Shireen Mazari is sort of a little one who calls for consideration for fame: Abid Sher Ali

Shireen Mazari  and Abid Sher Ali
Federal Minister for Water and Energy Abid Sher Ali on Thursday lashed out at Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Shireen Mazari by saying that she has a conduct downside that must be handled.

In a collection of tweets, Abid Sher Ali stated that Shireen Mazari is sort of a little one who at all times calls for consideration for the celebrity.

Shireen Mazari alias tractor trolley l is a sort of a kid that at all times desires consideration for fame !

— AbidSherAli (@AbidSherAli) June 9, 2016

Constantly calling Shireen Mazari as ‘tractor trolley’ within the posts, the minister stated that: “You might be in Parliament not in a college the place you may cry and trainer will wipe your tears develop up”.

Sheerin Mazari I hope you perceive that you’re in parliament not in a college The place you may cry & trainer can wipe your tears develop up !!

— AbidSherAli (@AbidSherAli) June 9, 2016

Abid Sher Ali additionally bashed PTI’s Jahangir Tareen and requested him to demand apologize from his chief Imran Khan first as a substitute of Khawaja Asif.

 

Jhangir Tareen ,you might be asking for apology wow ? It’s essential to ask your chief Imran khan first to apologies !!!

— AbidSherAli (@AbidSherAli) June 9, 2016

Then again, a day after giving derogatory remarks towards PTI lawmaker Shireen Mazari within the Nationwide Meeting, Minister for Water and Energy Khawaja Asif despatched an apology letter to NA Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq on Thursday.

Khawaja Asif earned opposition lawmakers’ ire for referring to Shireen Mazari as a “tractor trolley” and calling her voice ‘masculine’ after she interrupted his briefing on the loadshedding scenario.

Shireen Mazari, nevertheless, refused to simply accept the apology, stating that the PML-N MNA’s vulgar remarks had been private and he ought to come to the ground of the home to apologise himself.

In the meantime, ladies lawmakers staged walkout from the home in protest.

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