Who will be The Next Prime Minister? Election Drama Continues as Alliances Hang in Balance

In a dramatic change of events following the recent elections, political maneuvering is at its zenith as parties compete for dominance in Pakistan’s political landscape for the next prime minister in Pakistan.
Rauf Hassan, the head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has emphasized his party’s authority by claiming support for a large number of independent candidates.

During a candid talk on Hum News’ election special “Election Room,” Hassan disclosed that 93 out of 100 independent candidates were elected with their support.

Furthermore, he hinted at the potential of more independents joining their ranks and stated that the PTI has yet to select which party the PTI-backed independents will join.

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He stated that they would select a party that may claim reserved seats as well.
In the face of worries over claimed anomalies in certain seats, Hassan underlined his party’s intention to seek legal action, implying prospective challenges in higher courts.

Despite defeats, the PTI leader remained steadfast, emphasizing the necessity for a strong administration to guide the country through its issues.

Meanwhile, the People’s Party has made a strong demand for an alliance with the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). According to reports, Asif Zardari, Bilawal Bhutto, and Shehbaz Sharif are discussing the possibility of forming a coalition government.

With uncertainty surrounding the formation of the next administration, all eyes are on the complex discussions between major stakeholders. As desires collide and alliances emerge, Pakistan’s political landscape hangs in the balance, waiting for the critical decisions that will decide its destiny.

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