“That was Nawaz’s narrative, PDM calls for transparent elections: Aimal Wali

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“That was Nawaz narrative, PDM calls for transparent elections: Aimal Wali

Staff Reporter :

QUETTA: President Awami National Party (ANP), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Aimal Wali Khan has reiterated that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) calls for fair elections in the country. “That was Nawaz’s personal narrative we want fair elections”, Aimal Wali told a press conference on Monday. He however mentioned that it was a positive sign that Pakistan Muslim League (N) was struggling for masses rule in the country.

ANP Balochistan President, Asghar Achakzai and other party leaders flanked him during the news conference. Mr. Wali spoke to reporters in Quetta after addressing a public rally in Pishin on Sunday.

PDM to present a joint charter after a week 

He however revealed that a joint charter of the anti-government alliance would come after a week. Although, he said there was no joint narrative of the 11-party anti-government alliance so far. He said the PDM would mount pressure on the rulers to hold fair and transparent elections in the country.

“We cannot quit Balochistan government for the desire of some people”

Responding to a question, Aimwal Wali said, “we cannot quit Balochistan government for the desire of some people”. He said keeping in view the interests of Pashtoons, ANP was part of the Balochistan government.

Aimal Wali stated that masses of KP have rendered great sacrifices against terrorism and the two federal ministers visited Bacha Khan  Markaz to seek forgiveness of their remarks. “We want democracy and rule of law in the country”, Aimal Wali added. ANP stands for supremacy of constitution and rule of law in the country to make Pakistan a strong democratic country, he added. He also demanded the recovery of ANP Chaman leader Asad Achakzai. He warned the party would agitate if Mr. Achakzai was not released soon.

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