A significant development in the case of Sania Ashiq’s alleged objectionable video going viral

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We are of the view that Haradara should be protected from controversy. We hope that the institutions will function within the realm of law while public decisions can only be made by the Parliament. Chairman PPP talks to media
A significant development in the case of Sania Ashiq's alleged objectionable video going viral

ISLAMABAD – Chairman People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto has said that the government could not fulfill the number 222 even with the force of a gun and a boot. They will work in a circle while public decisions can only be made by the parliament. 

According to details, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto while talking to the media along with Leader of Opposition Shahbaz Sharif and other opposition leaders said that PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto said that the government has lost in the joint sitting, all people are looking at the Parliament. 

The government failed to match its numbers. Bilawal Bhutto said that the police had reached the houses of the members who did not want to come and that we would forcibly bring them to the session.

We ask the government how long will you try to legislate on the force of the boot and the tip of the gun? Despite all efforts and repression, the government could not complete the number 222 in the meeting. 

We have not backed down from the alliance for a single day, no matter how controversial things happened outside the parliament but inside the parliament, we can defeat the government. 

Speaking of Pindi, it is our historic position that Haradara should avoid controversy, every institution should do its own thing, hopefully going forward there will be a situation where all institutions will work within the legal framework and the people, Only parliament can decide the fate of the country.

Earlier, the Leader of the Opposition Shahbaz Sharif said that the cooperation of the opposition leaders in Parliament was exemplary. I thank all parties. Today all the traditions and laws have been trampled underfoot. 

Bilawal Bhutto and I tried hard to explain to the Speaker. Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser did not listen to any of our words. Disobeyed, we think 3 to 4 votes of government people were counted more, repeatedly asked the speaker to get the right vote. 

The Speaker did not listen to us, the Speaker of the National Assembly bulldozed all the bills, today is the most touristy day in the history of Parliament.

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