Backdoor talks have always backfired, says Sheikh Rasheed

PDM has run away from elections after results of by-polls, AML chief also criticizes large cabinet

The former interior minister and Awami Muslim League (AML) Chief Sheikh Rasheed has said that backdoor talks have always backfired.

Sheikh Rasheed was responding to the statement of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan in which the former prime minister had said that talks were taking place and at the same time they were not.

Imran Khan had also said that Nawaz Sharif wanted that the elections should be delayed. Alleging Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Supremo Nawaz Sharif and Pakistan People’s Party co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari of doing the politics of the 1990s, he had said that their time was over now.

Sheikh Rasheed in his tweet stated that Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) had run away from elections after the results of the by-polls.

He also stated that the return of Nawaz Sharif would not be that easy.

The former interior minister also said that the number of ministers has reached 76, of which 20 have not even been assigned to any ministry. He also alleged that 25 of them have not even filed their financial statements.

Going hard at the government, Rasheed said that the circular debt had increased massively, further saying that things will come to an end in October or November as the months are decisive.

Imran Khan, in his Monday’s press conference, also said that he was again giving the government time but the march would not go beyond October.

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