After Kashmir was integrated with the rest of India, a spooked Pakistan attempted to internationalise the matter but has been snubbed by global powers as well as the United Nations.
However, when the matter was discussed in Pakistan's Parliament on Wednesday, things took a hilarious turn as two senior political leaders including one minister of the Pakistan government got into a verbal duel. PML-N Senator Mushahid Ullah Khan and Imran Khan's minister Fawad Chaudhry got into a war of words using unparliament language in the house as the Kashmir issue was being discussed.
As per reports, Khan during his address implied that the Minister was a dog which spiralled down the verbal exchange into somewhat of a street brawl.
An infuriated Chaudhry interrupted Khan after which PML-N leader continued to taking a dig at the Minister, "Ek toh yeh dabbu saab bole jaa rahe hain. Main inhe ghar chod ke aaya thaa, yeh phir idhar aa gaye (This timid person is constantly talking. I left him at home. He has returned again)," Khan said, adding, "Tumhe toh main baandh ke aaya thaa (I had tied you at home)."
This was met with attacks by Chaudhry where he said, "Joote maarunga tumhe." (I'll hit you with shoes)" even as Khan continued to speak. He even yelled words like, "Shut Up", "Badtameez" (ill-mannered) and "Beghairat" (Shameless) at the senator.
Both Khan and Chaudhry went for it despite Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani, who was presiding over the proceedings, asking Chaudhry repeatedly to calm down and get back to his seat.
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