ISLAMABAD - The National Assembly, likely to meet by second week of October, will once again witness a heated discussion on the Panama leaks controversy.

The session, with the break of over a month, will debate discussion over the anti-government march by PTI at Raiwind over the Panama leaks issue.

PTI, however, has received cold shoulder from the rest of Opposition parties regarding its anti-government march.

Opposition parties including PPP, PTI, MQM, Jamaat-e-Islami will soon start submitting adjournment motions and call attention notices regarding the burning issues. PPP has submitted a call-attention notice regarding construction of M-9 (Karachi- Hyderabad motorway) in National Assembly Secretariat.

The sources in National Assembly Secretariat said some major Opposition parties may submit requisition to immediately summon National Assembly session to discuss the situation regarding the anti-government march by PTI.

Opposition parties have also planned to hold a crucial meeting to discuss a future course of action regarding the Panama controversy.

The matter of Panama leaks is also scheduled to be discussed in Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on September 20. The heads of NAB, FIA, SBP and SECP have been summoned to brief the Committee for reportedly ignoring the Committee. When contacted, PPP's Naveed Qamar said the issue of Panama leaks cannot be ignored.

PTI chief Imran had asked the government to initiate proper probe of 'Panamagate'. He was of the view that the issue may be resolved within two days if the Opposition especially PTI agrees on it.

The matter regarding ToRs Committee's failure may once again resurface in the upcoming National Assembly session, which could not reach consensus owing to different issues between government and Opposition in the meetings.

While on the other hand, a PTI MNA, assuring to hold peaceful march, has recently remarked that the government should start proper probe of off-shore companies scandal.