KARACHI: The President of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is open to the idea of forming a national government for the next five-year term. He floated the idea while speaking to a private news channel.
However, he asserted that the current ruling party Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf would not be a part of it, stating that it would take the next government years to undo the damage and poison spread by the PTI. He admitted that a few factions of the PML-N were against bringing in the no-confidence motion against the prime minister and only agreed after they saw the poor conditions of the masses.
Shehbaz, however, did not share the details as to who would hold the office of the president, prime minister and chief ministers, if such a government comes into power. The opposition claims to have garnered enough support in the lower house of the parliament to dismiss the Imran Khan-led government.