Consultations are on and we expect to come up on the same page by October 31,” said a senior PML-N leader. The PML-N leader admitted the fact that the opposition parties were divided over future course of struggle against the PTI government. “The opposition is also divided over a proposal from the JUI-F that all the lawmakers of the opposition parties must tender resignations from assemblies once they stage a sit-in at the D-Chowk. We are working to iron out differences,” the PPP leader said. Shehbaz Sharif also says that despite the 126-day sit-in, the stakeholders did not allow anyone to destabilize the system.
Source: Pakistan Today October 17, 2019 16:52 UTC