ISLAMABAD– Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf today decided to join the Parliament after seven months of absence from the National Assembly. Speaking to journalists, PTI Chairman Imran Khan said, “We have decided to attend the joint session of the Parliament tomorrow.”
“Pakistan is already paying the price for being involved in someone else’s war,” he said. “The Yemen issue is very important,” he added. Khan will himself attend the session and present his party’s stance.
The decision came after PTI Central Executive Committee met to discuss party’s fate in the coming days.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had called a joint session of Parliament on April 6 to discuss the Yemen conflict.