PML warns of massive protest if PTI suspends current LG system

10:32 AM | 8 Sep, 2018
PML warns of massive protest if PTI suspends current LG system
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LAHORE - The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has chalked out a plan to prevent Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's provincial government from trying to roll back the existing local government system in Punjab.

The major opposition party, at first, will raise voice against the possible attempts in the provincial assembly and then approach the court against the government if LGs, which are dominated by the PML-N, is suspended.

The party is also considering to launch massive protest if it is not succeeded in the assembly and court, an English daily reported, citing sources.

This is the very decision that the PML-N may take a consultation meeting of local government in a meeting likely to be held on Monday at Central PML-N Secretariat in Lahore

The decision to call the consultation meeting was held on Wednesday during a meeting presided over by opposition leader Hamza Shehbaz.

Senator Mushahidullah Khan, earlier, had said that the PTI wanted suspend the current local government system in order get its own candidate elected. He vowed not to allow the PTI to disrespect the mandate.