ISLAMABAD: An unusual situation was witnessed in the Senate session when Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) senators were found dead on remarks made by a PML-N senator against the prime minister. While the armed forces also had to intervene.
The situation arose when Senator Mushahidullah Khan said that Prime Minister Imran Khan used to go to Jeddah, London and Jati Umrah to seek funds from Sharif Brothers for Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital.
He also alleged that 'only 5 to 10 % of the amount received was deposited into the account of Shaukat Khanum Hospital and the remaining PTI leaders were eaten'.
On this statement, PTI members Senate Faisal Javed and Mohsin Aziz rose from their seats and during this time also the bitter words of Mushahidullah Khan and Senator Faisal Javed were announced. They demanded that they are removed, but Mushahidullah Khan refused to apologize.
On which Senator Faisal Javed found out and tried to move towards the PML-N senator, there had to be intervention from the armed personnel and members of both sides who tried to comfort the angry PTI senator.
However, even after this situation was over, Senators of the ruling party continued to speak during Mushahidullah Khan's speech on the wheat crisis, to which Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani instructed them to sit and wait for their turn.
To which Mushahidullah warned that if the ruling party tried to tarnish the order of the House, no one could speak to the government benches and the prime minister would not be allowed to speak in the House.
Leader Muslim League-N demanded the government to submit a report to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on the wheat and sugar crisis.
He said that the whole world knows who is behind it but the report (being kept a secret) from the parliament, he claimed that the FIA report had nominated 3 people, including a woman.
"The presence of ministers in the stadium is making the thieves slogans that are said to have made billions of rupees from the Chinese crisis," said Mushahidullah Khan.
He said that the names of those who benefit from the increase of Rs 400 in medicines should also be known to all.