PTI gets on toes in Punjab as PML-N blocs resolution against Geo

PTI Insafiyans

LAHORE – The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) demonstrated protest inside the Punjab Assembly’s hall and raised slogans against Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) as the speaker did not allow the party to table resolution against Geo Network.

According to the details gathered from Punjab Assembly’s corridor, PTI wanted to table an out of turn resolution which subsequently was denied for pre-scheduled tasks.

Moreover, the Leader of the Opposition in Punjab Assembly Mehmood-ur-Rasheed of PTI has said that the federal government is a part of Geo’s propaganda against Pakistan Army and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).

He said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif visited anchor Hamid Mir and inquired about his health but did not express solidarity with ISI.

Rasheed added that the government wants to achieve its negative objectives by pressurizing the military.

However, the Law Minister of Punjab, Rana Sanaullah, had a different point of view on PTI’s protest inside the Punjab Assembly.

“The reality is that PTI had previously submitted a resolution to be tabled to praise Hamid Mir. But as now that party has changed its stance so they only had a fear what if that resolution would got tabled…” he added.

“If PTI was really interested in the tabling the resolution then they could have approached me or other concern authorities before the session or even yesterday. But their action only tells that they wanted chaos in the assembly,” Rana said further.

Commenting over the Imran Khan’s stance against Geo and PML-N, Sana said that after becoming ‘Taliban Khan’ he had now become ‘Establishment Khan’.

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