No one is allowed to create chaos in the country: Khattak


ISLAMABAD, Nov 02 (APP): Head of government’s negotiating team Pervez Khattak on Sunday said that our doors are open for talks with opposition but we will not allow any attempt to create chaos in the country.

He expressed his views while addressing a news conference along with Special Assistant on Information and Broadcasting Dr.Firdous Ashiq Awan, Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood and MNA Asad Umar.

He categorically said that if the march participants leave their designated place to move forward, they will be breaking the agreement signed with the administration and law will take its course if the agreement is broken.

He said any damage caused to lives and property will be the sole responsibility of opposition if they resort to violence.

Defense Minister said core committee also regretted on statements made on container of opposition march.

The head of government’s negotiation team said holding protest at this critical juncture when Kashmir issue is in limelight will undermine this important cause.

He said the criticism on national institutions by march leaders will not serve any purpose.

“Our national institutions are our pride and working for the nation and if the opposition has any issue, they should talk according to agreement” he added.

“Opposition should lodge their complaint to Election Commission of Pakistan if they have any objection on national election results” he further added.

He said the core committee has decided to go to court against Maulana Fazal ur Rehman after he made a statement of citizen arrest of the Prime Minister, as it is equivalent to inciting people on mutiny.

Replying to a question, Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood said Prime Minister Imran Khan very effectively highlighted the Kashmir case in the world. The protest march has diverted the attention from the Kashmir issue.


VNS, Islamabad