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Govt to resume talks with the protesting PTI: NIsar

05 December, 2014

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ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar revealed in his office while talking to reporters on Thursday that the government has decided to resume talks with the protesting PTI.

Earlier, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has made contact with Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan and discuss about the developments in this regard. The minister told that despite serious allegations levelled against the government by the PTI leaders from their containers and their hostile behaviour, the government has decided to resume the dialogue process with the party. Nisar further told that a report regarding the matter has also been sent to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who is currently in London.

He informed the media that the government wants to hold dialogue with open heart as earlier it was the PTI that suspended the dialogue process no the government. He said leaders of protesting parties have different versions while addressing at container and with the government representatives. Nisar said the government decided to resume dialogue process despite the PTI leadership is regularly giving confronting statements against the government. It is important to mention here that opposition leader Khursheed Shah had a meeting with PM Nawaz during which he asked him to formally resume talks with the PTI.

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