No NRO for looters

Call APC or start a campaign: PM to opposition


Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday once again categorically ruled out any National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) for corrupt leaders. There will be no NRO for corrupts even if the opposition holds an All Parties’ Conference (APC) or launch a movement against the federation, said PM while chairing a parliamentary meeting of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) at the Parliament House in Islamabad. There were chances of support for Nawaz Sharif coming from Turkish President Erdogan but he didn’t discuss anything related to Nawaz during a meeting, said PM. Reports were also coming that someone from the members of the Sharif family has contacted Arab leaders and asked for the support but they rejected it by calling it the internal matter of Pakistan. Meanwhile, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leader Jahangir Tareen met with Prime Minister Imran Khan at Parliament House in Islamabad. During the meeting, the PTI leader informed PM Imran about the reservations of BNP-Mengal. The federal ministers also meet with BNP-M delegation on the special instructions of PM Imran. Earlier, Members of National Assembly Begum Shaheen S a i f u l l a h , Talib Hussain Nakai, Saleh M u h a m m a d Khan, Niaz Ahmad, Haji Imtiaz Ahmad and Aurangzeb Khichi also called on PM Khan at the Parliament House in Islamabad and discussed the overall situation of the country. A Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) delegation also met with PM Imran at Parliament House. Minister for Defence Production Zubaida Jalal MNAs Sardar Muhammad Israr Tareen, Khalid Hussain Magsi, Ehsanullah Reki and Rubina Irfan were included in the delegation. Special Assistant to Prime Minister Naeem-ul-Haq was also present on the occasion. Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan had decided to address concerns of four junior coalition partners of the government. Prime Minister opted to address the concerns of junior partners by meeting leaders of each of the allied parties rather than through a joint committee comprising lawmakers of the four coalition partners.

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