In a recent development in Pakistani politics, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif have had a discussion about the country’s overall situation. During the conversation, Shehbaz Sharif updated Nawaz Sharif on the current state of affairs and discussed the consultation with allied parties. The two leaders also discussed the situation that has arisen after the postponement of elections in Punjab.
Meanwhile, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah criticized Prime Minister Imran Khan, accusing him of being in the pocket of American lobby firms. He went on to say that every statement made by Khan was a lie and that those who spread sedition in Pakistan should not be allowed to rally on Minar Pakistan.
The conversation between the Sharif brothers is significant as it highlights the continuing efforts of the PML-N to remain in the political spotlight. The postponement of elections in Punjab has been a blow to the party, which was looking to secure a victory in the province. However, the party remains optimistic about its chances and is hoping to come out on top when the elections do take place.
Overall, the political situation in Pakistan remains tense, with various parties jostling for power and influence. It is clear that the PML-N is still a significant player in Pakistani politics and is not going to fade away anytime soon.