ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif ruled out the midterm elections and announced that the next election will be held in 2018, however Imran khan declared 2015 as a election year.
On Saturday Nawaz Sharif said that government will complete its tenure and general elections will held in 2018.
Premier also said that performance of political parties would be judge in 2018 elections. “All political parties were stakeholders in a democratic system. “All of us know that loyalty to the Constitution is inevitable,” he said.
He claimed that government is working for the betterment of people. Organizations are working under Constitution of Pakistan and 2018 elections would decide who will sit in Parliament,” he added.
Nawaz Sharif said that “It must be clear to all of us that abiding by the Constitution and showing allegiance to it is essential for everyone. And there is no other way except to follow the path of the Constitution.”
On the other side Imran Khan still on his demand of midterm elections and resignation of prime minister, in Lrarkana he again demand for midterm election and resignation of prime minister.
While addressing to the activist of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran khan said that 2015 will be the election year.
PTI already announced a massiveanti-government political gathering in Islamabad on November 30.