ISLAMABAD - The National Assembly session is likely to be summoned by the first week of next month.

The upcoming session of parliament will mainly focus on PTI’s anti-government’s move to seal the federal capital for unknown period.

Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf (PTI) may also change date for its anti-government sit-in, as earlier Imran Khan had announced to seal Islamabad on October 30.

PTI has so far failed to master support of other main opposition parties to join hands with it against the incumbent federal government. PML-N stalwarts, in their statements, are considering it as normal move against the government.

Sources in PML-N shared that all the treasury benches lawmakers will be asked to ensure their presence in upcoming session of the National Assembly. The government, in last some sessions, had faced embarrassment due to lack of quorum that led to suspension of proceedings of the house.

Sources said the government members will be asked to adopt cautious approach in upcoming sessions of parliament to avoid embarrassment, as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is expected to participate in the proceedings of the house.

Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf (PTI) has yet to finalise its plan to take part in upcoming National Assembly session, as the party had boycotted the joint session of parliament.