Federal Minister for Water and Power Owais Laghari said on Friday that the PML-N will keep the problem of Bahawalpur and South Punjab province as a mandate for the next elections.
On the other hand, the sources said the leadership of PTI is putting in its best efforts to bring some Punjab based Members of National Assembly (MNAs) belonging to ruling PML-N to its rank till the time of public meeting scheduled to be held in Lahore on April 29.
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At a press conference in Islamabad, Leghari, who hails from south Punjab's DG Khan district, said some of their fellows have resigned in protest but the PML-N would handle this sudden political stunt in a positive manner for it has always dreamed of development in South Punjab.
The PTI leader claimed that Imran Khan was the only leader in Pakistan whose main focus was on betterment of the country.
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Chairman PTI Imran Khan in a message on social media website twitter on Sunday strongly condemned the incident of firing on residence of SC judge and termed it failure of the provincial government.
He said the way political workers and leaders were joining his party indicated that the PTI would win majority seats in all the four provinces in the coming elections.
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Despite repeated attempts made by this correspondent PTI leader Jahangir Khan Tareen was not available for comments.