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PTI chairman ready to talk to all, say lawyers

“A country cannot progress without political stability,” he conveys Khan's message.

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ATTOCK: Jailed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief and the former prime minister were ready for talks with everyone but with only elections on the agenda, his lawyers said Saturday.

PTI legal team comprising Intezar Panjotha, Shoaib Shaheen, Naeem Panjotha, Gohar Ali Khan, and his personal physician Dr. Faisal Sultan met the deposed premier in Attock jail yesterday.

Talking to journalists following the meeting, Shoaib Shaheen said that PTI chief was worried about the people of Pakistan amid the ‘deteriorating economic situation’.

Responding to a question, ad­vocate Shaheen said Khan was “completely fit” and healthy in the jail. “A country cannot prog­ress without political stability,” he conveyed Khan’s message.

“Khan was of the view that there is no respect for the courts in the county,” the PTI lawyer added. “I did not make any deal,” he said, citing the in­carcerated premier.

Shaheen said that Khan exer­cises for one hour daily in the jail. Quoting the PTI chairman, the lawyer said that Khan would not deviate from his path, add­ing that those whose assets were abroad benefited from the flight of dollars. “My political struggle and sacrifice is for the nation,” he said, citing the former premier.

The deposed prime minister is currently spending his three years jail term in the jail in the Toshakhana case.

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