Ex-Punjab governor Chaudhry Sarwar joins PML-Q.

LAHORE -- PTI leader and former Punjab governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar announced on Sunday that he would be joining the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q).

Sarwar, who was sacked as the Punjab governor last year in April by the PTI government, announced his decision to join the PML-Q at a press conference in Lahore alongside party president Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain.

Addressing the press conference, Sarwar said that he had made the decision after many consultations. He said that he was informed that Shujaat was an 'honest and trustworthy person' who had always spoken about uniting the people of the country.

'Political differences have turned into an enmity and despite the difficult situation, politicians are not ready to sit together,' he remarked. 'I invite all the stakeholders to unite and initiate the process of the country's development.'

He said that the people would decide who would govern the country. 'But we should sit down together in these difficult times'.

He further said that the country would only be able to progress once its institutions were strengthened and were allowed to work according to their abilities.

Addressing the country's youth, Sarwar said that they should understand the power of their vote. 'If they are not happy with the performance of one government...

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