Defence Minister Khwaja Asif, however, has denied any resolution to be adopted against the DG ISI and chief of army staff.
The session of the parliament, which is summoned today by the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, will deliberate upon the current political crisis. It is learnt that the parliament will express confidence in the incumbent prime minister, who is being asked by the protesting parties – PTI and PAT – to tender resignation.
Meanwhile, the ISPR yesterday refuted the reports claiming that Pakistan Army and Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) were backing the protest in Islamabad led by PAT and the PTI.
Pakistan Army has always supported the democracy in the country and it is a apolitical institution, ISPR stated.