PM’s aide calls for healthy debate in NA ahead of budget session

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Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Special Assistant Naeem ul Haque has urged opposition parties to adopt a “positive and constructive approach” in the National Assembly.

His appeal came a day before the budge session kicks off on Sunday.

Federal Finance Adviser Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh will present the federal budget for 2019-20 on June 11.

Opposition parties are expected to disrupt the budget session over inflation, price hike and political victimization.

Taking to Twitter, Naeem ul Haque advised the opposition to abandon the politics of disruption and encourage healthy debate.

“I hope that a month in London’s cafes and walks in Hyde Park  and shopping in Harrods would have freshened Shahbaz Sharifs mind and he will adopt a positive and constructive attitude in the NA budget session. Let’s abandon the politics of disruption and encourage healthy debate,” Haq tweeted.

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