ISLAMABAD: Senators on Tuesday urged the media to avoid speculation and what they said sensualization of the ongoing talks between the government and Taliban.
Taking part in debate over law and order issue, they urged country’s political parties to extend their fullest support in making the talks process successful.
Mohsin Leghari said media must avoid comments on half-cooked facts.
Sardar Yaqoob Nasir said the negotiations between Taliban and Government are at important stage. He urged to avoid making the negotiations as doubtful.
Saeeda Iqbal said all parties should support the government for eliminating the menace of terrorism.
Kazim Khan supported the negotiations between Taliban and the government.
Ahmed Hassan blamed unemployment as the main cause behind bad law and order situation.
Nasreen Jalil blamed that the workers of Mutahidda Quomi Movement (MQM) were being targeted.
She demanded to constitute a monitoring committee for keeping an eye on Karachi operation.
Ilyas Bilour said Khyber Pakhtunkhaw province was deprived from its due rights. Tax is being charged on incentives.
Abdul Nabi Bangish criticized the constitution of Taliban committee. He urged the government to retaliate to statements of Maulana Abdul Aziz.