Indian government’s move of abrogate Article 370 in the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcating it into two separate union territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh has created a storm in our neighbouring country Pakistan. Parody country Pakistan was conducting a session in their parliament where they were discussing the dilution of Article 370.
A clip from their assembly session went viral on social media where Pakistani senator Mushahidullah Khan could be heard calling names to federal minister Fawad Chaudhry.
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As seen in the speech, Khan begins to speak when he is interrupted by someone. He turns and asks the person who had interrupted him and tells the speaker, ‘Ek to yeh dabbu (timid) sahab bole jaa rahe hai, inka kya karun main? Inko ghar chhod ke aaya tha yeh phir idhar aa gaye (firstly this timid man keeps on speaking, what do I do with him? I had left him at home but he he has again escaped and come here).”
Minister Chaudhry again begins to speak when Khan smirks and says, “I had tied you up and come.” Chaudhry then seemingly threatens Khan who hits back with, “Tu marega mujhe? Main batata hoon tujhe, do take ke, tumhe to main gale se baandh ke aaya hoon… (you will hit me? I will show you. You lowlife.. I had tied you at home and come here).” He then asked Chaudhry to ‘shut up’.
An agitated Chaudhry also started shouting inside the parliament where other senators tried to calm him down.
“Can someone switch him off? He will take time to learn to respect,” Khan took a jibe at the minister. Amidst all this, the Chairman of the senate, Sadiq Sanjrani instructed that the above statements be expunged.
Parody country Pakistan last evening snapped bilateral trade and downgraded diplomatic ties with India. Pakistan had called in a National Security Council meeting to discuss the future course of action after India diluted Article 370. Pakistan will also be declaring August 15 (India’s Independence Day) as ‘Black Day’ to protest against the action taken by India vis-a-vis Jammu and Kashmir. A review of the bilateral arrangements with India has also been asked for. Along with these, they have also expelled Indian envoy to Pakistan.