ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Senator Mushahid Ullah Khan was witnessed exchanging barbs with Faisal Javed, Senator of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) during a Senate session.
As per details, Senate chairman Sadiq Sanjrani is chairing a session of the upper chamber of the legislature.
While pouring in his thoughts on shifting of PIA Heqaduarter to Islamabad from Karachi, senior PML-N leader Mushahid Ullah Khan claimed that a new pandora box will open before the public if shifting is done.
His remarks drew political row as PTI leader Faisal Javed intervened and objected Mushahid’s statement.
Taunting PML-N leader, Faisal Javed said, “Do not teach us morality”.
To this, Mushahid Ullah responded that he should have some lessons of morality from Prime Minister Imran Khan’s sister Aleem Khan.
“These people have made a joke. Two to three of their people disrupt the calm proceedings. They must learn some moral values”, the PML-N Senator said, warning that he knew how to deal with these issues if they arise in future.
On this occasion, Senate chairman excluded the statements of both PMl-N and PTI Senator from the parliamentary records.