On live TV, Shahbaz Gill lost his cool and repeatedly profaned PTI MNA Ramesh Kumar. During a political interview with Dunya News, Gill lost control of his rage and began aggressively attacking Kumar, calling him a “corrupt guy”.
He also constantly insulted Kumar, oblivious to the fact that he was on national television. Earlier in the day, Kumar said he is “no longer a part of the party,”.
Ahead of the PM’s no-confidence motion, Kumar said “three federal ministers have deserted the ruling PTI.” But he didn’t identify the ministries.
During the show, Gill yelled at Ramesh, calling him a “sell-out.” Him of peddling phoney cancer drugs in Punjab.
“Imran Khan is a decent person but he got the wrong advisers,” Kumar remarked in response to Gill’s charges.
In 2018, Ramesh Kumar joined the PTI from the PML-N. According to Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, some lotay (turncoats) had been identified after they feared action would be taken against them.
“Had they been conscientious, they would have given their resignations,” the minister stated on Twitter.
He urged the National Assembly speaker to punish these “traitors” by disqualifying them for life.
To frustrate the Opposition’s no-trust campaign, the PTI political committee meeting headed by PM Imran Khan resolved earlier today that Islamabad’s Sindh House will not be permitted to become a horse-trading centre.
A federal minister accused the PPP of manipulating the Sindh House for “nefarious intents.”
According to sources, the meeting decided to closely watch the lawmakers and the Sindh House to prevent horse-trading.
Civil intelligence organisations were ordered to constantly monitor parliamentarians’ movements and report daily to the prime.