Opposition parties fails to bring joint candidate for PM’s slot
ISLAMABAD: The opposition political parties failed to bring a joint candidate for Prime Minister Slot as it is to be contested on Tuesday.
Leaders of opposition parties held a meeting in this regard on Monday in Opposition leader, Khursheed Shah Chamber but they were failed to build any consensus to finalize a joint candidate for the premiership.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rasheed have submitted Rasheed’s nomination papers.
Qureshi while addressing the media later said that the opposition must allow a chance to Rasheed who was one of the petitioners in the Panama Papers case.
Meanwhile, MQM-P’s Sheikh Salahuddin, PPP’s Khursheed Shah and MNA Naveed Qamar also submitted their nomination papers following the meeting.