Imran Khan's fortunes in opposition

LAHORE (Analysis: Mazhar Abbas) The new political divide in the opposition can be considered the fortunes of Prime Minister Imran Khan's government, especially at a time when he is unhappy with the problems caused by some of his ministers. The corona virus is the staple of the world's world ahmed
 Imran Khan's fortunes in opposition

At that time, our government is facing more challenges than its own internal opposition. There is pressure in the ranks of the opposition to exert pressure on the government as seen in the meeting of the Pakistan Muslim League-N parliamentary party.

Meanwhile, some leaders of this party met Chief Minister Usman Bazdar, breaking party discipline. PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had in January threatened to stage a protest march against the government but it seems that he has abandoned the program and started his party's mobilization campaign in Punjab where his party At that time, the PML-N and the PTI are far behind; members of the campaign have been waiting for a long time.

Third major opposition party Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) has also abandoned another freedom march on receiving negative signals from powerful constituencies, its leader Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman now accusing both the PPP and the PML-N. They are indirectly strengthening the hands of Imran Khan's government by splitting the opposition.current world news

During the meeting and in telephone conversation, PML-Q leaders and especially Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain advised them to wait and see. Gujarat Chaudhrys have recently received huge benefits from the government, now they are preparing for the municipal elections.

They are also seeking reconciliation with other government allies MQM (Pakistan and the BNP (Mengal)). Will take a joint stand for

This is a new political divide in which all three opposition parties have adopted their own approach and approach to the government and other constituencies. Some are demanding relief and some have been found and some are waiting, with or without Prime Minister Imran Khan.

What happened at the PML-N High Command meeting on Tuesday clearly shows the uneasiness of party policy leaders. Party President Shahbaz Sharif has decided not to support the free march of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) first and then goes to London.current world news

The NLG leaders alleged that they (Shahbaz Sharif) were not following Nawaz Sharif's statement nor giving their due process. Thus, on Tuesday, the PML-N camp was seen split between pro-pro and pro-Shahbaz statements.

 The surprise of the meeting was the silence of the party, on the silence of Maryam Nawaz. The six points presented by former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi have also not been discussed. During the meeting, the pro-pro faction raided. Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Secretary General Ahsan Iqbal are also interested in political activities which have given a six-point formula.

It called for initiating a national dialogue between institutions and the four pillars of the state, the government, the military, the judiciary and the media, and to determine the role of intelligence agencies in political affairs.

 The party has not announced any date for Shahbaz Sharif's return. There are also reports that since the majority of the party leaders want to come to Nawaz Sharif's statement, which means that Maryam Nawaz should break her silence, Shahbaz Sharif may extend his stay in London. Some leaders of the PML-N believe that some of the leaders may change their loyalties if the party continues to disrupt. PTI and Q League have already contacted them.

The PPP and its chairman, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, are afraid that they will be stopped whenever they decide to take an aggressive approach, such as the long march to Islamabad in March. Instead, he is now addressing meetings and conventions of various classes, women, trade unions, activists, student groups and lawyers in Punjab.

In the second phase, he will address conventions at the district level and then general meetings. But since the release of former President Asif Ali Zardari and some key figures in the fake accounts case, the PPP has decided to keep its activities soft and for the first time has been criticizing Bilawal Nawaz and Nawaz Sharif.

This new political divide has eased the pressure on the ruling PTI, which looks strong despite problems with governance and allies. Interesting events are happening.