- Muhammad Ali Durrani and Fazlur Rehman meet a day earlier than PDM assembly
- PML-F chief prolonged a suggestion of grand nationwide dialogue
- JUI-F chief rejects provide saying no talks could be held with the federal government
ISLAMABAD: PDM chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Thursday turned down Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) chief Muhammad Ali Durrani’s provide of a grand nationwide dialogue, it was reported on Friday.
The two leaders had met a day earlier within the backdrop of the PDM assembly scheduled for at this time.
During the assembly, Durrani prolonged an olive department to the JUI-F chief and provided him to provoke a grand nationwide dialogue with the federal government.
But, the PDM chief rejected the provide and stated that no talks could be held with an “incompetent and unelected” authorities.
The two leaders had met at JUI-F chief Riaz Durrani’s residence the place the 2 mentioned the present political state of affairs of the nation.
Durrani, just a few days in the past, had additionally met PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif within the Kot Lakhpat jail and had put ahead the identical proposal to him.
The Opposition leaders have strongly rejected the thought of holding talks with the federal government and have requested Prime Minister Imran Khan to resign.
The PDM management is assembly at this time in Lahore to finalise its anti-government technique.
Meanwhile, PML-Q President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain has additionally suggested the federal government and Opposition to carry a dialogue in the very best curiosity of the nation.