NA session summoned tomorrow for PM’s vote of confidence

ISLAMABAD: June 11 – Parliamentarians listens Federal Minister for Finance, Economic Affairs and Statistics Syed Naveed Qamar presenting the national budget 2008-09 during National Assembly session at Parliament House. The minister presents the Rs. 2010 billion budget and size is 29.7% higher than the size of estimates for 2007-08. APP photo by Afzaal Chaudhry
Staff Reporter

A session of the National Assembly (NA) has been summoned for Saturday when Prime Minister Imran Khan will seek a vote of confidence from the parliament, members of the government confirmed on Thursday.

In an other development, Imran Khan barred members of National Assembly of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf from leaving Islamabad.

He has directed all members to ensure their attendance in next session of the National Assembly. Chief Whip Aamir Dogar has conveyed directions of the premier to all lawmakers of the ruling party.

During a meeting chaired by Imran Khan, it was also decided to summon a special session of National Assembly on Saturday at 1600 hours in which the premier will take vote of confidence.

Sources further said that Prime Minister has also summoned a meeting of his legal team to discuss the vote.


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