Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the option to hold talks is open with the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl.
According to sources, the prime minister was chairing a high-level session where the topic of Azadi March also came up, along with discussion on Iran and Saudi Arabia.
The PM shed light on his recent visit to China, terming it successful. PM Imran said that Pakistan has come out of diplomatic isolation.
On the subject of Azadi March, the premier was asked if a committee was formed to talk to the JUI-F, upon which the PM said that currently there isn’t a need for one.
He further said that the option for talks is open, adding ‘if someone wants to talk then the option should remain open’.