Govt again invites Imran Khan to resume dialogue

August 31, 2014 Off By Web Desk

Islamabad: Minister for planning and development Ahsan Iqbal has again invited Imran Khan to resume dialogue for resolution of the crises. He said the government is ready to resume talks from the point where these were suspended to solve the issues.

Ahsan Iqbal has said he is convinced that innocent people were used as tool to sabotage the upcoming visit of Chinese President to Islamabad.

He said PTI is part of international conspiracy against Pakistan’s development agenda.

The minister said the sit-inners are doing the politics of invasion as they invaded the parliament and other state buildings.

He said the government was convinced to resolve issue through dialogue and thing were satisfactory for PTI dialogue committee. He said all of a sudden, Chairman PTI Imran Khan directed his party workers to invade the state institutions in the red zone.

Ahsan Iqbal said the government has been exhibiting its utmost restraint. He said the government has been keeping the doors of dialogue open and trying to stop protesting parties to avoid taking law in their hands.

The minister said PTI dialogue committee seems powerless because of Imran Khan’s attitude towards dialogues. He, however, hoped they will return on the dialogue table instead of provoking people for extra-constitutional attempts.

Minister for Planning and Developing Ahsan Iqbal has reiterated that the Prime Minister’s resignation is out of question.

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