Opposition will have to come to PM for negotiations, says Zardari

PTI didn’t ask us before resigning, their paid workers and social media trolls are targeting coalition parties, says PPP leader

Asif Ali Zardari has said that the opposition will have to come to the Prime Minister for negotiations.

Addressing the joint session of parliament, former president requested the PM to bring opposition to table for negotiations. He said that no advance condition should be imposed before starting the negotiations.

Zardari said that they have been saving the country in the past and will keep doing same in the future. He said that they are politicians belonging to political powers, which have reached in the parliament after winning elections.

Former president said that he has even seen suo motu cases against him but if there is any evidence against him then he must be charged with.

Criticizing Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), he said that they had not asked the coalition partners before giving their resignations. He said that dialogue was the only way forward, there have been dialogues with dictator like Musharraf.

PPP co-Chairman said that PTI’s paid workers and social media trolls were targeting the coalition parties.