If cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan wins elections this year to become Pakistan's Prime Minister, the one thing he "dreads" is having to meet US President Donald Trump, he told the Voice of America, a US government-funded media outlet.
Addressing a heated session of National Assembly, the foreign minister said the opposition parties have this fundamental right to criticize the government but the parliament deserves the respect for being a law-making institution of the country. PML-N leader and Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif and Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah highlighted the achievements made by the parliament and called for a privilege resolution against PTI's chief.
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Shahid Khaqan Abbasi of Sharif's ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party was sworn in as prime minister until new elections are held.
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"You can not insult a country of 200 million people by blaming, scapegoating them for the disaster in Afghanistan. If you want Pakistan to be a friend of the USA, we are willing, but please remember, a prime minister like Imran Khan can never be a stooge like Nawaz", he said, according to International Business Times.
"The Parliamentary Body should summon them and the head of the Committee should use power to make them answerable on such words", he added.
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He denounced the statements given by Asif regarding him and his party.