ISLAMABAD - Kaswar Klasra and JAVAID-UR-RAHMAN - The Senate has unanimously rejected the unconstitutional demand coming from Imran's PTI and Qadri's PAT for the PM's resignation.

The Senate, which met Friday with Chairman Nayyer Bokhari in the chair, deplored the alleged derogatory language used by Imran Khan and Dr Tahir ul Qadri in their public speeches.

Senator Saeed Ghani from PPP moved the resolution in the House.

"This House rejects the unconstitutional demands from certain political parties for the resignation of the Prime Minister and the dissolution of the assemblies and deplores the derogatory language used by leaders and members of these parties in their speeches," the resolution stated.

The resolution further stated that the House resolves to uphold the supremacy of the Constitution, the sovereignty of Parliament.

It reiterates its resolve to ensure that the democratic system continues to function and flourish in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution.

On Friday Senate began debate on a motion moved by PPP Senator Farhatullah Babar. He argued that of Parliament was virtually under siege by ill-mannered and violent mob with most of its participants using derogatory language against the Parliament and the parliamentarians.

The Senate also admitted a privilege motion moved by Farhatullah for further processing in the secretariat against the workers of Qadri and Imran Khan.

Advising the two sides including the government and opposition parties which are protesting outside Parliament House, to go for a peaceful solution of the political crisis, Tahir Mashhadi asked the government to avoid use of force against the protestors.

Mushahid Ullah Khan of ruling PML-N accused some media groups of adding fuel to the fire by giving hours of airtime to the protesters.

Later, the Senate session was adjourned for indefinite period.

Lawmakers in National Assembly Friday advised PM to be cautious about conspiracies and find some quick solution to at least clear the entrance of the parliament from the protesters.

About repeated demands of Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri, the MNAs were unanimous at their point that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has confidence of the parliament and he should not fall prey to any conspiracy.

The government benches also requested both Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri to call off their sit-ins immediately as they are causing great loss to the country.

The treasury benches, apparently on the criticism from opposition's lawmaker G.G. Jamal made it clear to conduct inquiry into the incident of attack on Shah Mehmood Qureshi's house in Multan.

The house, with the thin presence of MNAs from opposition benches, also passed a resolution condemning the attacks on journalists by participants of rallies in Islamabad.

The resolution moved by Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Aftab Ahmed Sheikh said freedom of expression is a fundamental democratic right and all the people including political workers should respect it.

The house called upon the government to take notice of violent acts against the journalists and take action against those responsible.

Defence Minister Khwaja Asif, on a point of order, strongly condemned the attack on journalists covering sit-ins at the Constitutional Avenue.

PkMAP chief Mehmood Khan Achakzai, on his turn, said the Prime Minister has also same kind of complaints like journalists.

A JI lawmaker Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, on his turn, said there was a need to resolve the issues with some concrete strategy. "Any kind of change will be accepted under constitution," said JI MNA proposing the government to register a case of the Model Town incident.

He also held responsible both Imran and Qadri for loss to the country's economy due to the continued sit-ins in Islamabad.

Taking part in the debate, MNA Raja Javed Ikhlas said the incumbent government could have formed a government along with its coalition partners in KPK but the PM had openly allowed PTI to form its own government in the province.

Earlier, Information Minister Pervez Rashid said the Punjab government has taken a notice of the incident and an FIR has been registered. "Action will be taken against the responsible persons according to the law.

This in not the culture of PML-N to take action against any one," he said responding to a point raised by G.G Jamal regarding alleged storming of House of Shah Mahmood Qureshi in Multan.

About the journalist's walkout, he said the journalists staged a token walkout to register their protest that their vehicles are not allowed to be parked in the national assembly parking. He also asked the deputy speaker to see the matter.