Formation Of The Coalition Government, Nawaz Sharif Is Busy In The Selection Of Cabinet Members

Nawaz Sharif, the head of the Muslim League (N), is not visible in public following the February 8 national general elections, but he is actively involved in the efforts to establish the government in the federal and Punjab states. A top Muslim League (N) politician reportedly told Dawn that the party chief, the Muslim League (N), and the Pakistani government’s partner Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MKM) were to blame for all the issues during the general elections.

Formation Of The Coalition Government, Nawaz Sharif Is Busy In The Selection Of Cabinet Members

According to people close to the Sharif family, Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz—who the PML-N has nominated for chief minister of Punjab—are meeting with Punjabi bureaucrats to provide Maryam Nawaz training, but they are not prepared for the election. Nothing is emerging as a major issue in the current political environment.

Prior to the elections, Nawaz Sharif was deemed by his party the front-runner for the prime minister position. However, he was forced to resign in favor of his younger brother Shahbaz Sharif when his party was unable to secure a simple majority.

Formation Of The Coalition Government, Nawaz Sharif Is Busy In The Selection Of Cabinet Members

Nawaz Sharif, who was elected prime minister three times, has reportedly retreated following the surprise election results, according to him. The issue surrounding the validity of the elections kept him from assuming leadership of the next government that was constituted at the center. As.

He went on to say that Nawaz Sharif is currently working on completing the list of names for the Punjab and federal cabinet members, saving his energies for another time.

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According to him, Nawaz Sharif’s current responsibilities include making decisions behind the scenes, suggesting candidates for the Punjab and federal cabinets, and appointing his preferred bureaucrats to high-level posts.

Speaking to another party leader, he stated that Nawaz Sharif had become accustomed to the’reality’ of elections and was not prepared for the blow to his party.

He was well-informed about each constituency prior to the polls based on surveys conducted by his party and intelligence services, which differed greatly from the outcomes that were revealed following the elections on February 8.

The chief ministership of Nawaz Sharif’s daughter is currently the only satisfactory outcome of the elections, according to the leader of the Muslim League (N).

Maryam Aurangzeb, the spokesperson for the Muslim League (N), did not confirm or deny when questioned about Nawaz Sharif’s involvement in attempts to build a federal and Punjabi administration, nor did she dispute them.

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