PM’s attendance in parliament ‘too low’ since August

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Islamabad: Since the time, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government came into ruling, our Prime Minister Imran Khan attendance in the parliament is exceptionally short as he has only attended six sittings of the parliament, out of a total of 34 held since August.

Imran Khan on his official twitter handle on Tuesday accused the opposition for bringing chaos in the parliament by staging walkouts said that “In a Parliament that costs taxpayers billions yearly, yet another walkout in the National Assembly by the Opposition shows that this is the only function they intend to perform.”

In addition to this he added that “These are pressure tactics to seek an NRO and evade accountability for corruption in NAB cases not initiated by PTI.”

Despite this, the attendance record of prime minister itself is not satisfactory at all as his presence had witnessed six times only in the parliament.

It must be taken into account that it is of preliminary importance for any Head of the State to ensure his or her presence in the country’s parliament for making its working smooth in all aspects.