PTI to go to Parliament tomorrow
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has announced to go to the Parliament on Wednesday, ending the boycott.
Talking to media in Islamabad on Tuesday, the PTI chief said that he would participate in the Parliamentary session tomorrow and would bring resolutions against the prime minister.
“Nawaz Sharif lied before the Assembly regarding Panama Leaks issue. The prime minister said that the documents of money trial are present but their lawyer denied having any documents,” he said.
Prime minister wants to surmount the Supreme Court, he said.
“I’m not going for attendance. We are going to Parliament to get the answer from the prime minister. Prime minister is the custodian of public money but now the entire nation would know that prime minister is caught in corruption. It is the job of the opposition to hold the government accountable if it breaks the rules,” he further said.
“When we came out on roads for justice, they said that democracy is in danger. Will Parliament hold the prime minister accountable for his lies?” he asked.
“Khawaja Asif says that people will forget the Panama Leaks. Supreme Court also claims that the institutions of Pakistan have failed. If we come out on roads now, nobody would say that we are calling Army to rule,” he added.