ISLAMABAD - The National Assembly in Thursday's session witnessed separate walkouts from opposition parties mainly on the remarks of treasury benches lawmakers against opposition factions during the budget debate.

Opposition parties including PPP, PTI, and Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) staged walkout over the remarks of PML-N lawmaker Talal Chaudhary about Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister, as he said that as many as 28 persons killed in local bodies elections and the KP CM is responsible for it.

He further commented that Reham Khan, wife of PTI's chairman Imran Khan, is using government's helicopter like auto-rickshaw. These remarks mainly created a bad taste as opposition members sans MQM staged walkout from the proceedings of the house and made Talal Chaudhary to apologise on his statements.

PTI lawmakers shouting slogans gathered near to the dais of the Speaker and attempted to force the chair to expunge the words uttered by Talal Chaudhary. PTI members, in return, also remarked against Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif is responsible for the killing of Model Town (Lahore).

The PML-N lawmaker further said that Imran Khan needs to set aside corrupt persons from his party. He criticized Indian PM's recent remarks against Pakistan.

He said that they would welcome PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in the house if he intends to join assembly.

Speaker Iyaz Sadiq also rushed to comment that why there was no desk-thumping from opposition benches.

Opposition leader Syed Khursheed Shah also intervened with the suggestion that government lawmakers should avoid commenting such remarks which create bad taste in the house.

Taking the floor, PKMAP chief Mehmood Khan Achakzai also suggested that this language should not be used in the house. "Everyone should keep in mind that the country cannot progress sans democracy and every institution needs to work in its orbit," he said, and proposed a project for poor primary school kids should be given one suit, shoes and Rs300.

PPP's Iyaz Soomro, on his turn, said that small provinces should not be ignored in allocation and development. He further said there was 18 hours load-shedding in his district. He also defended remarks of PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari. Taking the floor, PPP's MNA Nafeesa Shah said that there was a need to form a commission to probe over Rs230 million blackmoney. She in a sarcastic manner, said that there are anomalies only in Balochistan and Sindh as Punjab is purged from it.

Another MNA Dawar Kundi said that there was no relief for the poor sector of society.

Independent lawmaker Amir Dogar, on his turn, termed it a traditional budget without providing any relief to masses.

Earlier, MQM lawmakers staged walkout from the proceeding of the house over the remarks of Minister for Defence Khwaja Asif. "MQM will continue its protest till the defence minister withdraws his remarks," said MQM Asif Hasnain, and left the house.