PPP decides to take up all issues in NA session next week
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has decided to take up the issues of negotiations with Taliban, foreign policy and dollar game at the floor of the National Assembly (NA), whereas the Leader of the Opposition, Syed Khursheed Shah has demanded the Government to take the Parliament into confidence on talks with Taliban – ARY News reports.
According to details, PPP has decided its strategy regarding the session of the House, which is to commence from next week. The Opposition Leader, Syed Khursheed Shah has demanded the Government to take the Parliament into confidence on negotiations with Taliban and the current foreign policy of Pakistan.
He added that the Opposition has no objection even if the Government wishes to inform the Parliament in-camera.
Shah said that an increase in foreign reserves of the state is a good sign, yet it must be elaborated what benefits will the people of Pakistan get with the depreciation in dollar's worth.
The Opposition Leader further continued that the Government will have to explain its policy on different international issues including the Syrian conflict.
He said that questions will certainly rise on terrorism activities during a truce and the Interior Minister will be asked about on what basis he involved the guard of the martyred judge, Rifaqat Awan in his killing during the Islamabad Court Attack.