Negotiations not possible with terrorists: Javed


PML-N not to accept minus Nawaz polls

Pakistan Muslim League-N’s senior leader Javed Latif objected on Monday to the ongoing negotiations between the govt and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, and said that talks were not possible with “terrorists” and “those who weaken institutions”. Talking to the media, the minister added that the government never ran away from elections even though our leadership was disqualified and kept out.

“Talks are never held with those who throw petrol bombs nor with those who are instruments of world powers. Negotiations are not held with those who talk about Mir Jaffer, Mir Sadiq,” Latif said.

Latif further said that it is better if the people sitting in the institutions confess their mistakes, adding that “negotiations outside of the Constitution cannot be done at anyone’s will”. The PML-N leader also said that the party will not accept elections without the participation of party supremo Nawaz Sharif in any way.

The federal minister said that today the situation has come to a point that now people sitting in the institutions will have to speak the complete truth.