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PPP urges having talks with PTI despite opposition from PML-N and JUI-F.

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PPP suggests communication to resolve political conflict. Bilawal Bhutto and Asif Zardari preside over the PPP gathering. A PML-N senator implores the government to have discussions with the opposition. ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) is in favour of talks with the opposition to resolve the nation’s ongoing political and economic crises, but the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) are opposed to such a move. As a result, the ruling coalition appears to be split on the issue.   The PPP’s core committee decided during a meeting held on Friday to contact all coalition partners to explore the topic of political party dialogue, including Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. (PTI). Former president Asif Ali Zardari and Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari shared leadership of the committee.   The PPP’s senior decision-making body convened to discuss the current political crisis and stressed that a number of factors, including the minority court judgement being given precedence over the majority court verdict, were to blame for the problem. After the discussion, PPP Secretary-General Nayyer Bukhari stated that this position was unacceptable from a legal, moral, and political standpoint and needed to be reconsidered.   The gathering also emphasised the necessity of swiftly and honourably settling cases involving divergent judicial judgements.   The party also restated its opposition to any postponement of the Constitutional mandate date in the interest of fair and free elections and urged for general elections for all legislatures to be held on the same day as allowed for in the Constitution. It is significant to note that the PML-N and JUI-F, the two largest political parties in the government coalition, have rejected conducting negotiations with the PTI.   Asad Mahmood, the head of the JUI-F, asked for Imran Khan to be subject to Article 6 in a statement he released on Friday.   Rana Sanaullah, the interior minister, has further rejected the notion of speaking with the PTI on several times.

Mushahid favours dialogue to end crisis

Mushahid Hussain Sayed, a senator for the PML-N, asked the government and PTI on Friday to quit battling the Supreme Court and the establishment, respectively, and lay the ground conditions for elections on time.


He was responding to a calling attention motion made in the House by lawmakers from both the government and the opposition over India’s attempt to have the Indus Waters Treaty revised. (IWT).

He fervently supported communication between the opposition and the ruling coalition, arguing that since talks were being provided to terrorists and Modi, why not them?


Mushahid emphasised that Pakistan needed to organise itself and show unity in order to confront India since Washington was also supporting New Delhi in its efforts to confront China in the area.


In reference to his most recent trip to China, he stated that the advice from the seasoned friend was for all political parties to speak up for Pakistan and its citizens by putting aside party lines and personal allegiances.

He lamented that the ruling coalition chose to take on the Supreme Court while the PTI was engaged in a conflict with the establishment.


The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was offered a discussion, so why didn’t we hold talks among ourselves, he questioned.


“Let us talk to the opposition also and other parties and set the rules of the game so that elections are held on schedule and the Constitution is followed,” he said after emphasising that even they were willing to speak with terrorists.

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