ISLAMABAD - National Assembly session starting here today would likely to take up host of issues including the unprovoked Indian firing at Line of Control and working boundary between the two neighbouring countries.

The Senate would also resume its session after a two-day break and would take up the issue of Indian firing at LoC and working boundary which was agreed upon in the last sitting of the Upper House of the Parliament.

Parliamentary sources informed that Advisor to Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has written a letter to Speaker National Assembly seeking debate of the house on the Indian firing at LoC.

The Speaker would table the request letter of Premier advisor in the House Business Advisory Committee for final decision on it.

Besides this, the upcoming National Assembly session which would likely to remain in session till 31st of this month host of issues including the overall security situation with specific reference to the internal law and order situation of the country, economic condition and host of other issues would likely to figure in the session for debate.

The Speaker is expected to take the house into confidence on the latest development on the resignations of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Parliamentarians.

Finance Minister Senator Ishaq Dar would lay the annual report of Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, biannual monitoring of National Finance Commission Award and third quarterly report for the year 2013-14 of Centre Board of Directors of the State Bank of Pakistan on the state of country's economy.

Minister-in-charge of Cabinet Secretariat would lay the report on observance and implementation of principles of policy in relation to the affairs of the federation for the year 2011-12 and report of the Federal Public Service Commission for the year 2013 before the house.