Imran Khan says meeting Trump will be a 'bitter pill' to swallow

Imran Khan says meeting Trump will be a 'bitter pill' to swallow

Imran Khan says meeting Trump will be a 'bitter pill' to swallow

The National Assembly (NA) on Thursday passed a resolution to condemn PTI Chairman Imran Khan and Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed for using derogatory and indecent remarks for the parliament while addressing a public meeting in Lahore on Wednesday night.

Nawaz Sharif insults the institutions and so does Imran , he said claiming that no member of the PPP has ever bashed any institution like this.

Reiterating that such statements can not be given against the parliament, Asif said Imran was a member of the Parliament yet he used derogatory terms to define it. "Parliament is not government, it is an institution", he said.

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Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar said on Friday the Supreme Court respects the Parliament and considers it a supreme institution. "They will return to the parliament after tendering their resignations". He advised Imran Khan that he could not become the prime minister in this way.

"I will dread it, but I will have to swallow the bitter pill and meet him", Khan said.

"When a Parliament, which must protect nation's interests, passes a person-specific law allowing a disqualified person guilty of Rs 3 bn money laundering, tax evasion, concealment of assets, forgery & perjury to become head of a pol party, then such a law is a "laanath" on Parlliament".

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Imran Khan and Sheik Rasheed had publicly cursed the parliament, on 17th January at a joint rally of PTI, PPP and PAT, for voting in support of the "corrupt" Sharifs. "Ash and dust in those mouths that used such words", he said. He called for summoning the opposition leaders to the parliament and demanded that they be arrested and brought to the parliament if they wouldn't come otherwise.

"Those cursing have lost the strength of argument", the minister said in a tweet.

He pointed out that the Zainab tragedy in Kasur was condemned and they also termed it as failure of the Punjab government but attempts were made to hide such crimes in Mardan and Dera Ismail Khan.

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