Premier summons meeting of parliamentary parties’ heads tomorrow
Islamabad: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has summoned a meeting of parliamentary parties’ leaders on Monday (tomorrow) in order to brief them about the latest situation on Line of Control (LOC).
All the delegates and members who will attend Monday’s meeting have been finalized and invitations have been sent to them, the sources revealed.
The sources reported that the brutal firing from Indian armed forces in Occupied Kashmir, chaos at Line of Control and other issues of national security will be discussed in the agenda of tomorrow’s meeting.
According to the sources, Shah Mahmood Qureshi would lead the delegation of Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf (PTI) while Bilawal Bhutto Zardari would also join the meeting and lead the Pakistan Peoples Party’s delegation.
Other parliamentary leaders who will attend the meetings include Maulna Fazl ur Rehman, Ameer Jamat-e Islami (JI) Siraj ul Haq, Farooq Sattar from MQM, Haji Ghulam Ahmad Balor from Awami National Party (ANP). Opposition Leader in the parliament Khursheed Shah and Senator Aitzaz Ahsan would also attend the meeting.
The only parliamentary leader who has not been invited for the meeting is Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad of Awami Muslim League (AML).
The reason for not inviting him has not been given. Sheikh Rasheed has responded that government is scared of him because government knows that Sheikh Rasheed will not forgive any Indian while giving his remarks at the meeting.
He added that he has not been invited because he is against the policies of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN) and its government in the Center