PTI wants to remain in politics through protests, agitation: Talal

Govt not in pressure on PTI’s protest plan: Talal

ISLAMABAD, Oct 2 (APP): Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML N) MNA Talal Chaudhry Sunday said Pakistan Tehreek i Insaf (PTI) wanted to alive its politics with protests and agitation as they had had no other issues.

Talking to a private news channel, Member National Assembly said PTI chief Imran Khan was doing politics over Panama Papers issue and not sincere to get the matter resolved.

He said PTI had filed petitions in Supreme Court (SC) and
Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) while on other side they were threatening to shut Islamabad.

Imran Khan was trying to put pressure on the institutions, he added PTI should have wait for decisions from SC and ECP on their references before going to the roads on the issue, Talal said.

He said the government would fully cooperate and would
submit reply there as it was committed to resolve Panama Papers issue.

The Prime Minister had submitted complete details of
his assets and nothing was hidden, the MNA added.

Talal said PTI had been on roads for three years and doing
politics there as they were least interested to come in the
Parliament which was supreme institution of the country.

He said people had rejected PTI’s politics of agitation and
were giving decision in favour of PML N through votes in recently held AJK elections and by elections as well.

About All Parties Conference of Parliamentary Leaders which would held on Monday, he said Kashmir issue would be
discussed there.

He said the government wanted to evolve consensus on national issues like it had done in the past.