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Governor likely to dissolve Punjab assembly tonight: Sources

Governor likely to dissolve Punjab assembly tonight: Sources

Governor likely to dissolve Punjab assembly tonight: Sources
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  • Governor to dissolve Punjab assembly tonight, sources
  • Baligh-ur-Rehman likely to sign summary
  • Summary was sent to him yesterday by CM Punjab
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LAHORE: Punjab Governor Baligh-ur-Rehman has concluded the consultations with legal experts over the issue of Punjab Assembly dissolution and is likely to sign the summary today, BOL News cited sources.

The sources in know also said that the PA will be dissolved tonight after the signature of the governor.

It was also revealed that the notification of the caretaker government will be issued for CM Punjab.

Pertinently, the summary was sent to the governor last night by the CM of Punjab Pervaiz Elahi.

The development came after the CM took a vote of confidence and 186 members on the floor showed trust in him.

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On the other hand, Baligh-ur-Rehman has said that the dissolution of the assembly after the summary sent by CM is a must but difficult.

He also said that Ramzan is just 90 days ahead so deciding the date of the elections would be difficult.

Earlier, governor Punjab contacted the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leadership to discuss CM’s advice on dissolving the assembly, according to the Governor House sources. A letter had been written to the PML-N leader Hamza Shehbaz for the formation of caretaker government in the province.

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