ISLAMABAD -  Despite use of harsh tone against the ruling PML-N and its leadership by Imran Khan in his Lahore rally, PTI has decided to participate in tomorrow’s meeting of heads of parliamentary parties called by the PM.

A statement issued by PTI’s central media department said that the party would attend the meeting called by Prime Minister Nawaz Sahrif on the situation of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) and Line of Control (LoC). It stated the PTI chairman had given approval in this regard.

Deputy parliamentary leader of PTI in the National Assembly Shah, Mahmood Qureshi and Dr Shireen Mazari would attend the meeting to be chaired by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif himself .The meeting would discuss the security situation on the eastern border and the recent unprovoked firing of Indian forces along the LoC.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has convened a meeting of the heads of parliamentary parties on Monday to update them on the situation in Held Kashmir and the Line of Control.

Meanwhile, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has said his party is steadfast against the corruption and dictatorial attitude of the ruling elite.

In a message on social media website tweeter on Saturday, Imran Khan said PTI was not afraid of any threat and would continue its struggle for inborn rights of the countrymen.

He thanked the participants of Lahore march despite what he claimed hurdles created in the way of their presence in Raiwind and threats of possible terror attack by Indian intelligence agency, RAW.

The PTI chief said he wsas proud of his workers who, ignoring these threats, responded to his call to give a message to the rulers that they would not allow them to plunder the national exchequer anymore.  He said the time was ripe for the national institutions to take notice of corruption of the rulers and initiate a probe into it.

“If the state institutions fail to hold the corrupt rulers accountable, PTI will hold a massive gathering in the federal capital once the deadline expires,” Imran added.