The leadership of Muslim League (N) was presented with a report of defeat in the by-elections, the people did not accept the defecting members, reasons like increase in the prices of petroleum products and electricity led to the defeat.
After the defeat in the by-elections of Punjab, a meeting of the top leadership of Pakistan Muslim League (N) was held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz, Federal Ministers Rana Sanaullah, Khawaja Asif, Maryam Aurangzeb and Azam Nazir Tarar, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, Malik Ahmed Khan, Attaullah Tarar, Sardar Owais Leghari, Rana Mashhood and others participated in the meeting. In the meeting, the defeat of the party in the by-elections and the future political strategy were considered.
According to party sources, after the defeat of Muslim League (N) in the by-elections of Punjab, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif called a meeting of the central leadership of the party. In the meeting, the reasons for the defeat in the by-elections and the future strategy and the strategy to save the Chief Ministership of Hamza Shehbaz were discussed.
Sources further say that Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif will also contact the government allies and a meeting of the coalition parties will also be called for the future strategy.
According to party sources, Rana Sanaullah presented his detailed analytical report on the party’s defeat in the by-elections. The party report presented a separate analysis for each constituency.
According to the report, the League workers in the constituencies did not accept those who had defected from the opposition party, party officials, old ticket holders and former local body representatives did not fight in the election campaign, in the name of tough economic decisions, petroleum products and The increase in electricity bills increased the rate of inflation.
According to the party sources, the report said that the extreme rate of inflation fueled the fire and played a major role in the defeat. The reduction in the prices of petroleum products just two days before the by-elections did not help. Voted against rejecting this slight reduction in product prices.