PTI lawmakers ‘trade blows’ in National Assembly


In a shocking improvement, the National Assembly witnessed chaotic scenes on Tuesday after the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) parliamentarians engaged in a verbal spat over out of flip speeches.

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) Ali Nawaz Awan and PTI’s MNA Abdul Shakoor got here near a fistfight after indulging in a disagreement over out of flip speeches by PTI Karachi MNAs.

Awan complained that the PTI lawmakers from Karachi had been allowed to deal with the decrease home of parliament’s session in a row whereas he was not being given time to ship a speech.

Responding to Awan, MNA Shakoor stated lawmakers belonging to Karachi often attend the NA session. “Do not bully us, otherwise I will get rid of your [Awan] intimidating behaviour,” Shakoor stated in rage.

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The SAPM left the home as an alternative of responding to Shakoor’s tirade.

In June, National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser barred seven lawmakers from each side of the aisle for creating ruckus and behaving in an “unparliamentary” and “inappropriate manner”

The resolution to ban legislators got here after the home became a fish market because the parliamentarians from each the treasury and opposition squabbled with one another utilizing foul language and threw price range copies in the course of the speech by Shehbaz Sharif, the PML-N president.

The names of the parliamentarians whose entry in the home has been banned are Faheem Khan (PTI), Abdul Majeed Khan (PTI), Ali Nawaz Awan (PTI), Ali Gohar Khan (PML-N), Chaudhary Hamid Hameed (PML-N), Sheikh Rohale Asghar (PML-N) and Syed Agha Rafiullah (PPP).

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