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PTI Denies Holding Secret Dialogues with Government

RAWALPINDI: Rana Sanaullah, a senior member of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), recently offered a “reconciliation offer” to the leadership of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). However, Barrister Gohar Ali Khan, the Chairman of the PTI, has stated that they have not received any communication about dialogue, nor have they engaged in any secretive discussions.

Barrister Gohar, speaking to reporters outside Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail, relayed that incarcerated PTI founder Imran Khan confirmed the absence of any dialogue invitation. He emphasized that they would publicly announce any invitation for talks.

The politician firmly rebuffed the notion of engaging in talks with the current government, asserting his party’s stance against clandestine negotiations.

Regarding the cipher case hearing against the former premier at Rawalpindi jail, Gohar revealed that the prosecutor presented 21 witnesses who testified on that day. He lamented the alleged denial of an opportunity for Khan’s legal team to present evidence during the 14-hour session.

Discussing the cases involving Khan’s wife, Bushra Bibi, Gohar asserted her lack of involvement in the Toshakhana case. He claimed that these cases were instigated to pressure the PTI founder.

Gohar raised suspicions about the legitimacy of Sunday’s by-elections, alleging premeditated results and irregularities in the electoral process. He accused the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) of failing to ensure fairness and transparency and announced plans for peaceful protests against the alleged rigging.

Furthermore, he called upon the Supreme Court to address PTI’s petitions regarding the Form 45 issue, emphasizing their pursuit of justice.

Notably, PML-N senior leader Rana Sanaullah’s reconciliation offer came amidst the country’s multifaceted challenges, including economic, political, and security crises. Sanaullah urged Khan to prioritize dialogue over escalating tensions, citing the country’s fragile economy and the imperative for constructive resolution.

Sanaullah’s call for dialogue followed his party’s claimed victories in the recent by-elections, indicating a potential shift in political dynamics amidst ongoing challenges and uncertainties.

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