- Fazl, Maryam turn down proposition to hold amazing dialogue
- Oppositions pioneers were reacting to articulations made by PML-F pioneer Ali Durrani with respect to plausibility of a fantastic discourse between the public authority and PDM
- Durrani had before met PML-N’s Shehbaz, proposed track II exchange between key political actors
DERA ISMAIL KHAN/LAHORE: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) isn’t prepared to hold any “dialogue” with the decision PTI government, PDM boss Fazlur Rahman and PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz both said on Friday, discouraging any chance of compromise at the public level.
The proclamations from the key Opposition pioneers came a day after Pakistan Muslim League-Functional secretary-general Muhammad Ali Durrani met PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif, where he suggested that a Track II exchange was the need of the hour.
Fazl said all resistance groups are joined together and their requests are the executive’s acquiescence and free and reasonable elections.
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The PDM boss additionally said the closely-held conviction of a resistance chief ought not be interpreted as the PDM’s stance.
“The Functional League is the B-team of the establishment whose people are performing duties designated to them,” Fazl stated, adding that Shehbaz Sharif is a detainee, so anybody can meet him. Notwithstanding, he expressed that such things can’t impact the Opposition’s aggregate standpoint.
‘PML-N backs PDM’s choice of not holding talks’
PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz excessively declared that the PDM won’t go into any sort of dealings with the public authority amid calls for dialogue.
Taking to Twitter, Maryam said that the PML-N initiative backs the PDM’s choice to abstain from holding converses with the public authority, adding that “mini or grand dialogues hold no importance”.
“We will not give an NRO to this fake puppet government. This is the nation’s decision,” Maryam maintained.
What occurred in the Durrani-Shehbaz meeting?
Talking to columnists after the gathering, Durrani had said that once a progression of abdications begins, the move will be negative for vote based system and the nation in general.
Durrani said that the nation’s present circumstance requests a “grand dialogue” and that matchless quality of the Constitution is a crucial requirement for Pakistan.
“Track II dialogue is the need of the hour,” he stated, adding: “These dialogues will not get exposed [to the public], but their results will.”
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He said that whether it is the public authority or the Opposition, “the wiser people” among both wish to keep conversing with each other.
“Every thinking man knows that a conflict is not in the interest of Pakistan […] we have not come here to antagonise anyone,” Durrani said.
He proceeded to state that the gathering administration wishes both the public authority and the Opposition will go to parliament and sort out their differences.
“In this conflict, not only will the loser have lost, but the winner too will gain nothing.”
“We are fully prepared for Track II dialogue,” he added.