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PPP Leader Hints Alliance With PTI Against PML-N in Upcoming Elections

Rana Farooq Saeed, the Central Punjab President of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), has hinted at the possibility of forming a political alliance against the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), which might include other parties like the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

The PPP, under Saeed’s leadership, expressed its willingness to collaborate with any political party, including the PTI, to challenge the PML-N in the province. Saeed strongly criticized the PML-N, accusing them of relying on political deals to secure their position and influence. He pointed out that the PML-N appears to be unable to effectively compete in elections without having favorable deals and a level playing field that tilts in their favor.

For the upcoming election, Saeed emphasized that the PPP is fully prepared to confront the challenges that lie ahead in the political site.

Saeed also made an important point about the need for fairness and inclusivity in the upcoming elections. He called for forgiveness regarding a past incident, emphasizing the importance of putting the collective interests of the nation above personal considerations. Saeed stressed that broad participation in the elections is essential to uphold the democratic process.

Expressing optimism about the approaching elections, Saeed hinted at the possibility of electoral activities taking place in the near future. He urged the Chief Election Commissioner to ensure transparent and unbiased elections, while commending the Commissioner’s commitment to providing a level playing field for every political party.

In reference to a recent protocol provided to the PML-N leader, he called upon the Election Commission and the government to maintain their credibility and ensure fairness in the electoral process. He said ““You have protocol upon the arrival of Ladla plus. This is enough,.” Saeed’s remarks reflect a call for transparency and accountability in the political arena.


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