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Who introduced hatred in Pakistan politics — Imran or Nawaz?

Who introduced hatred in Pakistan politics -- Imran or Nawaz?

By Sarmad Ali

Whether one agrees or not Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI) has brought ‘hatred’ in politics. And what we saw in National Assembly on Tuesday is the reflection of this very hatred of the party which is ruling the country.

Imran Khan’s legacy of using foul language like ‘unki shalwarain geeli ho rahi hai’ he uttered when he was on container targeting the government of the time. Since then his followers use bad and indecent language both on broadcast and social media and on top of this now on assembly forums. What a shame for this man and his party on this account.

Poor National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser on Wednesday barred seven MNAs, including three from the PTI, from entering the House after budget books and expletives were thrown during yesterday’s session.

In a tweet, the NA speaker said that members who disrupted the session during Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif’s speech have been barred from entering the House as their behaviour was “unparliamentary and inappropriate”.

Qaiser who was a helpless chap seeing his own party members using dirty language to take on their opponents. The PMLN MNAs too was responding in the same fashion.

Poor Qaiser said: “They violated the rules and, despite the repeated direction of the chair, interrupted House proceedings.”

The MNAs whose membership has been suspended are Ali Gohar Khan (PML-N), Chaudhary Hamid Hameed (PML-N), Sheikh Rohale Asghar (PML-N), Faheem Khan (PTI), Abdul Majeed Khan (PTI), Ali Nawaz Awan (PTI) and Syed Agha Rafiullah (PPP).

They have been told to not enter the precinct of the Parliament House till further orders.Zartaj Gull also tried her best to cash in from this brawl but she luckily escaped any budget copy at her direction.

This cultural of hatred and political intolerance does not seem to end here. Courtesy to PTI… Long live PTI. — PAK DESTINY

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