ISLAMABAD: Despite a restraining order in Lahore, recent government measures against the opposition, including demolishing the houses of PML-N MNAs, and the attitude of a federal minister in both the Houses of Parliament today (Monday). You can see the hustle and bustle. To the Chief Minister of Sindh in a meeting in Karachi
These events have created further unity in the ranks of the opposition, which has already become an alliance in the form of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM). PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz Sharif, who is arriving here today, will preside over a joint meeting of the two houses of PML-N for the first time in Committee Room No. 2.
PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif has asked Maryam Nawaz to reach the federal capital to attend the closed-door meeting of party parliamentarians in the absence of opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif and parliamentary group leader Khawaja Muhammad Asif.
She will send a special message to the party MPs sent by Nawaz Sharif. Another important meeting of the leaders of the opposition parliamentary group is to be held today (Monday) in the chamber of the Leader of the Opposition separately.
It is understood that PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s proposal to present a no-confidence vote to remove the Prime Minister will be discussed in opposition gatherings.
Leading parliamentary sources told The News that a team led by Defense Minister Pervez Khattak would approach opposition activists before the start of the two-house session to help them run their homes and deal in government business. Cooperation can be sought. In houses
The opposition has been refusing to attend the House Business Committee meeting, which should be chaired by the Speaker. The Opposition has decided not to have any relationship with Speaker Asad Qaiser on any issue due to his biased and questionable role in the Presidency.
The ministerial team held a meeting with opposition leaders on Friday but to no avail as opposition rivals refused to trust the government’s assurances. Sources pointed out that the opposition had asked the ministers to give assurances in black and white and to sign the signatures of top government officials during the next talks.
Sources pointed out that the opposition will protest against the seven-year-old ruling PTI against the foreign funding case pending before the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and the Broadsheet scam, where the government headed the committee. A former judge has been appointed to investigate.
The PPP will be represented in today’s meeting by former Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, Senator Sherry Rehman and Syed Naveed Qamar. Sources said that PDM President Maulana Fazlur Rehman has also reached Islamabad and started meetings with opposition leaders. Sources further said that Maryam Nawaz will have a special meeting with him in the evening.