While popular actress Mehwish Hayat continues to raise her voice from social issues to women's issues, she also talks about the sometimes inappropriate conversations and traditions in politics and parliament.
Although in the past, mahogany has talked about politicians using inappropriate language against each other.
However, recently, Pakistan People's Party (PPP) National Assembly Abdul Qadir Patel voiced an inappropriate statement made in the House and interpreted several Pakistanis.
Actress Mehwish Hayat in his tweet condemned the PPP leader while sharing a video of a speech made by a journalist in the National Assembly of Qadir Patel.
Mehwish Hayat, while sharing video of Qadir Patel's speech, regretted the words he used and condemned his words.
It is astounding when our politicians make personal attacks like this. It’s unacceptable anywhere,but the sanctity of Parliament requires a level of decorum which this definitely crosses.There r better ways 2 put up ur case. Appropriate steps must b taken 2 censure this in future https://t.co/mFJn9REGsf— Mehwish Hayat TI (@MehwishHayat) February 12, 2020
The actress wrote that even though inappropriate conversations are unacceptable in other places besides Parliament, the House has a separate sanctity, which should not happen at all.
The actress wrote that there should be no personal attacks on anyone, including inappropriate discussions in the Parliament and that such behaviour by our politicians is regrettable.
He hoped that such discussions would be avoided in the future in the House and that his voice or protest would be recorded in other ways.
It is to be noted that PPP MP Abdul Qadir Patel made a speech in the National Assembly two days ago on February 11, criticizing Federal Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) member Murad Saeed for inappropriate language.
Abdul Qadir Patel had criticized him for not mentioning Murad Saeed and criticized him for pointing his back to the Speaker National Assembly on which the Speaker had asked him to delete the PPP leader's words.
In his speech, Qadir Patel said, "There is no doubt that everyone in the National Assembly has worked hard, but the hard work that they (they pointed out to the PTI leader) did we cant do this kind of hard work.
He was also criticized by other political, social media figures for his inappropriate speech by Abdul Qadir Patel.
Before Qadir Patel, federal minister Murad Saeed also criticized PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto for using inappropriate words in the National Assembly.