Consultations continue among PPP leaders to form government in Sindh where it has emerged as larget political party.
The party has already nominated Murad Ali Shah for the slot of Chief Minister while names for new cabinet members are also being decided.
PPP has bagged seventy six seats in Sindh assembly and it needs no allies to form government in the province.
MQM Pakistan has lost its status of the second largest party in the province which it had been maintaining since 1988.
In its place, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf has emerged as the second largest party in the province with twenty three seats and will lead the opposition in the House.
Source: Radio Pakistan