Govt may summon joint parliamentary session



In order to review the worsening scenario in Indian held Kashmir and continued Indian aggression at Line of Control (LoC) and Working Boundary, Federal Government is mulling on calling a joint session of parliament.
According to sources, Prime Minister Imran Khan and National Assembly speaker Asad Qaiser are holding consultations to whether call the session.
In this regard, Federal Parliamentary Affairs Minister Azam Swati is also reported to be busy in reaching out to certain people.
Indian forces used cluster bombs along Line of Control to target civilian population of Pakistan. The move is a blatant violation of Geneva Convention and utter violation of human rights. —INP

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