Scuffle breaks out in Senate during chairman election | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: In the run-up to the elections to the Supreme Chamber, a fight broke out in the Senate Gallery on Monday evening.
. Hamidul Haq, the Tehreek-e-Insaaf legislator, injured between Pakistan and reportedly the friend of the son of the Prime Minister, began after he was succeeded by the newly appointed Senate chairman Sadik Sanjraini after his victory.
The son of Prime Minister Abdullah Abbasi was sitting to the left of Hake. Another person, reportedly, a friend of Abdullah was sitting to his left. Hak stood up from his seat when the presiding judge read the results to shout out slogans in favor of the opposition.
As Huck screamed slogans, he fell on Abdullah when another man tried to seat him, pulling his hand. After Huck fell, he was seized from behind, and his friend was held by a friend of the prime minister.
"When I started talking in favor of PTI, an outsider came and grabbed my neck from behind," Hamid PTI said.
He asked about the presence of outsiders in the house and added that the grip on his throat was very strong.
The situation was monitored after security officers and others intervened.
Sadyk Sanjrani, an opposition candidate in Baluchistan, was appointed chairman of the Senate on Monday.
Sanjari received 57 votes out of a possible 103 votes and was sworn in as chairman of Sardar Yaqub Khan.
Independent independent Sanjari was supported by the Pakistan People's Party (PPP), Pakistan's Terik-e-Insaf (PTI) and the Muttahid Movement of the Kaumi-Pakistan (MQM-P).
IDP Salemem Mandvilya was elected deputy chairman. He challenged against the government-backed Usman Khan Kakar from PkMAP. Manvivalua took 54 votes.