ISLAMABAD: National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser has been sorry for the manhandling of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leaders by activists of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) on Saturday outside the Parliament House and stated the event will certainly be completely probed.
In a statement provided by the National Assembly Secretariat on Sunday, Mr Qaiser stated such cases were “regrettable as well as condemnable”.
The speaker stressed the need for taking on a culture of resistance as well as persistence in politics and prompted the political leadership to play their role hereof. He said that all the legislators were public representatives as well as every one must appreciate them.
There is no mention in the declaration whether the audio speaker will hold the investigation with a parliamentary committee, the indoor ministry or some other organization.
It might be remembered that a number of elderly PML-N leaders, including former head of state Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Musadiq Malik, Marriyum Aurangzeb as well as Ahsan Iqbal, were degraded as well as besieged by the PTI employees that had gathered at D-Chowk to protest against the Political election Payment of Pakistan (ECP) and expressed solidarity with Head of state Imran Khan when he was obtaining a vote of self-confidence in the National Assembly. At one point of time, the PML-N leaders likewise had a scuffle with a few of the PTI workers before police came into action.
The PML-N has not only condemned the event, but additionally threatened that in future they would respond to such happenings with even more power as well as force.
Earlier, the speaker had actually currently noticed such cases on the flooring of the National Assembly as well as had also provided letters to four MNAs looking for an explanation, however there has actually been no further progress on it.