Karachi - Muttahida Qaumi Movement on Friday submitted two resolutions against Pakistan People’s Party Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan in Sindh Assembly over their remarks against Pakistan Army and demanded the federal government to initiate action against them under article 6 of the constitution.

The resolutions were submitted in the Sindh Assembly Secretariat after the assembly adopted a resolution with convincing majority against MQM chief Altaf Hussain for his fiery speeches against the armed forces.

The MQM resolutions which were submitted in Urdu stated that Imran Khan used insulting language against the army generals while the video was also aired on a local television network. The resolution said that his words were not only insulting towards the generals but also an attack on the state institutions. This house recommends initiating action against Imran Khan under article 6 of the constitution and stripping the PTI chairman from his national assembly membership for violating article 62 and 63 of the constitution.

In another resolution against PPP Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari, it was said that the wordings of the PPP leader in his speech to workers convention of FATA on 16 June 2015 included criticism and threats to the Army. t said that Zardari’s speech against army was also against the country and an attempt to threaten the stability of the state. It further said that the house condemns Asif Zardari’s speech against the Army and recommends federal government to initiate legal proceeding against PPP leader under article six and also to bring him back from abroad.

Talking to media, MQM Parliamentary leader Syed Sardar Ahmed said that they were stabbed in the back by the PPP leadership and they reply in the Sindh Assembly on Monday. “Last item of the agenda was left but the speaker asked the Pakistan Muslim League-Functional leader to bring resolution without listening to them and providing a copy of the resolution,” he said.

He said that it was injustice with them as the session was abruptly called off without listening to them. “We will protest against this injustice,” he said.

MQM lawmaker Mohammad Hussain said that hate was deliberately spread against MQM chief across the country and it was first time that a resolution against the leadership of a political party was brought on the floor of the assembly.

“It was decided that no resolutions will be brought against the leadership of any party but now after this resolution we will not spare anyone and will bring resolutions against their leadership also,” he said.