PTI’s Asad Umar addresses a press conference on Sunday. PML-Q Islamabad chapter president Rizwan Sadiq and traders’ leader Ajmal Baloch are also present. — Online
PTI’s Asad Umar addresses a press conference on Sunday. PML-Q Islamabad chapter president Rizwan Sadiq and traders’ leader Ajmal Baloch are also present. — Online

So keen the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) is to win the upcoming polls, it is lapping up support from all political quarters, regardless of their current stature.

On Sunday, the party entered into an alliance with the PML-Q — once the king's party — over three National Assembly seats in Islamabad.

But in electoral landscape 2018 even the support of has-beens doesn't come without expectations. The PML-Q wants the PTI to pay "full attention" to the capital that is facing several crises that need to be dealt with — if it forms the next government.

Read more about the development here.