ISLAMABAD - Federal Minister for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Senator Pervaiz Rashid Saturday said he gives the decision of the Supreme Court to Imran Khan as a gift of New Year.

In a statement, he urged Imran Khan and other PTI leaders to read and understand the detailed verdict of the Supreme Court's over petitions seeking declaration of the entire elections of 2013 once they get time from the politics of Sit-ins so that they could come to know that their allegations regarding rigging were worthless.

He said after the dismissal of these petitions due to lack of solid evidence, the eyes of Imran Khan and his fellows should open now and that they should play their part in the parliament after quitting the politics of agitation.

It was pertinent to mention that the Supreme Court on Saturday issued a detailed judgment regarding dismissal of petitions seeking declaration of the entire elections of 2013 as null and void.

The minister further said Imran Khan should understand that according  to Article 225 of the constitution any result of election could only be challenged before election tribunal. Law could do nothing for them if they do protests and stage sit-ins, he mentioned.He urged Imran Khan to adopt the legal way in the light of court's verdict by respecting the constitution.

In another statement, the federal minister said that the ruling PML-N believes in the democratic norms and values and decency in politics.

The minister said the prime minister tolerated the negative politics of Imran Khan for six months. He said Imran Khan's allegations against the prime minister are baseless.

The information minister said Imran Khan should apologise the journalist community for levelling false allegations against them. Pervaiz Rashid said if Imran Khan apologises, his followers will also stop attacking the journalists.

Judicial commission could be set up through ord: Senior leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Jahangir Tareen Saturday claimed that Finance Minister Ishaq Dar had showed willingness to form much-talked about judicial commission to probe alleged rigging in the last year’s general elections under a ‘new law’.

Talking to media persons, Tareen said if a new law can be enforced through ordinance, there will be no need to take the issue in the parliament.

He further said that the government had agreed over four points proposed by his party.

Tareen said pending issues can be settled soon if dialogue committees sit together.

He also said that PTI has appealed to traders to support the party's upcoming strike call in Lahore.