Governor sees opposition’s protest ending soon

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Amraiz Khan

Lahore

Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar on Wednesday said that opposition’s protest would soon be concluded as the government would ensure all possible arrangements for resolution of justified demands of the opposition. He said that the government did not want any confrontation with opposition, whereas Maulana Fazalur Rehman was a seasoned politician and he would also have same approach.
The governor said taht neither Prime Minister Imran Khan would resign nor opposition’s dream of new general elections before 2023 would come true. The Governor expressed these views while talking to PTI’s MPA Sardar Mahinderpal Singh, MPA and Chairman of Punjab Food Authority Umer Tanveer Butt, PTI South Punjab President Noor Khan, Heidelberg City Council Member Pakistan expatriate in German Waseem Butt and MPA Ayesha Nawaz Chaudhry and others at Governor’s House.
Chaudhry Sarwar said that opposition has no reason to demand Prime Minister Imran Khan’s resignation and early general elections as the people of the country had given a mandate to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) for five years, adding that the government made it clear that no negotiations could take place on such demands. He said that government’s dialogue committee was honestly doing its work therefore soon positive results of dialogue would come out, adding that it was responsibility of the opposition to abide by the agreement signed between government and the opposition.