LAHORE – The leadership of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Punjab has decided, on Friday, to return their salaries of sit-in period taken upon coming back to parliament house.
According to sources, PTI’s Opposition leader in Punjab Assembly, Mian Mahmud Ur Rashid, presided over a meeting of Punjab provincial assembly members of PTI.
Sources said that during the meeting it was decided to return their salaries back to government.
Sources revealed that provincial legislative members of PTI also sought permission from their top leadership for taking part on a vacant senate seat of Rafique Rajwana.
It is pertinent to mention that the senate seat fell vacant after the appointment of Rafiq Rajwana as new governor of Punjab after the resignation of Former Governor Punjab Chaudhry Sarwar.