PML-N chief former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, throughout a session of the National Assembly on Tuesday, had a heated alternate of phrases with the Lower House’s speaker, Asad Qaiser.
A session of the National Assembly to debate on a decision calling for the safety of the sanctity of the Prophethood of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was held in Islamabad for a quick interval and was adjourned until Friday with no main inroads made.
The non-public memebr decision was offered in Parliament by PTI MNA Amjad Ali Khan.
A separate decision was additionally offered. It referred to as for the formation of a committee to debate on whether or not or not the French ambassador to Pakistan needs to be expelled. This decision was declared as accepted by the speaker after a voice vote.
Footage from the session reveals that shortly after the speaker’s announcement, Abbasi approached his rostrum angrily.
It shouldn’t be clear what sparked his anger.
“You are making it […] controversial. Don’t you have any shame?” shouted the previous prime minister, as he approached the speaker’s rostrum.
Qaiser requested Abbasi to “mind his language”. “You always behave like this,” he mentioned to the PML-N chief.
At this, Abbasi mentioned: “I will remove my shoe and hit you with it.”
The speaker responded by saying: “I will do the same; do not cross your limits. Please return to your seat and speak there.”
After the NA session was adjourned, Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry condemned the language utilized by the PML-N stalwart in the course of the NA session.
“Unfortunately, people like Shahid Khaqan Abbasi have held the position of prime minister of Pakistan,” he added.