ISLAMABAD - MNA Marvi Memon through a letter has urged Deputy Speaker National Assembly Faisal Karim Kundi to call the joint session of the Parliament on national security and killings of Osama bin Laden. In her letter she stated, The security of our children and our people is of utmost concern to us in the wake of the successful killing of Osama bin Laden. In camera joint session of parliament needs to be called immediately to discuss the security arrangements being made to manage the backlash of this killing on our people and to discuss how 'joint this operation was and implications on our sovereignty and why Pakistan government did not break the news for many hours. The session should be summoned to discuss how far we are lagging on our joint 14-point resolution of 2009. To understand how far we have eradicated extremism from our soil. What extremist risks still exist in Pakistan?. And to understand what demands can be made on a US exit strategy from Afghanistan-Pakistan considering Al-Qaeda has not been eliminated but Osama-bin-Laden, Marvi added.