A Resolution has passed by National Assembly

A Resolution was passed by National Assembly

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A resolution was passed by National Assembly on using disrespectful words against Parliament, on Thursday:

A resolution has been passed in National Assembly against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan and the PAT leader Shiekh Rasheed, who has been unanimously cursed on Parliament of Pakistan while addressing in the Mall road protest. This resolution has been presented by governmental authorities, MQM and KPK National Party.

The content of the Resolution states that this Parliament house and its members condemn the act of using words like ‘laanat’ (curse) and thousands of curse for the Parliament by Imran Khan and Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed. Imran Khan and Sheikh Rasheed both literally disrespected the Parliament and public democracy. Pakistan is linked to democracy, stability, and development. Moreover, parliament is the representative body of democracy and there is no place for privilege any other system in the country.

Federal Minister for Education Baleeg-ur-Rehman presented a resolution against chairmanTehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan and Pakistan AwamiTehreek leader Sheikh Rashid, against cursing on the Pakistan parliament. Jamiat-ul-Islam (F), MQM and PakhtunkhwaAwami Party have signed this resolution document. Deputy Speaker MurtazaJavedAbbasi passed the resolution unanimously after the poll.It has been stated in the document that Imran Khan and Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed have used the disrespectful words like ‘laanat’ (curse) against the Parliament while addressing to the public on Mall road protest against the government. This act of disrespect is highly unacceptable by parliamentarians for the institution who is the representative of public democracy. The Parliament and its members strongly believe that the stability and development of Pakistan are consistent with the democracy that was built in accordance with the vision and constitution of Pakistan leader Mohammad Ali Jinnah. This parliament is the representative body of democracy and there is no place for privilege any other system in the country.

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