Abb Takk News

One Who Try To Weaken Pakistan’s Roots Will Face Consequences: Ali Khan

ISLAMABAD: Opposition parties chanted slogans against the ruling party in the National Assembly, AbbTakk news reported on Friday.

As the session started opposition and ruling party members exchanged heated conversation during the address of state minister on parliamentary affairs Ali Muhammad Khan’s speech who demanded to cancel the membership of Mohsin Dawar and Ali Wazir. The opposition members tried to mars the session and cordoned off the dice of the speaker.

However, the state minister continued his speech and said that the one who will try to weaken the roots of Pakistan will have to face consequences.

He said that the Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) does not allow the workers to bring in Pakistan’s flag in the gathering and was inciting the state continuously by hurling abuses against Pakistan and its institutions.

Ali Khan also criticized and labeled the detained lawmakers for being responsible for the loss of lives of innocent Pashtun brothers.

The minister said that Pakistan was forced to bear as much as 40 million Afghan refugees since the past few decades and in return, we received a mutilated body of our brother SP Tahir Khan Dawar.

At the end of his speech, he said that the one who will disrespect our flag and ideology will be thrown out of the country.

On the other hands, deputy speaker ordered to switch off the mike of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. He, however, continued to speak up and reiterated his demand to issue the production orders of the detained PTM leader. To which, the members of the opposition parties created a ruckus to for force their demand to issue the production orders of the detained PTM leaders.

After the failure to maintain decorum in the house the deputy speaker Qasim Khan Suri adjourned the session.