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Unconditional negotiations with PTI possible, says Rana Sanaullah

Unconditional negotiations with PTI possible, says Rana Sanaullah
October 29, 2022 Web Desk

ISLAMABAD (APP) - Minister for Interior Rana Sanaullah Khan said that negotiations with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) were only possible if it holds dialogue with Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) without placing any conditions.

While responding to various questions on the Twitter Space, Rana Sanaullah said that they are not in favor of early elections and it is clear that incumbent Assembly would complete its tenure. “However, leadership would decide into it further, but it is essential that all parties, including PTI, have to accept the existence of each other.”

The interior minister said that PML-N wanted early elections in past but it decided to go with majority after sitting with allied parties and listening to their arguments. “Politicians accommodate each other and have flexible attitude but PTI leadership lacked political maturity as a “weird person” had entered into politics, who never understood politics and democratic principles.

“Country was on the verge of bankruptcy when the PML-N assumed the power, which salvaged the country from the economic default. Under the dynamic leadership of prime minister, the finance minister is working hard to provide maximum relief to the people of Pakistan,” he said.

Minister for Interior Rana Sanaullah Khan also rebuked allegations levelled by Senator Azam Swati regarding the torture on him. “Swati committed contempt of two institutions in his tweet, adding that the PTI leadership was just hurling allegations and propagating against state institutions. No false case had been registered against anyone during their tenure and the case against Swati was filed by the FIA over a highly-objectionable tweet,” he concluded.