We have been left at terrorists mercy: Qadir Gilani
15 November, 2012
ISLAMABAD: Abdul Qadir Gilani, a member of the National Assembly and a son of former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, has said that lives of his family members have been left at the mercy of terrorists, our sources reported on Wednesday.
Speaking in the National Assembly, the MNA said that the Federal Investigation Agency was threatening him while nobody including the parliament and Rehman Malik took notice.
The MNA said that he along with his brother, MNA Ali Musa Gilani, would resign from the National Assembly if the excesses were continued to be committed against them.
He said though the Supreme Court had cleared him in the Haj scam, the FIA was still hurling threats.
Mr Gilani said his father had appeared before the apex court thrice. He demanded of Rehman Malik to resign from the post if he could not do something for them (Gilanis).
He said he received threats while on his way to the house to attend the NA session today (Wednesday). Panel of Chairperson Yasmin Rehman has summoned the FIA director general to inquire as to why the MNA was being threatened after Gilani fiery speech in the lower house of the parliament.