ISLAMABAD - The major opposition parties, in the upcoming National Assembly session likely to be summoned by the mid of January, will force the government to share the detailed progress on the National Action Plan (NAP).

The opposition parties including PPP, PTI and MQM will unanimously ask the government to take parliament into confidence about the National Action Plan (NAP) performance, sources told The Nation yesterday.

These opposition parties are also planning to jointly make recommendations and flaws in the National Action Plan (NAP) and share with the house.

The combined opposition parties will also jointly demand for the government’s performance reports of important ministries including Water and Power, Petroleum and Natural Resources and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The lawmakers from opposition had already demanded of the prime minister to ask all ministers to share their ministries’ performance.

The sources said that the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs will soon send a summary to President Mamnoon Hussain for summoning the session.

The upcoming session may continue over two weeks.