Qureshi says he has no grudge against Tareen, Sarwar – Pakistan

MULTAN: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said he had no grudge against Jahangir Khan Tareen and Chaudhry Sarwar.

Speaking at a workers convention here on Thursday, Qureshi said that when he was gone to do Hajj, he decided to forgive and forget everyone.

“Imran Khan needs sincere friends. Whatever the problems with Jahangir Tareen, I buried them when I left for Hajj. I also met Governor Chaudhry Sarwar before going to Hajj, ”he said.

"Nor do I have a grudge against Salman Naeem" (a candidate who defeated him in an independent capacity and then joined the PTI).

He said Pakistan would have been declared delinquent if the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia had not supported it.

Speaking to the media after opening several development schemes in his constituency, he said that the United States or any other third force should play its role in the Kashmir problem, since there is no possibility of dialogue with India in the prevailing situation of Jammu and Kashmir.

He said opposition parties lacked consensus on the sit-in in Islamabad.

"The PML-N is divided on the issue of sitting and Shahbaz Sharif at his two-hour meeting admitted that the decision of the head of the JUI-F, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, was not correct and the PML-N should not cooperate with him, however, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is in favor of participating and supporting the sit-in.

“Similarly, the PPP is also divided. When the PTI had sat in the past, Bilawal Bhutto was of the opinion that the protest policy was damaging democracy. Is there no possibility of derailing democracy since Bilawal says his party will welcome the sit-in despite the fact that he was against such a policy in the past, "he said. He said PTI's sitting It was peaceful.

"Everyone, including the media, knows the purpose behind Maulana's sitting policy," he said.

He said that October 27 would be observed as a day of solidarity with the people of Kashmir in each city. The government, he said, had ordered the country's foreign diplomatic missions to observe the day as a black day.

Qureshi inaugurated five highway projects in the Shah Rukn-e-Alam colony that would be completed at a cost of Rs83.24 million.

Posted on Dawn, October 12, 2019

Source: https://www.dawn.com/news/1510359/qureshi-says-he-has-no-grudge-against-tareen-sarwar

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