Imran’s demands rejected; coalition govt decides to complete constitutional term


ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan’s demand was rejected, neither the assembly will be dissolved nor there will be early elections, the coalition government will complete its term and in this connection the coalition government has made a big decision to complete its constitutional term.

According to sources, in the meeting of the allies held yesterday, the government decided to take difficult decisions to complete the term.

Sources said that the coalition government was hesitant about whether to complete the constitutional term or go for early elections, but the meeting held yesterday unanimously decided that by August 2023, the constitutional The period will be completed.

According to government sources, during the last night’s talks between the coalition leaders, it was decided to make difficult decisions regarding the prices of petroleum products as the government is offering petroleum products at high prices and cheap prices.

Sources said that Asif Ali Zardari had a meeting with an important person in the last few days. After meeting the important person, Asif Ali Zardari had meetings with Shehbaz Sharif and Maulana Fazlur Rehman in which it was decided to complete the term of the government after consultation.

The sources said that the coalition government has decided to complete its term of 13 to 14 months and it has also been decided that the government will have to improve governance to complete its constitutional term.

They said the coalition government has decided that early elections will not be held and the government will make difficult economic decisions to complete its term.