Shehryar Afridi wants to target ‘hypocrite’ PTI MNAs with suicide attack

Ghulam Sarwar Khan had also threatened Opposition parties

KOHAT: Chairman Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir Shehryar Khan Afridi has threatened to target the “hypocrite” MNAs of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) with suicide attack after several party lawmakers joined the Opposition against Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The minister expressed his views while addressing a corner meeting of the party workers — who are going to attend the “Amr Bil Maroof Jalsa” of their party scheduled to be held in Islamabad on March 27.

“I would have conducted a suicide attack, targeting the ‘hypocrites’ sitting in the National Assembly if committing suicide had not been against the teachings of Islam,” Shehryar Afridi said.

Referring to dissident PTI MNAs – who have threatened to vote against the prime minister in the no-confidence motion, Afridi said that had it not been “haram” to commit suicide, he would have targeted them by strapping explosives to his body.

He said that he would have destroyed the foundations of the “hypocrites”, who were “undermining” the country.

Shehryar Khan Afridi is the second member of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s cabinet who has made such a statement.

Earlier, Civil Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan threatened the Opposition parties that he would turn into a suicide bomber and blow up the entire Opposition.

A day earlier, the crucial National Assembly (NA) session, with a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, on the agenda was adjourned till March 28 (Monday) without tabling of the resolution.

The session began with the recitation of the Holy Quran and prayers for late MNA Khayal Zaman, former president Rafiq Tarar and Senator Rehman Malik.

NA speaker Asad Qaiser announced that he was adjourning the session after ‘fatehakhwani’ as per the traditions of the lower house of parliament to show respect for departed MNA Khayal Zaman.

In response to the no-confidence motion, the NA speaker said he will allow the debate on the no-confidence motion as per the Constitution on Monday, March 28.


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