An important session of the parliamentary leaders of the opposition parties has been summoned today. They will consult over moving a no-trust motion against the prime minister and the Speaker of the National Assembly in the session for an in-house change. “The government and the opposition have also been in contact over the working of the parliament,” according to sources. “The opposition leaders have been in touch with Defence Minister Pervez Khattak, however, the two sides have failed to iron out differences over the parliamentary proceedings,” sources said.
“The opposition parties have demanded written guarantee over their demands, which also including equal time to opposition in the National Assembly.” The opposition parties have also demanded running the lower house according to the decisions made by the advisory committee. “They have warned to boycott the assembly’s session in case of non-compliance of the agreement.”