Prime Minister Imran Khan will brief the nation tomorrow about the government’s agreement with the TLP.


Prime Minister Imran Khan. Photo: AFP

Sources said on Tuesday that Prime Minister Imran Khan is expected to inform the nation about a secret agreement recently reached between the government and the banned Tehreek-e-Libya Pakistan (TLP).

This was stated by informed sources Geo News That the Prime Minister is likely to address the nation to discuss the ongoing political crisis in the country and the economic and security situation.

This development came as the government began implementing the agreement it had made with the banned organization. In Punjab, more than 800 supporters of the organization were reportedly released on execution.

PM Imran Khan calls on allied parties

According to sources, the Prime Minister in a meeting with the ruling coalition parties yesterday took the legislators into confidence over the agreement with the banned TLP.

The meeting was attended by Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui of MQM, Federal Minister for Information and Technology Aminul Haq and Federal Minister for Law Forough Naseem.

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid represented the Awami League, Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination Fehmida Mirza represented the GDA, and Federal Minister for Water Resources Monis Elahi represented the PML-Q.

The participants of the meeting considered convening a joint sitting of Parliament. According to sources, the coalition partners also assured the Prime Minister that they would stand on one page on important national issues.

‘Only steering committee will ignore TLP issue’

Also, at a cabinet meeting earlier in the day, Prime Minister Imran Khan ordered members of the federal cabinet to refrain from talking about the banned TLP, sources told Geo News.

The Prime Minister’s instructions came during a meeting of the Federal Cabinet, where he informed the members that a steering committee has been constituted to deal with the banned group and only the committee would ignore the matter.

The Prime Minister asked the cabinet members to support Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry and Federal Minister for Railways Azam Swati.

He asked them to visit the Election Commission with the ministers when summoned by the body.

Chaudhry and Swati had earlier leveled serious allegations against the constitutional body after the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) issued notices to both the federal ministers.

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