Government offer must be taken positively despite shortcoming

The government has decided not to file appeal against the LHC’s verdict in which it upheld the session court orders to register the names of the accused. The Federal Ministers Khawaja Saad Rafique, Kh Asif and Pervaiz Rasheed were of the view that the government is ready to nominate the prime minister and other ministers in the FIR. Khawaja Asif told the House that process for the FIR has started and the government will not appeal against court orders. But he made it clear that the government’s fresh move amidst the heated political climate and resulting deadlock should not be misconstrued as vulnerability arguing that government offer for registration of FIR was considered our weakness but nothing against law and constitution would be accepted. He also assured the House that government would not allow anyone to harm the system, the Parliament and the Constitution. Inspector General of Punjab Police (IGP) Mushtaq Sukhera has also confirmed that order regarding FIR registration has been received and sections will be applied in the case as per law. Sections

302,307,148,149,334 and 109 have been added in the FIR against 21 accused including PM Nawaz Sharif and CM Punjab.

But ironically the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Chief Dr. Tahirul Qadri hasrejected the first information report of Model Town tragedy lodged in Faisal Town police station.

He argued that FIR is not acceptable to him as it was incomplete as the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has not nominated in the FIR besides sections of anti-terrorism act were also not included in the FIR. The PAT chief’s latest stance once again proven that the government offer for not filing an appeal against the LHC’s verdict did not help in ending the political impasse. It was being feared that government might use force if the marchers tried to move towards the parliament after the announcement made by the PAT chief Wednesday night telling his party activists and supporters that their would be no dialogue with the government and he would reveal future course of action against the incumbent government within next 24 hours.

While PTI Chief Imran Khan remained firm over his major demand i.e. Prime Minister must resign or go on 30-day leave until the rigging issue is resolved.

In the same time parliamentary leaders are terming the demand of both the protesting parties as highly undemocratic as history will not forgive elected members if anything untoward happened to the democracy. They accused the leaders of the protesting parties for not showing any flexibility on their part that could help in ending the crises peacefully. The government no doubt has demonstrated maximum restraints by keeping its doors open for dialogues. Though the government could have avoided the crises by ordering registration of FIR on PAT behalf right after the sad incident of Model Town, but delay on the part of government gave momentum to PAT for launching protest drive which was supported by the other political parties. Same mistake was made by the government by not paring heeds to PTI demand for recounting of votes in four constituencies. Both the protesting parties are now in no mood to give the incumbent any relaxation but the ruling party must not give up its efforts to resolve the issue through dialogue.

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