KARACHI, July 29: Pakistan  Muslim League-F chief Pir Pagara has said that his party will play its due role in the coming general elections not only in Sindh but at the national level.

The PML-F chief was talking to a group of newsmen after meeting Ghulam Mustafa Khar, who called on him at the Raja House on Sunday.

In reply to a question, he said that Mr Khar, who has joined the PML-F a few weeks back, exchanged views on the political situation prevailing in Punjab.

The PML-F chief said that after Ramazan he would visit different parts of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan.

He said that a think tank was being set up in the party to prepare an election manifesto.

Pir Pagara said that the time had come that the PML-F play its due role in politics.

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