The delegation of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will meet the leaders of the South Punjab Front, who will leave PML-N today. It is expected that both the party’s delegations will address the press conference after the meeting.
On Monday, 8 members of the Assembly of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, including 6 members of the National Assembly and two members of the Provincial Assembly, had begun to start the public movement in southern Punjab province, so that south Punjab could be made into a separate province. Imran Khan and the leaders of PTI had announced the support the creation of southern Punjab province.
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. He said that the PML-N will resolve this issue in South Punjab as the party has always wanted for the southern Punjab belt to develop.