Pakistan government, Imran Khan's party hold talks
Posted on Aug 21 2014 | IANS
Islamabad, Aug 21 : The Pakistani government and leaders from Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf held talks here over the present political impasse.
Geo TV reported that the talks were held at a private hotel here.
Among others, the government was represented by Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid and Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar.
Imran Khan has made six demands: that Nawaz Sharif quit as prime minister, mid-term elections be held, electoral reforms be made, an impartial interim government be formed through consensus among political parties, all members of Election Commission of Pakistan resign and Article 6 the constitution be invoked against those involved in the "rigging" of the May 2013 general elections be punished.