ISLAMABAD: The opposition gave an ultimatum of three days to the government for implementation of the Parliament joint resolution to set up an independent inquiry commission for the Abbottabad raid.
A meeting of opposition leaders was held in Parliament, presided by PML-N’s Chaudhry Nisar. Effects of the Abbottabad operation and Parliament’s resolution were discussed in detailed.
Speaking to the media afterwards, Chaudhry Nisar said a meeting of the opposition will take place again on Thursday, in which the next strategy will be finalised.
The PML-N also rejected the 20th amendment suggestion.
Government to form independent inquiry commission
Federal Minister Syed Khursheed Shah said an inquiry commission will be formed to probe the Abbottabad raid before the upcoming National Assembly session.
Talking to the media at the Parliament House in Islamabad, the minister said that the commission would be set up after consultation with the opposition leader.
He also asserted that the body would be an independent commission and its members will not be from political parties.
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