ISLAMABAD - Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Ch Nisar Ali Khan on Thursday demanded of the government that the in-camera session of the Parliament on US Abbottabad operation should be open for media. Addressing in the National Assembly, he asked that if the security agencies could brief the senior media men in their offices, why should not the senior journalists be called to attend the briefing in the Parliament. There should not be a lengthy briefing. Maximum time should be given to Parliamentarians for questions. It should be explained that they are producing themselves before the Parliament and not the Parliament was producing itself before them, he said. He said a plan should be finalised before the joint sitting of the Parliament and a meeting of Business Advisory Committee should be called on Thursday night or on Friday (today) before the joint sitting. Minister for Religious Affairs Syed Khurshid Shah however said the meeting of the Business Advisory Committee would be held at 11:00 am while the session would start at 3:00 pm. Earlier speaking on the point of order, Bushra Gohar said May 12 was a black day in the countrys history adding that Pervez Musharraf and the then provincial government was responsible for the incident. She said action should be taken against them. Taking part in the debate on US unilateral action against Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, MNA Kamran Khan said the people of Pakistan had concerns on the report of bin Ladens death, as US had not yet provided any proof in this regard. He suggested that the government should seal Pak-Afghanistan border. If this step had been taken earlier, no such action would be possible in Pakistan, he observed. He said Pakistan should behave like a nuclear power or else US would keep mounting its pressure. Meanwhile, the National Assembly also unanimously passed 'The National Vocational and Technical Education Commission Bill, 2008, while Chairman of the Standing Committee on Water and Power Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah presented the bodys report on the bill to provide for establishment of the Private Power and Infrastructure Board (The Private Power and Infrastructure Board Bill, 2010). To a call attention notice regarding delay in the construction of Munda Dam, the minister said the government invited tenders for the feasibility of the dam and an amount would be fixed for it in the upcoming budget. Later, Deputy Speaker National Assembly Faisal Karim Kundi prorogued the 30th session of the House after announcing that the in-camera joint sitting of the Parliament on US operation in Abbottabad would be held on Friday at 3:00 pm.