PML-N submits privilege motion against Altaf Hussain

The motion says that Altaf Hussain's statement is against the spirit of democracy and the sanctity of the parliament.


Express August 24, 2010

LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) on Tuesday submitted a privilege motion against the statements issued by Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain.

At least 87 PML-N members signed the privilege motion which was submitted in the National Assembly Secretariat.

The motion says that the statement issued by Altaf Hussain is against the spirit of democracy and the sanctity of the parliament. The motion will be forwarded to the national assembly's standing committee on privilege.

President Zardari slams MQM chief's pro-martial law statement

Reacting to MQM chief Altaf Hussain’s support to martial law to weed out corrupt politicians and feudal lords, President Asif Ali Zardari said no one in his right mind will want to take this responsibility and that only democracy can carry this yoke.

In an interview to Western journalists,  Zardari denied that the country’s worst humanitarian disaster would impair the military’s fight against the Taliban and al-Qaeda-linked militants, conducted under US pressure in the northwest.

The president called on Washington to make more efforts to win over hearts and minds from entrenched anti-Americanism, such as by reducing tariffs on cotton exports.

Zardari denied that the country’s worst humanitarian disaster would impair the military’s fight against the Taliban and al-Qaeda-linked militants.

COMMENTS (17)

yawar ali | 11 years ago | Reply PML-N is running scared - Corrupt feudals and greedy industrialists beware!! as Hamid Mir said on Geo this weekend.
yousaf | 11 years ago | Reply So cunning is the politics of PML(N) that the proverb "Running with the Hares and hunting with the hounds" absolutely fits their stance.
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