Parliament not taken into confidence on Prime Minister Imran’s Saudi visit

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Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 26 September 2018


Members of Pakistan’s bicameral Parliament’s lower house (National Assembly) and of upper house (Senate) are curious to know details of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.

"An impression is being felt that Imran Khan will extend begging bowl during his maiden visit to Saudi Arabia and he should not do so," Shah said, adding that because he has been opposing to begging.
However, Imran’s visit vindicated the stance of Shah.

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In particular, Pakistan Peoples Party’s members have expressed their feelings in both houses. MNA Nafisa Shah asked the PTI government on the floor of the house why they don’t share details of the Saudi visit of Imran Khan with the Parliament.
Senator Mian Raza Rabbani already criticized the government’s dubious policy. Former opposition leader in National Assembly Syed Khursheed Shah had said prior to the Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to Saudi Arabia that the visit seemed to vague.
Shah advised Imran Khan must not extend begging bowl to Saudi Arabia in his maiden visit In an informal chat with the media in Islamabad, Shah said, "PM Imran Khan should only pay respect to holy places during his first visit to Saudi Arabia. But this visit to Saudi Arabia seems to be ambiguous."
"An impression is being felt that Imran Khan will extend begging bowl during his maiden visit to Saudi Arabia and he should not do so," Shah said, adding that because he has been opposing to begging.
However, Imran’s visit vindicated the stance of Shah.

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