ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf party (PTI) decided to continue the negotiation talks with the Govt committee after the favorable 2nd round of talks took place on Friday night, Aaj News reported.
PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi, while speaking to the media said that during the 2nd round of talks government representatives presented it’s viewpoint on their party’s demand, whereas both the parties discussed their reservations.
‘Both parties are in discussion and moving forward in regard to understand the stance of each other’, said the govt representative Ahsan Iqbal on the media.
Meanwhile, Federal Minister Abdul Qadir Baloch stated that there is no particular deadlock to end these dialogue process, whereas both parties are agreeing upon the demands of each other and talks are going to continue until both stance are mutually agreed.
It is pertinent to know that two rounds of negotiation talks between govt and PTI leaders have already taken place, whereas both the teams are going to meet today on Saturday for the 3rd round of discussions.