The coalition government has decided to take tough decisions to revive the economy and complete its constitutional term.
The decision comes after a meeting of the heads of the ruling alliance today (Monday). The meeting of the party chiefs was convened to finalise the strategy to deal with the protest call of the PTI.
The allied parties’ heads met to discuss the unstable political situation in the country after the announcement of a long march towards Islamabad by PTI Chairman Imran Khan
On Sunday, Imran Khan announced PTI’s long march to Islamabad on May 25 to seek an election date and dissolution of the National Assembly and gave a message to the country’s military and asked it to adhere to its promise of “neutrality.”
In the first round of talks held last week, PPP supremo Asif Zaradri met PDM chief Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman, PML-Q President Chaudhry Shujaat and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and PML-N ministers.
The participants appreciated the incumbent government’s steps for the people’s welfare and expressed their complete confidence in the leadership of the prime minister.
A day ago, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif stated that it needed support from “all sides” to take tough decisions in order to revive the economy. The federal capital is rife with rumours that in case the required support was not assured in a couple of days, the National Assembly could be dissolved and snap elections would be announced.
The political leaders also vowed to rectify the country’s economy through mutual cooperation.