PTI & PAT should now come forward for negotiations: Marvi Memon

August 18, 2014 Off By Web Desk

Islamabad: Chairman of National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Information and Broadcasting Marvi Memon has said Pakistan Awami Tehreek and Awami Tehreek should abide by their agreements of not entering the red zone.

In an interview Tuesday, she said the two parties before entering the capital had given guarantees of not breaching the red lines. She wondered what did Imran Khan want to achieve or show by entering into the parliament along with his workers. It will not be appropriate of using women and children as a human shield.

She said the supporters of PTI had also started going back to their homes because of the controversial and unreasonable stance of Imran Khan.

Marvi Memon said committees have been constituted for dialogue with the protesting parties and they should now come forward for negotiations.

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