Opposition lawmakers are likely to move a no-confidence motion against Sindh Assembly Deputy Speaker Syeda Shehla Raza of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) during the current session of the House to protest against her “uncalled for and unreasonable attitude towards the Opposition”.
The intention of the Opposition legislators came to the fore after Monday’s sitting of the Assembly was adjourned. Earlier, lawmakers had caused uproar as the Opposition vociferously protested against the “attitude of the deputy speaker towards them” while chairing the session.
After Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F) MPA Nusrat Sehar Abbasi walked out of the House expressing resentment against the chair, other Opposition lawmakers caused a racket with their angry protests.
Nusrat had first pointed out to the chair the lack of quorum in the House during the question hour, but her call was ignored by Shehla.
Later, Nusrat protested that questions submitted by the lawmakers to the…
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