PML wary of Benazir’s ‘unreasonable’ demand

November 14th, 2007 - 2:50 am ICT by admin  
“The Government would not accept all the demands of any one party and would consult other political parties as well on the formation of the caretaker set-up,” The Dawn quoted Hussain, as saying.

He also rejected media reports that the Pakistan People’s Party led by Bhutto would get a major share in the caretaker set-up.

Criticising Bhutto’s demand for taking the help of foreign countries in the October 18 Karachi blast probe that killed nearly 140 people, Hussain said it was wrong in the part of the former Prime Minister for blaming the intelligence agencies and expressing her suspicion on it, since she had negotiated with those agencies before returning back to the country.

He said that Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) secretary general Maulana Fazlur Rahman would have a key role in the next government, and did not rule out an understanding with the Nawaz faction of the PML, the daily added. (ANI)

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