ISLAMABAD: Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly (NA), Khurshid Shah has said that talks would end protests and political unrest in the federal capital.
Shah addressed the issue while talking to the media outside his residence in Sukkur today.
The opposition leader said that talks between Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and the government would settle the unrest in the city that ensued clash between the sides over Panama leak.
Shah warned that any kind of clash between political parties damaged the state.
On the other hand, Leader of the Opposition in Senate, Aitzaz Ahsan advised Imran Khan to leave for Peshawar when he can to avoid arrest in Bani Gala as Frontier Corps (FC) and police had circled his residence.