ISLAMABAD: (HRNW) A government team led by Jahangir Tareen on Thursday held meeting with GDA delegation to discuss reservations and demands of the coalition partners, ARY News reported.
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf led government has moved to mend fences with its estranged allies by initiating a round of meetings with allied parties.
Ruling PTI faces a challenging situation after various parties in the government coalition have expressed their reservations over various unresolved issues.
Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) delegation led by Dr. Fehmida Mirza expressed grievances and demands, sources said. The GDA delegation complained that the federal government not providing development funds and the alliance not being taken into confidence over decisions related to Sindh, the political base of GDA.
The government team, also comprising Pervaiz Khattak and Shahzad Arbab, assured to address GDA grievances, sources said.
“All allies are respectable for the government and their reservations will be addressed,” Jahangir Tareen said in the meeting. He also assured to issue development funds to the coalition partners soon.