‘Every agreement is signed with the consent of PM Imran Khan’: Fawad


Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry (left) and Senator Faisal Wawda (right). Photo: PID

Federal Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhry said on Thursday that every agreement signed by the government is followed by Prime Minister Imran Khan’s approval.

The statement was made on a show of a private TV channel as Chowdhury contradicted PTI Senator Faisal Wawada’s statement that PM Iman Khan was banned from Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) and an agreement between the government There is no information about.

In a conversation with the anchor of another private TV channel programme, the senator had said that PM Imran Khan was unaware of the “development” when asked about the government’s intention behind agreeing to expel the French ambassador Was.

He said only Vavada would know why he believed that the prime minister was in the dark about the accord and its provisions as he answered a question as to why Vavada would issue such a statement.

“Vawada is not part of the cabinet”, he said, so he may be unaware of the matter.

Earlier on Wednesday, Vavda had said that ministers who had tied up with the banned TLP should take responsibility for the current situation instead of shifting their responsibility on the prime minister.

Taking to Twitter, the senator wrote that “force is not the solution to any conflict”.

“An immediate solution to this problem can be found by inviting the Imam of the Holy Kaaba and the Trustee of the Holy Shrine of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), and subsequently all Muslim countries to come together to find a permanent solution. [such issues],” said Vavda.

However, the senator later deleted the tweet.

Every agreement is signed with the consent of PM Imran Khan: Fawad

‘Government will follow the agreement signed with the banned organization’

On the other hand, Federal Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid had earlier said in response to a question while addressing a press conference in Islamabad that the government has signed an agreement with the banned organization and it will abide by it.

He said the government tried to negotiate with the TLP and kept its word, but “the TLP broke its promises.”

“The government has to establish its authority as it is not happy with the loss of human life,” he had said.

The minister said that since the French ambassador is not present in Pakistan, the banned outfit has “another agenda” – as one of their demands from the government was the expulsion of the said envoy.

“The TLP has turned into a militant outfit as its members opened fire on policemen using Kalashnikovs, killing four policemen.”

“I am still warning the protesters to return home,” Rasheed said. He said the government cannot keep schools and hospitals closed because of the protests.