The Chief Minister of Sindh, Syed Murad Ali Shah, and the Leader of the Opposition, Rana Ansar, met for a second time to decide on the caretaker chief minister. However, they could not reach an agreement and will meet again on Monday. During the meeting, they exchanged names of their candidates for the interim set-up, but did not disclose these names to the media. Ansar mentioned that it was difficult to reach a consensus in just a few meetings and they will consult with their leadership and ally, GDA, before making a decision. If both sides fail to reach an agreement, the matter will be referred to a parliamentary committee. Senior PPP leader Nasir Hussain Shah expressed hope that the matter will be resolved amicably in the next meeting. According to the Constitution, the outgoing Chief Minister must provide three names for the caretaker CM and seek suggestions from the opposition leader within 48 hours of assembly dissolution. If an agreement cannot be reached, a committee will be formed to make a decision. If that fails as well, the Election Commission of Pakistan may make the final decision. There is a possibility that the matter will be referred to the Election Commission.


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