The opposition rejected the government’s offer of talks

The opposition rejected the government’s offer of talks

Opposition parties in the National Assembly have rejected an offer of talks with the government, the 24News News TV channel reported on Wednesday.

The government has formed a committee to negotiate with the opposition to facilitate the budget session in Parliament after a three-day pandemic in the National Assembly.

However, sources said that the opposition has rejected the committee comprising Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Pervez Khattak, Asad Umar, Ali Muhammad Khan and Amir Dogar.

Sources said that the opposition was not in a mood to hold any talks with the government.

He added that the opposition was of the view that all talks should take place in parliament.

The opposition is of the view that the treasury benches have humiliated the opposition in Parliament for two days and now the issue can only be resolved in Parliament.

The opposition told the government that the government had wasted three days of the budget meeting and now how could it talk about negotiations.

The opposition said the government held talks twice on Wednesday and now the door to talks has been closed.

Sources said that the government is ready to apologize privately but the opposition now wants to apologize to the government in parliament.


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