Sindh nationalist parties have rejected Chief Minister's dialogue offer and vowed to continue with strike on Saturday (today) as per schedule, a private TV channel reported Friday. CM Syed Qaim Ali Shah offered the Sindh nationalist representatives to hold negotiations to sort out a solution amicable for all stakeholders in connection with the local government system in the province. But the nationalists have ruled out any possibility of dialogues with the government saying, "It is our democratic right to hold strike against the restoration of LG system." Meanwhile, Karachi Transport Ittehad has also announced not to operate its services owing to the strike (today). KTI President Irshad Bukhari said that the decision to suspend public transport service during strike on August 13 had been taken to avoid a possible loss of the vehicles.