Saad Rafique has stated that engaging in negotiations with Imran is not feasible.

On Sunday, Rail lines Pastor Khawaja Saad Rafique clarified that conversing with the vexed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) after May 9 was impossible.

In front of the media outside Jinnah House in Lahore, Mr Rafique criticized former Prime Minister Imran Khan for appointing a seven-member committee to negotiate with the current government. He wondered how we would communicate with them.

Mr Rafique claims that Mr Khan gave his team the order to stop negotiating with the government last month, as the Supreme Court had ordered.

The PTI ought to issue an open apology. Mr Rafique claims that the PTI’s actions were not motivated by politics.

On Sunday, Nawaz Sharif, the head of the Pakistan Muslim Association Nawaz (PML-N), expressed no chance of examining the PTI.

This improvement happened not long after developing a seven-part panel by PTI pioneer Imran Khan to participate in conversations with the public authority driven by PDM.

In a tweet, he expressed that conversations are solely directed at government officials. There will be no negotiations with the group that tainted the graves of those who died for their country or destroyed property through terrorist acts.

Mr Khan identified some party leaders who are either in prison, evading capture, or rumoured to be considering leaving the PTI amid its massive exodus.

Prior, Imran Khan, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) director, argued to the different political players to hold “prompt discussions” since the PTI was encountering a mass departure of its individuals.

Mr K claimed that whenever he requested a conversation, he began to feel more pressure. Don’t for a moment even challenge to feel that I am frail because at whatever point I call for it, the police come external my home, and warrants are given.

He said the party had been targeted for a crackdown without first looking into the attacks on the Commander House in Lahore. He added that harming the army was comparable to weakening the nation and asked if anyone was interested.

Mr Khan told journalists he could swear he never instructed a party activist to damage national buildings. He added that he didn’t permit anybody to vandalize public structures after barely getting away from an attempt to kill him [in Wazirabad], so he failed to see how he could ask them to do so again.

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