Enjoying majority in House: Pakistan Muslim League (N) challenges PTI-led govt to convene National Assembly session
Lahore, Pakistan: The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has challenged the PTI-led government to convene a session of the National Assembly in case it is confident of enjoying the majority in the House.
“If you have the required strength (in the house), then don’t waste time and convene the assembly session immediately for foiling the no-confidence motion (the opposition parties are set to move),” PML-N Punjab president Rana Sanaullah Khan was quoted as saying by The Dawn on Sunday.
“What made you uproot chairs and remove carpets of the house?” he asked while referring to the renovation work initiated to prepare the capacious National Assembly hall for holding a meeting of the OIC foreign ministers’ conference on March 22.
He even said the renovation was a tactic to delay the session of the opposition for tabling the no-trust motion.