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PTI calls in opposition parties meeting against govt

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has called in a joint meeting of opposition parties, including the parties having no representation in the House, on July 19 in front of the parliament to devise course of action against the government over investigation of Panama Leaks, ARY News reported.

Representatives of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) will also participate in the meeting which is expected to form grand alliance against the government. The meeting is likely to give final touches to the fresh movement against the government.

Chairman PTI Imran Khan has already announced to launch a protest movement against the government from July 20 in the country. On the other hand, PAT chief Tahir-ul-Qadri has announced to start sit-in protest from July 31.

The PAT chief has also said revenge for the 14 people, who were shot dead in Model Town incident, would be taken according to the law of the Holy Quran that is ‘an eye for an eye’.

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