PTI politicking of protest in parliament after roads: Musadik


ISLAMABAD, Dec 19 (APP): Spokesman to Prime Minister Dr Musadik Malik Monday said Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) was politicking of protest in the parliament after roads.
Talking in a television programme, he said the PTI wanted to creat chaos in the parliament despite constructive discussion on national issues.
He said the PTI leaders were using the same deogatory language in the parliament which they were using while standing on container during their protest demonstration at D-Chowk against their opponents.
He said the PTI wanted to linger on the issue Panama papers for point scoring and propagating false notions against the government.
Prime minister was the first one who took the initiative over the issue and wrote a letter to the Supreme Court to constitute a commission despite his name was not mentioned in it but the PTI did not accept it, he added.
He said PML-N government would accept the apex court’s decision on Panama papers.
To a query, he said Minister for Interior Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan had made hectic exercises to cope with the menace of terrorism across the country.
He banned almost 64 proscribed organisations operating in the country without discrimination and dismantled the network of terorists for peace and properity in the country.
He said some 1.4 million Afghan refugees had been registered and
80,000 refugees repatriated to Afghanistan and the credit went to the interior minister.