Resolution passed in the National Assembly to expel the French Ambassador

Lahore, 20th April: Resolution on the deportation of French ambassador has been passed in the National Assembly session.

According to reports, 34 members of PML-N were present in the house, while, PPP did not participate in the session that was held on Tuesday at 3 pm.

There were 7 members from JUI-F and 1 member of Jamaat-e-Islami in the house.

The text of the resolution on the table was presented by Amjad Ali of the PTI, who said that the issue of expulsion of the French ambassador should be discussed.

It was said in the session that all European countries in general and France, in particular, should be made aware of the seriousness of this issue. Similarly, all Muslim countries should be consulted on this issue and the issue should be raised collectively on international forums.

The text of the resolution also states that the House condemns the publication of blasphemous sketches by the controversial French magazine Charlie Hebdo.

The resolution also called on the provincial governments to set aside a place for protests so that there would be no interruption in the day-to-day affairs of the people. No individual, group or party can exert any pressure in this regard.

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