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PTI rejects proposal to hold parliament's in-camera session on alleged letter

PTI rejects proposal to hold parliament's in-camera session on alleged letter
April 12, 2022 Web Desk

ISLAMABAD (92 News) - The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has rejected the proposal to hold parliament's in-camera session on the alleged letter during a meeting of the political committee.

Talking to the media on Tuesday, PTI leader Furrukh Habib said that the PTI had decided to go to the people. "We demand an independent commission for investigations into the alleged conspiracy," he added.

He said that immediate elections have become mandatory in the country. "Under a conspiracy, the crime minister has been inducted. People have rejected the imported government. The crime minister should have replied to allegation of Maqsood Chaprasi," he added.

Furrukh Habib said that Asad Qaisar had waved the letter in the parliament and asked Shehbaz to look at it. "The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) should perform its constitutional responsibility," he added.