PML-N, PTI leaders want ‘change, not confrontation’

Posted: July 2, 2014 in Current Affairs
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ISLAMABAD: Following the ultimatum issued by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan, both the government and the PTI are sticking to their guns. But behind the scenes, leaders from both sides are hoping for a solution through negotiations.

The argument is: there is too much at stake and neither the government nor the PTI can afford to stir up a hornets’ nest by going for an all-out confrontation.However, since Mr Khan put down his four demands, spokespersons from the two sides — Dr Shireen Mazari and Information Minister Pervez Rashid — can be seen working overtime to explain their points of view.Talking to Dawn, a senior aide to the prime minister said the government would try to address Mr Khan’s demand for electoral reforms and, in response, hoped for a positive response from him as well.

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