Lahore: In the midst of the ongoing political crisis in Pakistan, there was a lot of uproar in the Punjab Assembly on Sunday. In the assembly, the women legislators of the ruling party and the opposition clashed with each other. This video of the uproar in the assembly has gone viral on social media. In the video, the women MLAs can be seen pushing and fighting with each other. Women are also seen pulling each other’s hair.
Let us tell you that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday sacked the governor of Punjab province, Chaudhary Sarwar, while the election of a new provincial chief minister was postponed.
Speaker’s office claims election postponed due to uproar
Following in the footsteps of the National Assembly, Punjab Assembly Deputy Speaker Sardar Dost Muhammad Mazari refused to hold the chief minister’s election citing an “international conspiracy” to topple the Imran Khan government and adjourned the session till April 6. Gave. Later, the Speaker’s office said that due to the uproar in the House, proceedings were adjourned for the election of the Chief Minister.
Punjab Assembly in Lahore today.
The political temperature is clearly soaring across the country that needs to be arrested. pic.twitter.com/X5swAP2zlu
— Aamir Saeed (@AamirSaeed_) April 3, 2022
Chaudhry Parvez Elahi was the candidate of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) coalition, while the candidate for the United Opposition was Hamza Shahbaz, son of PML-N chairman and Leader of Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif.
Umar Sarfaraz appointed new governor
The Punjab Assembly session coincided with the National Assembly session. Earlier in the morning, Prime Minister Khan sacked Sarwar, the governor of Punjab, and appointed Umar Sarfaraz in his place.
Sarwar made this claim
On the other hand, the sacked Sarwar claimed to have “many confidential information related to Imran Khan”, saying that he should not be forced to make it public. He said Khan had chosen an “inept chief minister Usman Buzdar” despite opposition from his party.
Sarwar said that Khan had asked him to convene a session of the Punjab Legislative Assembly at midnight in violation of the Constitution. Sarwar further claimed that he had tendered his resignation two days back.
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