PTI announces to end boycott of parliament sessions
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf on Tuesday decided to end boycott of the parliament and attend the National Assembly session on Wednesday.
Party chairman Imran Khan announced the decision after a party meeting and claimed that the party will submit two motions against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the assembly on Wednesday.
Khan maintained that the purpose of ending the boycott was to submit two motions , one privilege and another adjournment motion, against the prime minister.
“Tomorrow will be the real test of the national assembly,” said Imran Khan.
He said that it was the responsibility of the opposition to demand accountability, but the government hurled accusations at PTI leaders and the speaker of National Assembly sent a reference case against him.
He also criticised the government for allowing the Qatari prince to break the law and hunt houbara bustards in Pakistan.