PTI sticks to boycott of Parliament’s joint session

PTI sticks to boycott of Parliament’s joint session

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has maintained its stance
of not attending parliament’s joint session that will be addressed
by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan tomorrow during his
two-day visit to Pakistan (PTI Latest news).

“Turk ambassador requested us not to boycott the session; however,
we think that a person who is involved in corruption should not stay
in power therefore we will go ahead with our decision to boycott,”
Imran Khan told reporters after party’s meeting at Bani Gala residence.“We love and respect people of Turkey and also respect the invitation
of the Turkish minister and welcome the President to Pakistan, but
we cannot endorse Nawaz Sharif by going to National Assembly,”
he said.

“After the heavy corruption charges on Nawaz Sharif, and after
all the laws they broke by shelling on Chief Minister KP’s convoy,
we can not endorse him,” Imran Khan affirmed.

Erdogan’s visit

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is scheduled to arrive in Pakistan
on Wednesday on two-day visit. He is visiting Pakistan on the invitation
of President Mamnoon Hussain.According to officials, President Erdogan will meet President
Mamnoon Hussain and hold talks with Prime Minister Muhammad
Nawaz Sharif during the visit.

The exchange of views between the two leaders will cover entire
range of bilateral relations, as well as regional and international issues.

The Turkish President is also scheduled to address Joint Session of the Parliament.

President Erdogan will also travel to Lahore, where the Prime Minister
will host a banquet in the honour of visiting dignity at Shahi Fort.

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