Interior minister former Sheikh Rasheed on Friday said an agreement was reached regarding general elections scheduled for October. An announcement regarding this is expected to be made soon.
In a tweet posted on Twitter, the head of the Awami Muslims League (AML) declared that all other than JUI-F's head Maulana Fazlurrehman has voted opposed to the plan.
"Those who are in quarantine (an indirect reference to PPP co-chairman Asif Zardari who tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolated) have also agreed to the snap polls," the official said, adding that the people are expected to "soon hear of the date of elections in October, a new Election Commission and the formation of an interim government".
Sheikh Rasheed claimed that the reputation of the political party that the partners in the coalition have "turned to ashes" and They have been "neither able to face the public, nor escape, nor able to return".
"The people will determine their fate. Democracy is now an act of ridicule and the assembly has become a spectacle."
The declaration from The former minister for federal affairs came just hours following the PDM leaders declared their intention to finish their term and reject the PTI request that assemblies be disbanded and hold early elections.
A gathering that included PDM officials was scheduled in Islamabad on Thursday, where the current political climate in Pakistan resulting from the Supreme Court verdict in the Punjab chief minister's election case was discussed.
A resolution endorsed by PDM leadership said that because of the interpretation of the SC in its latest decision the country is now in turmoil, chaos, chaos, and political turmoil are being created in the country. This has led to the economic downturn.
The PDM meeting repeated its commitment to the coalition that it would conclude its term and general elections would take place in time.
"The wrongdoings of the Imran Khan government cannot be undone in a year; therefore, elections will be held on time and the mess created by the previous regime would be cleaned up in the next five years," the resolution reads.