ISLAMABAD (Online) President Asif Ali Zardari will address the joint sitting of Parliament at 5:00pm on April 05 (Monday). In this regard, the Presidency has formally informed the National Assembly Secretariat about summoning of the joint session, sources informed Online. The session would be held with Speaker National Assembly Dr Fehmida Mirza in chair. Invitation letters have been dispatched to all the provincial governors, chief ministers, Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry, heads of the three armed forces and chairman joint chiefs of staff committee, envoys of different countries living in Pakistan and other prominent personalities for participation in joint sitting of Parliament. When contacted, Advisor to the Prime Minister on Parliamentary Affairs Azhar Amrohi confirmed summoning of joint sitting of Parliament, saying the report of Constitutional Reforms Committee would be tabled in National Assembly and Senate today (Friday). He also hoped that the National Assembly and Senate would approve the reforms package unanimously. It would be the third address by President Zardari to the Parliament during last one and half year, who during his address would announce about repealing the 17th Amendment as well as Article 58(2) b, besides describing his governments priorities with regard to the approval of 18th Amendment. On the other hand, snipers would be deployed around the Parliament House and the adjacent areas on the eve of the presidents address. No guest would be allowed to enter the Parliament house due to security reasons, and federal ministers along with parliamentarians have been asked not to bring any guest with them on the eve of the Parliament session. The premises and the surrounding area would be searched with help of sniffing dogs, while people entering in the Parliament House and Constitutional Avenue would also be checked with metal detectors. Special contingents of paramilitary forces would also be deployed along with police to meet any untoward incident. Special invitation letters have been dispatched for participating in the joint sitting while those without such letters would not be allowed to enter the Parliament House.