PTI joins hands with others to get reserved seats.


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The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) realizes that the lack of reserved seats would hinder their chances of forming a government in the national and provincial elections.) basically decided to join or merge with another political party to get this benefit.
The PTI leader said that while they are exploring options in this regard, the party will definitely not approach PML-N or PPP for a possible alliance..

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