President summons NA session on Tuesday

Recent developments on the country's law and order and tensions with India expected to top the agenda.


Ppi August 12, 2013
National Assembly of Pakistan. PHOTO: APP/FILE

ISLAMABAD: The President has summoned a meeting of the National Assembly at the Parliament House in Islamabad on Tuesday at 5 pm.

A questions and answer session and discussions over pending legislation is expected.

The house is also expected to discuss the prevailing overall law and order and security situation with particular reference to recent incidents of terrorism in different parts of the country‚ particularly Balochistan.

The members are also expected to take up the external challenges faced by the country particularly the recent tensions brewing at the Line of Control shared with India.

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COMMENTS (2)

It Is (still) Economy Stupid | 7 years ago | Reply

Session is called to pass a resolution against India. This is all planned noise. Indian UPA government has an eye on 2014 elections and Pakistan has an eye on 2-014 US withdrawal. So stay tune for more cat fight. Noise is same but the intended audience is different. Once a resolution is passed get ready for flood of editorials, open ed talk shows etc. Whole PR industry will get in gear to make noise to ensure that people forget asking NS about his achievement in first 90 days in power.

MFaisal | 7 years ago | Reply

Well I just hope that something very good for the country will come up at-least at-least in this session.

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