Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan objected the move by the government in joining the Saudi Arabia-led counter-terrorism alliance.
While talking to media at Lahore airport, Imran Khan said joining the 34-nation alliance against terrorism might ignite sectarianism inside the country.
“Government should conduct debate on this issue in the parliament before approval,” said Imran.
On much debated matter of Rangers special authority in Karachi, Imran Khan state that the public of the city is content with the paramilitary forces operation to eliminate criminal elements.
Accusing Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) of pressurising security departments in the guise of democracy, the PTI chairman also reproached the imposition of Rs 40 billion additional taxes without endorsement of the parliament.
Earlier, Saudi Arabia publicised the forming of a military coalition consisting of 34 countries to combat terrorism in the Islamic world on Tuesday.