Gilani Convinces Nawaz to Attend PCNS Meeting
LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday was swayed by the prime minister to attend next meeting of the parliamentary committee, which is delineating new rules of engagement with the US and the Nato, DawnNews reported.
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani made a telephone call and appealed the PML-N chief to end boycotting meetings of the committee.
He assured Sharif that all reservations of his party over recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) will be removed.
The PML-N chief, in response, assured the premier that his party will attend the next meeting of the committee.
Earlier, the absence of PML-N representatives prevented the committee from making any headway in its work to redraft its recommendations on the basis of the guidelines set by the top civilian-military leadership at a consultative meeting last week.
The committee is expected to meet one more time before the scheduled joint sitting of the parliament on Thursday.
The PCNS report carrying 16 major recommendations on new terms of engagements with the US was tabled by Senator Raza Rabbani, who also heads the committee, on the first day of the joint sitting on March 20.
Is Noon League really that confused these days? They are seriously making me laugh out loud these days with their stupidity.
First they sign and approve the committee recommendations and then take a complete U-turn and disown the committee recommendations. Then they decide to boycott the committee meeting and are now heading back to the committee.
I wouldn't be surprised if they sign and approve the recommendations again and take a complete U-turn again.
The Noon league is like a deer in the headlights
Sharif Family and Bhutto-Zardari Family work together but not in the favor and interests of Pakistan and Pakistani Public but to find out new ways how they can loot more and more Pakistan and Pakistani Public.
More Muk Muka on the way,dont take them serious they just fixing terms for future Noora Kushti