ISLAMABAD: Ruckus and sloganeering continued for the second day of the National Assembly session on Thursday, as soon as Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi took up the podium to speak about his privilege motion on the issue of the Panama Leaks.

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) lawmakers disrupted Qureshi's speech prompting National Assembly Speaker Ayaz Sadiq to intervene. The speaker pleaded the treasury benches to maintain order in the house.

“I am confused about terming you a speaker as I am seeing not a speaker, a custodian of this august house but a PML-N loyalist on the chair,” said Qureshi.

Amid verbal protest from PML-N members, Qureshi continued to speak and raised the issue of Panama Papers and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s statement in court.

“You rejected our privilege motion without listening to our viewpoint. You allowed opposition member of one party (PPP) to speak on point of order but usurped the other party’s (PTI) right to speak,” said Qureshi.

“I would have presented my point of view on the privilege motion submitted by my party if you had given me 10 minutes after Leader of Opposition Khursheed Shah spoke yesterday.”

It should be mentioned here that a session of the assembly was adjourned on Wednesday evening over ruckus owing to slogans and protests of the government and the opposition members.