LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) opened its closed doors for electables by taking a big decision in the country’s politics.
The Muslim League-N has decided to include the electables in the party based on the results of the survey conducted across Punjab.
According to party sources, a survey was completed by a third party under the supervision of Ishaq Dar, in which a total of more than 7 lakh voters participated. given.
The induction of Ajmal Chandia from Muzaffargarh a few days ago was the first link in the chain of doors being opened for electables. Sardar Mansab Dogar on Saturday. Nizamuddin Sialvi and other leaders including Asif Bha were included in Muslim League-N. In the coming days, more electables will be included in the Muslim League-N.
According to the preliminary results of the survey, the Muslim League-N is likely to get around 90 seats out of 141 general seats in the Punjab National Assembly.
The leadership declared the main goal of achieving a two-thirds majority in the National Assembly in the upcoming general elections, for which Nawaz Sharif instructed the party leaders to form a political alliance including seat adjustment with other parties in the country.
Quaid Nawaz Sharif entrusted the task of inducting politicians with strong reputation from every constituency of Punjab to Rana Sanaullah and directed that every person who has the ability to win seats or get more votes should be included in PML-N. .
The Muslim League is in a position to form the government with a simple majority based on the votes it gets from Punjab.
A target of winning at least 120 seats out of 141 general seats of the National Assembly from Punjab has also been set.
Nawaz Sharif is leaving for a visit to Balochistan province next week, where he will invite the electables to join the Muslim League-N.
Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif will try to get as many strong National Assembly candidates from Balochistan to join the party.
A delegation of Muslim League-N is busy in forming a new electoral alliance during its visit to Sindh province including Karachi.