PTI activist, PML-N leader exchanged blows, harsh words | Instant News

ISLAMABAD: As the government and its allied lawmakers gathered in the National Assembly for Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vote of confidence, Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers who were present outside the assembly exchanged blows and harsh words with the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML). -N) leaders and workers, who have arrived there for the press conference.

When PML-N leaders began press talks, they were surrounded by angry crowds, who attempted to drown them with slogans in support of the prime minister and the ruling party.

Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Musaddiq Malik, Miftah Ismail, Ahsan Iqbal and Marriyum Aurangzeb criticized the PTI government and Prime Minister Imran Khan, calling him ‘fascist’ and comparing him to Hitler.

Meanwhile, PTI supporters carrying pro-Imran banners surrounded the PML-N leadership and began flying slogans aloud in an attempt to mute their voices.

The situation got worse when politicians and PTI supporters started shoving each other and exchanging harsh words.

TV footage showed Musaddiq Malik being hit in the back, after which he and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi chased the man, who had prompted them to give him a few countermeasures.

A Peshawari chappal was thrown at Ahsan Iqbal as he stood on stage and shouted slogans, criticizing the government. In addition, the naughty workers pushed Marriyum Aurangzeb and behaved badly with him. The police, meanwhile, are nowhere to be seen.

Later, PML-N leaders regrouped and blamed the government for the situation.

Ahsan said “the politics of fascism” would not be allowed and the PML-N would fight the government at every forum.

“Today’s National Assembly session is illegal, unethical and unconstitutional,” said Khaqan Abbasi, adding that he would not step down either. He said President Arif Alvi, Prime Minister Imran Khan and NA Chair Asad Qaiser were involved in the illegal session summons. The notice was issued in the evening between March 4 and 5, he added.

Security arrived later to break up the clashes and set up a human wall, separating protesters from PML-N leaders.


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