Deadlock ends between govt, two parties; claims Malik

PAT to withdraw ‘unjust demands,’ hints Abbasi

ISLAMABAD( Agencies): Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) leader Raheeq Abbasi Wednesday signaled that his party would withdraw “unjust demands” in a bid to end prevailing political stalemate.

“We have put forth all demands before the political jirga. Tell us about unjust demands if there any….we would withdraw them,” Abbasi, flanked by Rehman Malik and Sirajul Haq, said while talking to media.

He said that the political jirga comprising of opposition parties in the National Assembly wants an end to prevailing political impasse.He said that the PAT wants to resolve the political crisis through dialogue.
Earlier talking to media men, former interior minister and PPP leader, Rehman Malik claimed Wednesday that the current political deadlock ended between the PML-N government and two protesting parties, PTI and PAT.

“The nation will hear good news”, he said.He said that the current crisis can only be resolved through talks.

The PPP leader also appreciated Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) chief Siraj-ul-Haq’s positive role to end the crisis.Agencies

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