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Siraj says affairs have entered into a dead-end street

ISLAMABAD: Chief of Jamat e Islami (JI), Sirajul Haq has said that the all the matters have entered into a dead-end street, while if the constitution was suspended then it will be impossible to unite everyone, ARY News reported.

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He was talking to media after the meeting of the representatives of the opposition parties that lasted for three hours. Sirajul Haq said, “He had a contact with the former President, Asif Ali Zardari and PTI vice-chairman, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, and if the present situation persists, then the politics and constitution will be ended here”.

He said we are trying to resolve the crisis and for this meetings will be held with Imran Khan and Dr Tahirul Qadri tonight.

The JI chief urged all the stake holders to keep the national interests foremost.

On this occasion, former Interior Minister, Rehman Malik said that the decisions made by the parliament are durable enough, while all the people sitting inside the parliament are aware of the pains and hardships they have met in the way of democracy.

He told that during the meeting, Federal Minister, Abdul Qadir Baloch briefed the committee of opposition parties, on behalf of the government.

Malik said efforts are being made to end the deadlock over PM’s resignation between Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and the government.

The former Interior Minister said that it will be a setback if the Chinese President rolls back his visit to Pakistan, while the government has said that it has accepted 5 out of 6 demands of PTI.

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Siraj says affairs have entered into a dead-end street

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