Dinner at PM House: MNAs absence draws Imran Khan's ire
The absence of members of National Assembly (MNAs) belonging to the ruling PTI and its allies parties from a dinner at the PM house drew Prime Minister Imran Khan's ire, 24News TV Channel reported on Monday.
In his address, the premier said he had dinned out 10 times after becoming premier and three of these were with them.
Imran Khan shared with the participants his government's feats in financial management while braving covid-19 caused economic crisis.
However, he said this budget is a wonderful piece of finance management that he hoped will sail through the low house of the parliament tomorrow. He stressed the need for joint efforts to put the court on the path for progress and prosperity.
He had put off the federal cabinet meeting scheduled to be held tomorrow and he would be present at his chamber in the National Assembly.
PM Imran Khan directed lawmakers of ruling coalition to stay in the federal cabinet till the budget approval, the insiders said.
Reporter: Awais Kiyani