A deal with the Pakistani government was reached in spite of Imran Khan’s PTI objections.

It is reported that two of Pakistan’s most prominent political parties have officially agreed to create a coalition government, following inconclusive national elections that failed to provide a clear majority.

Former prime minister and leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN), Shehbaz Sharif, announced on Tuesday that the PPP and PMLN now had the “required numbers” to establish a government.

At a press conference in Islamabad, former foreign minister and PPP chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, seated next to Sharif, declared that Sharif would lead their coalition as their nominee for prime minister.

He went on to say that the alliance would run his father, Asif Ali Zardari, for president.

Following the February 8 elections, which left the National Assembly in a hung parliament since no party was able to obtain the 134 seats required for a simple majority and the ability to form government on its The younger brother of another previous prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, Sharif claimed that smaller parties also backed the PMLN-PPP combination.own, the announcement follows ten days of heated discussions.

Although they secured the most seats (93), independent candidates affiliated with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), the imprisoned former prime minister Imran Khan’s political party, lacked the necessary numbers, a political party, or a coalition to form a government.

State limitations against the PTI forced candidates associated with the party to run as independents.

With 79 MPs, the PMLN holds the most seats, followed by the PPP with 54. They hold a solid majority of 264 seats in the assembly, along with four other smaller parties.

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