NA assures support to PM; vows to resist efforts to derail democracy

ISLAMABAD (NNI): National Assembly resumed its session in Islamabad Tuesday with Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq in the chair.

Taking part in the debate, Rajab Ali Baloch rejected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) allegations of election rigging saying in most of the constituencies their candidates were defeated with big margins. He said the protesting parties want to destabilize Pakistan.

Maulana Muhammad Gohar Shah said Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri want to spread anarchy and derail the democratic system in the country.

Mir Shabbir Ali Bijrani said the sit-ins of PTI and PAT have made the residents of federal capital hostage for the last thirteen days. He said the demands of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf are totally undemocratic and unconstitutional.

Speaking on the current political situation, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Sheikh Aftab Ahmed categorically stated that the present government will stay intact and fulfill agenda of development to turn the country into an Asian tiger. He said Nawaz Sharif will stay as the Prime Minister of the country and the protesting parties will not succeed in their nefarious conspiracies.

Aftab Sheikh said inquiry should be conducted against the former Additional Secretary Election Commission Afzal Khan for his baseless allegations of rigging in 2013 elections. He said such a person should be sent behind prison for trying to make the Election Commission controversial.

Marvi Memon said those staging night Dharna should also show sensitivity to the current situation on the Line of Control and the martyrdom of our soldiers in the war on terrorism. She said the Supreme Court has given its verdict for the opening of Constitution Avenue and hoped that the protesting parties will demonstrate responsibility for amicable solution of the issue. On the resignations of PTI members from the House, she said it demonstrates their duplicity that they are keeping the government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa but leaving the lower house.

Sabiha Nazir said the PTI government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has failed to deliver and they have turned their back towards the plight of the internally displaced persons of North Waziristan. She said the government will complete its mandated term and the Prime Minister will not resign.

Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah said political solution should be found out of the current crisis at the earliest to avoid any untoward incident at the venue of the sit-ins. Tahira Aurangzeb said both Pakistan People’s Party and PML (N) have rendered innumerable sacrifices for the freedom of expression currently being exercised by the protesting parties in the capital. The House has now been adjourned to meet again tomorrow morning at 11.

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