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Govt. decides to form committees to negotiate with PTI, PAT

ISLAMABAD: In a bid to resolve political crisis, government has decided to form two different committees to negotiate with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), disclosed Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Sunday.

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While addressing a press conference on Sunday night, Chaudhry Nisar informed that committees will be assigned with the task to initiate talks with PTI, PAT leadership adding that it will be comprised of a representative from every political party. He said formation of the committees would be finalized by tomorrow morning and will start their work immediately.

Chaudhry Nisar said the two committees would have the mandate to hold meaningful and result-oriented talks with PTI and PAT. He said the government is ready to accept constitutional and legal demands of the two protesting parties.

Moreover, the Minister strongly criticized Imran Khan’s stance of calling for civil disobedience movement by saying “I’m shocked with PTI Chief’s announcement for Civil Disobedience movement, as it is an unconstitutional move.”

“ Civil Disobedience movement is not against government or rulers rather it’s against the state, country had faced four martial laws previously but it wasn’t demanded”, he added.

Nisar suggested Imran Khan to keep a fact in mind that ‘as you sow so shall you reap’, as if he adopt such policies to led the current government down in future he may become victim of same too.

Nisar requested Imran Khan and Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri to stop giving provoking statements that can led their supporters toward any violent move.

He clarified that state is important as government changes regularly. He said Pakistan has been facing several issues which needed to sort out on immediate basis and under such circumstances political stability is much needed.

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