ISLAMABAD: Caretaker PM Anwar ul Haq Kakar on Monday released a statement, PTI not barred from Contesting Polls. There was no restriction on the PTI from taking part in elections.
PTI not barred from Contesting Polls, Says PM Anwar ul Haq Kakar
In an interview with Dunya TV, the interim PM said “miscreants” were responsible for the vandalism on May 9.
“The accused involved in the incident would be dealt with according to the law of the land,” he said.
Information Minister Murtaza Solangi, the spokesperson for the current government, expressed their commitment to building positive relationships with both parties.
As a registered political party, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is free to participate in the elections.
Prime Minister Kakar reiterated that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is responsible for determining the election date. It is not their intention to extend the caretaker government’s tenure unnecessarily.
In his remarks, Mr. Solangi emphasized that it is ultimately up to the people to decide which political party to support. In order to achieve this goal, the ECP plays a crucial role in ensuring impartial, fair, and transparent elections.
What PM says about the Nawaz Sharif?
After the delimitation process, political parties were given a 54-day window to run election campaigns. To create an environment conducive to political participation, the caretaker government pledged to work closely with the election commission.
When Nawaz Sharif returns to Pakistan, Kakar made it clear that he would be treated according to the law as the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).
Despite the possibility of meetings with political party leaders, the prime minister stated that he had no intention of doing so.
Currently, Pakistan is suffering instability in political situation that’s why economic condition drastically critical. There is urgent need to stable the political situation to rescue the economic downfall
There is considerable political instability in Pakistan, which has had severe repercussions on its already fragile economy. An ongoing political crisis has aggravated the economic crisis.
For the country to stop its economic decline, it is imperative to address this instability. In order to implement and sustain economic reforms, attract investments, and ensure policy consistency, a stable political environment is important.
Pakistan needs to stabilize its political situation urgently if it is to overcome its economic challenges and foster an environment conducive to growth and development.