ISLAMABAD  - Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will hold an important meeting with the Army Chief General Raheel Sharif on Tuesday (today) to exchange views on 21st Constitutional Amendment in connection with the formation of the military courts.

Strategy on launching effective action against terrorism and security of educational institutions and other key installations will also figure in the meeting.

Sources said that the Federal government has completed its homework for making amendment in the Constitution and the National Assembly is being summoned on January 5 on this count.

All the members of NA have been directed to reach Islamabad and Parliamentarians of all the parties who are abroad have been called back. Government has completed its homework to get approved the 21st Constitutional Amendment.

Meanwhile, the PTI has devised a mechanism to take part in the National Assembly (NA) session commencing from January 5th.

Consensus prevails in all the political parties for passage of this Constitutional Amendment. PTI members of NA will become part of the Parliament conditionally.

If government hesitates to constitute Judicial Commission then PTI intends to come on the roads again after January 14th.

The next round of dialogue between the government and PTI negotiating teams will be held on Tuesday (today).

After their talks on Saturday, both the sides decided to consult their respective leadership for seeking guidance on three specific points raised   by PTI.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's Core Committee, at its meeting in Islamabad, observed that deadlock on three points still continues but hopefully these would be resolved amicably.

The meeting decided that the party will continue to cooperate with the government in the war against terror.

Monitoring adds: On the other hand, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Monday said that his party would not return to assemblies until the Judicial Commission (JC) comes up with its findings in the alleged rigging of elections 2013.

He was addressing a press conference here in Bani Gala.

During the presser, Khan appealed to the public to donate Rs. 1.5 billion for his Shaukat Khanam hospital Peshawar, adding that the project would suffer a delay of another year if they fail to raise the required funds.

“We will not take funds from Federal and Provincial government for Shaukat Khanam hospital’s Peshawar branch”, Imran clarified.

The cricketer-turned politician further said his party’s 4-month long protest had awakened the nation, the example of which cannot be found in the past.

He also announced to hold a public rally at D-Chowk for paying tribute to the sacrifices of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf sit-in participants on January 17.