- Noorul Haq Qadri says authorities stood agency relating to decision of challenge about French ambassador.
- Ali Muhammad Khan says parliamentary committee’s goal is to formulate a joint motion plan and consensus decision.
- The Nationwide Meeting is debating on a decision calling for the safety of the sanctity of the Prophethood of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
ISLAMABAD: Non secular Affairs Minister Noorul Haq Qadri and State Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan referred to as on the Opposition to hitch arms with the federal government to ship a unified message to the world, particularly France, on the sanctity of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
The attraction was made by the ministers of their separate statements.
Qadri said that the federal government stood agency relating to the decision of the problem in regards to the French ambassador and has actually applied all the guarantees it made.
“The purpose of setting up a parliamentary committee is to formulate a joint action plan and consensus resolution by incorporating the suggestions of all the parties in it,” mentioned Ali Mohammad Khan as he appealed to the Opposition.
Learn extra: PPP to skip Nationwide Meeting session debating on decision to expel French envoy
Earlier this week, the federal government referred to as a session of the Nationwide Meeting and offered a decision calling for the safety of the sanctity of the Prophethood of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
NA Speaker Asad Qaiser has already referred to as upon the federal government and the Opposition to sit down down collectively and formulate a unanimous decision.
The decision offered to the meeting was launched as a non-public member one by PTI MNA Amjad Ali Khan.
It centres round whether or not or not the French ambassador to Pakistan must be expelled after French President Emmanuel Macron defended the suitable of Charlie Hebdo journal to republish blasphemous cartoons depicting Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
On the identical day, Amjad Ali Khan additionally requested the formation of a particular parliamentary committee to debate the French envoy’s expulsion.
Learn extra: NA session adjourned indefinitely as offended Opposition lawmakers confront deputy speaker
Following the MNA’s request, the Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan offered a separate decision for the formation of the committee.
The decision, after a voice vote, was declared by NA Speaker Asad Qaiser as accepted by the parliament, amid loud chants of objection by the Opposition.