Opposition rejects govt talks offer
The opposition parties in the national assembly have rejected the offer to hold talks with the government, reported 24NewsHD TV channel Wednesday.
The government has formed a committee to hold talks with the opposition to smoothly run the budget session in the parliament after a three-day pandemonium in the national assembly.
However, the sources said the opposition have rejected this committee comprising Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Parvaiz Khattak, Asad Umar, Ali Muhammad Khan and Amir Dogar.
Sources said that the opposition is in no mood to hold any kind of talks with the government.
They added that the opposition is of the view that all the talks should be held in the parliament.
The opposition is of the vies that the treasury benches have humiliated the opposition for two days in the parliament and now the matter could be resolved only in the parliament.
The government wasted three days of the budget session and now how it can talk about negotiations, the opposition told the government.
The opposition said that the government held negotiations twice on Wednesday and now the door for the negotiations has been closed.
The sources said the government is ready to apologise in private but the opposition now wants the government to apologise in the parliament.