PTI to end boycott of Parliament: IK

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Imran khan announced to end the national assembly boycott and said two resolutions against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will be submitted in parliament on Wednesday.
“PTI will take part in tomorrow’s parliament proceeding and will submit resolutions- adjournment and privilege motions- in the parliament and now it will parliament test either questioned or not to PM for his lie,” Imran khan said while talking to media at his residence Bani Gala, Islamabad.
He lamenting national assembly speaker Ayaz sadiq said that speaker always unbiased and neutral in true democracy but he was playing role like servant of Nawaz Sahrif.
Chairman PTI said that dictator was not answerable in dictatorship but PM must be answerable in democracy and Nawaz Sharif should have to answer.
“When institutes do not dispense justice the only way left to take to streets and it is the democratic right” Imran said. 02

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