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Pakistan's Combined Opposition of nine parties, the Pakistan National Alliance, has been discussing between themselves the various proposals of Mr Bhutto's People's Party Government. Scenes show:
PNA leaders at a midnight meeting at a private house in Islamabad.
From left: Retired Air Marshal Asghar Khan.
Tehriki Istiqlal's Miam Mahmud Ali Kasuri, a former Law Minister in Premier Bhutto's People's Party Cabinet, who was recently released for the dialogue with the Government. Mr Kasuri is one of the legal advisers to the PNA Opposition.
Mr S. M. Zafar, a Lahofe lawyer, and a former Law Minister in Ayub Khan's Cabinet.
Mrs Naseem (Wali Khan) wife of the banned National Awami Party leader Mr Wali Khan, son of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, once known as the "Frontier Gandhi".
Maulana Mufti Nahmud, the leader of the combined Opposition, PNA.
Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan, former Chief Minister of Azad Kashmir and the person who carried on initial negotiations for the current talks.
Mr Balak Sher Mazari, recently released opposition leader.
Nawabzada Nasrullah Khan, who is one of the three PNA leaders who negotiated with the Government.
Pir Pagara who acted as the PNA leader recently.
A general view of the meeting.
Prof Abdul Ghafur , Secretary General of the Opposition PNA and Maulana Kausar Niazi, a federal Minister, jointly briefing the next day.
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