Heavy criticism against Prime Minister Imran Khan is continued as in a recent reaction of Imran Khan’s sexist statements about Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, female opposition members of national assembly on Thursday (April 25) protested against Prime Minister Imran Khan’s commensts and demanded that they be allowed to speak on a point of order.
The female MNAs surrounded the speaker’s dais and tore copies of today’s agenda after Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan rose to address the session. Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) MNA Nafisa Shah to raise the point of order. Shah said, “This is an insult to the post of prime minister. If the premier does not take back his words, I will say that he is not my prime minister.”
“Whenever the premier says something, it is said that it was a ‘slip of tongue’,” she added. “I am not doing politics but standing in solidarity with women.” “It is our demand that the prime minister comes to the Parliament and apologises to the women. If the premier does not do this, then from here to Wana ‘Go Imran Go’ will echo,” Shah stated.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday (April 24) criticised Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, and ostensibly due to slip of the tongue called him, ‘Sahiba’ (Miss). “I didn’t take authority on a chit just like Bilawal Sahiba. My aim is to defeat corrupt people and give progress to the country,” he said, “in the name of saving democracy all corrupt people have united. But the nation should be rest assured I will fight them alone.”
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