The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) on Tuesday constituted the six-member committee to hold talks with the political parties.
The approval for the establishment of the committee was given by PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari.
Prominent among those who were included in the committee were Qamar Zaman Kaira, Murad Ali Shah, Sanaullah Zehri, Shuja Khan, Saeed Ghani, and Nadeem Afzal Chan.
Not enough mandate to become PM candidate
Separately, Bhutto-Zardari said today that the PPP did not have enough mandate to become the prime ministerial candidate.
Addressing the press conference in Islamabad, the former foreign minister said: “The PPP is determined to steer the country into the doldrums.”
Speaking about any possibility of alliance with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Bhutto-Zardari said: “The PTI had made an announcement of not negotiating with the PPP.“
Bhutto-Zardari said: “The PPP has no interest in joining the federal cabinet.”
– PPP does not even try to contact PTI’s Barrister Gohar –
Few days back, the former foreign minister said that his party does not even try to contact Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Barrister Gohar Ali Khan.
Expressing his thoughts, the former foreign minister said, “I have no knowledge about any contact between the PPP and Barrister Gohar Ali Khan.”
“The coalition government will definitely based on political give-and-take. I will try to convince the allies to abolish the 17 ministries,” he said.
Speaking about the implementation of the PPP’s manifesto, Bhutto-Zardari said: “I do not have a clear mandate for the implementation of the party’s own manifesto.”