ISLAMABAD: The opposition and ruling ally parties walked out from the Senate to express displeasure over mounting terrorism’s incidents in the country, SAMAA reported on Friday.
Chairman Senate Nayyar Bukhari chaired session of the upper house in Islamabad this day. The opposition parties and ruling ally parties took part in debate over various issues during the proceeding in the Senate.
The opposition and ruling ally parties expressed deep concern over mounting terrorism incidents, specially firing on ANP workers and their killings in Quetta, in the country.
Maulana Ghafoor Haideri, Tahir Mashhadi, Zahid Khan and other senators said in the house that the country is passing through a difficult situation and if misfits will not be removed then this row can convert into a more dangerous shape.
Later on, senators of ANP, MQM, PML-N, JUI-F, FATA and PPP leader Raza Rabbani walked out from the house. SAMAA