ISLAMABAD: Opposition parties have demanded the Government to call a joint session of the Parliament tomorrow, whilst the Leader of the Opposition, Syed Khursheed Shah has demanded the Prime Minister to come to the Parliament and brief the House on negotiations with Taliban and National Security Policy (NSP) – ARY News reports.
A meeting of the parliamentary committees of opposition parties was held here on Tuesday, which was chaired by the Opposition Leader, Syed Khursheed Shah.
During the meeting, members of the opposition demanded the Government to call a joint session of the Parliament tomorrow.
On this occasion, Khursheed Shah demanded the Prime Minister to attend the joint session of the House and inform the members about negotiations with Taliban and NSP.
He also labeled the statement of initiating cricket diplomacy with Taliban by Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, as an immature act and inquired, ‘has Pakistan declared Taliban a separate state like India’.