ISLAMABAD: As budget session in National Assembly comes close, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has again summoned a parliamentary party meeting today (Tuesday).
This is PML-N’s second parliamentary meeting which will see the continuation of their discussion to devise a strategy for the upcoming budget session.
It will take place at 3 pm with party president Mian Shehbaz in the chair at the parliament house.
All party stalwarts have been notified to ensure their presence at the meeting session.
PML-N, in its parliamentary meeting held on Monday, decided to give a tough time to the government during the budget session.
The PML-N parliamentary poured in its thoughts on the country’s overall political situation and ‘nonserious government attitude’ in the parliament were discussed along with others issue.
Addressing the huddle, Shahbaz Sharif said that the government presented anti-masses budget and vowed that to exert pressure that the budget could not be passed.
Shahbaz said that it is the first time that the government was not letting to start the debate on the budget in the National Assembly and the government is deliberately doing all this.
Former chief minister Punjab said that various rumours have been spread regarding him while describing his meeting with Nawaz Sharif; he informed the meeting that Nawaz Sharif has a high spirit but worry over the state of the country affairs.