Imran Khan agrees to SC’s advice for dialogue with political parties

Imran Khan agrees to SC’s advice for dialogue with political parties

ISLAMABAD, JUN 10: In an important development, the founder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister Imran Khan has accepted the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s (SC) advice to engage in dialogue with all political parties, including the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP).

The apex court had urged Imran Khan to initiate talks with various political factions to address the country’s pressing issues.

Responding positively, the PTI founder has shown readiness to discuss with all political parties, aiming to foster political stability and address national challenges.

The former prime minister will be drafting a letter to the top court to communicate his commitment to this dialogue.

He will also issue necessary instructions to PTI’s political leadership regarding the content and approach of the letter. Key PTI leaders, along with Khan, have already begun drafting the letter’s essential points.

To further this initiative, the PTI has established a Legal Committee tasked with finalising the letter.

This committee will ensure that the letter accurately reflects the current political situation and outlines the challenges facing Pakistan. The committee’s meeting will be crucial in crafting a comprehensive and constructive document.