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Govt to avoid bloodshed in Islamabad

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Pakistan, Islamabad News : Khawaja Asif told that government try to avoid bloodshed in the Islamabad as Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) is observing “Youm-e-Inquilab” today.

“Both Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and Pakistan Awami Tehreek want clash in Islamabad but the government will not take any step which may cause bloodshed”, Asif said while talking to media outside the Parliament House.

Last night, Dr Tahirul Qadri had announced an end to negotiations with the government as political impasse continued even after government’s direct talks with the PAT chief.

He also announced that the PAT workers would observe ‘Youm-e-Inquilab’ (day of revolution) on Thursday, without disclosing his further plan of action.

However, the defence minister said the government would make all out efforts to avoid any bloodshed so that the protesting parties may not play politics over dead bodies, the defence minister said.

“Govt will show patience and restraint…. and will not allow them to do politics on dead bodies,” Asif said.

Earlier speaking in the National Assembly, Asif said that the government would not accept any demand against the country’s constitution.

“The government would not let anyone derail democracy and it would also fight against anti-democratic elements,” he said.

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