ISLAMABAD - Against the backdrop of US allegations levelled against Pakistan, the raise in oil prices and alarming energy crisis in the country, the 35th session of the National Assembly is going to start here Monday (today) evening. According to a statement, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has advised President Zardari to summon the National Assembly session to discuss the national security situation and other national issues. Although the Prime Minster has called all parties conference (APC) to discuss the national security situation and US allegations that was attended by almost all parliamentary and non-parliamentary politicians that ended with a declaration announcing to form a parliamentary committee. The formation of this committee is expected during the session and the Speaker National Assembly may ask parliamentary leaders to submit the names of their representatives for the committee. The committee will ensure the implementation of Parliamentary resolution by the government and will make the monthly progress report of the committee public. On the other hand, the government may face the music from the opposition benches as the unannounced loadshedding has once again gripped the whole country especially in Punjab where Chief Minister Sharif has already warned the federal government not to target Lahore in terms of loadshedding at a time when the number of dengue patients in hospitals are on the rise. PML-N, the leading opposition party in the Lower House, and the coalition party of ruling PPP, ANP have separately submitted adjournment motions in the National Assembly secretariat to discuss the recent hike in the petroleum prices whereas MQM may give hard response to the government for this raise. Meanwhile, Speaker National Assembly Dr Fehmida Mirza will not chair the session for first five days as she has proceeded on a 5-day official visit to Malaysia.