PML-N lawmaker wants Indian visa to ‘behead’ BJP’s Nupur Sharma

Irate MNAs censure ministers over absence during budget debate
<p>Armaghan Subhani making a speech in the National Assembly. Chaudry Armaghan Subhani/Facebook</p>

Armaghan Subhani making a speech in the National Assembly. Chaudry Armaghan Subhani/Facebook

During the National Assembly session Wednesday, a PML-N lawmakers demanded the Indian government to grant him a visa as he intends to kill BJP’s leader Nupur Sharma.

Speaking at the assembly’s floor, Armaghan Subhani, an MNA from Sialkot, said he wants to behead Sharma for her blasphemous remarks against Holy Prophet (PBUH).

The session was underway to discuss the budget proposals tabled earlier this month. However, the debate couldn’t take place due to the absence of the federal ministers.

Several government and opposition lawmakers pointed out the empty treasury benches deploring the “apathetic” attitude of the ministers.

The oppositions leaders staged a walk out against the absence. However, they later returned after the government lawmakers’ success in mollifying them.

Grand Democratic Alliance lawmaker Sadia Bano said the new government has been in power for two months but it is still not serious to run the country’s affairs.

Even PML-N’s own lawmakers censured their party members.

Sheikh Rohail Asghar said that the debate on the budget is futile as there is no minister to note down our recommendations.

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