PTI leader and President Dr Arif Alvi will address the joint session of both parliament houses on Monday.
President Arif Alvi will address the joint session of parliament today. However, the joint session of parliament will be the first formal attendance of National Assembly after the oath taking of Prime Minster, speaker, and deputy speaker.
Earlier, the session was scheduled on September 13 but later it was postponed due to the death of Begum Kulsoom Nawaz.
According to the constitutional provisions, the president should address the joint session of parliament during the National Assembly’s first session after the general election. In addition, he/she should also address the first sitting of assembly in each parliamentary year.
PM Imran Khan, Parliament and federal cabinet members, governors, diplomats, chief ministers, ambassadors, members of civil society and other key personalities will likely attend the joint session of parliament.
Special passes have been released for the propitious event. All main entry and exit points will be monitored and unapproved vehicles would not be permitted to enter in Islamabad without an exhaustive checking. Rangers alongside police will be sent to guarantee foolproof security on the event.