PTI won’t form any alliance with PPP or PML-N: Barrister Gohar
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has ruled out forming an alliance with either Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) or Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).
The announcement from PTI came on Friday, where party chairman Barrister Gohar categorically clarified, “We are not in contact with PPP or PML-N.”
Gohar, who won from NA-10 constituency, claimed that his party is winning 150 National Assembly seats and would be able to achieve the required number of seats to form government at the Centre.
“We will form the government at the Centre and Punjab,” he added.
He said that Imran Khan’s party has a clear lead in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and will form government there as well.
“PTI will remain in Parliament and will play its role.”
He said independent candidates belong to PTI and asserted they would not join any party against party directives amid fears of horse trading.
His statement comes shortly after PML-N senior leader Ishaq Dar claimed that independent candidates, who are emerging victorious in the 2024 general elections, are in contact with the party.