ISLAMABAD: A high-powered committee entrusted with the duty of holding dialogue with the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) made the primary formal contact with the celebration on Saturday, ARY Information reported.
Sources stated Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani held a telephonic dialog with JUI-F chief Abdul Ghafoor Haideri.
The committee led by Federal Minister for Defence Pervez Khattak will meet the JUI-F chief at 8pm tomorrow at his residence on the Parliament Lodges.
In an announcement following the telephonic dialog, Haideri stated they’re prepared to carry talks with the committee if it visits them for the aim. He stated they are going to see how far the federal government listens to their calls for.
Earlier as we speak, Defence Minister Pervez Khattak stated the federal government will not be mulling over the choice to name within the army within the federal capital Islamabad in view of the upcoming protests of the opposition events.
Whereas addressing a press convention alongside Federal Schooling Minister Shafqat Mahmood after a gathering of the committee, he rejected speculations concerning the federal government contemplating an choice to summon the army troops in Islamabad to take care of the forthcoming ‘Azadi March’ introduced by the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) supremo Maulana Fazlur Rehman.
“There isn’t a have to name army right here nor the federal government is contemplating it. The experiences are baseless and it appears that evidently an agenda designed by the anti-Pakistan parts are being adopted. I’m positive that Maulana is not going to fulfil the agenda of another person.”
Pervez Khattak additionally stated “I’m requesting all opposition events to talks to us. Anarchy might be unfold if the events don’t carry ahead their calls for and it is going to be held accountable. If you’ll not speak to us then we will certainly carry out our duties.”