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Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Khosa. — File Photo

LAHORE: Punjab Governer Latif Khosa has said the caretaker government will be formed with a consensus.

Addressing an Iftar dinner organised at the Governer's house in honour of PPP workers and leaders on Friday, he said the Election Commission would form a caretaker government if politicians failed to do so.

He alleged that the opponents had made fake votes in previous elections, adding that even then the PPP had won those elections.

Khosa said the PPP-led government had shut all secret doors and empowered people in real form by passing the 19th and the 20th amendments.

The governor said parliament is the institution which was the real representative of the masses, adding that it would complete its tenure and the power transition would be completed transparently.

He hoped the PPP would win the next general elections on the basis of its performance.

Coordinator to President Naveed Chaudhary, PPP Punjab General Secretary Haji Azizur Rehman Chan, PPP Punjab information secretary Raja Amir, PPP Lahore general Secretary Zekria Butt, several senior party leaders and workers attended the Iftar dinner.

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