LAHORE: Days after a session of the National Assembly witnesses ruckus, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan Friday asked Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to attend next proceedings of parliament. 

Speaking to reporters, the PTI chairman also questioned the government's response against militancy in wake of a report on Quetta Civil Hospital attack.

An inquiry commission under the Supreme Court on Thursday slammed the interior minister, Balochistan chief minister and home minister for providing misleading information following the deadly terrorist attack in Quetta which claimed more than 70 lives and injured 112 people in August this year.

The commission criticised the government and state apparatus in its "monumental failure to combat terrorism and perform basic protocols".

Imran called out Minister for Interior Chaudhry Nisar over the report’s findings and said the minister should either respond or resign. “Telling lies is U-turn,” said the PTI chairman. 

Imran said he would attend the parliament’s session the day the prime minister appears before the parliament and presents his response. He added that terrorist attacks in the country have declined as a result of Pakistan Army’s operations against militancy.