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    Default sitting to his right

    They blurt out whatever comes in their minds. If they cross the line again and use unparliamentary language then our hands will be around their necks, he said, only to invite the wrath of MQMs members sitting to his right.
    PLEASE SIMPLY EXPLAIN UNDERLINED WORDS .

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    Default Re: sitting to his right

    Quote Originally Posted by 1235 View Post
    They blurt out whatever comes in their minds. If they cross the line again and use unparliamentary language then our hands will be around their necks, he said, only to invite the wrath of MQMs members [who were] sitting to his right.
    PLEASE SIMPLY EXPLAIN UNDERLINED WORDS .
    There's not a lot to explain. The other members are sitting to the right side of the speaker, on the sitter's right.

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