Aaj TV News

BR100 4,852 Increased By ▲ 66 (1.37%)
BR30 25,671 Increased By ▲ 691 (2.77%)
KSE100 45,186 Increased By ▲ 445 (0.99%)
KSE30 18,485 Increased By ▲ 153 (0.83%)
CASES 721,018 5050
DEATHS 15,443 114
Sindh 268,750 Cases
Punjab 248,438 Cases
Balochistan 20,241 Cases
Islamabad 65,700 Cases
KP 98,301 Cases

LAHORE: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto on Thursday has met Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) vice president Maryam Nawaz in Raiwind.

Both the leaders have discussed ongoing political situation in the country and strategy for upcoming Senate elections. They also deliberated upon the future agenda of their campaign against the government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

Earlier, Bilawal Bhutto said that Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) did not need undemocratic support from any institution in order to take on the PTI government. Bilawal Bhutto said that for now, it seems that institutions are playing a neutral role in the Senate elections. “We criticize only when their character is not neutral. It is heartening to see institutions function within their boundaries”, he said.

He said that in the Charter of Democracy, our position was that the correct procedure should be adopted in the Senate elections. The secret ballot cannot be challenged anywhere. If we want to improve the senate election process, it can only be done through parliament and dialogue. PTI only wants to bring laws for its own benefit, he said. NNI