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PPP to protest lifting of Musharraf’s travel ban

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Islamabad : The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) lawmakers will protest against the federal government’s decision to lift the travel ban against former president Pervez Musharraf during the Sindh Assembly session tomorrow.

Sources in the PPP unveiled that the party may move a resolution in the assembly against the federal government’s move.

A parliamentary party meeting has been convened in this regard at the CM House today to devise a plan, reports Dawn.

The Chief Minister and other PPP MLAs will be present in the meeting to be chaired by parliamentary leader Nisar Ahmed Khuhro.

The session, which will be chaired by speaker Agha Siraj Durrani, has been summoned for oath-taking ceremony of PPP MPA Aziz Junejo, who has won the by-polls from Khairpur Nathan Shah in Dadu district.

The other items on the agenda include the introduction of Karachi Development Authority (Revival and Amendment) Bill 2016 and consideration of Sindh Factories Bill 2015. (ANI)

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