‘Only Veena can lure minister for Water and Power to the Senate’

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Humayun Mandokhel on Monday criticized minister for water and power over his absence from session of Senate’s Standing Committee on Water and Power, a private TV channel reported.

Mandokhel said that if Veena Malik were in the senate, minister for water and power would have been present.

Additional secretary for Water and Power informed the committee that the massive blackouts that hit the country on Sunday were due to a technical fault in the national grid, adding that the process of restoration of power was completed in all provinces except Sindh.

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  1. This senator spoke truth in drunk state.This is true face of parliamentarians and for fulfilling this demand, few of our she- parliamentarians try to be act or look like Veena

  2. IGNORANT LEADS IGNORANT,THIS ASSEMBLY IS OF THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE FAKE DEGREES,SO IF SOMEONE GETTING JOB ON PRESENTING FAKE DEGREES ARE STILL IGNORANT AND THIS KIND OF STATEMENT IS EXPECTED FROM THESE IGNORANT POLITICIANS OF Pakistan. Anyway, no drug, not even alcohol, causes the fundamental ills of society. If we're looking for the source of our troubles, we shouldn't test people for drugs, we should test them for stupidity, ignorance, greed and love of power.

  3. He raped and ravished PIA and now is trying to finish another victim, which was already half dead, when he took over ie Water And Power Ministry.

  4. By the time the next government gets elected, the AZ led PPP would have demolished Pakistan's economy having ruined PIA STEEL MILLS, PSO, WAPDA, NHA, NICL, RAILWAYS etc etc

  5. The minister should have been present. But there was no need to make the lapse by bringing in Veena. Bad taste!

  6. With dress in Parliament??… How strange.
    Veena is mostly seen in India without wearing any thing more than 'Chaddi' & "Banyan' advertising libido inducing herbals provocatively and getting paid for her such 'services' . Hence, I don't think she would be interested in coming over to Pakistan because the parliamentary decorum requires her to dress up decently.

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