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PTI will not attend Erdogan's address to parliament, says Imran

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday stated his birthday party used to be status via its choice to boycott the joint consultation of parliament to be held this week, which the Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is scheduled to address.

Talking to media representatives out of doors his Banigala place of dwelling, Imran stated his birthday celebration would not attend the joint consultation which he stated would happen underneath a arguable top minister who used to be dealing with fees of corruption.

He stated “we welcome the Turkish president to Pakistan however on the similar time, we do not need to endorse a chief minister who has damaged the rustic’s regulation and has engaged in corruption”.

Imran added that it had grow to be inconceivable for PTI lawmakers to pass to Parliament given the remedy that used to be meted out to birthday celebration staff.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan is scheduled to arrive in Pakistan for a two-day respectable talk over with this week. The federal government plans to convene a unique joint sitting of parliament on Nov 17 so the Turkish president can address lawmakers.

Criticising the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, he stated prior to now seven months it had turn into transparent that the federal government had modified its place a number of occasions in relation to its corruption. He added that court cases within the apex courtroom would additional display how a lot the federal government has lied.

At the Panamagate case this is being heard within the Excellent Courtroom, the PTI chairman stated the federal government used to be telling extra lies to disguise its earlier deceits. He additional stated that his birthday party depended on the courtroom and would settle for on the other hand it makes a decision to continue at the topic.

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