Imran Khan boycotts joint session of parliament



ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan on Tuesday announced that his party will not participate in joint session of parliament, going to be held on Wednesday. Khan clearly stated that he do not want to indorse Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif through parliament.

While talking to the media at Banigala, Imran Khan said that he has already clarified his view on issues of Kashmir and India during Raiwind rally as well as in ‘All Parties Conference’ held yesterday. The resolution was developed after the input and consensus of all the parties in the conference, which is absolute resolution. No new thing is expected in the session. Therefore, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf will not participate in joint session to endorse Prime Minister as we have strong stand and reservation on Prime Minister.

Imran Khan gave two options to Nawaz Sharif. First, he should resign and replace any other member for premiership. Second, he should present himself for accountability if he really want to strengthen democracy and parliament. We don’t want him to legitimize through joint session of parliament.

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