Qadri asks PAT to join PTI sit-ins in 4 major cities
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Monitoring Desk ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Allama Tahirul Qadri has asked PAT workers to participate in the PTI sit-ins, starting from Saturday in four cities across the country.
Qadri said, "we have to make our struggle successful, and we cannot return short of their des- tination."
However, Qadri said if the result of their struggle does not come on the 15th day, it may come on the 16th day.
Convincing his crowd on Imran Khan request to extending their deadline for another day he said, "Now we have two options, first we take our decision without waiting for reply as our deadline has ended. Second ISLAMABAD: Talks between government and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PT) suffered another failure on Friday with two sides refusing to back down from their stated positions.
Speaking to journalists, senior PTI leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that deadlock persisted between two sides due to mistrust.
"We came with a constructive approach. We gave fresh suggestions, but government doesn't offer any solution," he said. He stated that PTI also demanded explanation from government regarding position it took in the National Assembly. See # 14 Page 7 option is that we wait for a bit."
After supporters responded to the two options given Qadri, by raising hands backing decision to wait, PAT chief announced to extend his deadline.
Qadri told his supporters that their struggle has forced prime minister to convene a cabinet meeting at this hour of night.
He said he had sent his delegation to PTI chief Imran Khan in the evening. After that he also tried to communicate with PTI chief but did not succeed due to some of my engagements.
Claiming that PAT and PTI are struggling for the same cause, Qadri says that if the two parallel struggles split and negotiated separately, that would allow the government to succeed. PAT chief says it is
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