National Assembly session to be held at 3pm today: ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly which was meant to meet on Thursday (April 22) will now fulfill today at 3pm, two days ahead of routine, claimed the secretariat of the lower residence on Tuesday.
The National Assembly tweeted that as per the earlier schedule the lower house was supposed to fulfill on Thursday, April 22 at 2pm.
However, it added that now the routine has actually been changed as well as the NA session will certainly be held today at 3pm in the Parliament Home.
The secretariat did not recognize the reason behind the modification in schedule. It is anticipated that the change was made to offer a resolution in the NA seeking the expulsion of the French envoy as required by the prohibited Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP).
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The choice to relocate the resolution was verified by Inside Priest Sheikh Rashid previously today.
The minister had actually shared the news about the resolution after a federal government delegation, consisting of the priest himself, Minister for Religious Matters Dr Noorul Haq Qadri, SAPM Tahir Ashrafi, Governor Punjab Mohammad Sarwar and Punjab Law Minister Raja Basharat, held talks with members of the proscribed group in Lahore.
The indoor preacher, in a video clip statement, claimed the demonstrations throughout Pakistan, consisting of the one outside the headquarters of the religiopolitical team, will end.