Senate body summons Imran Khan over ‘insulting’ remarks
ISLAMABAD: Senate Standing Committee for Rules and Procedures on Thursday summoned Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan for ‘insulting’ remarks he hurled at senators and the Army, ARY News reported.
Chairman Senate Standing Committee for Rules and Procedures Tahir Hussain Mashadi issued the summons while presided over a committee meeting today (Thursday).
Senator Muhammad Jafar Iqbal told the committee that he along with other senators had submitted a privilege motion against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan. He was of the view that PTI chief adopted a non-democratic behavior by first castigating the Army and then ‘insulting’ the senators.
Chairman Senate committee said a house member could not insult any parliamentarian. He said Khan would be given a chance to appear before the committee in10 days and present his version.