I know, a ridiculous statement. But here's how I reached at it . Say we have a solution of two components liquids A and B.
By Raoults law,
$$p_A= p_A^o \times x_A \tag1$$
Also by Dalton's law,
$$p_A= P_T\times x^V_A \tag2$$
Now if the solution is azeotropic,
So that implies the total pressure equals the partial pressure of A.
Which is absurd. Please tell me where I am going wrong.