Govt likely to take NA into confidence over Taliban talks
ISLAMABAD: The government is expected to take the National Assembly into confidence over the dialogue with Taliban in its session opening this evening, ARY News reported today.
The government likely to face embarrassing questions from opposition benches over $1.5 billion gift from Saudi Arabia that has attracted controversy over its international implications.
The session of the lower house of the parliament likely to debate over the prevailing law and order situation in the country and other national issues.
The government has so far not chalked out to bring any important legislative business.