Govt ready for 'meaningful' talks with opposition in Parliament : Andleeb Abbas.


ISLAMABAD -- Senior Leader Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Andleeb Abbas suggested that the opposition parties should talk seriously with PTI-led government and present their recommendations instead of doing undue criticism and walkouts in Parliament.

Talking to a private news channel, he said Imran Khan's government is ready for a meaningful talks with the opposition in parliament to resolve ongoing political issues for greater interest of the common people.

Under the honest leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, PTI-led government has taken steps for institutional reforms which have no example in the past, adding, it had become a trend to criticise government's steps.

She said opposition parties should come out with concrete proposals to amend the accountability laws to ensure more transparency in the process.

She also reminded that all the appointments in the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) including that of its chairman were made by previous government and Pakistan Peoples Party and past government wished to amend its laws but now they criticizing our government and using delaying tactics for personal interests.

She criticized that opposition wanted production orders instead of serious issues of public in Parliament.

Andleeb said government always ready to talk with opposition parties to introduce positive changes in laws related to National Accountability Bureau (NAB)...

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