Government policy is talks and reconciliation: ISLAMABAD: Federal Priest for Religious Matters Noor-ul-Haq Qadri on Monday claimed that the government’s policy is talks and also reconciliation and it is bound to bring the issue in the parliament.
The Religious Matters preacher was providing declaration on the flooring of the National Assembly over the countrywide objections by the workers of proscribed team TLP.
Talking on negotiations, he said that 2 rounds of talks have been held last evening and today. “The third resting will certainly be held this evening,” he further claimed.
He recommended development of an All Events Board to deal with the concern.
The Foreign Ministry will certainly submit its draft of legislation to this board as it is upto the parliament and incumbent government to make a decision the diplomacy, Qadri stated.
“We asked them to convince the committee concerning the nature of the draft,” the priest stated.
“Regrettably they offered strike get in touch with April 20 and also it was the federal government’s obligation to guarantee opening of the roads, motorways and also the G.T. Roadway,” Qadri additionally claimed.
“You can not also provide petitions for five times while obstructing roads,” he claimed.
Talking with the media after Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired a conference to review the law and order circumstance, Interior Preacher Sheikh Rasheed claimed that the issues are entering a positive direction throughout talks with the proscribed TLP.