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Deadlock continues as govt rejects opposition’s demands for PM resignation, new elections

Deadlock continues as govt rejects opposition’s demands for PM resignation, new elections
November 5, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – No progress could be made between the talks between the government and the opposition after latter’s two demands – resignation of Prime Minister Imran Khan and new elections in the country – were rejected by the government. Talking to the media after the talks with the opposition on Tuesday, Rahbar Committee chairman Akram Durrani said that the opposition would not budge from the demand of the PM’s resignation Defence Minister Pervez Khattak said that the talks are continuing. “We are trying to find out in-between so that respect of the opposition not be hurt,” he said. Asad Umar said that he had been again summoned to the PM House. Earlier, the Dialogue Committee briefed Prime Minister Imran Khan about the talks with the opposition. The prime minister categorically refused to talk on his resignation and new elections. “We want to resolve the matter politically. Only legal and constitutional demands will be accepted,” he said. He said that he had informed the people much earlier that the corrupt mafia will take to streets. “Their objective is only their interest and defence of their corruption. Their political shops will shut due to the success of the government,” he said. The prime minister said that the corrupt mafia wants to spread uncertainty and anarchy in the country. PM Imran Khan also thanked the Chaudhry brothers for playing their role in the reconciliation talks.
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