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Shortly after former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan offered the government to hold talks over the next general elections, the government out rightly rejected any conditional talks.

Federal Minister for Planning and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) senior leader Ahsan Iqbal on Friday categorically rejected Imran’s offer, saying nothing can be settled if talks are conditional.

He said that government would conduct elections after the incumbent government completes its constitutional term.


Iqbal said that two major provinces of the country are still reeling from heavy damage caused by super floods and thousands remain displaced.

In such a situation, he said, they cannot think of going to polls.

Meanwhile, Information minister Maryam Aurangzeb curtly rejected Imran’s offer, stating that “General election will be conducted on October, 2023.”

Earlier on Friday, Imran invited the federal government to talks on holding general elections, adding that if he dissolves the assemblies in two provinces, then around 66% of the country will have to go to polls.

When all these parties in the ruling coalition go to polls, then the government would come to a standstill.
 

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Shortly after former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan offered the government to hold talks over the next general elections, the government out rightly rejected any conditional talks.

Federal Minister for Planning and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) senior leader Ahsan Iqbal on Friday categorically rejected Imran’s offer, saying nothing can be settled if talks are conditional.

He said that government would conduct elections after the incumbent government completes its constitutional term.


Iqbal said that two major provinces of the country are still reeling from heavy damage caused by super floods and thousands remain displaced.

In such a situation, he said, they cannot think of going to polls.

Meanwhile, Information minister Maryam Aurangzeb curtly rejected Imran’s offer, stating that “General election will be conducted on October, 2023.”

Earlier on Friday, Imran invited the federal government to talks on holding general elections, adding that if he dissolves the assemblies in two provinces, then around 66% of the country will have to go to polls.

When all these parties in the ruling coalition go to polls, then the government would come to a standstill.
You do realize that if PTI resigns, the Islamabad occupiers who have zero control over any of the provinces will have no choice but to call a general election to avoid a crisis that would 100% cause chaos if no elections are held?

The SS government is bluffing, I don't have much doubt there are some sort of talks going on right now.
 

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Shortly after former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan offered the government to hold talks over the next general elections, the government out rightly rejected any conditional talks.

Federal Minister for Planning and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) senior leader Ahsan Iqbal on Friday categorically rejected Imran’s offer, saying nothing can be settled if talks are conditional.

He said that government would conduct elections after the incumbent government completes its constitutional term.


Iqbal said that two major provinces of the country are still reeling from heavy damage caused by super floods and thousands remain displaced.

In such a situation, he said, they cannot think of going to polls.

Meanwhile, Information minister Maryam Aurangzeb curtly rejected Imran’s offer, stating that “General election will be conducted on October, 2023.”

Earlier on Friday, Imran invited the federal government to talks on holding general elections, adding that if he dissolves the assemblies in two provinces, then around 66% of the country will have to go to polls.

When all these parties in the ruling coalition go to polls, then the government would come to a standstill.
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Unless estab. comes to the rescue, govt. is doomed either way. I am not sure estab. wants to be seen as anti-Imran at the moment.
 

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You do realize that if PTI resigns, the Islamabad occupiers who have zero control over any of the provinces will have no choice but to call a general election to avoid a crisis that would 100% cause chaos if no elections are held?

The SS government is bluffing, I don't have much doubt there are some sort of talks going on right now.
That is if the rules still apply for PTI. Nothing a sudden hearing in the Supreme Court of Pakistan can’t fix.
 

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Imran should wait for couple of months... With IMF not budging, these guys will run away themselves..
I agree.

I say let the economy sink, and let PMLN and PPP rightfully take all the blame. Let PTI start fresh.

That's the best way for Pakistan to survive.
 

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I agree.

I say let the economy sink, and let PMLN and PPP rightfully take all the blame. Let PTI start fresh.

That's the best way for Pakistan to survive.

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If PDM finds / smell even a slight hint of default coming she would happily calls elections and handover a default Govt to IK to enjoys him with public wreath.

But here its PDM who is not calling elections thinks that she can safely let Pakistan towards secure shores and then calls election in Oct-23 wins it and continue to leads.
 

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