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Kundi stated that the PPP has no objections to talks between PTI and military leadership

Pakistan Peoples Party Central Information Secretary Faisal Karim Kundi stated on Saturday that his party had no objection to talks between Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and military leadership.

Addressing a press conference, Kundi asserted, “PTI has five factions, each with its own narrative. Those individuals brought back to the country by PTI are involved in terrorism.”

He continued, “PTI aims to appease those providing services, while simultaneously targeting retired individuals.”

Kundi remarked, “Talks will be feasible if PTI acknowledges mistakes and apologizes for May 9.”

Regarding the possibility of joining the cabinet, Kundi mentioned, “The decision to join the cabinet rests with the PPP’s Central Executive Committee. We are neither in a rush nor keen on joining the cabinet.”

Additionally, PPP leader Akhunzada Chatan recently commented that the “blue-eyed” rule had adversely affected the economic situation of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

During a press conference, Chatan stated, “The blue-eyed rule has contributed to a fresh wave of terror in KP. There is a need to revise the policy in Afghanistan as our current approach has failed on multiple fronts.”

He continued, “Ill-planned policies have resulted in a new wave of terrorism. The National Action Plan (NAP) has not been effectively implemented, and there are no indications of its future implementation.”

Chatan urged Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur to convene a meeting to address terrorism issues.

“Even the KP governor has failed to convene a jirga meeting to tackle problems. It is imperative to convene a jirga meeting to address the terrorism challenges faced by emerging districts,” Chatan emphasized.

Highlighting educational challenges in KP, Chatan lamented, “Unfortunately, students in KP lack access to textbooks for their studies.”

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