Pakistan Government Invites Imran Khan’s In”Unconditional Talks”
The federal government led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is opposed to holding elections now. The term of the current National Assembly will end in August 2023.
thoughtfulnews.com: December 07, 2022
The Pakistan government on Saturday invited x Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party for holding “unconditional talks”. Saying negotiations are part of the political process and complex problems are resolved when two sides hear each other out.
The federal govt. led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is opposed to holding elections now. The term of the current National Assembly will end in August 2023.
Pakistan’s government on Saturday invited Pakistan’s Teliku-e-Insaf party, led by Imran Khan, for unconditional talks, saying negotiations are part of the political process and complex issues are resolved when both sides listen to each other. Said.
In a joint press conference with Home Affairs Minister Rana Sanaura, Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafiq said Pakistan’s opposition Telik-e-Insaf party will meet and negotiate with the government to resolve the deadlock over the early implementation of parliamentary elections. said it should.
At the same time, they also said that intimidation and negotiation are incompatible.
The development comes as PTI chief Khan said on Friday that the federal government, led by Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif, will call off rallies in the party-controlled states of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Unless he holds talks and appointments to be announced in a general election. It was done after I warned you to let me.
The federal government, led by Prime Minister Sharif, currently refuses to hold elections. The term of office of the current Diet is until August 2023.
Khan, 70, announced last week that his lawmakers would resign from the state legislature after withdrawing threats that his march in the capital Islamabad would lead to destruction.
Rafique said they should sit down with us for an unconditional discussion.
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When politicians sit tighter, issues are sorted out. X Prime Minister Imran Khan used to say that it is better for me to die than sitting with the government for talks. There is change in him. Our government always believes in talks,” he had said.