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Nisar hints govt-PTI talks can resume after Nov 30

TAXILA: The Federal Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Saturday suggested the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) to first hold the November 30 rally in Islamabad and then come to the table of talks with government, while he entirely rejected the presence of Islamic State in Pakistan, ARY News reported.

Talking to media here, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan hinted at talks between the government and the defiant PTI to be resumed again, saying that negotiations can possibly be held after the PTI’s November 30 rally in the federal capital.

The Interior Minister however reminded that the rally in Islamabad will be held in accordance with the law and rules and regulations.

When asked to comment on reports about the presence of Islamic State, Nisar once again strictly rejected the existence of the international terror outfit in Pakistan.

While speaking further about the November 30 rally, Chaudhry Nisar warned that nobody should misunderstand the state authority, adding, “The state is not so weak that anyone could invade it”.

“If the federation wanted, it could have seized both the containers on August 31”, said the minister.

 

 

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