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The physical actuations of [Tambungan], including his alleged verbal abuse [of] his victim are unjustified and completely unbecoming of an officer,' he added.
He said: "I think President Trump should stick to domestic policies and I think it is unbecoming of a leader of such a great state to keep trying to interfere in other countries' domestic policies."
"That was definitely unbecoming for a government official.
Based on the decision, the three cadets were found to have violated Rule V of the PNPA Cadet Guide on Sexual Misconduct, Undesirable Traits of Characters and Conduct unbecoming of an officer or Acts Inimical or Prejudicial to Good Order or Discipline.
Shahbaz Sharif, taking the floor of the assembly, welcomed the move and regretted the use of unbecoming language in the NA by members from both sides of the aisle.
Lokman reprimanded Khairy by saying his behaviour was unbecoming of a politician aspiring to become the president of Umno.
It may added that, the SJC had unanimously opined that while delivering the speech before the District Bar Association in Rawalpindi on July 21, 'Siddiqui, an IHC judge, displayed a conduct unbecoming of a high court judge'.
The Women's Action Forum (WAF) and members of the civil society have filed a reference before the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) against Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar for his remarks and actions that are unbecoming of a judge.
'The removal of Siddiqui from the chair of judge of the Islamabad High court is due to his visible conduct of unbecoming of a judge, is in accordance with relevant law, as the speech made by him is quite clear on the subject', he stated.
Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui, Judge, Islamabad High Court, Islamabad had displayed conduct unbecoming of a Judge of a High Court and was, thus, guilty of misconduct and he is, therefore, liable to be removed from his officer under Article 209(6) of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973.'
For it would be wholly unbecoming for the Opposition leader to share the female objects of such "affairs" with the Vice-President of the same Republic.
I ask all to refrain from such language as it is unbecoming for a Pakistani.