PTI negotiators leave for Long March as govt doesn’t show up  

By: News Desk
Published: 11:26 PM, 25 May, 2022
PTI negotiators leave for Long March as govt doesn’t show up  
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Following the Supreme Court’s order, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) reached the negotiation's venue of the Commissioner’s office but the government team failed to show up there.

According to the 24News HD TV channel, after a long wait for the government’s negotiators, the PTI team left the venue of the negotiation fixed by the Supreme Court for joining the long march in Islamabad.

The PTI negotiators Babar Awan and Faisal Chaudhry said that they will submit the report to the Supreme Court tomorrow morning.

The PTI leaders said they will inform the court in the report that there were no administration officials or the government committee for the negotiations at the Commissioner’s office at 10:00 pm.

Pertinent to mention here that the ADCG Rana Waqas repeatedly offered to Babar Awan to come inside the Chief Commissioner's office but he refused to go inside till coming the government’s team.

PTI leader Babar Awan also replied to the district administration that they cannot harass him and his staff for coming inside the office of the commissioner.

Anyhow, after waiting for the government’s committee members, Babar Awan and Faisal Chaudhry left the Commissioner's office without discussion.

Later, the government team, led by Ayaz Sadiq, reached the venue and expressed a surprise at PTI negotiators for leaving without holding talks.

Ayaz Sadiq said the delay was due to obstacles on the route but they were in touch with the Chief Commissioner all the time.

He appealed to Babar Awan to hold negotiators and avoid spreading anarchy and hatred. He said that Chief Commissioner is calling but the PTI team is not coming as they boycotted the talks.

Ayaz Sadiq and his team member Asad Mehmood said they will stay at the Chief Commissioner’s office for talks.

Reporter: Farzana Siddique