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Opposition can't suppress with gossip, noise: FM Qureshi

Opposition can't suppress with gossip, noise: FM Qureshi
June 30, 2021

ISLAMABAD (92 NEWS) - Lashing out at the opposition members, Foreign Minister (FM) Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that these slogans, ruckus and noise can't suppress us.

FM Qureshi and PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto confronted with the war of words in the National Assembly session.  "He spoke a lot about [parliamentariy] procedures; I would also like to speak on procedures a bit," said a passionate FM Qureshi after Bilawal and former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had spoken.

"Where did he go after making his speech? I want him to return. I would like to ask Bilawal Bhutto to return to his seat; come back to the field and listen to us now," the foreign minister stated.

During a noisy session, after severely condemning the government over the provisions of budget 2021-22, the PPP chairman left the House after his speech but he returned to his seat after a challenge of the foreign minister.  The Opposition benches broke into huge applause when Bilawal Bhutto, with another lawmaker by his side, returned to his seat.

Responding to the Bilawal, Abbasi speeches, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that Bilawal Bhutto mentions which parliamentary traditions. "In Sindh, the opposition is not even given a chance to speak. Opposition leaders did not appear in the finance bill. 25 members of PML-N disappeared expediently," he added.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that he has known Bilawal since he used to stand in the corner and eat windows. "The child grabs a couple of written slips and the child turn on auto and starts speech, the child is upset, it will take some time," he added.

FM Qureshi said that the 172 members have expressed satisfaction on budget 2021-22 by voting in its favor. He further mentioned that the opposition should also respect the vote instead of only raising slogans. "No one can hurt the reputation of NA speaker," he said.