- Fawad Chaudhry says authorities and PML-N “held optimistic talks” over the Senate elections in Punjab.
- Laments that Opposition’s agenda “stays restricted to “political positive aspects”.
- Says authorities needs to carry talks with Opposition on reforms.
Federal Minister for Science and Expertise Fawad Chaudhry mentioned Saturday the federal government and PML-N “held optimistic talks” over the Senate elections in Punjab.
Nonetheless, regardless of the “optimistic talks” the science minister, in his tweet, mentioned that the Opposition’s agenda “stays restricted to political positive aspects”.
“The issue is that the agenda is proscribed to political pursuits solely — let somebody [exit the country], give aid in circumstances, and many others,” he mentioned.
Shedding gentle on the Centre’s aspirations, the science minister mentioned that the federal government needs to debate reforms with the Opposition relatively than points of private curiosity to them.
Learn extra: All candidates from Punjab elected unopposed
All candidates from Punjab elected unopposed
Fawad Chaudhry’s remarks come two days after the Election Fee Punjab introduced that each one candidates for the Senate election from Punjab have been elected unopposed.
All candidates on the technocrat and basic seats from Punjab have been elected unopposed, mentioned the election fee.
The candidates had been elected in spite of everything challengers withdrew their nomination papers. Right now was the final day for the withdrawal of nomination papers.
Candidates who’ve been elected from Punjab are listed beneath:
Azam Nazir Tarar (PML-N)
Syed Ali Zafar (PTI)
Dr Zarqa (PTI)
Saadia Abbasi (PML-N)
Sajid Mir (PML-N)
Irfan-ul-Haq Siddiqui (PML-N)
Ijaz Chaudhry (PTI)
Aun Abbas (PTI)
Kamil Ali Agha (PML-Q)
Saifullah Sarwar Niazi (PTI)
Afnanullah Khan (PML-N)
Based on the break-up, 5 Senators every from the PML-N and the PTI have been elected whereas one, Kamil Ali Agha, has been elected unopposed from the PML-Q’s platform.