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PM eyes all parties unity on matters relating to national security institutions

PM eyes all parties unity

PM eyes all parties unity on matters relating to national security institutions, according to special assistant to the Prime Minister.

Special Assistant on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan said this in tweet.

Her statement came after parliamentary party meeting of PTI and its allies. 

Prime Minister Imran Khan presided over the meeting in Islamabad today. 

PM eyes all parties unity

Prime Minister expressed the hope that all parliamentary parties and leaders will show unity over matters concerning national security. 

Furthermore, she said Attorney General briefed the meeting in detail about the amendments in Army Act.

She said Prime Minister stressed on the need of stability for economic uplift and development in the country.

Prime Minister directed all members to spend their time to resolve public issues.

Fawad Ch

Similarly, Federal Minister Fawad Chaudhry also remain optimistic on the issue.

Specially, he noted consensus of all parties on Army Act amendment bill.

He further said that all the parties are moving ahead on Army Act (Amendment) Bill 2020 with consensus.
Meanwhile, Minister also emphasised that the country cannot afford politics on national institutions.

Positive NA session

Furthermore, Fawad referred to National Assembly’s today session as positive.
Because, the opposition parties also remain positive on the matter.
Hence, the Minister hoped that the National Assembly would unanimously pass the bill tomorrow.

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