2013 Elections Rigging: Deadlock Persist between Government and PTI
Islamabad: The negotiations between Pakistan PTI and government have been deadlocked again over definition of rigging.
According to media deadlock persisted between Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and government over definition of rigging, PML (n) termed rigging as conspiracy against government while PTI defined it as unidentified votes in polls.
After meeting of both parties at residence of PTI leader Jahangir Tareen on Friday evening, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has stated that all clauses of proposal have been agreed except three which will hopefully overcome in next round of talks on Saturday.
PTI vice chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi also talked to media after conversation said that they will meet with good intentions to remove the differences, hopes that government will also show flexibility as shown by PTI to resolve the political crisis.
It is reported that Both of parties have agreed to form Judicial commission to investigate the rigging in 2013 election while terms of reference still not agreed, the talks have ended on Friday without reaching any solution which accommodate both parties on their reservations.
Earlier, PTI chairman Imran Khan announced to end the sit-in and nationwide protest to unite the nation for war against terrorism, following Peshawar massacre in which Taliban hit the army school and killed 141 including 132 innocent children.