No one will be allowed to storm Parliament, says Bizenjo
Mir Hasil Bizenjo, addressing the joint parliament session in Islamabad, said that such long marches, that serves three time meals, have never been witnessed before.
National Party leader said that no one will be allowed to storm the Parliament. He added that all parties are united in defence of the Parliament and the constitution for the first time in Pakistan’s history.
Bizenjo added that the opposition political parties asked the government to not stop the protesters from entering in the Red Zone area. He added that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) should be thankful to the leader of the Opposition Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah.
“the two parties staging marches in Islamabad were abusing all the political parties in the Parliament. We have been embarrassed”, Bizenjo said.
He also said that Model Town Incident will not be allowed as an excuse for storming the Parliament.
Hasil Bizenjo also said that everyone is saying that Pakistan is in a lot of trouble. He asked that has military taken over the state that we are in problems.
He said that there is no politics without ethics. He added that the first chapter of the ethics states that no one is allowed to abuse or defame their opponents.
“Why should the political parties look towards a person who says that he will drag an elected Prime Minister on the streets by his collar” he asked. Hasil Bizenjo, while stressing on holding talks, said that all countries in the second world war had to negotiate even after hundreds of thousands of their people were killed in the conflict.
“It is our responsibility to drag the nation out of poverty, unemployment and ignorance”, Bizenjo said.