In an interview last week, Mr. Sharif had publicly acknowledged that militant groups were active in the country and questioned Islamabad's policy of allowing "non-state actors" to cross the border and "kill" people in Mumbai.
"We will beat aliens (undemocratic forces) in this year's general elections and our victory will be massive enough to shun the role of undemocratic forces in country's politics", said the PML-N leader while talking to journalists in Lahore.
In February, the apex court also disqualified Sharif as the head of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). Another topic of the discussion for the meeting is said to be Nawaz Sharif's Controversial Statements.
Expressing reservations over the PML-N supreme leader's recent interview to an English daily, the lawmakers said that the matters such as Khatam-e-Nabuwat amendments and national security issues have increased difficulties for the party, sources said.
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The opposition parties filed the petitions in the LHC on May 14, to register a treason case against the former prime minister regarding his controversial remarks on Mumbai attacks. "It is unacceptable that Nawaz is being termed a traitor", Geo TV quoted Prime Minister Abbasi, as saying.
The lawmakers also urged Shehbaz Sharif to take charge of party affairs, sources further said.
The lawmakers said that they will face problems when they approach voters during election time. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi was among more than a hundred party lawmakers in attendance at the meeting. "However, India created that impression by misreporting the interview".
Former Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf members Musarrat Zaib and Siraj Muhammad also attended today's parliamentary session to announce they had officially joined the "democratic" party.