On Thursday, a heated debate was witnessed in Pakistan Nationwide Meeting, reverberations of which had been heard in India as properly. We are going to let you know why and the way!
It began when video clips of protests within the Pakistan parliament went viral on social media, with many claiming that opposition MPs shouted slogans and chanted the title of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Many media web sites and notable personalities additionally claimed the identical and dubbed it as an ’embarrassment’ for the Imran Khan authorities.
Take a look:
We’ve all heard @narendramodi slogans in India!!
Huge embarrasment for Pakistan & Imran as Opposition in Pakistan Parliament chants “Modi Modi”
— Shehzad Jai Hind (@Shehzad_Ind) October 29, 2020
The hashtag ‘Modi, Modi’ quickly began to development on social media, and plenty of had been already up with jokes and memes:
After watching Modi Modi in Pakistan’s Parliament
Modi ji be like: pic.twitter.com/H5geQQr3lw
— Dhirendra Yadav(Rahul Dev)🇮🇳 (@_iamdhiru) October 29, 2020
Modi Modi slogans inside Pakistan Nationwide Meeting.. Now pakistani ministers know that Solely Modi can suppose good for pakistan too…, Indians after figuring out this incident be like…. pic.twitter.com/aGbEAgtk25
— rohit raj @official raj (@rohitra04120024) October 29, 2020
Right here’s what actually occurred:
Nevertheless, opposite to social media claims, no ‘Modi’ chants had been raised. If one listens rigorously to the video clip, it is going to be evident that members of Parliament are chanting ‘voting, voting’, asking for voting to be held. Many have been mistaken on the web, maybe as a result of each the phrases sound the identical.
Notably, the ‘voting’ chants had been raised after Overseas Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi started talking concerning the Charlie Hebdo incident and Islamophobia. If one listens additional, the speaker may even be heard stating that folks ought to cease sloganeering and provides one another an opportunity to speak. “Voting will occur,” he assures.
As per a Daybreak report, MPs had been demanding voting on a decision condemning “the resurgence of blasphemous and Islamophobic acts by mischievous components in some components of the world”, within the wake of a French trainer’s homicide by a Muslim extremist.