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Imran Khan sought explanation from Faisal Vawda for bringing Boot in TV Show

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

15th Jan, 2020. 10:01 pm
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Imran khan on boot issue

Prime Minister of Imran Khan is not happy on boot issue from federal minister Faisal Vawda.

According to the sources, Prime Minister Imran Khan asks explanation from Faisal Vawda on boot issue.

Sources also said that the Prime Minister expressed his disappointment over the incident from Faisal Vawda.

PM also directs member to avoid such stunts and to be cautious in the future, sources said

Faisal Vawda referred PML-N, PPP with a boot during a live talkshow

Earlier on yesterday (Jan 14), Federal Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda mocked the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s (PML-N) unconditional support for the Army Act amendment bill.

Faisal Vawda ridiculed the PML-N party saying the party “lying down to kiss the boot”.

The federal minister, who on a television talk show with (PPP) leader Qamar Zaman Kaira and PML-N representative Javed Abbasi startled all by placing a black boot that he had brought with him on top of the table.

“I am going to bring this [boot] to every talk show,” he said.

“This is how democratic the PML-N is. They lay down to kiss the boot,” he added.

Vawda was mocking the PML-N slogan “Vote Ko Izzat Do” by saying “Boot Ko Izzat Do.”

Faisal Vawda brings boot to Live Show

He criticized the party for deviating from its stance and lending unconditional support for the services chief’s tenure bills.

To a question, why he was criticizing the PML-N for supporting the PTI government on the Army Act bill.

Vawda said: “It was our stance. We were doing it for the Pakistani nation and we stood firm [on our stance].”

“You should have respected them from day one like we did. You talk against them, spew your hatred against them, you talk even when they lay down their lives as martyrs. Is there any shame? Any respect?”

All three bills passed in the National Assembly and the Senate last week, with the PPP also supporting the government in getting both houses of parliament to approve the constitutional amendments.

Vawda said the nation had seen the true face of the PML-N leadership.

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