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PTI to decide fate of party backed independent candidates today

Barrister Gohar has affirmed that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is poised to reach a conclusive decision regarding the political party that independent candidates, supported by the PTI, will align with to secure reserved seats. Stressing that reserved seats cannot be obtained by independent candidates, Gohar conveyed that the final decision on party affiliation for reserved seats would be made on the same day.

The preliminary results from the Election Commission of Pakistan have indicated that independent candidates backed by the PTI have garnered the highest number of seats in the National Assembly, with the PML-N emerging as the single largest political party. However, a crucial caveat remains: PTI candidates must forge alliances with another political party to become eligible for these reserved seats.

Notably, on February 8, the MWM secured a significant victory in Kurram’s NA-37, with Hamid Khan declared the winner after amassing 58,650 votes, as per the Election Commission’s Form-47. This triumph assumes added importance in light of speculations surrounding a ‘Plan-C’ by the PTI, wherein reports from January hinted that PTI-backed independent candidates might opt to join another party in the National Assembly. This strategic move would not only foster organizational strength but also pave the way for securing coveted reserved seats. The unfolding political dynamics underscore the intricate maneuvers being navigated by the PTI in its pursuit of a viable and advantageous political landscape.

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