Bilawal Bhutto called an emergency meeting in Karachi today

PAK TIMES (Karachi): An important and emergency meeting of the party leaders has been summoned by the Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto in Karachi today.

As per the details, the meeting of the time is around 2 pm and the attendees of the meeting will discuss the strategy to form the new government.

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The former opposition leader of the National Assembly Khursheed Shah and other party leaders will brief Bilawal Bhutto over their negotiation with other political parties of the country elected in the general elections 2018.

A few days back, the PPP Chief had suggested the recently elected political parties of Pakistan to use the Parliament’s platform to record their protest rather than boycotting the assembly against the alleged rigging in the general elections 2018.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also added that his party had rejected the results of the general elections across the country held on July, 25 and demanded for the immediate resignation of the Chief Election Commissioner of Pakistan.

The PPP Chief had also rejected the idea of not taking the oath which was presented by the other political parties in the All Parties Conference (APC) called by Fazalur Rehman. He further suggested the political forces to use a democratic way to record their protest and shouldn’t boycott the parliament of Pakistan.

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