Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


PML-N Dismisses Deal Claims, Aims for Coalition Government in Balochistan


The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has categorically refuted reports suggesting a power-sharing agreement with any political party to form the government in Balochistan. Instead, the party asserts its independent claim to lead the administration with the backing of its allies in the region.

Sheikh Jafar Mandukhail, the provincial president of PML-N, reaffirmed the party’s position, emphasizing that they command the majority and have the intention to establish the government. Despite the Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) aspiration to nominate its Chief Minister, PML-N intends to forge a coalition with its allies within the province.

Expressing concern over alleged electoral irregularities, Mandukhail asserted that opponents manipulated results through bribes offered to returning officers. He called for a thorough investigation into these allegations, reflecting the party’s commitment to ensuring fair and transparent electoral processes.

Earlier speculations hinted at the PPP in Balochistan forming the government through an alliance with PML-N and other political groups. However, PML-N’s recent declaration adds complexity to the situation, indicating potential challenges and negotiations in the process of government formation.

The political dynamics in Balochistan seem fluid, and the final configuration of alliances and power-sharing agreements remains uncertain. As the parties navigate through post-election developments, Balochistan’s political landscape could witness shifts and strategic alignments in the pursuit of forming a stable and effective government.

The coming days will likely unfold the intricacies of negotiations and coalition-building efforts among the political entities involved, shaping the future governance structure in the province.

Written By

I am a dynamic professional, specializing in Peace and Conflict Studies, Conflict Management and Resolution, and International Relations. My expertise is particularly focused on South Asian Conflicts and the intricacies of the Indian Ocean and Asia Pacific Politics. With my skills as a Content Writer, I serve as a bridge between academia and the public, translating complex global issues into accessible narratives. My passion for fostering understanding and cooperation on the national and international stage drives me to make meaningful contributions to peace and global discourse.

Art & Culture

KARACHI: The afternoon of 20th April was selected to honor those women artists who need to be promoted for their dedication to Art. The...


Reports from local media in Sydney, Australia, recounted a harrowing incident during a sermon on Monday, where a bishop and several others were stabbed....


SEOUL: Daud Kim, a Muslim K-pop sensation, excitedly shared news with his followers and revealed his plan to construct a mosque on a plot...

Art & Culture

KARACHI: With the onset of spring in Karachi, Mariam Maaz show heralds a new dawn in the Art-scape and is a breather of fresh...