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Bilawal Bhutto said 'Mann Ki Baat', explained the power equation like this – News India Live

Former Foreign Minister of Pakistan Bilawal Bhutto Zardari revealed the equations of power sharing. He said that it has been argued that the announcement for the post of Prime Minister was made between his party and the party of former PM Nawaz Sharif.

An important meeting was held on Monday between the parties of four-time Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. During this, many issues were discussed between the two parties. But he has not made any announcement yet. There has been no official statement from any party regarding government formation.

Bilawal Bhatto explained the equations of power sharing

In the elections held on February 8 in Pakistan, independent candidates supported by jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan's party Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) won 93 out of 265 seats. While PML-N won 75 seats and Pakistan Peoples Party PPP won 54 seats. It is noteworthy that Nawaz Sharif and Bilawal Bhutto have agreed to support with 17 seats.

To form the government, any party will have to win 133 out of 265 seats contested in the 266-member National Assembly. Addressing a rally in Thatta city of Sindh province, 35-year-old PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto revealed the power equation presented to his party by the PML-N, which he rejected.

Bilawal Bhutto said that after making me the Prime Minister for three years, I have been asked to hold the post of PM for two years. I myself refused and said that I do not want to become Prime Minister in this way. When the people of Pakistan elect me, I will become the Prime Minister.

Candidates accused of winning by force

Bilawal said that the country needs such a PM. Who talks about people's problems. He further said that all party leaders should leave their own interests and think about the people of the country first. His comments came a day after Rawalpindi Deputy Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chatta accused him of making losing candidates win in the city.

Before resigning, Liaquat Ali Chatta claimed that 13 candidates were forcibly declared winners.

After his claim, the Election Commission of Pakistan has started investigation. Former PM Imran Khan's PTI party has protested across the country against rigging in the elections held on February 8.