Govt signals talks on PM’s resignation demand
Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leadership has considered veteran politician and PPP leader Khursheed Shah’s proposal that government should hold out some assurances to Imran Khan about Prime Minister’s resignation. The government has been refusing to consider Khan’s key demand, but sources, said the ruling clique is now willing to hold dialogue with the chest-thumping PTI chairman on his foremost demand.
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