Pakistan's National Assembly on Friday adjourned a much-anticipated session for Monday, March 28, at 4pm, without addressing the agenda.
The 15-point agenda included a no-confidence motion to oust Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The first sitting of the 41st session also included four reports of standing committees, two calling attention notices and a statutory report.
None of the items on the agenda were addressed due to the demise of a PTI Member of National Assembly, Khayal Zaman.
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