PML-N leaders search Shehbaz’s steering on key points at London huddle

LONDON: PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif presided over a consultative session of celebration leaders who reached London to investigate after the well being of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif present process remedy right here.

Former finance minister Ishaq Dar, Ayaz Sadiq, Khawaja Asif, Ahsan Iqbal, Pervez Rasheed, Khurram Dastagir, Marriyam Aurangzeb and others had been current within the assembly held at a restaurant within the British capital.

After the assembly, the PML-N leaders visited the ailing ex-premier on the Avenfield flats to investigate after his well being.

Chatting with media, Shehbaz Sharif stated the previous prime minister’s private doctor Dr Adnan briefed the visiting leaders on the well being situation of the celebration’s supreme chief.

Khawaja Asif stated issues associated to laws and appointment of a brand new chief election commissioner got here beneath dialogue. He stated they sought the celebration president’s steering on these points and can devise a technique after they return to the nation.

He stated there’s a want for an in-house change of the federal government earlier than holding recent elections. Apart from, he added, the problem of the appointment of the electoral physique’s new head can also be of immense significance.

Speaking about Chief of Military Employees Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa’s tenure extension, Ahsan Iqbal stated it was the federal government that muddied the waters saying the opposition would lengthen cooperation on condition that the federal government is severe. He regretted no session on the appointment of a brand new CEC has begun as but.

He additionally criticised the federal government’s insurance policies and worth hike saying the PML-N together with different opposition events will maintain protests in opposition to inflation.

Ahsan Iqbal stated the federal government was busy in mudslinging with a view to cover its poor efficiency.

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