Senator Kamil Ali Agha, general secretary of the Pakistan Muslim League-Q, Punjab, said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s government was suffering from failures and promises made to allies were not being implemented.
In an interview with a local newspaper, Kamil Ali Agha said that his party has given ten days to the government to decide on agreements or a meeting will be held for separation from the government.
He said that PTI had agreed on four points, which included Power Sharing in Punjab and giving Q League two federal and two ministries in the province.
“We have been given a ministry in the federation, while under the agreement we are not being taken into confidence even before the appointment of consultative and key positions in government affairs.”
Kamil Ali Agha said that the government not only ignored them but also abolished the committee of Pervez Khattak and Jahangir Tareen on the resolution of the issues and created a new committee comprising Chief Minister Punjab Usman Bazdar, Governor Chaudhry Sarwar and Federal Minister Shafqat Mahmood.
“We rejected this committee because we had talked to them before and they have not powered to make decisions”, Kamil Ali Agha added.
Kamil Ali Agha further said that the PML-Q will nominate its own candidate in all constituencies in the Punjab local elections.
He said, “We are in contact with the PML-N. We have not closed the door for anybody, we are an independent party, we are free to make our own decisions.”
PTI’s Shafqat Mehmood met with Chaudhry Pervez Elahi at his residence in Lahore on Monday and requested to resume talks which Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi rejected.
Meanwhile, Rana Sanaullah has also confirmed to made contacts with PML-Q.