Ruckus in NA as Murad Saeed fires back at Bilawal Bhutto for grilling PTI
Bilawal Bhutto, in his speech, expressed that the core cause behind inflation was the incompetence of the government. He also called upon the government to implement the National Action Plan.
'This is not PTI's government, this is PTIMF's government,' Bilawal took a jibe.
Bilawal shared that those who cursed on the parliament and talked about 'umpire's finger' were not able to tolerate the criticism.
The PP chief reiterated demand to expel the ministers suspected of ties to militant outfits. The lawmaker stressed the government to present the agreement made with the IMF before the House.
Soon after Bilawal winded up his speech, PTI's firebrand lawmaker Murad Saeed started his speech and slammed Pakistan Peoples Party for the recent HIV cases in Sindh.
Murad also talked about former cop Rao Anwar and the fake accounts allegedly owned by senior PPP leaders, however, members of the opposition, mainly from Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz, started interrupting the speech and chanted: No baby no.
The PML-N members demanded that former foreign minister Khawaja Asif should be allowed to speak following which the Speaker Asad Qaiser asked Murad Saeed to complete his speech to which he complied with, however, warned that the members of the opposition would not be allowed to speak for displaying such behaviour.
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