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so rude and abusive as to be unsuitable for parliament

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The rules of the contest required the speech to be completely memorized, no notes were allowed and neither was the use of unparliamentarily language, in a total of four minutes.
The rules of the contest require the speech must be completely memorized, no notes allowed, no use of unparliamentarily language, must be between three to four minutes in length.
He used some hot and stirring words that sparked uproar in the house, however, the Speaker asked the Secretary Assembly to expunged the unparliamentarily words.
Some politicians have passed unparliamentarily remarks against the President which is very unfortunate and regrettable, she added.
He further said that all unparliamentarily words were expunged from the proceedings of the assembly.
Replying to a question regarding the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) rally held in Lahore, she said that conducting rallies was part of democracy but using unparliamentarily language against the democratically elected President was very unfortunate.
She said: Undemocratic, unparliamentarily, and indecent language used by CM Shahbaz Sharif against the Head of State must be avoided.
The rally has been called in protest to the use of unparliamentarily language against President Asif Ali Zardari during Shahbaz Sharif's speech.
Fehmida Mirza on a point of order raised by Nadeem Afzal Gondal, MNA regarding publication of expunged remarks by the newspapers ruled that it is the prerogative of the Speaker to expunge the remarks of a Member which are unparliamentarily, indecent, undignified and defamatory.
The unparliamentarily language used by the parliamentarians is expunged which should not be telecast or published by the media, he said.
Responding another query, he said that they had never used unparliamentarily language against any one at the party (PPP) level.