ISLAMABAD- Leader of Opposition Khurshid Shah has said the committee comprising members from ten political parties is continuing efforts to establish contacts with Pakistan Tehreek-e- Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan and Awami Tehreek Chief Tahirul Qadri.
Talking to journalists in Islamabad today, he said the committee will proceed for talks as soon as invited by the leaders of the two protesting parties. He appealed to the PTI and Awami Tehreek to refrain from any such step which could damage the unity of the country.
He said all the political parties stand together for the protection of the constitution, democracy and the parliamentary system. About PTI's announcement of entering into the red zone, the Opposition Leader said the government had granted permission for the sit-ins in Islamabad on the guarantee of the opposition. Imran Khan had also given guarantee in writing of not crossing the red line and it will be regrettable if their supporters breached the agreement. He said the opposition parties want to safe the country from the politics of confrontation and amicable resolution of current situation.