Islamabad- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said that he stands by his words about the current parliament.

Imran Khan today reached the parliament, after boycott of nearly eight months. In August PTI MNAs had resigned from the NA in protest against alleged rigging in the 2013 general elections.

Talking to journalists, the PTI chief said he stands by his words about the current parliament. “This is a rigging-hit parliament,” he said. Khan further said he would himself present his party s viewpoint on Yemen conflict, during the session.

Presenting his party s view point on the Yemen issue, Khan said Pakistan should not involve itself in Yemen-Saudi conflict, as it had already suffered a lot by entering in the Afghan- Russian and US-Afghan conflicts in the past.

PTI leader Shireen Mazari said the government had formed the judicial commission and now her party will play its role in Parliament. She said there was no need to apologies as the PTI had not attacked parliament. When asked about the situation in Yemen, Mazari replied that this was someone else’s war and was not for the defence of Makkah Madina.

PTI lawmaker Shafqaat Mahmood said they would discuss the situation in Yemen in today’s session. He added that PTI wanted to open four constituencies earlier, but now the entire election was under scrutiny. According to Mahmood the PTI still considered this parliament to be rigged.