ISLAMABAD: A 12-member committee has been fashioned to play the negotiator’s position between the federal government and the proscribed Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), Minister of Non secular Affairs and Interfaith Concord, Pir Noor-ul-Haq Qadri, stated Saturday.
Talking to the media after attending a gathering of the federal government and non secular students belonging to the Barelvi faculty of thought — with Prime Minister Imran Khan within the chair — Qadri stated that the committee is in talks with the federal government in addition to the leaders of the proscribed organisation.
The federal minister stated spiritual leaders from throughout the nation met the prime minister and expressed the resolve to wrap up the matter peacefully.
Qadri stated the premier advised the assembly’s members that the incumbent authorities has all the time welcomed significant and critical talks.
The prime minister additionally advised the ulema that their options, which could save the nation from bloodshed, will even be thought-about, the federal minister stated.
“The 12-member committee is in talks with the TLP management, and we hope they will transfer ahead [in their negotiations with the proscribed political party],” he stated.
Earlier within the day, a delegation of ulema had reached the prime minister’s private residence at Bani Gala late Saturday afternoon, the report had stated.
For his half, President Sunni Ittehad Council (Faisalabad) Sahibzada Hamid Raza stated the prime minister had assured the assembly’s members that the federal government wouldn’t use “torture” to curtail the protests.
Raza stated the prime minister advised the assembly that he didn’t want to see bloodshed within the nation, however famous that there can be “no compromise when it got here to the writ of the state.”
“We urge the protesters to not resort to violence […] as negotiations are underway in numerous elements of the nation,” the SIC president stated.
When requested whether or not the protest was a constitutional proper, Raza stated that the protesters ought to stay the place there and never transfer ahead as it’d sabotage the negotiations.
“Wait a little bit extra since you’ve got already waited this lengthy,” he advised the protesters.
Raza refused to enter particulars in regards to the negotiations, as he stated that it’d result in confusion.