PML-Q, PTI to work together for Pakistan

The two leaders agreed that it was not time to form a concrete alliance but they will to work together for the people.

Express December 25, 2010

LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League Quaid-i-Azam (PML-Q) leader Chaudhry Shujaat and Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf Chief Imran Khan on Saturday vowed to work together for a better Pakistan.

Shujaat called on Khan at his residence in Lahore where the two leaders decided to devise a joint strategy to resolve all issues confronting the country.

Although the two leaders agreed that it was not time to form a concrete alliance, they said both parties had the will to work together in the future for the welfare of the masses.

Shujaat was accompanied by Moonis Elahi and Chaudhry Zaheeruddin.

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ABDULLAH K.T. | 9 years ago | Reply | Recommend i m r an k h a n teherik e insaf reply to the innocent members/workers prime minister jilani was running around when jui and mqm distanced them self from the coalition and announced would sit on the opposition benches, till their demands on inflation and the gasoline prices are reversed. minister of jui was sacked and there were multiple differences on the school of thoughts they belonged. then why did jilani ran seeking support to save his govt, what should the members of people’s party think "ppp" regarding jilani?? is he betraying his party or the party itself betraying itself??? is that what the members and worker should think about him or the party??? if imran khan meets the poliitician of the country, why do you people take it as a wrong notion or point a finger at him, he is a good politician and he has every right to meet and listen to them or their point, of their agenda/s exchange views how to improve economic detiorating condition, eradicate corruption from the country, for the benefit of the pakistani nation exchange views on our foreign policy. there is no harm in meeting and listening. imran khan did not committed any commitment, signed any agreement against the aims and objects, manifesto or the policiy of pti or the pakistani nation, so meeting with the politician does not mean that he is going against the constitution of "teherek e insaf " without consulting/consultation wth the central executive committee of the "pti" without reporting of the meeting with the party who he met, he does not take any personal decision
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