ISLAMABAD: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) on Monday moved an adjournment motion in the National Assembly over the sit-in staged in front of the parliament building.
The motion states that there is a threat to the lives and to the property of the locals of Islamabad because of the sit-in and that the government has failed to establish law and order in the country.
The motion demanded that the government needs to focus upon establishing peace in the country and while taking the Assembly into its consideration, it should share its working in this regards.
Members of the Assembly including Nafeesa Shah, Shazia Mari, Ijaz Jakharani, Ghulam Mustafa Shah and others signed the adjournment motion.
PPP parliamentary leader Saeed Ghani stated that whenever a tragic incident occurs, the Federal Interior Minister remain silent. “As of now, the parliament building is under siege and the Interior Minister is nowhere to be found” he said, adding that “Chaudhary Nisar himself wants the government to fail.”