The federal government has decided to summon sessions of the Upper and lower houses on the same day on January 22.
According to the details, the adviser to Prime Minister on Parliamentary Affairs Babar Awan held consultations with PM Imran Khan where they have agreed to summon the sessions of the National Assembly and Senate on Friday this week.
The meeting decided that the senate session will be held on 10:00 am and the National Assembly’s session will be commencing from 10:30 am.
The federal government has also gotten the written instructions from the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) prior to the organization of the sessions in view of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Babar Awan said in a statement that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has been rejected by masses and urged the opposition parties to return to the parliament. He said that the nation has rejected the style of politics of the ‘deceased’ PDM.
Babar Awan said earlier that that Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, will be more strengthened and become popular in the year 2021. “The credibility of those two children who are demanding the resignations from Prime MinIster Imran Khan has been politically punctured,” he added.
He said Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had stated that the PPP was ready to resign, even to sacrifice its Sindh government, and this claim of him that his party will not only participate in the by-elections but also contest the Senate elections was one of the biggest U-turns of 2020.