There may be a’seat adjustment’ coming with Tareen’s new party, according to Khawaja Asif.The Minister of Defence has stated that the PML-N is not in danger from Jahangir Tareen’s Istehkam.-e-PakistanDefence Minister Khwaja Asif stated on Friday that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) does not face any threat from his party, Istehkam-e-Pakistan. This statement came a day after prominent politician Jahangir Khan Tareen founded his own political party.The minister made this statement while he was chatting with journalists in Islamabad. “Seat adjustment can be done with Jahangir Tareen’s party,” he explained.
Asif also stated that the country’s general elections will go forward without a hitch and at the scheduled time.Tareen made the formal announcement of the formation of his new political party the day before. “We are laying the foundation of a new political party — Istihkam-e-Pakistan Party,” he stated while addressing a news conference flanked by former PTI leaders like Aleem Khan, Imran Ismail, and other individuals.The important politician from Southern Punjab, who is a former close aide of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and had a big role in the formation of the party, stated that he entered politics so that he could contribute to the improvement of the country and play a part in the formation of the party.
“We have gathered at one platform to make joint efforts to lift the country out of this quagmire,” he said, adding that the country need a political leadership that was capable of resolving all current challenges, including social, economic, and other issues. “We have gathered at one platform to make joint efforts to lift the country out of this quagmire,” he said.During this time, Asif was commenting on the economic goals that the government had set for itself and said, “The failure to achieve economic goals does not mean that the government is a failure.”
He went on to say that his party was able to salvage the state by putting politics aside. We acted as a barrier to prevent the collapse of the economic system.On the other hand, Senator Dr. Asif Kirmani, a leader of the PML-N and a close aide of party supremo Nawaz Sharif, rushed to Twitter and referred to the group that Tareen is leading as a gathering of “capitalists and industrialist feudals.”A senior politician tweeted, “The nation has no hope of stability from those who caused instability in Pakistan,” which essentially means that there is no hope for stability from such people.PTI is opposed to the IPP.According to the PTI, the formation of new political parties by leaders who have come together as a result of “forced divorces” is not the answer to the current problems that are plaguing the nation.
“Launching new parties full of people who are coming after forced divorces is not the solution to the problems Pakistan faces,” the previous ruling party stated on Twitter, in response to the IPP being founded by Tareen, who has since been expelled from the PTI.The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) reaffirmed the need for new elections that are free and fair, stating that the people of Pakistan should be given the opportunity to choose their representatives.Tareen’s party is made up of politicians who quit the PTI during the ongoing mass exodus; many of them have stated that they are leaving the party and retiring from politics as a result of their decision.