(Islamabad News): A meeting involving the Rehbar Committee of the opposition parties and also the government’s negotiating group held on Friday finished without producing any outcome as deadlock persisted on picking on the place of the culmination of their Azadi March. Sources said the negotiating team of the government refused the need of their Rehbar Committee to permit collecting of their employees in the D-Chowk.
The government team adhered the opposition parties are permitted to hold a meeting in the Parade Ground. Both sides, after holding two rounds of discussions that concluded Friday night, without even committing any time-frame, chose to continue the talks process. The government staff, while focusing on the Parade Ground as part of this Azadi March, known to a previous decision of the Islamabad High Court (IHC). Both sides required break following the initial round of discussions during which Defence Minister Pervaiz Khattak spoke on phone.
The sources said Imran Khan claimed that its writ would be established by the authorities and the Azadi March wouldn’t be permitted to hit the D-Chowk. However, it wouldn’t be possible to provide any time-frame. The leaders from both sides into the disappointment of press people didn’t respond to their queries and left the house of Akram Durrani in which two rounds of discussions were held. But, Mian Iftikhar, a part of this Rehbar Committeeexplained it couldn’t be stated regarding when and in which another round of discussions could be held.
He said the government is currently utilizing. Speaking to media persons in Larkana, the Maulana said the arrest of their JUI-F employees will not have any influence on the Azadi March, adding that discussions with the authorities under conditions won’t be prosperous. The JUI-F leader said pumps are being shut down by the government, ration stores, stopping traffic and a single firm of JUI-F has been prohibited that establish this regime’s objectives. The Maulana said when their many million marches, such as the Peshawar million admissions, have been held why the government is banning it. Fazlur Rehman said Pakistan has come to be isolated and alone from the world of sitting authorities because of unsuccessful policy.
He explained according to a report list of governments has broken. He said risks of suicide attacks have been granted after banning Ansarul Islam. He cautioned that if something happened to some of Azadi March employee, the Imran Khan authorities is going to be held accountable. He said government and the assembly won’t be tolerated. The JUI-F leader said the PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has ensured of support to Azadi March.