ISLAMABAD: The government has decided to bring the matter of JUI-F’s Azadi March to the parliament for its solution as the National Assembly session has been summoned on November 7 at 04:00 PM.
According to details, PM Imran Khan will address the session and the opposition will also be given the opportunity to speak. The session will discuss PTI government’s performance and the motives behind the anti-government protest led by Maulana Fazlur Rehman.
Details suggest that the issue of Azadi March will be highlighted in both houses – the National Assembly and the Senate.
On the other hand, defiant JUI-F chief has called ‘All Parties Conference (APC)’ today at his residence in Islamabad for planning a joint course of action for the Azadi march protesters to proceed for increasing pressure on the government. All Opposition parties have been called to attend the APC.
According to sources, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will not attend the APC as he is scheduled to address a public rally in Bahawalpur. Bilawal will be represented in the APC by other party representative.
PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif’s participation in the APC has not been confirmed yet as he is due to attend party’s Central Executive Committee meeting in Lahore today. He will be represented in the APC by other PML-N leaders.
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