The government’s committee that was formed to hold talks with opposition called on Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday.
Pervaiz Khattak, who heads the committee, told the prime minister that the opposition stands by its agreement with government.
Apprising the prime minister about the progress in talks, he said his committee was in constant touch with the opposition.
The prime minister said his government would also abide by the agreement if the opposition stands by it.
He said action would be taken against the opposition if the agreement is violated.
He also directed the committee to ensure that citizens of Islamabad do not face problems due to the Azadi March.
The prime minister had set up a seven-member committee under Pervaiz Khattak to persuade Maulana Fazlur Rehman to cancel his Azadi March that is scheduled to enter Islamabad on October 31.
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The maulana backed by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and the Pakistan peoples Party (PPP) had authorized the opposition’s Rahbar Committee to hold talks with the government.
He, however, started his march from Karachi on October 27 that has now entered Lahore.