Pakistan

Hamza Shehbaz elected as Punjab CM with 199 votes during symbolic session

Lahore-PML-N leader Hamza Shehbaz was tagged as the Punjab chief minister with 199 votes during a emblematic session on Wednesday.

Maryam Nawaz complimented Hamza Shehbaz on his palm.
The common opposition had held a token meeting in a hostel after the Punjab Assembly was locked on Wednesday.
MPAs belonging to the PML-N and abettors parties shared in the session. Over 196 MPAs, including women, shared the session. Deputy Speaker Dost Muhammad Mazari presided over the session.
Also, the Tareen Group, Abdul Aleem Khan Group, Asad Khokhar and dissentients of the PTI were also present.
PML-Nvice-president Maryam Nawaz also attended the token session. Speaking on the occasion, Maryam Nawaz said the government of Imran Khan and the fake government in Punjab had ended.
“For having a maturity in the House, Hamza Shehbaz has the right to form the government in Punjab,”she added. She said that the session wasn’t a token session, but legal and indigenous as well.
Maryam Nawaz said that the PML-N is going to prove its maturity in the session.
Opposition Leader in the Punjab Assembly Shehbaz Sharif said that the nexus of Chaudhary Pervaiz Elahi and the PTI was using cheap tactics.”The country has been made a banana democracy,”he added.

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