President Alvi and Jahangir Tareen meet Punjab Governor and CM

President Alvi and Jahangir Tareen

President Alvi and Jahangir Tareen meet Punjab Governor and CM, respectively.

The high-profile meetings in Lahore shows intra-PTI sensitive developments.

President Alvi and Jahangir Tareen

President Dr Arif Alvi and Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar had a meeting.

Official sources said matter of mutual interest came under discussion.

Besides, both also discussed government affairs.

Buzdar, Tareen discuss overall political situation of Punjab

Meanwhile, senior PTI leader Jahangir Tareen met Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar in Lahore today.
They discussed matters of mutual interest and overall political situation of the province.
Chief Minister said all stakeholders are on the same page and there is no pressure group or forward block in the party.
He said that our allies are with us.

Ruling coalition bickers

Pir Pagaro and GDA

However, Pir Pagaro had earlier made public his resentment over some unresolved public complaints.

Insiders disclosed that he shared his grievances with Governor Imran Ismail.
He said GDA also needs to keep promises they made to voters in rural Sindh. He said that the PTI coalition government must not forget its partner GDA.

MQM also complains

Coalition partner GDA also stays dissatisfied with the ruling PTI while MQM made public their differences.

Like minded parties and individuals formed Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) to challenge Pakistan Peoples Party in its stronghold in Sindh.

Since Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf formed a coalition government at the Centre, PPP continues to rule Sindh province.

However, PTI and GDA entered into coalition partnership to form federal government.

After MQM’s public disagreement, GDA spokesman Sardar Rahim came out to remind the PTI of GDA’s reservations.

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