LAHORE, July 26 (TNS): Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has announced it will sit on opposition benches in National Assembly, local media quoting party sources reported on Thursday.
The decision was made after a meeting of the PML-N’s central executive committee, according to reports.
The move comes as PTI leads in more than 110 constituencies of the National Assembly.
The reports added that PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif wants to play the role of a strong opposition.
The PML-N would write congratulatory letters to its winners and encourage those who were defeated in the fiercely contested election.
Earkier, PML-N president maintained that July 25 polls were massively rigged and his party would register a protest against it in the National Assembly, the sources said.