PML-Q looks to end its coalition with PTI
Media sources reveal that the coalition of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf (PTI) and Pakistan Muslim League Quaid e Azam Group (PML-Q) is going to come to an end.
As per the media sources, Parveez Elahi chaired a party meeting in which he expressed his deep concerns regarding the deteriorating law and order situation of the Punjab province.
Other than that increasing inflation, the increase in electricity and gas units price and the high price of the dollar was also discussed.
The party leadership mutually agreed that PTI was unsuccessful in safeguarding the issues of the common citizens of Pakistan. The current administration is making an issue of “no issue” instead of solving the actual problems.
Tariq Bashir Cheema, Kamil Ali Agha, Moonis Elahi, Husain Elahi, Hafiz Ammar Yasir, Salik Husain and other top leadership was present in the meeting.
Sources reveal that PML-Q will soon part their ways with the PTI after being ignored by the federal government.
PML-Q leadership thinks that they have always supported the PTI government in tough times but PML-Q demands for the betterment of the province were not fulfilled.
The spokesman of PML-Q said that the government has not been able to solve the issues of common citizens. Instead, they go after those things which are not really an issue.
Reports suggest that PML-Q will contest in the upcoming elections as a separate entity and not as a coalition party of PTI.