In a strategic move, Nawaz Sharif, the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, engaged in a phone conversation with Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl chief Mualana Fazlur Rehman on Monday.
The call revolved around crucial discussions concerning the intricate process of forming a unified government, a necessity arising from the split mandate witnessed in the General Elections 2024.
With no single political party able to secure a standalone government, leaders Sharif and Rehman navigated matters pertaining to the potential collaboration for a unified governance structure in Pakistan.
The anticipated meeting between Nawaz Sharif and Fazlur Rehman is slated to unfold in the next two days, as sources reveal.
The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has already unveiled the results of 264 constituencies in the National Assembly on its website.
According to the ECP, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-backed Azad claimed victory on 93 National Assembly seats, while PML-N secured 75 and the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) candidate clinched 54.
Remarkably, the PML-N emerged as the largest party in the National Assembly with 75 seats. Independents, supported predominantly by PTI, conquered 101 seats.
The Peoples Party secured 54 seats, while the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) achieved 17 seats.
Further diversifying the landscape, the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) and JUI both captured three seats, while the Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party (IPP) secured two seats.
The Majlis Wahdat al-Musleen, Muslim League Zia, and Balochistan National Party each claimed one seat, reflecting the intricate dynamics of the electoral landscape in Pakistan.