The Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) held a huddle in London on Wednesday to discuss “grave economic, constitutional and administrative crises in Pakistan,” Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb said following the meeting.
The information minister said that another meeting was to take place on Thursday (today), at which a strategy would be approved to save the country from crises, and a decisive strategy would be announced on the same day with the support of the allies.
The PML-N also decided on Wednesday that “elements in violation of the constitution” would be dealt with in accordance with the constitution and the law, Marriyum said, according to a statement announced on the party’s Twitter account.
‘Consultations were held on various proposals for decisive action against elements in violation of the Constitution. A meeting will take place tomorrow with Muhammad Nawaz Sharif as chair for the final decisions,’ said the statement.
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif headed a delegation of PML-N ministers to London where they discussed a range of issues with party supremo Nawaz Sharif.
They inform Nawaz Sharif about the severe crises the government inherited.
The statement of PML-N did not mention any reference to the possibility of early polls.
However, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif spoke about this earlier in his interview with BBC Urdu and said the elections would take place at the end of the National Assembly’s five-year term if the situation stabilized.
In case of political uncertainty, the election may be called sooner, he said.