LAHORE - A senior leader of the Awami National Party says that the future government will be a coalition as no single party will get enough seats to come to power.

Answering questions in Nawa-i-Waqt Forum on Saturday, Mr Ehsan Wyne, the party’s secretary general, said the caretaker setup was in a position to hold free and fair elections.

However, he said, terrorism posed the biggest threat to his party.

He recalled that whenever the ANP held a public meeting, terrorists hit them, as a result of which several ANP leaders and supporters lost their lives.

On the contrary, he said, the PTI and the Jamaat-i-Islami faced no such threat and they were holding public meetings in KPK fearlessly.

Replying to a question, the ANP secretary general said his party had always contested the elections single-handedly.

However, he said, the party would take a decision about joining hands with other parties keeping in view the outcome of the polls.

He ridiculed as childish PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s statements on various subjects. The programme was conducted by Mr Saifulla Sipra.