Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) senior leader and Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood said after meeting with the leadership of the Alliance Pakistan Muslim League (Q) that the alliance with them was strong and the concerns were resolved to a large extent.
Shafqat Mahmood said, "This is a relationship of thought, our thinking is one with another and we are one for Pakistan, its future and what we want for Pakistan Muslim League, so this is a very strong relationship. Is, if there is a problem somewhere in the implementation then it is not a problem that cannot be solved '.
He said, "We have a strong and lasting relationship and will continue to come, whatever difficulties will be overcome, I met them for about an hour and a half in a very good environment, I highly recommend them (we ) Chaudhry learns a lot from him, he has a lot of experience and he is passionate too.
On a question, he said, "I had a meeting with Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi in which there was a detailed discussion on the issues of both parties."
He said: "I want to dispel the notion that the purpose of forming a new committee is not to renegotiate those agreements that have been made before, it is not, but rather the agreements that have already been made." Implementation will take place, there is no change in what has already been decided and we will carry on.
The Federal Minister said that "soon our committee will have a detailed discussion with the Pakistan Muslim League-Q Committee, which has Cheema Sahib and Mons."
Shafqat Mahmood said, "The meetings between the committees will take place in the next 4 or 5 days while the relationship between us is very strong and (I) am saying this in their house."
He said that the Pakistan Muslim League (Q) is not angry at all, there were some concerns which have been talked about, these concerns have been resolved to a great extent and when the committee will sit down to discuss the provisions of this agreement.
On a question regarding the concerns of the PML-Q, he said, "One of the concerns was that if a new committee is formed, then the whole thing will be started from the beginning. This is not the case, I assure that the PTI and The unity of the Pakistan Muslim League (Q) are not due to anybody's take but rather the thought is one and it will remain and we will solve the problems of Pakistan together ”.
on the other hand, PML-Q leader Moonis Elahi said that the stand of our party was "twitching" which was agreed upon during a meeting with a government committee headed by Jahangir Tareen. After that, there will be no problem in meeting with another committee.
When asked if his party had any problems with a new committee member, he replied, "We have no problem with anybody and we have good relations with them. Our principle stand is that of the first committee. Decisions should be respected and then we will have no objection to having a dialogue with the new committee. '
Responding to a question asked by the Prime Minister on the committee headed by Jahangir Tareen, Moonis Elahi said, "We do not know why the Prime Minister needs to change the committee that has been in the past 2 Been in contact with us for months and was able to clear our reservations. '
It is to be noted that PML-Q President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain refused to negotiate with the new committee formed by Prime Minister Imran Khan to celebrate angry allies.
Prime Minister Imran Khan dissolved a committee consisting of Jahangir Tareen, Defense Minister Pervez Khattak and others last week, and directed Punjab Chaudhry Sarwar, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar and Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood to hold new talks with the PML-Q. ۔
In addition, the new committee was included in the new committee for talks with MQM Pakistan, Governor Sindh Imran Ismail, Opposition Leader Firdous Shamim Naqvi and Sindh Assembly Member Haleem Adil Sheikh in the Sindh Assembly.
The committee, led by Jahangir Tareen, had agreed to negotiate with the PML-Q, empowering them to be the two ministers in Punjab and a minister in the centre, in addition to several parties including Gujrat, Chakwal and Bahawalpur districts. He was also asked to give administrative powers in the tehsils.
The committee had assured that it would talk to the Prime Minister to give another federal ministry for the PML-Q.