Islamabad: In the wake of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s special aide, Naeemul Haque’s speech in which he has mentioned that PM will hold discussion with the opposition, PML-N cleared that they haven’t received any dialogue offer.
On Monday, PML-N has mentioned that their party has not received any dialogue offer from the PM as it was stated by Naeemul Haque.
It is worth noticing that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s special aide, Naeemul Haque has cleared the air on Sunday saying that Pm will soon hold discussion with the opposition.
For the sake of public welfare, Prime Minister Imran Khan will talk to the opposition parties. While speaking at Shahzad Iqbal’s programme “Naya Pakistan”, Haque revealed that PM will soon bring comfort for the people of his nation.
He also urged the other opposition parties to stand with the government in its motto to remove poverty from the region. He said, “We have only three-and-a-half years left. I urge the opposition to render their full support. If the opposition even hints towards it [cooperation] we will hold talks with them for the benefit of the people.”
PML-N has criticized the government
One of the senior leaders from PML-N has criticized the government saying that “Khan has ruined Pakistan’s economy and institution in just 17 months because of his high headedness and arrogance, adding that it’s time for him to come to senses and stop playing with the lives of Pakistani people.”