Railway Minister Khawaja Saad Rafiq has said the Government wants to resolve all political issues through political ways and dialogue.

Talking to newsmen in Islamabad on Friday, he said the Government is considering various proposals to resolve the current situation. 

The Minister described dialogue with Jamaat-e-Islami as positive and said both sides discussed various proposals to defuse the situation.


Minister for Housing and Works Akram Khan Durrani has strongly criticized the protest call given by Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan on the 14th of this month.

Talking to our Bannu correspondent, he said major political parties including Jammat-e-Islami, JUI, PPP, PML-N, ANP are against protests.

He said instead of holding protests, Imran Khan should focus on Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa where PTI has formed the government.


Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Sheikh Aftab Ahmed has said the government is ready to accept any proposal to ensure sustainability of democratic system. 

Talking to media in Islamabad on Friday, he said everyone should keep in mind the interest of Pakistan while making any protest on any issue as our forefathers rendered matchless sacrifices for independence.


Chairperson National Assembly Standing Committee on Information Marvi Memon has said the PML-N leadership is working to resolve all political issues through dialogue.

In an interview, she said the country could not afford political confrontation including protests and sittings at challenging time.

She urged PTI Chairman Imran Khan to present his recommendations regarding election reforms in the committee.


Talking to newsmen in Islamabad on Friday, Opposition Leader Syed Khurshid Shah said there is way out to resolve political crisis, but the government will have to work open heartedly to accomplish this objective.

He said the government should not create hurdle in the way of PTI long march to Islamabad as the arrival of Imran Khan in Islamabad will help open ways for dialogue to resolve the issues.

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