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Sindh CM says not taken into confidence over talks with banned organisation

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Monday mentioned that the federal authorities didn’t take the provinces into confidence over ongoing talks with the defunct Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP).

The chief minister was chatting with the media in Islamabad the place he appeared for a listening to on the Nationwide Accountability Bureau workplace on Monday.

CM Shah mentioned the difficulty began 5 to 6 days in the past, however the provinces weren’t taken into confidence by the Centre. “We will discover a answer if stakeholders are in confidence,” he mentioned.

He was requested relating to the Lahore scenario the place regulation enforcers have been taken hostage by the banned TLP in an assault on a police station.

The hostages, nonetheless, have been launched after negotiations have been held with the religiopolitical group by the Punjab authorities.

Shah mentioned he was unaware of the talks and solely got here to find out about it at sehri.

“I do not know what the federal government goes to supply to the non secular get together. I can solely recommend that it shouldn’t be one thing which isn’t potential,” the CM mentioned.

Shah mentioned his recommendation to the federal government can be to not search for quick time period targets.

When requested in regards to the strike name by non secular leaders in opposition to the Lahore incident, Shah mentioned the federal government won’t cease peaceable protests. “If somebody needs to close their enterprise and transport, they will achieve this,” he mentioned.

“We’re involved with the related folks.”

He mentioned that the authorities will take measures if a regulation and order scenario is created.