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  • Premier constitutes committee to work out a technique for the Senate elections in Punjab
  • Speaker Punjab Meeting, chief minister, and governor are a part of the committee

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday nominated PML-Q’s Kamil Ali Agha as the federal government’s candidate for senator within the upcoming Senate elections.

The premier has constituted a committee, comprising Speaker Punjab Meeting Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar, and Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar, to work out a technique for the Senate elections in Punjab.

The prime minister has assured that the ruling PTI would proceed with its allies’ enter relating to the Senate elections as he accepted Agha’s identify.

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Moreover, Punjab Meeting’s speaker invited the premier to inaugurate the brand new constructing of the Punjab Meeting, which the prime minister accepted.

In the meantime, as the federal government eyes holding elections through open poll, the Opposition events have determined to oppose the constitutional modification being launched quickly.

In accordance with sources, the leaders of PPP, PML-N and JUI-F mentioned the matter after the federal government introduced to introduce a invoice on this regard.

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“The Opposition has decided to not let the amendment pass through the parliament and a strategy would be finalised on Monday before the National Assembly session,” sources stated, including that PPP has determined to oppose the modification.

Furthermore, Senate chairman Sadiq Sanjrani together with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, and Balochistan governments, has backed the federal authorities’s opinion on holding open-ballot polls, whereas Sindh has rejected the concept, of their responses to Supreme Court docket.

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