ISLAMABAD - Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan, is set to take oath as member of the Lower House of Parliament of Wednesday. Party sources told The Nation on Monday that the PTI chief was ready to deliver a fiery speech in National Assembly after taking oath. Credible source said that Imran will criticise excerpts of budget suggestions given by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar last week. Moreover, Imran may land the govt in hot waters for its failure to protect Quaid’s Residency in Ziarat, Balochistan.
Imran Khan has himself sent a tweet, confirming that he would be taking oath in National Assembly on June 19. Khan said, he would unveil his party’s policy regarding burning issues including education and energy.  “My address to the Lower House of Parliament will lay out PTI’s policy on crucial national issues and how the KPK government will be a role model of clean and efficient governance,” Khan tweeted to his fans and the followers.
It is worthy to mention here that The PTI chief could not take oath on June 1 along with other members of the National Assembly owing to his ailment.