2023 03:39 PM


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The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in a major political manoeuvre has decided to open its doors for ‘electables’ from across Punjab, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Sunday.

The decision was taken on the basis of a province-wide survey conducted to ascertain the actual situation.

The ‘electables’ are welcome into the party ranks.

The party has a clear edge on 90 out of the 141 National Assembly seats, required to form a government. The PML-N, however, is giving top priority to the target set by it for security two-thirds majority in the lower house of the Parliament.

More than 700,000 voters took part in the PML-N’s survey, sources said and added the voters have declared Nawaz Sharif is the only “solution” of the problems being faced by the country.

The survey was concluded through the third party under the supervision of senior PML-N leader Senator Ishaq Dar.

According to sources, the “electables” from different districts of Punjab has been given green signal to join the party.

Reporter Rao Dilshad


News Desk


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