Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supremo and former Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday while giving the assembly members the task of preparing for the new elections, said that the next general elections could be held in 6 to 8 weeks.
In this regard, Imran Khan held a meeting with PTI lawmakers today at the Punjab Chief Minister’s Palace.
During the meeting, the former PM directed Dr Yasin Rashid to complete the organizational process in two weeks and also directed the lawmakers and party organizers to prepare for early elections.
“On May 25, those who violated the sanctity of the worker’s houses, the law will take its course regarding them, and I know who betrayed me,” Imran added.
Earlier today, Imran Khan and Punjab Chief Minister Pervaiz Elahi on discussed about the formation of the Punjab Cabinet and other issues.
After arriving in Lahore, former Prime Minister Imran Khan paid a visit to Prime Minister Elahi and discussed the common interests and political situation in the province.
Pervaiz Elahi informed the PTI chairman about the government’s measures to help flood victims.
In this regard, Imran Khan has issued instructions to speed up the relief work in the disaster area.