Long March

Talks aside, time for govt to go home, says Arif Alvi

PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leader, Arif Alvi has said that following today’s happenings in Faisalabad, there seems almost no chance of talks and his party may demand for the dissolution of the Nawaz-led government, ARY News reported.

Talking to media here on Monday, Arif Alvi said that there seems almost no chance of negotiations between the government and the PTI. He vowed to demand PTI’s core committee not to hold negotiations as long as Rana Sanaullah and all other accused of PTI workers’ killing are not arrested.

Alvi hinted that PTI may ask the government to go back home, as it has terribly failed in governing the country.

Taking exception to Rana Sanaullah, he said that the former law minister of Punjab had ordered for the killing of PAT workers in Model Town Lahore, while today he gave a go ahead to PMLN activists for sabotaging PTI’s rally in Faisalabad.

“Policemen had surrounded the man who fired at PTI rally, but the former law minister of Punjab managed to take away the culprit from the spot”, accused Arif Alvi.

“PMLN’s Gullu Butts were flexing muscles for past four days, yet the police kept playing the role of a silent spectator until today.”

He castigated the Information Minister for accusing his party of pursuing the politics on ‘dead bodies’, adding, “It is you, who kill our people and then accuse us of indulging in dirty politics”.

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