PTI stands firm on decision to boycott Parliament session

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Tuesday said his party was standing firm on its decision to boycott the joint session of parliament which will be held later this week, Aaj News reported.

According to reports Khan while addressing the media out side his house in Banigala said that, our party will not attend the joint session because it would take place under a controversial prime minister who was facing charges of corruption.

Khan asserted that PTI will not attend join parliament sessions till supreme court’s issue its verdict on Panama papers. He also said that, Panama Papers itself is an evidence against PM Nawaz.

He said that, PTI welcome the Turkish president Tayyab Erdogan to Pakistan.

Erdogan is scheduled to arrive in Pakistan for a two-day official visit this week. During his visit Erdogan is schedule to address the joint parliament session on November 17.