Parliament to decide Dasti's fate if accusations not proven: Speaker Ayaz Sadiq
ISLAMABAD: Speaker of the National Assembly (NA), Sardar Ayaz Sadiq has said that Jamshed Dasti has framed serious accusations on the parliamentarians and if these allegations are not proved then the Parliament will decide about Dasti's penalty – ARY News reports.
Addressing the convocation ceremony of the Hailey College of Lahore, Ayaz Sadiq said, 'it would be better had Dasti talked to me first, before framing charges on parliamentarians'. He mentioned that if the MNA fails to provide evidences, then the Parliament will decide about his fate.
The Speaker vowed not to hide anyone's misdeeds and to make a decision based upon bare truth.
Moreover, he also clarified if Dasti proves allegations, then whosoever will be involved, he will be punished.
Earlier on Thursday, Jamshed Dasti had made echoing claims of liquor worth Rs 40m being supplied to the Parliament, whilst many of the members involved arranging dance parties inside Parliament Lodges.
Since then, Dasti has been a hot cake for the media circles and is standing by his words. He had also affirmed to provide evidences in support of his allegations.
Moreover, a serious reaction from the general public also poured in upon the claims made by Dasti regarding the public representatives to be involved in cheap and immoral activities, that too within the Parliament, to which the people seek for the resolution of their issues like poverty, unemployment, law and order, inflation and terrorism.