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Differences still there between PPP and PML-Q

Kaira Photo 14-02-13Photo CPE 01 {Feb14-13}Lahore:PPP and PML-Q leadership has failed to sort out electoral issues as some leaders of the both parties do not want to step back from their hard stance.A fruitless meeting was held tonight at PPP Punjab president Mian Manzoor Wattoo.Leaders of the both the parties talked much but could not convince each other.

Federal minister for information and broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira,federal minister Makhdom Shahab ud Din,Tanveer Ashraf Kaira ,Rana Farooq represented PPP while Deputy Prime Minister Ch Pervaiz Elahi,Ch Monis Elahi,Kamil Ali Agha,Raja Basharat took part in dialgue from PML-Q.The meeting continued for hours.

While briefing media,Qamar Zaman Kaira claimed that it was a successful meeting and we have made consensus on most of the issues except the candidate from NA-105 and joint symbols for elections.the higher leadership will decide on both issues.

Federal Minister made strong criticism on Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif and Opposition leader in National Assembly Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan and said they should talk to media after taking guideness from the party Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif,most of the time they talked against party policy,he added.

Qamar Zaman Kaira said Dr Tahir ul Qadri got Canadian Nationality according to Pakistani law,he could not be called foreigner.

Meanwhile,central leader of PML-Q Ch Pervaiz Elahi avoid to talk media and went back with out answering the media’s questions.According to the spokesman PML-Q Kamil Ali Agha, PML-Q leaders were satisfied over the meeting results and differences will soon settled with the consultation with PPP. According to the sources,meeting was not as successful as it was claimed.Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi wanted to contest from NA-105 at anycost and he remained firm with his stance that they would go in the elections as per the formula decided earlier but the PPP did not agreed with their stance.

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