As Pakistan waits for the final result of the general elections, Shehbaz Sharif’s PML(N) and Bilawal Bhutto’s PPP have agreed to form an post-poll alliance. According to Geo TV, a key meeting took place on Friday night in Lahore, where former president Asif Ali Zardari and Bilawal sat across the table with former Prime Minister of Pakistan and current PML(N) President Shehbaz Sharif. Radio Pakistan reported that during the meeting, views were exchanged on the formation of the government. Both parties have reached a consensus to collaborate towards achieving political and economic stability in the nation, as per news agency IANS.
Despite the PML(N) falling short of securing a majority in the election results, it has positioned itself as the largest individual party. This prompted the alliance talks between PML(N) and PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, according to a report by Dawn.
Nawaz Sharif had previously asserted that PML(N) had secured the position of the largest party in the election results.
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