Islamabad: Strange incidents keep coming to light from Pakistan. The latest case now is that of Pakistan's National Assembly, where former Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi crossed all limits and threatened to "take off his shoe" and kill the Speaker. The lower house of the National Assembly witnessed a lot of warmth of words between the two, but the debate did not appeal to any member of the words "shoe-taking" uttered by former Pakistan Prime Minister Abbasi.
In fact, Pakistan's national assembly was at loggerheads on Tuesday over the issue of prophet Mohammed. The debate has been adjourned till Friday to find a solution. The private member's proposal in Pakistan's Parliament was moved by Amjad Ali Khan of PTI MNA. In addition, a separate resolution was moved to call for the constitution of a committee to debate if the French Ambassador from Pakistan should be expelled. The proposal was unanimously accepted by all.
After the Speaker announced that the same proposal would be accepted, former Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi approached the speaker's forum of the lower house in anger. However, it is not clear what caused Abbasi to get angry. Moving towards the stage, former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan was telling Abbasi, "You have to..., they are making it controversial. Are you not ashamed?" Then, the Speaker asked him to control his language. "You always behave like this", he said. After which Abbasi was even more agitated, he returned and said, "I will take off my shoe and beat you. The Speaker then said, "I will do the same, don't cross limits. Please go back to your seat and speak there". After the cancellation of Pakistan's National Assembly, Pakistan Information Minister Fawad Chaudhary has also condemned the language of PML-N leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.