PTI, AML decide not to participate in parliament’s joint session on Nov 17
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the Awami Muslim League (AML) have decided not to participate in the parliament’s joint session on November 17.
A high-level meeting to deliberate on the issue was held at Bani Gala on Saturday.
They PTI leaders said that the government had tried to cover up the newsgate through the pocket commission.
They urged Ch Nisar to be loyal to Pakistan instead of getting shops closed and opened. “We will take the Panama and Newsgate scandals to logical conclusion,” they declared.
They said that factories of the Sharif family run through the plunder of national wealth.
Sheikh Rashid said that he was an ally of the PTI and endorsed its stance.