ISLAMABAD: Jahangir Tareen, Pakistan’s central leader Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), today called Prime Minister Imran Khan, where they discussed the general political situation and the affairs of the party, citing sources, ARY News reported Friday.
On Thursday, it was learned that Jahangir Tareen was scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Imran Khan today (Friday) to discuss issues related to coordination with the PTI-led federal government coalition partners.
According to sources, the prime minister would meet with the main leader of the party and issues related to agriculture, the general political scenario and the affairs of the party will be discussed during the meeting.
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The two will also discuss issues related to committees formed to address the reservations raised by coalition partners.
The main leader of the party was recently returned on vacation amid the reservations raised by coalition partners, including the Muttahida Qaumi-Pakistan Movement (MQM-P) and the Muslim League of Pakistan-Quaid (PML-Q).
On January 23, Tareen had expressed hope that the federal government coalition partners will rejoin the cabinet next week while talks with them remain successful.
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Jehangir Tareen, while talking with journalists, said that the impression of a weak government was only limited to the media where channels were seen that predicted the departure of the current government while broadcasting different programs during primetime.
The politician clarified that the government has convinced its allied political parties and that coalition partners will join the federal cabinet next week. He said the government faces no danger from its coalition partners.
He also predicted that the supreme of the Muslim League of Pakistan Nawaz (PML-N) Nawaz Sharif will not return to the country. He added that local government elections will take place in 2020.