The government imposed conditions in response to Imran Khan’s offer of negotiations

The government, represented by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, has made it clear that negotiations with the PTI will not proceed unless there is an apology for the incidents that occurred on May 9th.

During an interview, Ishaq Dar emphasized that Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan must acknowledge his mistake and provide assurances that such actions will not be repeated.

Furthermore, the finance minister highlighted that the IMF has requested specific information, including budget details and currency policies, which the government is prepared to provide. Once these requirements are fulfilled, the ninth review can be completed. It is important to note that the budget has been finalized without imposing any financial burden on the people.

In response to Imran Khan’s recent video message where he expressed a willingness to engage in talks with decision-makers, he emphasized the need for dialogue in light of the escalating situation in Pakistan. Imran Khan asserted that resorting to violence and brutality will not solve the underlying issues, emphasizing the importance of strengthening the rule of law and institutions.

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