Govt holds out olive branch to PTI
Talking to media in Islamabad, he said the government was ready for dialogues with the protesting PTI.
Even if PTI asks for, talks can be resumed on Sunday, he added.
If judicial commission establishes that general elections 2013 were rigged, then the government have no right to stay in power, underlined the minister.
But for creating a conducive milieu for talks, he said, the PTI needs to wind up its protests and sit-ins.
He reiterated the government stance that Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Intelligence Bureau could not become a part of judicial commission for probing election rigging allegations.