Political jirga had no mandate to give recommendations

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, is surprised at the recommendations floated by a political jirga as the council was formed only to play the role of a facilitator in talks rather to give recommendations to end the standoff.

The jirga, headed by Jamaat-e-Islami chief, Sir ul Haq, had suggested that the prime minister makes a commitment on the floor of the parliament that he will resign if the proposed judicial commission found that the 2013 general elections were rigged.

A private television channel reported on Saturday the Prime Minister said in a meeting of Parliamentary parties that he was astonished at the Jirga’s recommendations to end the political standoff between government and two opposing parties.

The Prime Minister said that jirga should have at least talked to the government if it wanted to put proposals in front of the media.

Former Interior Minister Rehman Malik has meanwhile said that these recommendations are sent to all the three stakeholders.

The Jirga has said time and again that it is working on a plan, which if implemented, will benefit all parties.

Information Minister Pervaiz Rasheed has said that Jirga was not given any task and their recommendations were on their own choice.- DNA


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