LAHORE/ISLAMABAD: PML-N has decided to voice strong protest during president Asif Zardari address to joint session of parliament on March, 22.
The decision was taken in a meeting of PML-N leaders, which was presided over by the opposition leader in National Assembly (NA) Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan.
Chaudhry Nisar alleged president Zardari had landed the country in crisis and every party was protesting against ill-conceived policies being pursued by the government.
In the prevailing situation PML-N stands with the people, he said adding his party will protest strongly against rampant inflation, release of Raymond Davis, non implementation of courts decisions, drone attacks and Swiss banks accounts issue during President Zardari address to joint session of parliament.
He told a strategy had been evolved in this respect and all the legislators of PML-N had been directed to ensure their presence in the house on Tuesday.
Chaudhry Nisar said voicing protest was their democratic right and they would raise people voice in the house.
According to sources, some lawmakers would bring placards inscribed with slogans against President Zardari in the house.