ISLAMABAD    -    Planning, Development and Reform Minister Ahsan Iqbal on Saturday said the government believed in supremacy of the parliament and the PTI chief should return to the parliament if he wanted to play a role in country’s politics. Talking to a private news channel, he said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf lawmakers had already split opinion on the resignation issue and they were not supporting their party chief. “We will welcome PTI members to the parliament,” he added. The minister said that flash floods had wreaked havoc in Pakistan, leaving millions of people without shelters. Foreign dignitaries, who visited the flood-affected areas showed sympathy with the affectees while Imran Khan never got a chance to express unity with his flood-hit nation instead he was busy spreading chaos and anarchy in the country, he added. Ahsan said rehabilitation of the flood-victims was the government’s top priority. He advised the PTI chief not to indulge in politics of division especially at this testing time.