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07 July,2022 , 03:01 amAdmin

PTI is Ready for Dialogue After Election Date is Announced

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Fawad Chaudhry declared on Wednesday that the party was prepared for the possibility of a "grand dialogue" but would only join in should an election date be set.

In a press conference in Islamabad, Fawad said that should the government continue to make similar moves one after another. It could derail the nation's democracy. "Every day, another scandal of the government is being exposed. There's a solar-related scandal that should be looked into," said the PTI leader.

The former information minister said that no corruption case was brought against any minister who was part of the PTI-led government. "What transpired to Capt. (retd) Safdar in our time was a result of government officials of the Sindh government. 2 journalists died in Sindh and there are cases being filed against politicians. They are looking for a solution to the political issues, however. The date for elections must be set first." declared an official from the PTI leader.

Fawad suggested to Marriyum Aurangzeb

In a jab at Marriyum Aurangzeb, his deputy Marriyum Aurangzeb. Fawad suggested that the current information minister should take note of the fact that his husband. Was an Australian citizen and is a representative of the industry of tobacco in Pakistan.

Fawad said the fact that millions of dollars were donated to the industry of tobacco as a result of the lobbying of Marriyum. He further claimed that as a result of her lobbying, foreign corporations were granted concessions. "Now due to the lobbying of Ali Tareen and Marriyum Aurangzeb. The tobacco industry got billions of rupees as tax concessions," Fawad claimed. Fawad.

However, Shireen Mazari stated that the grand dialogue must be conducted by people who are governed by the people. "There is no opposition in Parliament. The largest political party of the country is outside the parliament," stated Mazari in her assertion that lawlessness has reached its height during the incumbent government's term. "If you want to impose Martial Law, then announce it clearly. Wherever we go, our cars are stopped and people are abducted," stated the former minister of human rights.

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