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Islamabad: There was a ruckus in the Punjab Assembly regarding the largest state of Pakistan. There was a ruckus when a session of the Legislative Assembly was called to elect the new Chief Minister of the state. According to Sama TV, a lotus was thrown at Deputy Speaker Dost Mohammad Mazari in the assembly. Angry PTI members also slapped him. Later the security personnel present there took the friend with them to the security area.

According to Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper, the session of the Punjab Legislative Assembly turned into a ruckus with the arrival of MPs from Imran Khan’s party Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and PML-N. The election of the new chief minister was scheduled to begin at 11:30 am. But it was stopped due to the uproar. After the uproar in the assembly, the delay was caused by both the sides shouting slogans against each other. After this, PTI members held a rally on the opposition bench.

According to the newspaper, when Deputy Speaker Sardar Dost Mohammad Mazari entered the assembly, members of the Treasury Bench attacked him. Things were thrown at him and the opposition tried to surround him. Mazari was immediately transferred to their cells by the Assembly Guards. Following the incident, Punjab SSP Operations, accompanied by a large contingent of police officers in civilian clothes, reached the assembly to control the situation.

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