Zardari commission not valuable after PA resolution: Rana Sana
Posted on 9 months ago
LAHORE: Punjab assembly has passed a resolution against the so-called commission constituted by National Assembly Speaker on creation of new province and after the passage of this resolution the Zardari Commission has no worth.
The Punjab Law Minister, Rana Sanaullah on Wednesday reiterated his party stance after attending the assembly session and said that national commission instead of Zardari Commission should be constituted for new provinces.
Talking to media outside the Punjab assembly here, he said that the people of Southern Punjab would reject Zardari Commission. Rana Sanaullah said that Farhatullah was a liar hiding Zadari's corruption for the last four years. It's everyone's right in democracy to protest, but it should be within the limits set by the rules, he said.
Rana Sanaullah said that the provincial government has called the Punjab assembly session for debate on essential bills for law making and added opposition's protests were mere a show off.
Pakistan People's Party (PPP) MPA Rifat Sultana Dar, Sajida Mir and Majida Zaidi made several appearances in front of the camera when Sanaullah was speaking to the media outside the Punjab Assembly.
Sanaullah, who was speaking amid chants of "Rana Sanaullah haaye haaye" pointed out at the MPA and said, "Look at the behavior exhibited by the PPP; this is the kind of democracy they want in the country."
"The entire country is witnessing that PPP does not have anything except for a handful of insolent women, who are sent to the forefront in order to cry hoarse."
Condemning their behaviour, the law minister said that the PPP was given enough time to speak in the assembly. "If you speak, while you are on your seat, people will not only listen to you but also respect your words."
He added, "But, if you go to other people's seats and attack them, then that's not fair and should be condemned."
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