ISLAMABAD (Staff Report) – The joint parliamentary opposition has decided to meet on Tuesday (tomorrow) to chalk out its strategy in response to the Prime Minister’s speech in the National Assembly on Monday (today).
While talking to the media outside the National Assembly, leader of the Opposition in the NA Syed Khursheed Shah said that the opposition parties would meet to review their strategy in the light of PM’s speech.
“The PM’s speech was so ambiguous that it raised 70 questions instead of answering the opposition’s 7 questions,” the opposition leader said.
“People of Pakistan are the biggest judge of today’s event. We are not satisfied with the response,” Shah said.
Speaking on this occasion, PTI Chairman Imran Khan presented documents of his London flat and demanded that the PM should also present the details of his offshore companies.