PTI will be welcomed back in NA but no caretaker talks before August: Rana Sanaullah.

ISLAMABAD -- Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah on Monday said that the government will 'welcome back' PTI MNAs to the National Assembly if they were to return but maintained that any discussion over a caretaker setup can be held only once the mandated tenure of the government expires in August.

Earlier today, media reports claimed that PTI Chairman Imran Khan, in a meeting with journalists at his Zaman Park Residence in Lahore, hinted that he could be open to sending his party's lawmakers back to the National Assembly to discuss a caretaker setup, which he feared could be decided by the government and opposition leader Raja Riaz if the PTI were to remain absent.

Media could not independently verify the remarks made by Imran.

Sanaullah, while talking to media regarding Imran's comments, said: 'Of course, we will welcome them [back] into the assembly as even when they were leaving, we had said it was an...

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