NA approves Anti-Terrorism Act amendment bill

NA approves Anti-Terrorism Act amendment bill


Islamabad: The National Assembly (NA) on Wednesday approved the amendments to the Anti-Terrorism Law proposed by Prime Minister Babar Awan, a consultant for parliamentary affairs, and the opposition tore up copies of the agenda.

Ruckus was also formed in North America when Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi tried to clarify after the allegations made by Khawaja Asif, leader of the Pakistan Diplomatic League Nawaz (PML-N).

The Foreign Minister said that if he is not allowed to speak, no one will speak in the house. Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that when the Federal Minister of Communications and Postal Services addressed the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the opposition disappeared.

As we all know, Khawaja Asif has lashed out at the Minister of Foreign Affairs Shah Mahmood Qureshi, saying that he has surpassed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) bill All restrictions.

In a speech at NA, PML-N members said that the impression is that the opposition is trying to create obstacles to NAB laws. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) is a paradise where only angels live. He mocked that all honest leaders lived there.

Khawaja Asif said that certain political figures are nothing but a curse. We just want to end the tradition of bringing false cases against opposition leaders. He went on to say that Rana Sanaullah of PML-N was illegally trafficked in drugs.

Khawaja Asif said that history tells those who err on the law that they will eventually fall victim to it. He clarified that we only asked for changes to the law.

The PML-N leader further added that the government has set a new example of corruption by granting immunity to its BRT and Malam Jabba project ministers.

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