‘Yaar’ you won’t believe what happened in National Assembly today | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Laughter was repeated in the National Assembly on Wednesday after Pakistan's senior leader Terik-e-Insaf (PTI) Shirin Mazari allegedly referred to the Speaker of the National Assembly of Sardar Ayaz Sadik as "yaar" (friend) .
When Mazari finished his speech on the floor of the lower house of parliament on the issue of human trafficking, Sheikh Salahuddin of Muthahid Kaumi drew the rapporteur's attention to this question.
Salahuddin claimed the leader of the PTI appealed to Sadiq using the colloquial subcontinental term "yaar".
The Speaker of the National Assembly, who holds with great respect and is usually called "Yanab-e-Speaker", asked Mazari to explain whether she called him "yaar".
This led to a rather cheerful exchange, as the leader of the PTI asked the speaker of the National Assembly if he called her "yaar". "I did not call you" yaar, "you called me that," said Ayaz Sadik, adding that he would not dare to do it.
"Why I will call you" yaar, "I call you orator," laughed Mazari as the meeting burst into laughter.
. As Mazari continued to joke, she again referred to the speaker as "yaar," and Sadik quickly expressed his opinion this time.
However, the leader of the PTI refused to call him "yaar" the second time. "I answered only your question and asked why I would call you" yaar, "she continued.
When the speaker asked his fellow leaders, Assad Umar and Shafqat Mehmud, sitting behind her to find out whether she said it or not, Mazar-i replied: "I can call them both" yaars ", why I will be you this is called ".
PTI Chess Shah Mehmood Qureshi also joined in the banter and in an explicit reference to Mazar's statement, calling Umar and Mehmud "yaar", asked: "If we can make friends with those who sit behind us, why not with those who sit in front of us. "
Sadik refers to Mazar as the elder sister to her horror
. Then the speaker dismissed the question that Mazari was "a friend and as an older sister".
] Sadik's statement led to another objection, since Mazari was not pleased that he was called the "older sister."
To add salt to her wounds, the NA Speaker answered her objections, saying: "I saw your identification card, and you are older than me."
. Considering the question, Sadik said: "Well, you can become a younger sister. Just do not use the word "yaar" again. "
Mazari agreed with this proposal.