ISLAMABAD - Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly Ch Nisar Ali Khan Saturday challenged the PPP-led ruling alliance to get the proposed 20th constitutional amendment passed without the support of the main opposition party in the National Assembly.

In a statement, the PML-N leader said that the party has decided not to cooperate with the government on 20th amendment and NATO attacks. He further said PML-N leadership would decide about attending the joint sitting of the parliament to debate and approve the recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security.

“The sole objective of convening the joint sitting of the Parliament by the government was to serve its own interests,” he added.

Nisar also took serious view of the Prime Minister’s statement, he made in Davos, claiming that the ruling alliance enjoyed two-thirds majority, adding PML-N would accelerate its mass mobilisation campaign with the Multan public meeting scheduled for February 17.