ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – The National Assembly’s session will commence today (Wednesday) at 4pm at the Parliament House in Islamabad.
The opposition is set to give a tough time to the government on certain matters, including non-invitation to their leaders in the recent visit of the Saudi crown prince and taking up a calling attention notice inviting “attention of the minister for religious affairs to increase in the Haj expenses due to withdrawal of subsidy by the government.”
Meanwhile, Finance Minister Asad Umar will put forth recommendations of the Senate regarding the second finance bill (mini-budget).
Moreover, placement of Opposition Leader Shahbaz Sharif’s name on the Exit Control List (ECL) and India-Pakistan relations in the light of recent Pulwama attack are also likely to be discussed in the house.
The session will also discuss energy crisis in the country and its possible resolution.