No talks, no NRO as Bilawal meets Maryam at Jati Umra
December 11, 2020 06:59 PM
PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Saturday said the establishment’s role in government formation would have to come to an end, as PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz again ruled out any compromise, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
The two leaders were talking to media persons after Bilawal visited Jati Umra for offering his condolences to Maryam over the sad demise of her grandmother Begum Shamim Akhtar.
Bilawal said both the government and the facilitators would have to think and accept the people’s decision.
He ruled out any dialogue with the government and said the offer had been made as they were cowards and afraid of the people. Imran Khan should resign and leave the office himself, said the PPP chairman who added that the time for talks had long gone.
When asked about Imran Khan’s repeated stance that all the thieves have assembled on a single platform, he said the prime minister used to issue threats but currently calling for talks.
About resignations, Bilawal said they were ready to give the sacrifice of their government in Sindh, adding that those talking about any cracks in the PDM were just daydreaming.
Speaking on the occasion, Maryam said the sitting ministers were in contact with the top PDM leaders for talks but she wasn’t interested in that and did not even consider it appropriate to give a reply.
The person who had been stating repeatedly that he won’t give any NRO was begging for talks. Neither the PDM nor the people would give any NRO to Imran, she remarked.
Maryam said she believed from the very beginning that the current government was bogus and there shouldn’t be any dialogue with them.