Imran Khan, the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, instructed party officials and lawmakers from Punjab on Sunday to get ready because the next general election is “only around the corner.”
The guidance was given at separate meetings with a number of party leaders, including Dr. Yasmin Rashid, the party’s provincial chairman, Shafqat Mahmood, Mian Mahmood-ur-Rashid, and MPAs from six Punjab divisions.
The talks took place at the Punjab Chief Minister’s office, where he had previously congratulated Moonis Elahi and Parvez Elahi for the removal of a “illegal” and “unconstitutional” government from Punjab.
The party chairman, according to some PTI leaders, could announce the general election within two months due to the nation’s deteriorating economic situation, which could knock the present federal government to its knees and make it impossible for it to continue in power.
He argued that rather than being caught off guard, the party cadres should be prepared for the situation.
Additionally, he gave Dr. Rashid instructions to finish organising the party in the province so that workers might be called to duty as needed by the regional leadership.At the CM’s office, Mr. Khan and Mr. Elahi had prior discussions about the political climate, Punjab’s administrative issues, and law and order.
Moonis Elahi, a former federal minister, was also present during the meeting at the chief minister’s office.
As they addressed the political climate and administrative issues facing the province, the chief minister praised the PTI leader’s political sageness for maintaining his position against political renegades.