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Unbecoming bahaviour

Ever since Gilani defied the Supreme Court so much praise has been heaped upon him by the Bhutto family and the Bhutto devotees that it has gone to his head. By definition politicians are not expected to talk sense.
‘If you can’t hear Arslan’s case, hear Ali Musa’s’. Is he gloating over the discomfiture of the chief justice regarding his son? Is he taunting the chief justice to catch Ali Musa if he can because it is the PM who will appoint the SHO? Is this his way of respecting the judiciary which he keeps parroting all the time?
Earlier, he praised the PPP opposition in the Punjab assembly for having maintained decorum in the house unlike the PML(N) opposition in the national assembly. The PML(N) opposition was protesting his presence in the house as a convicted person. What reason could the PPP opposition have had for protesting except ‘tit-for-tat’? Is he praising the PPP?
His behaviour is unbecoming of a prime minister of a country. The sooner he is shown the door by the Supreme Court, the better.

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  1. Tariq Malik said:

    You cannot expect good from a characterless man whom fate has made PM of this unfortunate country.

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