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Answer parliamentarians' queries in PM's Question Hour

The PM had vowed to make himself answerable to the parliament "twice every month".
Updated 10 Aug, 2021 05:07pm

Prime Minister Imran Khan, in his inaugural speech in the parliament as the head of the government, had vowed to answer the questions of his fellow lawmakers twice a month in a session later named "Prime Minister’s Question Hour".

"Twice every month I will answer to the people during the question-answer session in the assembly," he said.

Source: Khan vows to answer questions in the parliament


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