ISLAMABAD: The opposition parties have decided to end the boycott of the parliament after a joint sitting and the talks with the Speaker of the National Assembly.

The opposition leaders discussed the terms of reference for Panama Leaks probe and the new questions of the opposition in the sitting with Ayaz Sadiq. The Speaker urged the opposition politicians to end the boycott and return to the parliament 

The opposition parties decided to end the boycott of the parliament and attend the session.

Earlier, the opposition prepared a questionnaire comprises of 70 questions in a meeting to ask the government. The MQM, however, was absent from the joint sitting of the opposition parties.

Leader of Opposition Syed Khursheed Shah has said that the opposition will now only talk on the questions in the NA session.

PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that the prime minister failed to give answers of the questions, which led the opposition to prepare 70 questions.