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Amendments to the Rules of Procedure

The section contains information regarding motions seeking amendments to the assembly’s Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business. Mover’s name, party affiliation, current status of the motion along with the session and sitting are also provided.

Assembly Parliamentary Year Session No. Sitting No. Name of Representative Rules of Procedure Status
Assembly Parliamentary Year Session No. Sitting No. Name of Representative Rules of Procedure Status
Punjab 5 30 1 Aisha Ghaus Pasha, PML-N
The Second Schedule of the Punjab Sales Tax on Services Act 2012 and the Rules made under the Act ibid
Taken Up
Balochistan 4 36 4 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Amendment to the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business of Balochistan Assembly 1974, proposing to empower the Standing Committees to constitute Sub-Committees
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Balochistan 4 35 4 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Insertion of new rule of “Sub-Committee”
Deferred
Balochistan 4 35 3 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
Insertion of new chapter of “Zero Hour” to the relevant standing committee
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Balochistan 4 35 1 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
Insertion of new section of Calling Attention Notice
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 4 42 2 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in Rule 224 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 224, in sub-rule (2), for the words “not later than thirty days”, the words “as early as possible”, shall be substituted
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 4 42 2 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in Rule 66 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 66, sub-rule (2), shall be omitted
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 4 42 2 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in Rule 61 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, for rule 61, the following shall be substituted, namely:- “61. Appointment of days for discussion.- The Speaker shall allot days for discussion on Presidents’ Address in the next two Sessions after the Address of President, duration whereof shall be at least 30 days. These two Sessions do not include the Budget Session or any extraordinary Session
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Balochistan 4 38 6 Engineer Zmarak Khan, ANP
To insert a new chapter in the Rules of Procedure to introduce Zero Hour
Adopted
Balochistan 4 38 4 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
Constitution of Ethics and Advisory Committee 233-201(A)
Adopted
Balochistan 4 38 4 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
To insert new sub-rules in Rules and Procedure and Conduct of Business for mentioning allocation of time to discuss points of public importance (233-170(A)
Adopted
National 4 34 7 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
In rule 224, for sub-rules (1) and (2) , the following shall be substituted , namely:- (1) A Committee may appoint at a time not more than one sub-committee. Each such Sub-Committee shall consist of not exceeding four members and shall have powers of the whole Committee to examine any matter that may be referred to it: Provided that the Chairman of the Committee concerned shall not be Convener of the Sub-Committee. (2) The order of reference to a Sub-Committee shall clearly state the point or points for investigation. The report of the sub-committee shall be presented not later than thirty days and be deemed to be the report of that Committee when approved by the whole Committee Provided that the sub-committee shall stand dissolved on expiration of thirty days from its appointment irrespective of presentation of the report (3) The provisions of sub-rules (1) and (2) relating to the term and number of members and sub-committees shall not be applicable to the Public Accounts Committee
Adopted
National 4 34 7 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
In rule 201, after sub-rule (6), the following new sub-rule (7), shall be added, namely:- (7) Within thirty days of the recommendations of the Standing Committee on PSDP, the Ministry concerned shall submit to the Committee its report- (a) of inclusion of the recommendations in the Federal Budget for the next financial year; or (b) showing reason of non-inclusion of the recommendations in the Federal Budget
Adopted
National 4 41 5 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in Rule 224 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 224, in sub-rule (2), for the words “not later than thirty days”, the words “as early as possible”, shall be substituted
Not Taken Up
National 4 41 5 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in Rule 66 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 66, sub-rule (2), shall be omitted
Not Taken Up
National 4 41 5 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in Rule 61 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, for rule 61, the following shall be substituted, namely:- “61. Appointment of days for discussion.- The Speaker shall allot days for discussion on Presidents’ Address in the next two Sessions after the Address of President, duration whereof shall be at least 30 days. These two Sessions do not include the Budget Session or any extraordinary Session
Not Taken Up
National 4 39 9 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 224, in sub-rule (2), for the words “not later than thirty days”, the words “as early as possible”, shall be substituted
Deferred
National 4 39 4 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 224, in sub-rule (2), for the words “not later than thirty days”, the words “as early as possible”, shall be substituted
Deferred
Senate 14 258 6 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
In rule 182 of the said Rules, for the full stop occurring at the end a colon “:”, shall be substituted and thereafter, the following new proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that the Chairman of a Committee or the Member presiding in his absence shall not cast his vote in the event of the equality of votes in case he is a mover of a matter under consideration of the Committee.”
Adopted
Senate 14 257 5 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
In rule 203,- (i) in sub-rule (1),- (a) for the words “Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs” the words “Minister for Law and Justice” shall be substituted; and (b) for the words “included in” the words “the ex-officio members of” shall be substituted; (ii) in sub-rule (2), the word “other” shall be omitted; and (iii) the existing sub-rules (4) and (6) shall be omitted and thereafter the existing sub-rule (5) shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (4)
Adopted
Senate 14 255 5 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
(ii) that after rule 226, the following new rule 226A shall be inserted, namely:- 226A. Code of Conduct for the members.- There shall be a Code of Conduct for the members to assist them in the discharge of their duties and obligations to the House, their constituents and the public at large.
Adopted
Senate 14 255 5 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
(i) that in rule 172, the existing sub-rule (3) shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (5) and after the re-numbering, the following new sub-rules shall be inserted, namely:- (3) The Committee shall also act as "Committee on Ethics" and review the Code of Conduct, from time to time and ensure that the Code is implemented. (4) The Committee on Ethics shall provide for its rules of procedure.
Adopted
Senate 14 255 5 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
(i) that in rule 172, the existing sub-rule (3) shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (5) and after the re-numbering, the following new sub-rules shall be inserted, namely:- (3) The Committee shall also act as "Committee on Ethics" and review the Code of Conduct, from time to time and ensure that the Code is implemented. (4) The Committee on Ethics shall provide for its rules of procedure.
Adopted
National 4 37 3 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
In rule 48, in sub-rule (2), for the word “and” the comma “,” shall be substituted and after the word “Naat” the word “and National Anthem” shall be added
Rejected
Senate 14 255 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
In rule 182, for the full stop occurring at the end a colon “:”, shall be substituted and thereafter, the following new proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that the Chairman of a Committee or the person presiding in his absence shall not cast his vote in the event of the equality of votes in case he is a mover of a matter under consideration of the Committee.”
Deferred
Senate 14 255 2 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
In sub-rule (1) of rule 196, for the words “any member of the Committee”, the words “any member of the Senate” shall be substituted, be taken into consideration at once
Taken Back
National 4 36 7 Imran Zafar Leghari, PPPP
Amendment in Rule 91 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007 in rule 91, for the words “one day” the words “two days”, shall be substituted
Dropped
National 4 36 2 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
Amendment in Rule 61 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 61, the following proviso shall be added, namely:- Provided that days allotted for discussion of the Presidential address shall not exceed more than ten working days in any case
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Senate 14 253 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
In rule 187, for sub-rule (3), the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(3) A Committee may hold Public Hearing for seeking input from the public at large or any relevant stakeholder and may also invite or summon any person or member having special knowledge to give an expert opinion or give evidence in relation to any matter under its consideration.”
Adopted
Senate 14 253 2 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
In rule 187, for sub-rule (3), the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(3) A Committee may hold Public Hearing for seeking input from the public at large or any relevant stakeholder and may also invite or summon any person or member having special knowledge to give an expert opinion or give evidence in relation to any matter under its consideration.”
Adopted
National 4 35 3 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in Rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 292, after the word “public” the word “document” shall be added
Dropped
National 4 35 3 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in Rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 292, after the word “public” the word “document” shall be added
Dropped
National 4 35 3 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in Rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 292, after the word “public” the word “document” shall be added
Dropped
National 4 35 3 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in Rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 292, after the word “public” the word “document” shall be added
Dropped
National 4 35 3 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in Rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 292, after the word “public” the word “document” shall be added
Dropped
National 4 35 3 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in Rule 61 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 61, the following proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that days allotted for discussion of the Presidential address shall not exceed more than ten working days in any case.”
Dropped
National 4 35 3 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in Rule 61 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 61, the following proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that days allotted for discussion of the Presidential address shall not exceed more than ten working days in any case.”
Dropped
National 4 35 3 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in Rule 61 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 61, the following proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that days allotted for discussion of the Presidential address shall not exceed more than ten working days in any case.”
Dropped
National 4 35 3 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in Rule 61 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 61, the following proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that days allotted for discussion of the Presidential address shall not exceed more than ten working days in any case.”
Dropped
National 4 35 3 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in Rule 61 of the Rules of Procedure.- In rule 61, the following proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that days allotted for discussion of the Presidential address shall not exceed more than ten working days in any case.”
Dropped
National 4 34 1 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
In rule 202 the following shall be substituted, namely:- Composition:- (1) The Standing Committee on Public Accounts shall consist of not more than twenty nine members, of which:- a) Twenty three shall be elected by the assembly from amongst its members; and b) Six shall be elected by the Senate from amongst its members, one from each province, Islamabad Capital Territory and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, out of which three shall be from the treasury benches and three from the opposition benches. (2) The Minister for Finance shall be ex-officio member of the committee. (3) Notwithstanding anything contained in rule 216, the Chairman of the Committee shall be from the Assembly
Adopted
National 4 34 7 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
In rule 250, for the full stop occurring at the end, the colon shall be substituted and thereafter the following new proviso shall be added, namely:- Provided further that a notice of a question given during the current session for the next session shall lapse on one day before the prorogation of the next session
Adopted
National 4 34 7 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
In rule 200, sub-rule (1), for the word "ascertainment", the word, "election", shall be substituted
Adopted
National 4 34 7 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
In rule 73.- (a) After the colon occurring at the end and before the existing proviso, the following new provision shall be inserted, namely:- "Provided that to determine the precedence of maximum two starred questions of a member to place on the list of each Rota Day of next session, group-wise ballot will thrice be held at 02:00 p.m. one day before the prorogation of the current session: (b) In the existing proviso, after the word, "Provided", the word, "further" shall be inserted
Adopted
National 4 34 7 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
In rule 71, in sub-rule (1), for the full stop occurring at the end, the colon shall be substituted and thereafter the following proviso shall be added, namely:- Provided that a notice of a question may also be given from and to the officially assigned e-mail addresses
Adopted
National 4 34 7 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
In rule 70, in sub-rule (1), for the full stop occurring at the end, the colon shall be substituted and thereafter the following proviso shall be added, namely:- Provided that a notice of a question given during a current session up to one day before the prorogation thereof shall be included in the ballot for the next session
Adopted
Senate 14 250 9 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
Insertion of rule 172F in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate, 2012 enabling the composition of Senate Public Accounts Committee, consisting of 6 members; one from each province, FATA and Islamabad territory
Taken Up
Senate 14 250 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That in sub-rule (1) of rule 196, for the words “any member of the Committee”, the words “any member of the Senate” shall be substituted
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Senate 14 250 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That in rule 143, after sub-rule (3), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- “(4) If the action on the resolution as mentioned in sub-rule (2) is not taken within the stipulated time then the matter shall stand referred to the concerned Standing Committee automatically.”
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Senate 14 250 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
That in rule 209, after the words “other than”, the words and comma “notices of the starred questions,” shall be inserted
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Senate 14 250 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
That in rule 198,- (a) in sub-rule (1), after the words “the Chairman of the Committee” occurring at the end, the words “in consultation with all members of the Committee” shall be inserted; and (b) after sub-rule (3), the following new sub-rule shall be added, namely :- “(4) The working papers of a meeting of the Committee shall be made available, in English and Urdu, to all members of the Committee, through official courier or electronic mail forty-eight hours before the commencement of the meeting.”
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Senate 14 250 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
That in sub-rule (3) of rule 56, for the words “the answer already supplied by the Minister concerned or the member to whom the question is addressed shall be treated as laid on the table and no oral reply shall be required for such question nor shall any supplementary question be asked in respect thereof”, the words “the members present in the House may ask supplementary questions in respect thereof” shall be substituted
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 278, after the existing sub-rule (10), the following new sub-rule (11) shall be added, namely:- “(11) The Secretary may, if necessary, rectify the grammatical, typographical, punctuation, spelling, printing and patent errors in these Rules.”
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That the rule 210, shall be re-numbered as rule 205A
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 165, in the first proviso, for the word “Senate”, occurring at the end, the word “Committee” shall be substituted
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 138, for the word “clear”, the word “working” shall be substituted
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That after the existing Chapter XII, the following new Chapter XII A shall be inserted, namely: CHAPTER XII-A COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE SENATE AND NATIONAL ASSEMBLY “131A. Communications by messages.- (1) Communications between the Senate and the National Assembly shall be by message. (2) Every message from the Senate to the National Assembly shall be in writing and shall be signed by the Secretary Senate and be addressed to the Secretary National Assembly. 131B. Communication of messages to Members.- (1) If any such message is sent or received by the Secretary Senate when the Senate is in session, the Secretary shall report the message to the Members, as soon as practicable, after its receipt (2) If any such message is sent or received by the Secretary Senate when the Senate is not in session, a copy of the message shall, as soon as practicable, be forwarded by the Secretary to the Members 131C. Procedure to deal with the subject of messages.- The subject matter of a message shall be dealt with by the House according to these Rules
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 131, for the words “the rules contained in”, the words “provisions of” shall be substituted
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 130, after sub-rule (8), the following new sub-rule 8A shall be inserted, namely:- “(8A). In case the Senate is not in session and period of fourteen days is due to expire, the recommendations shall be submitted to the Chairman in his Chamber, who may transmit the same to the National Assembly, informing that the said recommendations will be placed before the Senate when it will meet.”
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 96, the commas and the words“ , if it is a Bill which under the Constitution requires previous sanction of the President or the Government for its introduction, the notice shall be accompanied by such sanction” shall be omitted
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 70, in paragraph (xii), after the word “House”, occurring at the end, the words “or Committees thereof” shall be added
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 65, in the proviso, for the word “one”, the word “five” shall be substituted
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 94, sub-rule (4), shall be omitted
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 55, in sub-rule (1), for the words “which have not been disallowed”, the words “which have been admitted” shall be substituted
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 42, for the word “working”, the word “clear” shall be substituted
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That after rule 31, the following new rule 31A, shall be added, namely:- “31A. Allocation of time for points of public importance.-The Chairman shall, after the disposal of Business on the Orders of the Day, allocate time for raising points of public importance by the Members.”
Taken Up
Senate 14 248 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 12, in sub-rule (8), in the proviso, for the word “motion”, the word “resolution” shall be substituted
Taken Up
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Insertion of new rules after rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 292, the following new rules shall be added, namely:- “292-A. National Assembly Forum for Policy Research.- There shall be a Forum known as the “National Assembly Forum for Policy Research. 292-B. Composition of the Forum.- (1) The Forum shall consist of twenty Members, ten sitting Members of the National Assembly and ten former Members of the Assembly as nominated by the Speaker in consultation with the Parliamentary Leaders in the House. (2) The Speaker shall be the Patron of the Forum. (3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected. (4) The Secretary of the National Assembly shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Forum and will be responsible for maintaining the record of the Forum and to correspond on its behalf. 292-C. Tenure of the Members.- (1) The tenure of the Members shall be for a period of three years. (2) The Speaker shall nominate members of the Forum within thirty days of the commencement of the term of the newly elected members. 292-D. Casual vacancies.- A member may resign at any time. If a seat becomes vacant due to resignation of a member or any other eventuality, the Speaker shall appoint another member of the Forum in his place, in the manner provided in Rule 292-B. 292-E. Functions of the Forum.- The functions of the Forum shall be following:- (a) It shall assist and advice, as and when required, the Assembly, the Speaker, the Committee, the Members and the Secretariat:- (b) It shall study questions of public importance that are already under consideration or likely to come up before the Assembly and recommend policy options/solutions; (c) It shall act as an ideas generation and support forum for the members of Assembly in discharge of their functions; (d) It shall promote partnership amongst sitting and former members of the Assembly. Besides Workshops, Seminars etc., it shall organize an Annual General Meeting of former and sitting members; (e) It shall suggest ways and means to enhance the efficiency, working and effectiveness of the Committees; (f) It shall compile and disseminate knowledge generated by Assembly proceedings, Committee reports and proceedings at international and regional Parliamentary meetings; (g) It shall provide input on policy issues; (h) It shall supervise the compilation of a book on Parliamentary Practice and procedure with special reference to Parliament of Pakistan; (i) It shall supervise the compilation of a book containing the Rulings of the Speaker given by him/her from time to time: (j) It shall suggest ways and means to promote democratic traditions and principles; (k) It shall advise and guide the legislative drafting unit and research cell of the Assembly and the PIPS; and (l) It shall, in consultation with the Speaker, advice the donor agencies regarding Parliamentary Development Programs. 292-F. Meetings of the Forum.- (1) The Chairman of the Forum shall call the meeting of the Forum, at least once in two months or when a majority of the members give a notice in writing. (2) The agenda of the meeting shall be proposed by the Secretary, under the directions of the Chairman of the Forum and shall be sent to the members at least seven days before the meeting. (3) All the decisions of the Forum shall be taken by majority of the members present and voting. (4) All the proceedings of the Forum shall be recorded by the Secretary in the minute’s book and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Forum. (5) The Chairman may call an extraordinary meeting at a shorter notice if so required. 292-G. Reports of the Forum.- The Forum shall present the annual report of its activities to the Assembly in the first session after completion of first year: (2) The report shall be presented by the Chairman of the Forum or a member authorized by him in this behalf. (3) The Assembly may discuss the report of the Forum and pass such directions as it may deem fit. 292-H. Miscellaneous.- (1) The expenses for running the Forum shall be provided by the Assembly. (2) It shall have the status of Standing Committee of the Assembly and shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly. (3) A former member of the Assembly appointed to the Forum shall be allowed the TA, DA and accommodation expenses available to a sitting member while attending meetings or performing functions related to or in connection with the Forum”
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Insertion of new rules after rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 292, the following new rules shall be added, namely:- “292-A. National Assembly Forum for Policy Research.- There shall be a Forum known as the “National Assembly Forum for Policy Research. 292-B. Composition of the Forum.- (1) The Forum shall consist of twenty Members, ten sitting Members of the National Assembly and ten former Members of the Assembly as nominated by the Speaker in consultation with the Parliamentary Leaders in the House. (2) The Speaker shall be the Patron of the Forum. (3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected. (4) The Secretary of the National Assembly shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Forum and will be responsible for maintaining the record of the Forum and to correspond on its behalf. 292-C. Tenure of the Members.- (1) The tenure of the Members shall be for a period of three years. (2) The Speaker shall nominate members of the Forum within thirty days of the commencement of the term of the newly elected members. 292-D. Casual vacancies.- A member may resign at any time. If a seat becomes vacant due to resignation of a member or any other eventuality, the Speaker shall appoint another member of the Forum in his place, in the manner provided in Rule 292-B. 292-E. Functions of the Forum.- The functions of the Forum shall be following:- (a) It shall assist and advice, as and when required, the Assembly, the Speaker, the Committee, the Members and the Secretariat:- (b) It shall study questions of public importance that are already under consideration or likely to come up before the Assembly and recommend policy options/solutions; (c) It shall act as an ideas generation and support forum for the members of Assembly in discharge of their functions; (d) It shall promote partnership amongst sitting and former members of the Assembly. Besides Workshops, Seminars etc., it shall organize an Annual General Meeting of former and sitting members; (e) It shall suggest ways and means to enhance the efficiency, working and effectiveness of the Committees; (f) It shall compile and disseminate knowledge generated by Assembly proceedings, Committee reports and proceedings at international and regional Parliamentary meetings; (g) It shall provide input on policy issues; (h) It shall supervise the compilation of a book on Parliamentary Practice and procedure with special reference to Parliament of Pakistan; (i) It shall supervise the compilation of a book containing the Rulings of the Speaker given by him/her from time to time: (j) It shall suggest ways and means to promote democratic traditions and principles; (k) It shall advise and guide the legislative drafting unit and research cell of the Assembly and the PIPS; and (l) It shall, in consultation with the Speaker, advice the donor agencies regarding Parliamentary Development Programs. 292-F. Meetings of the Forum.- (1) The Chairman of the Forum shall call the meeting of the Forum, at least once in two months or when a majority of the members give a notice in writing. (2) The agenda of the meeting shall be proposed by the Secretary, under the directions of the Chairman of the Forum and shall be sent to the members at least seven days before the meeting. (3) All the decisions of the Forum shall be taken by majority of the members present and voting. (4) All the proceedings of the Forum shall be recorded by the Secretary in the minute’s book and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Forum. (5) The Chairman may call an extraordinary meeting at a shorter notice if so required. 292-G. Reports of the Forum.- The Forum shall present the annual report of its activities to the Assembly in the first session after completion of first year: (2) The report shall be presented by the Chairman of the Forum or a member authorized by him in this behalf. (3) The Assembly may discuss the report of the Forum and pass such directions as it may deem fit. 292-H. Miscellaneous.- (1) The expenses for running the Forum shall be provided by the Assembly. (2) It shall have the status of Standing Committee of the Assembly and shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly. (3) A former member of the Assembly appointed to the Forum shall be allowed the TA, DA and accommodation expenses available to a sitting member while attending meetings or performing functions related to or in connection with the Forum”
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Insertion of new rules after rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 292, the following new rules shall be added, namely:- “292-A. National Assembly Forum for Policy Research.- There shall be a Forum known as the “National Assembly Forum for Policy Research. 292-B. Composition of the Forum.- (1) The Forum shall consist of twenty Members, ten sitting Members of the National Assembly and ten former Members of the Assembly as nominated by the Speaker in consultation with the Parliamentary Leaders in the House. (2) The Speaker shall be the Patron of the Forum. (3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected. (4) The Secretary of the National Assembly shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Forum and will be responsible for maintaining the record of the Forum and to correspond on its behalf. 292-C. Tenure of the Members.- (1) The tenure of the Members shall be for a period of three years. (2) The Speaker shall nominate members of the Forum within thirty days of the commencement of the term of the newly elected members. 292-D. Casual vacancies.- A member may resign at any time. If a seat becomes vacant due to resignation of a member or any other eventuality, the Speaker shall appoint another member of the Forum in his place, in the manner provided in Rule 292-B. 292-E. Functions of the Forum.- The functions of the Forum shall be following:- (a) It shall assist and advice, as and when required, the Assembly, the Speaker, the Committee, the Members and the Secretariat:- (b) It shall study questions of public importance that are already under consideration or likely to come up before the Assembly and recommend policy options/solutions; (c) It shall act as an ideas generation and support forum for the members of Assembly in discharge of their functions; (d) It shall promote partnership amongst sitting and former members of the Assembly. Besides Workshops, Seminars etc., it shall organize an Annual General Meeting of former and sitting members; (e) It shall suggest ways and means to enhance the efficiency, working and effectiveness of the Committees; (f) It shall compile and disseminate knowledge generated by Assembly proceedings, Committee reports and proceedings at international and regional Parliamentary meetings; (g) It shall provide input on policy issues; (h) It shall supervise the compilation of a book on Parliamentary Practice and procedure with special reference to Parliament of Pakistan; (i) It shall supervise the compilation of a book containing the Rulings of the Speaker given by him/her from time to time: (j) It shall suggest ways and means to promote democratic traditions and principles; (k) It shall advise and guide the legislative drafting unit and research cell of the Assembly and the PIPS; and (l) It shall, in consultation with the Speaker, advice the donor agencies regarding Parliamentary Development Programs. 292-F. Meetings of the Forum.- (1) The Chairman of the Forum shall call the meeting of the Forum, at least once in two months or when a majority of the members give a notice in writing. (2) The agenda of the meeting shall be proposed by the Secretary, under the directions of the Chairman of the Forum and shall be sent to the members at least seven days before the meeting. (3) All the decisions of the Forum shall be taken by majority of the members present and voting. (4) All the proceedings of the Forum shall be recorded by the Secretary in the minute’s book and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Forum. (5) The Chairman may call an extraordinary meeting at a shorter notice if so required. 292-G. Reports of the Forum.- The Forum shall present the annual report of its activities to the Assembly in the first session after completion of first year: (2) The report shall be presented by the Chairman of the Forum or a member authorized by him in this behalf. (3) The Assembly may discuss the report of the Forum and pass such directions as it may deem fit. 292-H. Miscellaneous.- (1) The expenses for running the Forum shall be provided by the Assembly. (2) It shall have the status of Standing Committee of the Assembly and shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly. (3) A former member of the Assembly appointed to the Forum shall be allowed the TA, DA and accommodation expenses available to a sitting member while attending meetings or performing functions related to or in connection with the Forum”
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Insertion of new rules after rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 292, the following new rules shall be added, namely:- “292-A. National Assembly Forum for Policy Research.- There shall be a Forum known as the “National Assembly Forum for Policy Research. 292-B. Composition of the Forum.- (1) The Forum shall consist of twenty Members, ten sitting Members of the National Assembly and ten former Members of the Assembly as nominated by the Speaker in consultation with the Parliamentary Leaders in the House. (2) The Speaker shall be the Patron of the Forum. (3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected. (4) The Secretary of the National Assembly shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Forum and will be responsible for maintaining the record of the Forum and to correspond on its behalf. 292-C. Tenure of the Members.- (1) The tenure of the Members shall be for a period of three years. (2) The Speaker shall nominate members of the Forum within thirty days of the commencement of the term of the newly elected members. 292-D. Casual vacancies.- A member may resign at any time. If a seat becomes vacant due to resignation of a member or any other eventuality, the Speaker shall appoint another member of the Forum in his place, in the manner provided in Rule 292-B. 292-E. Functions of the Forum.- The functions of the Forum shall be following:- (a) It shall assist and advice, as and when required, the Assembly, the Speaker, the Committee, the Members and the Secretariat:- (b) It shall study questions of public importance that are already under consideration or likely to come up before the Assembly and recommend policy options/solutions; (c) It shall act as an ideas generation and support forum for the members of Assembly in discharge of their functions; (d) It shall promote partnership amongst sitting and former members of the Assembly. Besides Workshops, Seminars etc., it shall organize an Annual General Meeting of former and sitting members; (e) It shall suggest ways and means to enhance the efficiency, working and effectiveness of the Committees; (f) It shall compile and disseminate knowledge generated by Assembly proceedings, Committee reports and proceedings at international and regional Parliamentary meetings; (g) It shall provide input on policy issues; (h) It shall supervise the compilation of a book on Parliamentary Practice and procedure with special reference to Parliament of Pakistan; (i) It shall supervise the compilation of a book containing the Rulings of the Speaker given by him/her from time to time: (j) It shall suggest ways and means to promote democratic traditions and principles; (k) It shall advise and guide the legislative drafting unit and research cell of the Assembly and the PIPS; and (l) It shall, in consultation with the Speaker, advice the donor agencies regarding Parliamentary Development Programs. 292-F. Meetings of the Forum.- (1) The Chairman of the Forum shall call the meeting of the Forum, at least once in two months or when a majority of the members give a notice in writing. (2) The agenda of the meeting shall be proposed by the Secretary, under the directions of the Chairman of the Forum and shall be sent to the members at least seven days before the meeting. (3) All the decisions of the Forum shall be taken by majority of the members present and voting. (4) All the proceedings of the Forum shall be recorded by the Secretary in the minute’s book and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Forum. (5) The Chairman may call an extraordinary meeting at a shorter notice if so required. 292-G. Reports of the Forum.- The Forum shall present the annual report of its activities to the Assembly in the first session after completion of first year: (2) The report shall be presented by the Chairman of the Forum or a member authorized by him in this behalf. (3) The Assembly may discuss the report of the Forum and pass such directions as it may deem fit. 292-H. Miscellaneous.- (1) The expenses for running the Forum shall be provided by the Assembly. (2) It shall have the status of Standing Committee of the Assembly and shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly. (3) A former member of the Assembly appointed to the Forum shall be allowed the TA, DA and accommodation expenses available to a sitting member while attending meetings or performing functions related to or in connection with the Forum”
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 249 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 249; (i) for the word “Chairmen” where ever occurring, the word “Chairpersons” shall be substituted. (ii) after marginal heading, the brackets and figure “(1)” shall be inserted; and (iii) following new sub-rule (2) shall be added namely:- “(2) The meeting of the Counsel of Chairpersons shall be held after every three months
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 249 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 249; (i) for the word “Chairmen” where ever occurring, the word “Chairpersons” shall be substituted. (ii) after marginal heading, the brackets and figure “(1)” shall be inserted; and (iii) following new sub-rule (2) shall be added namely:- “(2) The meeting of the Counsel of Chairpersons shall be held after every three months
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 249 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 249; (i) for the word “Chairmen” where ever occurring, the word “Chairpersons” shall be substituted. (ii) after marginal heading, the brackets and figure “(1)” shall be inserted; and (iii) following new sub-rule (2) shall be added namely:- “(2) The meeting of the Counsel of Chairpersons shall be held after every three months
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 249 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 249; (i) for the word “Chairmen” where ever occurring, the word “Chairpersons” shall be substituted. (ii) after marginal heading, the brackets and figure “(1)” shall be inserted; and (iii) following new sub-rule (2) shall be added namely:- “(2) The meeting of the Counsel of Chairpersons shall be held after every three months
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 237 of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 237, in sub-rule (3), between the word “may” and “allot”, the words “within seven days in the same session, and if not possible, in the next session” shall be inserted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 237 of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 237, in sub-rule (3), between the word “may” and “allot”, the words “within seven days in the same session, and if not possible, in the next session” shall be inserted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 237 of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 237, in sub-rule (3), between the word “may” and “allot”, the words “within seven days in the same session, and if not possible, in the next session” shall be inserted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 237 of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 237, in sub-rule (3), between the word “may” and “allot”, the words “within seven days in the same session, and if not possible, in the next session” shall be inserted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 234-A, for the word “six”, the word “four”, shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 234-A, for the word “six”, the word “four”, shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 234-A, for the word “six”, the word “four”, shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 234-A, for the word “six”, the word “four”, shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 230 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 230, for the words “Confidential or Secret ” wherever occurring, the word “open” shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 230 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 230, for the words “Confidential or Secret ” wherever occurring, the word “open” shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 230 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 230, for the words “Confidential or Secret ” wherever occurring, the word “open” shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 230 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 230, for the words “Confidential or Secret ” wherever occurring, the word “open” shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 225, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule ( 6) , shall be added namely:- “(6) There shall be at least six meetings of the Committee every year
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 225, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule ( 6) , shall be added namely:- “(6) There shall be at least six meetings of the Committee every year
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 225, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule ( 6) , shall be added namely:- “(6) There shall be at least six meetings of the Committee every year
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 225, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule ( 6) , shall be added namely:- “(6) There shall be at least six meetings of the Committee every year
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 216 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 216, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), shall be added, namely:- “(3) At least five women shall be elected as Chairpersons of the Standing Committees. (4) The Chairpersons of the Committees shall be from all Parliamentary Parties and Groups including Opposition as per their strength in the National Assembly; (5) Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee shall be the Leader of the Opposition or any other Member from the Opposition
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 216 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 216, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), shall be added, namely:- “(3) At least five women shall be elected as Chairpersons of the Standing Committees. (4) The Chairpersons of the Committees shall be from all Parliamentary Parties and Groups including Opposition as per their strength in the National Assembly; (5) Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee shall be the Leader of the Opposition or any other Member from the Opposition
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 216 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 216, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), shall be added, namely:- “(3) At least five women shall be elected as Chairpersons of the Standing Committees. (4) The Chairpersons of the Committees shall be from all Parliamentary Parties and Groups including Opposition as per their strength in the National Assembly; (5) Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee shall be the Leader of the Opposition or any other Member from the Opposition
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 216 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 216, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), shall be added, namely:- “(3) At least five women shall be elected as Chairpersons of the Standing Committees. (4) The Chairpersons of the Committees shall be from all Parliamentary Parties and Groups including Opposition as per their strength in the National Assembly; (5) Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee shall be the Leader of the Opposition or any other Member from the Opposition
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 211 of the Rules of Procedure.- That the rule 211, shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (1) of rule 211 and the following new sub-rules (2) and (3) shall be added, namely: “(2) During a session, National Assembly Secretariat shall submit on daily basis the record of Government Assurances to the Chairman Committee so that the Committee may take cognizance of the matters referred to in sub-rule (1); (3) The Minister concerned shall submit report of implementation within 15 days to the Committee
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 211 of the Rules of Procedure.- That the rule 211, shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (1) of rule 211 and the following new sub-rules (2) and (3) shall be added, namely: “(2) During a session, National Assembly Secretariat shall submit on daily basis the record of Government Assurances to the Chairman Committee so that the Committee may take cognizance of the matters referred to in sub-rule (1); (3) The Minister concerned shall submit report of implementation within 15 days to the Committee
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 211 of the Rules of Procedure.- That the rule 211, shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (1) of rule 211 and the following new sub-rules (2) and (3) shall be added, namely: “(2) During a session, National Assembly Secretariat shall submit on daily basis the record of Government Assurances to the Chairman Committee so that the Committee may take cognizance of the matters referred to in sub-rule (1); (3) The Minister concerned shall submit report of implementation within 15 days to the Committee
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 211 of the Rules of Procedure.- That the rule 211, shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (1) of rule 211 and the following new sub-rules (2) and (3) shall be added, namely: “(2) During a session, National Assembly Secretariat shall submit on daily basis the record of Government Assurances to the Chairman Committee so that the Committee may take cognizance of the matters referred to in sub-rule (1); (3) The Minister concerned shall submit report of implementation within 15 days to the Committee
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Insertion of rule 201-B of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 201-A, the following new rule 201-B, shall be added namely:- “201-B. The unanimous recommendations of the Committee shall be binding on Government or concerned Ministry and compliance report thereof shall be submitted to the Committee within three months
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-B of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 201-A, the following new rule 201-B, shall be added namely:- “201-B. The unanimous recommendations of the Committee shall be binding on Government or concerned Ministry and compliance report thereof shall be submitted to the Committee within three months
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-B of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 201-A, the following new rule 201-B, shall be added namely:- “201-B. The unanimous recommendations of the Committee shall be binding on Government or concerned Ministry and compliance report thereof shall be submitted to the Committee within three months
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-B of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 201-A, the following new rule 201-B, shall be added namely:- “201-B. The unanimous recommendations of the Committee shall be binding on Government or concerned Ministry and compliance report thereof shall be submitted to the Committee within three months
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Insertion of rule 201-A of the Rules of Procedure.- that after rule 201, the following new rule 201-A, shall be inserted namely:- “201-A.Procedure for submission of Public Petition. - (1) Subject to the provision of these rules, a person may submit a petition to the Speaker containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government, The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on the website of Assembly or by post or by delivering in the National Assembly Secretariat by hand. Every petition shall be registered in the Register as prescribed and allotted a serial number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed of shall be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Speaker directs otherwise, the following shall be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate order. The Speaker will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Speaker for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty working days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Speaker for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Assembly; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Speaker gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the National Assembly Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-A of the Rules of Procedure.- that after rule 201, the following new rule 201-A, shall be inserted namely:- “201-A.Procedure for submission of Public Petition. - (1) Subject to the provision of these rules, a person may submit a petition to the Speaker containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government, The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on the website of Assembly or by post or by delivering in the National Assembly Secretariat by hand. Every petition shall be registered in the Register as prescribed and allotted a serial number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed of shall be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Speaker directs otherwise, the following shall be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate order. The Speaker will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Speaker for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty working days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Speaker for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Assembly; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Speaker gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the National Assembly Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-A of the Rules of Procedure.- that after rule 201, the following new rule 201-A, shall be inserted namely:- “201-A.Procedure for submission of Public Petition. - (1) Subject to the provision of these rules, a person may submit a petition to the Speaker containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government, The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on the website of Assembly or by post or by delivering in the National Assembly Secretariat by hand. Every petition shall be registered in the Register as prescribed and allotted a serial number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed of shall be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Speaker directs otherwise, the following shall be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate order. The Speaker will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Speaker for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty working days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Speaker for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Assembly; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Speaker gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the National Assembly Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-A of the Rules of Procedure.- that after rule 201, the following new rule 201-A, shall be inserted namely:- “201-A.Procedure for submission of Public Petition. - (1) Subject to the provision of these rules, a person may submit a petition to the Speaker containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government, The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on the website of Assembly or by post or by delivering in the National Assembly Secretariat by hand. Every petition shall be registered in the Register as prescribed and allotted a serial number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed of shall be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Speaker directs otherwise, the following shall be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate order. The Speaker will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Speaker for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty working days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Speaker for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Assembly; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Speaker gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the National Assembly Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 200, after sub-rule (4), the following new sub-rule (5) shall be added, namely:- “(5) The concerned Minister or Minister of State or Parliamentary Secretary shall attend the meeting of the Committee
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 200, after sub-rule (4), the following new sub-rule (5) shall be added, namely:- “(5) The concerned Minister or Minister of State or Parliamentary Secretary shall attend the meeting of the Committee
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 200, after sub-rule (4), the following new sub-rule (5) shall be added, namely:- “(5) The concerned Minister or Minister of State or Parliamentary Secretary shall attend the meeting of the Committee
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 200, after sub-rule (4), the following new sub-rule (5) shall be added, namely:- “(5) The concerned Minister or Minister of State or Parliamentary Secretary shall attend the meeting of the Committee
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (1) of rule 200, for the words “ascertainment of the Leader of the House”, the words “election of the Prime Minister”, shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 32 7 Dr. Azra Fazal Pecheho, PPPP
Amendment in rule 122 of Rules of Procedure.- In rule 122, the following new proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided further that the National Assembly may refer a Bill to the Committee of the Whole House
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 32 7 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
Amendment in rule 122 of Rules of Procedure.- In rule 122, the following new proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided further that the National Assembly may refer a Bill to the Committee of the Whole House
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 32 2 Shahida Akhtar Ali, JUI
Amendment in rule 122 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 122, in the third line, after the last word “Bill”, the words “ and the Standing Committee shall report back to the Assembly within six months”, shall be added
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 32 2 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
Amendment in rule 122 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 122, in the third line, after the last word “Bill”, the words “ and the Standing Committee shall report back to the Assembly within six months”, shall be added
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 32 2 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, JUI
Amendment in rule 122 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 122, in the third line, after the last word “Bill”, the words “ and the Standing Committee shall report back to the Assembly within six months”, shall be added
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 32 2 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in rule 122 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 122, in the third line, after the last word “Bill”, the words “ and the Standing Committee shall report back to the Assembly within six months”, shall be added
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Insertion of new rules after rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 292, the following new rules shall be added, namely:- “292-A. National Assembly Forum for Policy Research.- There shall be a Forum known as the “National Assembly Forum for Policy Research. 292-B. Composition of the Forum.- (1) The Forum shall consist of twenty Members, ten sitting Members of the National Assembly and ten former Members of the Assembly as nominated by the Speaker in consultation with the Parliamentary Leaders in the House. (2) The Speaker shall be the Patron of the Forum. (3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected. (4) The Secretary of the National Assembly shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Forum and will be responsible for maintaining the record of the Forum and to correspond on its behalf. 292-C. Tenure of the Members.- (1) The tenure of the Members shall be for a period of three years. (2) The Speaker shall nominate members of the Forum within thirty days of the commencement of the term of the newly elected members. 292-D. Casual vacancies.- A member may resign at any time. If a seat becomes vacant due to resignation of a member or any other eventuality, the Speaker shall appoint another member of the Forum in his place, in the manner provided in Rule 292-B. 292-E. Functions of the Forum.- The functions of the Forum shall be following:- (a) It shall assist and advice, as and when required, the Assembly, the Speaker, the Committee, the Members and the Secretariat:- (b) It shall study questions of public importance that are already under consideration or likely to come up before the Assembly and recommend policy options/solutions; (c) It shall act as an ideas generation and support forum for the members of Assembly in discharge of their functions; (d) It shall promote partnership amongst sitting and former members of the Assembly. Besides Workshops, Seminars etc., it shall organize an Annual General Meeting of former and sitting members; (e) It shall suggest ways and means to enhance the efficiency, working and effectiveness of the Committees; (f) It shall compile and disseminate knowledge generated by Assembly proceedings, Committee reports and proceedings at international and regional Parliamentary meetings; (g) It shall provide input on policy issues; (h) It shall supervise the compilation of a book on Parliamentary Practice and procedure with special reference to Parliament of Pakistan; (i) It shall supervise the compilation of a book containing the Rulings of the Speaker given by him/her from time to time: (j) It shall suggest ways and means to promote democratic traditions and principles; (k) It shall advise and guide the legislative drafting unit and research cell of the Assembly and the PIPS; and (l) It shall, in consultation with the Speaker, advice the donor agencies regarding Parliamentary Development Programs. 292-F. Meetings of the Forum.- (1) The Chairman of the Forum shall call the meeting of the Forum, at least once in two months or when a majority of the members give a notice in writing. (2) The agenda of the meeting shall be proposed by the Secretary, under the directions of the Chairman of the Forum and shall be sent to the members at least seven days before the meeting. (3) All the decisions of the Forum shall be taken by majority of the members present and voting. (4) All the proceedings of the Forum shall be recorded by the Secretary in the minute’s book and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Forum. (5) The Chairman may call an extraordinary meeting at a shorter notice if so required. 292-G. Reports of the Forum.- The Forum shall present the annual report of its activities to the Assembly in the first session after completion of first year: (2) The report shall be presented by the Chairman of the Forum or a member authorized by him in this behalf. (3) The Assembly may discuss the report of the Forum and pass such directions as it may deem fit. 292-H. Miscellaneous.- (1) The expenses for running the Forum shall be provided by the Assembly. (2) It shall have the status of Standing Committee of the Assembly and shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly. (3) A former member of the Assembly appointed to the Forum shall be allowed the TA, DA and accommodation expenses available to a sitting member while attending meetings or performing functions related to or in connection with the Forum”
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Insertion of new rules after rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 292, the following new rules shall be added, namely:- “292-A. National Assembly Forum for Policy Research.- There shall be a Forum known as the “National Assembly Forum for Policy Research. 292-B. Composition of the Forum.- (1) The Forum shall consist of twenty Members, ten sitting Members of the National Assembly and ten former Members of the Assembly as nominated by the Speaker in consultation with the Parliamentary Leaders in the House. (2) The Speaker shall be the Patron of the Forum. (3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected. (4) The Secretary of the National Assembly shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Forum and will be responsible for maintaining the record of the Forum and to correspond on its behalf. 292-C. Tenure of the Members.- (1) The tenure of the Members shall be for a period of three years. (2) The Speaker shall nominate members of the Forum within thirty days of the commencement of the term of the newly elected members. 292-D. Casual vacancies.- A member may resign at any time. If a seat becomes vacant due to resignation of a member or any other eventuality, the Speaker shall appoint another member of the Forum in his place, in the manner provided in Rule 292-B. 292-E. Functions of the Forum.- The functions of the Forum shall be following:- (a) It shall assist and advice, as and when required, the Assembly, the Speaker, the Committee, the Members and the Secretariat:- (b) It shall study questions of public importance that are already under consideration or likely to come up before the Assembly and recommend policy options/solutions; (c) It shall act as an ideas generation and support forum for the members of Assembly in discharge of their functions; (d) It shall promote partnership amongst sitting and former members of the Assembly. Besides Workshops, Seminars etc., it shall organize an Annual General Meeting of former and sitting members; (e) It shall suggest ways and means to enhance the efficiency, working and effectiveness of the Committees; (f) It shall compile and disseminate knowledge generated by Assembly proceedings, Committee reports and proceedings at international and regional Parliamentary meetings; (g) It shall provide input on policy issues; (h) It shall supervise the compilation of a book on Parliamentary Practice and procedure with special reference to Parliament of Pakistan; (i) It shall supervise the compilation of a book containing the Rulings of the Speaker given by him/her from time to time: (j) It shall suggest ways and means to promote democratic traditions and principles; (k) It shall advise and guide the legislative drafting unit and research cell of the Assembly and the PIPS; and (l) It shall, in consultation with the Speaker, advice the donor agencies regarding Parliamentary Development Programs. 292-F. Meetings of the Forum.- (1) The Chairman of the Forum shall call the meeting of the Forum, at least once in two months or when a majority of the members give a notice in writing. (2) The agenda of the meeting shall be proposed by the Secretary, under the directions of the Chairman of the Forum and shall be sent to the members at least seven days before the meeting. (3) All the decisions of the Forum shall be taken by majority of the members present and voting. (4) All the proceedings of the Forum shall be recorded by the Secretary in the minute’s book and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Forum. (5) The Chairman may call an extraordinary meeting at a shorter notice if so required. 292-G. Reports of the Forum.- The Forum shall present the annual report of its activities to the Assembly in the first session after completion of first year: (2) The report shall be presented by the Chairman of the Forum or a member authorized by him in this behalf. (3) The Assembly may discuss the report of the Forum and pass such directions as it may deem fit. 292-H. Miscellaneous.- (1) The expenses for running the Forum shall be provided by the Assembly. (2) It shall have the status of Standing Committee of the Assembly and shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly. (3) A former member of the Assembly appointed to the Forum shall be allowed the TA, DA and accommodation expenses available to a sitting member while attending meetings or performing functions related to or in connection with the Forum”
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Insertion of new rules after rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 292, the following new rules shall be added, namely:- “292-A. National Assembly Forum for Policy Research.- There shall be a Forum known as the “National Assembly Forum for Policy Research. 292-B. Composition of the Forum.- (1) The Forum shall consist of twenty Members, ten sitting Members of the National Assembly and ten former Members of the Assembly as nominated by the Speaker in consultation with the Parliamentary Leaders in the House. (2) The Speaker shall be the Patron of the Forum. (3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected. (4) The Secretary of the National Assembly shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Forum and will be responsible for maintaining the record of the Forum and to correspond on its behalf. 292-C. Tenure of the Members.- (1) The tenure of the Members shall be for a period of three years. (2) The Speaker shall nominate members of the Forum within thirty days of the commencement of the term of the newly elected members. 292-D. Casual vacancies.- A member may resign at any time. If a seat becomes vacant due to resignation of a member or any other eventuality, the Speaker shall appoint another member of the Forum in his place, in the manner provided in Rule 292-B. 292-E. Functions of the Forum.- The functions of the Forum shall be following:- (a) It shall assist and advice, as and when required, the Assembly, the Speaker, the Committee, the Members and the Secretariat:- (b) It shall study questions of public importance that are already under consideration or likely to come up before the Assembly and recommend policy options/solutions; (c) It shall act as an ideas generation and support forum for the members of Assembly in discharge of their functions; (d) It shall promote partnership amongst sitting and former members of the Assembly. Besides Workshops, Seminars etc., it shall organize an Annual General Meeting of former and sitting members; (e) It shall suggest ways and means to enhance the efficiency, working and effectiveness of the Committees; (f) It shall compile and disseminate knowledge generated by Assembly proceedings, Committee reports and proceedings at international and regional Parliamentary meetings; (g) It shall provide input on policy issues; (h) It shall supervise the compilation of a book on Parliamentary Practice and procedure with special reference to Parliament of Pakistan; (i) It shall supervise the compilation of a book containing the Rulings of the Speaker given by him/her from time to time: (j) It shall suggest ways and means to promote democratic traditions and principles; (k) It shall advise and guide the legislative drafting unit and research cell of the Assembly and the PIPS; and (l) It shall, in consultation with the Speaker, advice the donor agencies regarding Parliamentary Development Programs. 292-F. Meetings of the Forum.- (1) The Chairman of the Forum shall call the meeting of the Forum, at least once in two months or when a majority of the members give a notice in writing. (2) The agenda of the meeting shall be proposed by the Secretary, under the directions of the Chairman of the Forum and shall be sent to the members at least seven days before the meeting. (3) All the decisions of the Forum shall be taken by majority of the members present and voting. (4) All the proceedings of the Forum shall be recorded by the Secretary in the minute’s book and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Forum. (5) The Chairman may call an extraordinary meeting at a shorter notice if so required. 292-G. Reports of the Forum.- The Forum shall present the annual report of its activities to the Assembly in the first session after completion of first year: (2) The report shall be presented by the Chairman of the Forum or a member authorized by him in this behalf. (3) The Assembly may discuss the report of the Forum and pass such directions as it may deem fit. 292-H. Miscellaneous.- (1) The expenses for running the Forum shall be provided by the Assembly. (2) It shall have the status of Standing Committee of the Assembly and shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly. (3) A former member of the Assembly appointed to the Forum shall be allowed the TA, DA and accommodation expenses available to a sitting member while attending meetings or performing functions related to or in connection with the Forum”
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Insertion of new rules after rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 292, the following new rules shall be added, namely:- “292-A. National Assembly Forum for Policy Research.- There shall be a Forum known as the “National Assembly Forum for Policy Research. 292-B. Composition of the Forum.- (1) The Forum shall consist of twenty Members, ten sitting Members of the National Assembly and ten former Members of the Assembly as nominated by the Speaker in consultation with the Parliamentary Leaders in the House. (2) The Speaker shall be the Patron of the Forum. (3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected. (4) The Secretary of the National Assembly shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Forum and will be responsible for maintaining the record of the Forum and to correspond on its behalf. 292-C. Tenure of the Members.- (1) The tenure of the Members shall be for a period of three years. (2) The Speaker shall nominate members of the Forum within thirty days of the commencement of the term of the newly elected members. 292-D. Casual vacancies.- A member may resign at any time. If a seat becomes vacant due to resignation of a member or any other eventuality, the Speaker shall appoint another member of the Forum in his place, in the manner provided in Rule 292-B. 292-E. Functions of the Forum.- The functions of the Forum shall be following:- (a) It shall assist and advice, as and when required, the Assembly, the Speaker, the Committee, the Members and the Secretariat:- (b) It shall study questions of public importance that are already under consideration or likely to come up before the Assembly and recommend policy options/solutions; (c) It shall act as an ideas generation and support forum for the members of Assembly in discharge of their functions; (d) It shall promote partnership amongst sitting and former members of the Assembly. Besides Workshops, Seminars etc., it shall organize an Annual General Meeting of former and sitting members; (e) It shall suggest ways and means to enhance the efficiency, working and effectiveness of the Committees; (f) It shall compile and disseminate knowledge generated by Assembly proceedings, Committee reports and proceedings at international and regional Parliamentary meetings; (g) It shall provide input on policy issues; (h) It shall supervise the compilation of a book on Parliamentary Practice and procedure with special reference to Parliament of Pakistan; (i) It shall supervise the compilation of a book containing the Rulings of the Speaker given by him/her from time to time: (j) It shall suggest ways and means to promote democratic traditions and principles; (k) It shall advise and guide the legislative drafting unit and research cell of the Assembly and the PIPS; and (l) It shall, in consultation with the Speaker, advice the donor agencies regarding Parliamentary Development Programs. 292-F. Meetings of the Forum.- (1) The Chairman of the Forum shall call the meeting of the Forum, at least once in two months or when a majority of the members give a notice in writing. (2) The agenda of the meeting shall be proposed by the Secretary, under the directions of the Chairman of the Forum and shall be sent to the members at least seven days before the meeting. (3) All the decisions of the Forum shall be taken by majority of the members present and voting. (4) All the proceedings of the Forum shall be recorded by the Secretary in the minute’s book and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Forum. (5) The Chairman may call an extraordinary meeting at a shorter notice if so required. 292-G. Reports of the Forum.- The Forum shall present the annual report of its activities to the Assembly in the first session after completion of first year: (2) The report shall be presented by the Chairman of the Forum or a member authorized by him in this behalf. (3) The Assembly may discuss the report of the Forum and pass such directions as it may deem fit. 292-H. Miscellaneous.- (1) The expenses for running the Forum shall be provided by the Assembly. (2) It shall have the status of Standing Committee of the Assembly and shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly. (3) A former member of the Assembly appointed to the Forum shall be allowed the TA, DA and accommodation expenses available to a sitting member while attending meetings or performing functions related to or in connection with the Forum”
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 249 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 249; (i) for the word “Chairmen” where ever occurring, the word “Chairpersons” shall be substituted. (ii) after marginal heading, the brackets and figure “(1)” shall be inserted; and (iii) following new sub-rule (2) shall be added namely:- “(2) The meeting of the Counsel of Chairpersons shall be held after every three months
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 249 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 249; (i) for the word “Chairmen” where ever occurring, the word “Chairpersons” shall be substituted. (ii) after marginal heading, the brackets and figure “(1)” shall be inserted; and (iii) following new sub-rule (2) shall be added namely:- “(2) The meeting of the Counsel of Chairpersons shall be held after every three months
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 249 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 249; (i) for the word “Chairmen” where ever occurring, the word “Chairpersons” shall be substituted. (ii) after marginal heading, the brackets and figure “(1)” shall be inserted; and (iii) following new sub-rule (2) shall be added namely:- “(2) The meeting of the Counsel of Chairpersons shall be held after every three months
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 249 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 249; (i) for the word “Chairmen” where ever occurring, the word “Chairpersons” shall be substituted. (ii) after marginal heading, the brackets and figure “(1)” shall be inserted; and (iii) following new sub-rule (2) shall be added namely:- “(2) The meeting of the Counsel of Chairpersons shall be held after every three months
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 237 of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 237, in sub-rule (3), between the word “may” and “allot”, the words “within seven days in the same session, and if not possible, in the next session” shall be inserted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 237 of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 237, in sub-rule (3), between the word “may” and “allot”, the words “within seven days in the same session, and if not possible, in the next session” shall be inserted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 237 of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 237, in sub-rule (3), between the word “may” and “allot”, the words “within seven days in the same session, and if not possible, in the next session” shall be inserted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 237 of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 237, in sub-rule (3), between the word “may” and “allot”, the words “within seven days in the same session, and if not possible, in the next session” shall be inserted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 234-A, for the word “six”, the word “four”, shall be substituted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 234-A, for the word “six”, the word “four”, shall be substituted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 234-A, for the word “six”, the word “four”, shall be substituted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 234-A, for the word “six”, the word “four”, shall be substituted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 230 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 230, for the words “Confidential or Secret ” wherever occurring, the word “open” shall be substituted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 230 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 230, for the words “Confidential or Secret ” wherever occurring, the word “open” shall be substituted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 230 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 230, for the words “Confidential or Secret ” wherever occurring, the word “open” shall be substituted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 230 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 230, for the words “Confidential or Secret ” wherever occurring, the word “open” shall be substituted
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 225, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule ( 6) , shall be added namely:- “(6) There shall be at least six meetings of the Committee every year
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 225, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule ( 6) , shall be added namely:- “(6) There shall be at least six meetings of the Committee every year
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 225, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule ( 6) , shall be added namely:- “(6) There shall be at least six meetings of the Committee every year
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 225, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule ( 6) , shall be added namely:- “(6) There shall be at least six meetings of the Committee every year
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 216 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 216, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), shall be added, namely:- “(3) At least five women shall be elected as Chairpersons of the Standing Committees. (4) The Chairpersons of the Committees shall be from all Parliamentary Parties and Groups including Opposition as per their strength in the National Assembly; (5) Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee shall be the Leader of the Opposition or any other Member from the Opposition
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 216 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 216, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), shall be added, namely:- “(3) At least five women shall be elected as Chairpersons of the Standing Committees. (4) The Chairpersons of the Committees shall be from all Parliamentary Parties and Groups including Opposition as per their strength in the National Assembly; (5) Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee shall be the Leader of the Opposition or any other Member from the Opposition
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 216 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 216, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), shall be added, namely:- “(3) At least five women shall be elected as Chairpersons of the Standing Committees. (4) The Chairpersons of the Committees shall be from all Parliamentary Parties and Groups including Opposition as per their strength in the National Assembly; (5) Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee shall be the Leader of the Opposition or any other Member from the Opposition
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 216 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 216, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), shall be added, namely:- “(3) At least five women shall be elected as Chairpersons of the Standing Committees. (4) The Chairpersons of the Committees shall be from all Parliamentary Parties and Groups including Opposition as per their strength in the National Assembly; (5) Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee shall be the Leader of the Opposition or any other Member from the Opposition
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 211 of the Rules of Procedure.- That the rule 211, shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (1) of rule 211 and the following new sub-rules (2) and (3) shall be added, namely: “(2) During a session, National Assembly Secretariat shall submit on daily basis the record of Government Assurances to the Chairman Committee so that the Committee may take cognizance of the matters referred to in sub-rule (1); (3) The Minister concerned shall submit report of implementation within 15 days to the Committee
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 211 of the Rules of Procedure.- That the rule 211, shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (1) of rule 211 and the following new sub-rules (2) and (3) shall be added, namely: “(2) During a session, National Assembly Secretariat shall submit on daily basis the record of Government Assurances to the Chairman Committee so that the Committee may take cognizance of the matters referred to in sub-rule (1); (3) The Minister concerned shall submit report of implementation within 15 days to the Committee
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 211 of the Rules of Procedure.- That the rule 211, shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (1) of rule 211 and the following new sub-rules (2) and (3) shall be added, namely: “(2) During a session, National Assembly Secretariat shall submit on daily basis the record of Government Assurances to the Chairman Committee so that the Committee may take cognizance of the matters referred to in sub-rule (1); (3) The Minister concerned shall submit report of implementation within 15 days to the Committee
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 211 of the Rules of Procedure.- That the rule 211, shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (1) of rule 211 and the following new sub-rules (2) and (3) shall be added, namely: “(2) During a session, National Assembly Secretariat shall submit on daily basis the record of Government Assurances to the Chairman Committee so that the Committee may take cognizance of the matters referred to in sub-rule (1); (3) The Minister concerned shall submit report of implementation within 15 days to the Committee
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Insertion of rule 201-B of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 201-A, the following new rule 201-B, shall be added namely:- “201-B. The unanimous recommendations of the Committee shall be binding on Government or concerned Ministry and compliance report thereof shall be submitted to the Committee within three months
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-B of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 201-A, the following new rule 201-B, shall be added namely:- “201-B. The unanimous recommendations of the Committee shall be binding on Government or concerned Ministry and compliance report thereof shall be submitted to the Committee within three months
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-B of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 201-A, the following new rule 201-B, shall be added namely:- “201-B. The unanimous recommendations of the Committee shall be binding on Government or concerned Ministry and compliance report thereof shall be submitted to the Committee within three months
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-B of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 201-A, the following new rule 201-B, shall be added namely:- “201-B. The unanimous recommendations of the Committee shall be binding on Government or concerned Ministry and compliance report thereof shall be submitted to the Committee within three months
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Insertion of rule 201-A of the Rules of Procedure.- that after rule 201, the following new rule 201-A, shall be inserted namely:- “201-A.Procedure for submission of Public Petition. - (1) Subject to the provision of these rules, a person may submit a petition to the Speaker containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government, The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on the website of Assembly or by post or by delivering in the National Assembly Secretariat by hand. Every petition shall be registered in the Register as prescribed and allotted a serial number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed of shall be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Speaker directs otherwise, the following shall be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate order. The Speaker will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Speaker for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty working days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Speaker for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Assembly; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Speaker gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the National Assembly Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-A of the Rules of Procedure.- that after rule 201, the following new rule 201-A, shall be inserted namely:- “201-A.Procedure for submission of Public Petition. - (1) Subject to the provision of these rules, a person may submit a petition to the Speaker containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government, The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on the website of Assembly or by post or by delivering in the National Assembly Secretariat by hand. Every petition shall be registered in the Register as prescribed and allotted a serial number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed of shall be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Speaker directs otherwise, the following shall be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate order. The Speaker will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Speaker for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty working days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Speaker for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Assembly; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Speaker gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the National Assembly Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-A of the Rules of Procedure.- that after rule 201, the following new rule 201-A, shall be inserted namely:- “201-A.Procedure for submission of Public Petition. - (1) Subject to the provision of these rules, a person may submit a petition to the Speaker containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government, The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on the website of Assembly or by post or by delivering in the National Assembly Secretariat by hand. Every petition shall be registered in the Register as prescribed and allotted a serial number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed of shall be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Speaker directs otherwise, the following shall be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate order. The Speaker will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Speaker for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty working days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Speaker for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Assembly; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Speaker gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the National Assembly Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Insertion of rule 201-A of the Rules of Procedure.- that after rule 201, the following new rule 201-A, shall be inserted namely:- “201-A.Procedure for submission of Public Petition. - (1) Subject to the provision of these rules, a person may submit a petition to the Speaker containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government, The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on the website of Assembly or by post or by delivering in the National Assembly Secretariat by hand. Every petition shall be registered in the Register as prescribed and allotted a serial number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed of shall be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Speaker directs otherwise, the following shall be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate order. The Speaker will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Speaker for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty working days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Speaker for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Assembly; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Speaker gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the National Assembly Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
Amendment in rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 200, after sub-rule (4), the following new sub-rule (5) shall be added, namely:- “(5) The concerned Minister or Minister of State or Parliamentary Secretary shall attend the meeting of the Committee
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
Amendment in rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 200, after sub-rule (4), the following new sub-rule (5) shall be added, namely:- “(5) The concerned Minister or Minister of State or Parliamentary Secretary shall attend the meeting of the Committee
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Najaf Abbas Sial, PML-N
Amendment in rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 200, after sub-rule (4), the following new sub-rule (5) shall be added, namely:- “(5) The concerned Minister or Minister of State or Parliamentary Secretary shall attend the meeting of the Committee
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 200, after sub-rule (4), the following new sub-rule (5) shall be added, namely:- “(5) The concerned Minister or Minister of State or Parliamentary Secretary shall attend the meeting of the Committee
Deferred
National 3 32 2 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (1) of rule 200, for the words “ascertainment of the Leader of the House”, the words “election of the Prime Minister”, shall be substituted
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 247 6 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
(i) in rule 2, in sub-rule (1), after the definition of “sitting”, the following definition of “Standing Orders” shall be inserted, namely:- “Standing Orders” means the written Orders of the Chairman notified by the Senate Secretariat.”. (ii) in rule 89 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate, 2012,- (a) in sub-rule (1), after the word “seats”, occurring at the end, the words “or ask them to cast their votes by operating the automatic vote recorder” shall be inserted; and (b) in sub-rule (2), after the word “rises”, wherever occurring, the words “or cast their vote by operating the automatic vote recorder in favor of the leave” shall be inserted; (iii) in rule 165, in sub-rule (1), for the word “twelve”, the word “ten” shall be substituted; and (iv) after rule 264, the following new rule 264A shall be added, namely:- “264A. Application of Standing Orders.- The Standing Orders notified by the Senate Secretariat with the approval of the Chairman shall be read and complied with as extension of these Rules in respect of Procedure and Conduct of Business of the Senate and its Committees. The Standing Orders shall also be read in extenso to the Rules and Procedures applicable to the Senate Secretariat.”
Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
In rule 28 sub rule (2) the schedule be substituted as given below: June Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 30th day of June August Not less than Seven days between 2nd day of August to 12th day of August September Not less than twelve days between 2nd day of September to 20th day of September October Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of October to 12th day of October November Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of November December Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 20th day of December January Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of January February Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of February March Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 20th day of March April Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of April May Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of May Total: Not less than hundred days
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In rule 28 sub rule (2) the schedule be substituted as given below: June Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 30th day of June August Not less than Seven days between 2nd day of August to 12th day of August September Not less than twelve days between 2nd day of September to 20th day of September October Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of October to 12th day of October November Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of November December Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 20th day of December January Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of January February Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of February March Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 20th day of March April Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of April May Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of May Total: Not less than hundred days
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
In Rule 69 sub clause (2) be deleted "(2) The member moving the call attention shall not have a right of reply and no other member except the member moving the call attention shall be allowed to speak on a call attention" and replaced with the following: (2) The member moving the call attention may ask one supplementary question. However, no other member except the member moving the call attention shall be allowed to speak on a call attention
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In Rule 69 sub clause (2) be deleted "(2) The member moving the call attention shall not have a right of reply and no other member except the member moving the call attention shall be allowed to speak on a call attention" and replaced with the following: (2) The member moving the call attention may ask one supplementary question. However, no other member except the member moving the call attention shall be allowed to speak on a call attention
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
In rule 5 (Quorum) and Rule no. 228 (Quorum) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh are similar, therefore the Rule 228 may be deleted
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In rule 5 (Quorum) and Rule no. 228 (Quorum) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh are similar, therefore the Rule 228 may be deleted
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
Rule 40 be delete and renumbering of rules accordingly
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
Rule 40 be delete and renumbering of rules accordingly
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
In rule 164 and where ever the word "Chairman" occurs in rules of procedure be substituted by the word "Chairperson"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In rule 164 and where ever the word "Chairman" occurs in rules of procedure be substituted by the word "Chairperson"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
In rule 68, the following sentence be added after the full stop; "the answer must be in writing and shall be placed on the table of every member"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
Sub-rule (2) of rules of procedure of the provincial assembly of Sindh: “The member moving the call attention shall not have a right of reply and no other member except the member moving the call attention shall be allowed to speak on a call attention” be substituted with “The member moving the call attention shall not have a right of reply and if the member is not present another member can move the call attention on his behalf and be allowed to speak on a call attention
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
In Rule 67 sub Rule (7) in proviso the word "day" may be substituted by "sitting" after the word "ballot for the next"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
In Rule 51 the word "Such" be substituted as "one"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
In sub-rule (3) of rules of procedure of the provincial assembly of Sindh the Friday timing of session may be fixed from 3:00 P.M to 7:00 P.M
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Heer Soho, MQM
In rule 86 of the rule of procedure of the provincial assembly of Sindh "The member may also attach the documentary proof (i.e. press clipping video or audio clipping as evidence of his adjournment"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In rule 86 of the rule of procedure of the provincial assembly of Sindh "The member may also attach the documentary proof (i.e. press clipping video or audio clipping as evidence of his adjournment"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 40 sub-rule (iii) should be added; (iii) A short notice question shall only be asked at that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 56 (1) the word “Wednesday may be replaced with the word “Week”
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 191 (1) following new clause may be added “After a Report laid in the house the speaker shall fix a day for its discussion”
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Heer Soho, MQM
In rule 142 (1) following words be added “After the words its the speaker shall fix a day for its discussion in the same session or next in the session
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Heer Soho, MQM
Rule 51 the word “five supplementary” be substituted with the word “Three supplementary”
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi, MQM
In sub rule (1) of rule 67 the word “Tuesday” be added after Monday and the word “and” be omitted after Thursday and the word “and Saturday” be added after Friday
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi, MQM
In sub rule (6) of rule 67 the chart be replaced as under Balloting - Inclusion in the list of business Monday - Wednesday Tuesday - Thursday Wednesday - Friday Thursday - Saturday Friday - Monday Saturday - Tuesday
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi, MQM
In Rule 67 and sub rule (3) the word “five” be replaced with “ten”
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 7 Heer Soho, MQM
Rule 28 sub-rule (3) (a) the word Friday should be add pray break from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 3 27 7 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
To insert an amendment in Rule 170 by inserting sub-rule 170-A for formation of Council of Chairmen
Adopted
Balochistan 3 27 6 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
To insert an amendment in Rule 170 by inserting sub-rule 170-A for formation of Council of Chairmen
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
In rule 28 sub rule (2) the schedule be substituted as given below: June Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 30th day of June August Not less than Seven days between 2nd day of August to 12th day of August September Not less than twelve days between 2nd day of September to 20th day of September October Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of October to 12th day of October November Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of November December Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 20th day of December January Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of January February Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of February March Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 20th day of March April Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of April May Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of May Total: Not less than hundred days
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In rule 28 sub rule (2) the schedule be substituted as given below: June Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 30th day of June August Not less than Seven days between 2nd day of August to 12th day of August September Not less than twelve days between 2nd day of September to 20th day of September October Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of October to 12th day of October November Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of November December Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 20th day of December January Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of January February Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of February March Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 20th day of March April Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of April May Not less than fifteen days between 2nd day of June to 12th day of May Total: Not less than hundred days
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
In Rule 69 sub clause (2) be deleted "(2) The member moving the call attention shall not have a right of reply and no other member except the member moving the call attention shall be allowed to speak on a call attention" and replaced with the following: (2) The member moving the call attention may ask one supplementary question. However, no other member except the member moving the call attention shall be allowed to speak on a call attention
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In Rule 69 sub clause (2) be deleted "(2) The member moving the call attention shall not have a right of reply and no other member except the member moving the call attention shall be allowed to speak on a call attention" and replaced with the following: (2) The member moving the call attention may ask one supplementary question. However, no other member except the member moving the call attention shall be allowed to speak on a call attention
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
In rule 5 (Quorum) and Rule no. 228 (Quorum) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh are similar, therefore the Rule 228 may be deleted
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In rule 5 (Quorum) and Rule no. 228 (Quorum) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh are similar, therefore the Rule 228 may be deleted
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
Rule 40 be delete and renumbering of rules accordingly
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
Rule 40 be delete and renumbering of rules accordingly
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
In rule 164 and where ever the word "Chairman" occurs in rules of procedure be substituted by the word "Chairperson"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In rule 164 and where ever the word "Chairman" occurs in rules of procedure be substituted by the word "Chairperson"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
In rule 68, the following sentence be added after the full stop; "the answer must be in writing and shall be placed on the table of every member"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
Sub-rule (2) of rules of procedure of the provincial assembly of Sindh: “The member moving the call attention shall not have a right of reply and no other member except the member moving the call attention shall be allowed to speak on a call attention” be substituted with “The member moving the call attention shall not have a right of reply and if the member is not present another member can move the call attention on his behalf and be allowed to speak on a call attention
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
In Rule 67 sub Rule (7) in proviso the word "day" may be substituted by "sitting" after the word "ballot for the next"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
In Rule 51 the word "Such" be substituted as "one"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
In sub-rule (3) of rules of procedure of the provincial assembly of Sindh the Friday timing of session may be fixed from 3:00 P.M to 7:00 P.M
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Heer Soho, MQM
In rule 86 of the rule of procedure of the provincial assembly of Sindh "The member may also attach the documentary proof (i.e. press clipping video or audio clipping as evidence of his adjournment"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In rule 86 of the rule of procedure of the provincial assembly of Sindh "The member may also attach the documentary proof (i.e. press clipping video or audio clipping as evidence of his adjournment"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 40 sub-rule (iii) should be added; (iii) A short notice question shall only be asked at that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 56 (1) the word “Wednesday may be replaced with the word “Week”
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 191 (1) following new clause may be added “After a Report laid in the house the speaker shall fix a day for its discussion”
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Heer Soho, MQM
In rule 142 (1) following words be added “After the words its the speaker shall fix a day for its discussion in the same session or next in the session
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Heer Soho, MQM
Rule 51 the word “five supplementary” be substituted with the word “Three supplementary”
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi, MQM
In sub rule (1) of rule 67 the word “Tuesday” be added after Monday and the word “and” be omitted after Thursday and the word “and Saturday” be added after Friday
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi, MQM
In sub rule (6) of rule 67 the chart be replaced as under Balloting - Inclusion in the list of business Monday - Wednesday Tuesday - Thursday Wednesday - Friday Thursday - Saturday Friday - Monday Saturday - Tuesday
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi, MQM
In Rule 67 and sub rule (3) the word “five” be replaced with “ten”
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 24 2 Heer Soho, MQM
Rule 28 sub-rule (3) (a) the word Friday should be add pray break from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Not Taken Up
KP 1 9 9 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
In rule 5, in sub rule (3), after the word ‘Bill’, comma and the words ‘resolutions and questions’, may be added
Rejected
Senate 13 246 6 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
(i) that in rule 184, in sub-rule (1), after the word “fix”, occurring at the end, the words “but a Committee may not sit without the leave of the Chairman at a time when the Senate is sitting”, shall be inserted; and (ii) that in rule 210, in sub-rule (2), the words “during a session of the Senate”, occurring at the end, shall be omitted.
Taken Up
Senate 13 246 6 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
(i) that in rule 184, in sub-rule (1), after the word “fix”, occurring at the end, the words “but a Committee may not sit without the leave of the Chairman at a time when the Senate is sitting”, shall be inserted; and (ii) that in rule 210, in sub-rule (2), the words “during a session of the Senate”, occurring at the end, shall be omitted.
Taken Up
National 3 29 8 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in rule 18 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 18, in sub-rule (1) after the word, “consent”, the words, “and at such date as the Speaker may fix”, shall be omitted
Not Taken Up
National 3 29 8 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 18 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 18, in sub-rule (1), the words, “and at such date as the Speaker may fix”, shall be omitted
Rejected
National 3 29 8 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (4) of rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 225, in sub-rule (4), for the words, “four members of the Committee”, the words, “one fourth of the total membership of the Committee” shall be substituted
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 10 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
(ii) In rule 198, in sub-rule (1), the words “in consultation with the Minister concerned” shall be omitted
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 10 Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, PML-N
(ii) In rule 198, in sub-rule (1), the words “in consultation with the Minister concerned” shall be omitted
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 10 Syed Muzafar Hussain Shah, PML-F
(ii) In rule 198, in sub-rule (1), the words “in consultation with the Minister concerned” shall be omitted
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 10 Nuzhat Sadiq, PML-N
(ii) In rule 198, in sub-rule (1), the words “in consultation with the Minister concerned” shall be omitted
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 10 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
(i) in rule 184, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(1) A sitting of Committee shall be held at such day and time as the Chairman of the Committee may fix: Provided that,- (i) The Secretary to the Committee shall communicate the date and time to the Secretary of the concerned Ministry/Division; (ii) The Secretary of the concerned Ministry/Division, shall within three days of the receipt of the intimation, convey his confirmation or suggest an alternate day and time which shall not vary the original date and time for more than one week; and (iii) If the concerned Secretary fails to respond in terms of paragraph (ii), the date and time given originally shall be deemed to be the date and time of the meeting: Provided further that in case of emergency, the Chairman of the Committee may, for the reasons to be recorded, call the meeting of the Committee without giving prior intimation, in terms of paragraph (i): Provided further that the meeting of a Committee for election of its Chairman shall be fixed by the Chairman Senate.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 10 Iqbal Zafar Jhagra, PML-N
(i) in rule 184, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(1) A sitting of Committee shall be held at such day and time as the Chairman of the Committee may fix: Provided that,- (i) The Secretary to the Committee shall communicate the date and time to the Secretary of the concerned Ministry/Division; (ii) The Secretary of the concerned Ministry/Division, shall within three days of the receipt of the intimation, convey his confirmation or suggest an alternate day and time which shall not vary the original date and time for more than one week; and (iii) If the concerned Secretary fails to respond in terms of paragraph (ii), the date and time given originally shall be deemed to be the date and time of the meeting: Provided further that in case of emergency, the Chairman of the Committee may, for the reasons to be recorded, call the meeting of the Committee without giving prior intimation, in terms of paragraph (i): Provided further that the meeting of a Committee for election of its Chairman shall be fixed by the Chairman Senate.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 10 Syed Muzafar Hussain Shah, PML-F
(i) in rule 184, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(1) A sitting of Committee shall be held at such day and time as the Chairman of the Committee may fix: Provided that,- (i) The Secretary to the Committee shall communicate the date and time to the Secretary of the concerned Ministry/Division; (ii) The Secretary of the concerned Ministry/Division, shall within three days of the receipt of the intimation, convey his confirmation or suggest an alternate day and time which shall not vary the original date and time for more than one week; and (iii) If the concerned Secretary fails to respond in terms of paragraph (ii), the date and time given originally shall be deemed to be the date and time of the meeting: Provided further that in case of emergency, the Chairman of the Committee may, for the reasons to be recorded, call the meeting of the Committee without giving prior intimation, in terms of paragraph (i): Provided further that the meeting of a Committee for election of its Chairman shall be fixed by the Chairman Senate.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 10 Nuzhat Sadiq, PML-N
(i) in rule 184, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(1) A sitting of Committee shall be held at such day and time as the Chairman of the Committee may fix: Provided that,- (i) The Secretary to the Committee shall communicate the date and time to the Secretary of the concerned Ministry/Division; (ii) The Secretary of the concerned Ministry/Division, shall within three days of the receipt of the intimation, convey his confirmation or suggest an alternate day and time which shall not vary the original date and time for more than one week; and (iii) If the concerned Secretary fails to respond in terms of paragraph (ii), the date and time given originally shall be deemed to be the date and time of the meeting: Provided further that in case of emergency, the Chairman of the Committee may, for the reasons to be recorded, call the meeting of the Committee without giving prior intimation, in terms of paragraph (i): Provided further that the meeting of a Committee for election of its Chairman shall be fixed by the Chairman Senate.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 8 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
(ii) in rule 257, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule shall be inserted, namely:- “(3) A detailed report of the business transacted by the Senate during a session shall be made public after prorogation of every session, as soon as practicable and a detailed report of the businesses transacted by the Senate during a parliamentary year shall also be made public at the end of each parliamentary year, as soon as practicable.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 8 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
(ii) in rule 257, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule shall be inserted, namely:- “(3) A detailed report of the business transacted by the Senate during a session shall be made public after prorogation of every session, as soon as practicable and a detailed report of the businesses transacted by the Senate during a parliamentary year shall also be made public at the end of each parliamentary year, as soon as practicable.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
(ii) in rule 257, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule shall be inserted, namely:- “(3) A detailed report of the business transacted by the Senate during a session shall be made public after prorogation of every session, as soon as practicable and a detailed report of the businesses transacted by the Senate during a parliamentary year shall also be made public at the end of each parliamentary year, as soon as practicable.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 8 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
(i) in rule 173, in sub-rule (1), for the word “four”, the word “five” shall be substituted
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 8 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
(i) in rule 173, in sub-rule (1), for the word “four”, the word “five” shall be substituted
Taken Up
Senate 13 243 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
(i) in rule 173, in sub-rule (1), for the word “four”, the word “five” shall be substituted
Taken Up
National 3 28 8 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
Insertion of new rule in the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, after rule 79, the following new rule 79(A), shall be added, namely:- “79(A) Prime Minister’s Question Time.- (1) There shall be a Prime Minister’s Question Time on the first Wednesday of every session. In the second half hour of the Question Hour, the Prime Minister shall respond to questions submitted by the members. Provided that the Leader of the Opposition shall have precedence over other members when taking up the questions and may ask not more than three supplementary questions. (2) The provisions relating to questions shall apply mutatis-mutandis to the Prime Minister’s Question Time.”
Rejected
National 3 28 8 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
Insertion of new rule in the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, after rule 79, the following new rule 79(A), shall be added, namely:- “79(A) Prime Minister’s Question Time.- (1) There shall be a Prime Minister’s Question Time on the first Wednesday of every session. In the second half hour of the Question Hour, the Prime Minister shall respond to questions submitted by the members. Provided that the Leader of the Opposition shall have precedence over other members when taking up the questions and may ask not more than three supplementary questions. (2) The provisions relating to questions shall apply mutatis-mutandis to the Prime Minister’s Question Time.”
Rejected
National 3 28 8 Shazia Marri, PPPP
Insertion of new rule in the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, after rule 79, the following new rule 79(A), shall be added, namely:- “79(A) Prime Minister’s Question Time.- (1) There shall be a Prime Minister’s Question Time on the first Wednesday of every session. In the second half hour of the Question Hour, the Prime Minister shall respond to questions submitted by the members. Provided that the Leader of the Opposition shall have precedence over other members when taking up the questions and may ask not more than three supplementary questions. (2) The provisions relating to questions shall apply mutatis-mutandis to the Prime Minister’s Question Time.”
Rejected
National 3 28 8 Imran Zafar Leghari, PPPP
Insertion of new rule in the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, after rule 79, the following new rule 79(A), shall be added, namely:- “79(A) Prime Minister’s Question Time.- (1) There shall be a Prime Minister’s Question Time on the first Wednesday of every session. In the second half hour of the Question Hour, the Prime Minister shall respond to questions submitted by the members. Provided that the Leader of the Opposition shall have precedence over other members when taking up the questions and may ask not more than three supplementary questions. (2) The provisions relating to questions shall apply mutatis-mutandis to the Prime Minister’s Question Time.”
Rejected
National 3 28 8 Mir Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani, PPPP
Insertion of new rule in the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, after rule 79, the following new rule 79(A), shall be added, namely:- “79(A) Prime Minister’s Question Time.- (1) There shall be a Prime Minister’s Question Time on the first Wednesday of every session. In the second half hour of the Question Hour, the Prime Minister shall respond to questions submitted by the members. Provided that the Leader of the Opposition shall have precedence over other members when taking up the questions and may ask not more than three supplementary questions. (2) The provisions relating to questions shall apply mutatis-mutandis to the Prime Minister’s Question Time.”
Rejected
National 3 28 8 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
Insertion of new rule in the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, after rule 79, the following new rule 79(A), shall be added, namely:- “79(A) Prime Minister’s Question Time.- (1) There shall be a Prime Minister’s Question Time on the first Wednesday of every session. In the second half hour of the Question Hour, the Prime Minister shall respond to questions submitted by the members. Provided that the Leader of the Opposition shall have precedence over other members when taking up the questions and may ask not more than three supplementary questions. (2) The provisions relating to questions shall apply mutatis-mutandis to the Prime Minister’s Question Time.”
Rejected
National 3 28 8 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
Insertion of new rule in the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, after rule 79, the following new rule 79(A), shall be added, namely:- “79(A) Prime Minister’s Question Time.- (1) There shall be a Prime Minister’s Question Time on the first Wednesday of every session. In the second half hour of the Question Hour, the Prime Minister shall respond to questions submitted by the members. Provided that the Leader of the Opposition shall have precedence over other members when taking up the questions and may ask not more than three supplementary questions. (2) The provisions relating to questions shall apply mutatis-mutandis to the Prime Minister’s Question Time.”
Rejected
National 3 28 8 Dr. Azra Fazal Pecheho, PPPP
Insertion of new rule in the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, after rule 79, the following new rule 79(A), shall be added, namely:- “79(A) Prime Minister’s Question Time.- (1) There shall be a Prime Minister’s Question Time on the first Wednesday of every session. In the second half hour of the Question Hour, the Prime Minister shall respond to questions submitted by the members. Provided that the Leader of the Opposition shall have precedence over other members when taking up the questions and may ask not more than three supplementary questions. (2) The provisions relating to questions shall apply mutatis-mutandis to the Prime Minister’s Question Time.”
Rejected
National 3 28 8 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
(3) Omission of rule 250.- that rule 250 shall be omitted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 28 8 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
(2) Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 158 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in sub-rule (1) of rule 158, the following new proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that a member may submit maximum 5 resolutions for a Session. On prorogation of the Session, all pending notices of resolutions shall lapse.”
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 28 8 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
(1) Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, the following new proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided further that a member may submit maximum 25 questions both starred and un-Starred from the intermediating period from prorogation of one session to prorogation of next session.”
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Senate 13 242 9 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
(i) in rule 43, in sub-rule (1), for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of sub-rule (1). Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (ii) in rule 65, in the existing proviso for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following second Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided further that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of this rule. Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (iii) in rule 86, for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of this rule. Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (iv) in rule 158, in sub-rule (1) after serial number (vi), the following new serial number shall be inserted, namely:- “(vii) Committee on Delegated Legislation.” (v) after the existing rule 172B, the following new rules shall be inserted, namely:- “172C. Committee on Delegated Legislation.- There shall be a Committee on delegated legislation to scrutinize and report to the Senate of Pakistan that whether the powers to make rules, regulations, bye-laws, schemes or other statutory instruments conferred by the Constitution or delegated by the Parliament have been timely and properly exercised within such conferment or delegation, as the case may be. 172D. Functions.- The functions of the Committee on Delegated Legislation shall be the following or such other as may be assigned to it from time to time:- (i) The Committee shall propose legislation/formulate policy for laying of each rule, regulation, bye-law, scheme or other statutory instrument (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Rules’) framed in pursuance of the Constitution or the legislative functions delegated by the Parliament to a subordinate authority. (ii) When the rules are so laid before the Parliament/Committee, the Committee shall, in particular consider:- (a) Whether the Rules are in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution or the Act of Parliament pursuant to which it is made; (b) Whether the Rules contain matter which in the opinion of the Committee should more properly be dealt with in an Act of Parliament; (c) Whether the Rules contain imposition of taxation; (d) Whether the Rules directly or indirectly bar the jurisdiction of the Court; (e) Whether the Rules give retrospective effect to any of the provisions in respect of which the Constitution or the Act does not expressly give any such power; (f) Whether the Rules appear to make some unusual or unexpected use of the power conferred by the Constitution or the Act pursuant to which it is made; (g) Whether there appears to have been unjustifiable delay in publication or laying the Rules before the Parliament; and (h) Whether for any reason, the form or purport of the Rules require any elucidation. 172E. Report.- (1) If the Committee is of the opinion that any Rules should be annulled wholly or partially, or should be amended in any respect, it shall report that opinion and the grounds thereof to the House. (2) If the Committee is of opinion that any other matter relating to any Rules should be brought to the notice of the Senate, it may report that opinion and matter to the House. (3) The Committee shall present a quarterly report before the House.” (vi) after the existing rule 212, the following new rule shall be inserted, namely:- “212A. Effect of retirement, etc., of a Member.- Business of a Member in respect of any matter under these rules shall lapse if the Member is appointed as Chairman Senate, Deputy Chairman, Minister or ceased to be a Member: Provided that a Private Members’ Bill passed by the Senate and transmitted to National Assembly shall not lapse.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 242 9 Mushahid Ullah Khan, PML-N
(i) in rule 43, in sub-rule (1), for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of sub-rule (1). Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (ii) in rule 65, in the existing proviso for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following second Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided further that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of this rule. Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (iii) in rule 86, for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of this rule. Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (iv) in rule 158, in sub-rule (1) after serial number (vi), the following new serial number shall be inserted, namely:- “(vii) Committee on Delegated Legislation.” (v) after the existing rule 172B, the following new rules shall be inserted, namely:- “172C. Committee on Delegated Legislation.- There shall be a Committee on delegated legislation to scrutinize and report to the Senate of Pakistan that whether the powers to make rules, regulations, bye-laws, schemes or other statutory instruments conferred by the Constitution or delegated by the Parliament have been timely and properly exercised within such conferment or delegation, as the case may be. 172D. Functions.- The functions of the Committee on Delegated Legislation shall be the following or such other as may be assigned to it from time to time:- (i) The Committee shall propose legislation/formulate policy for laying of each rule, regulation, bye-law, scheme or other statutory instrument (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Rules’) framed in pursuance of the Constitution or the legislative functions delegated by the Parliament to a subordinate authority. (ii) When the rules are so laid before the Parliament/Committee, the Committee shall, in particular consider:- (a) Whether the Rules are in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution or the Act of Parliament pursuant to which it is made; (b) Whether the Rules contain matter which in the opinion of the Committee should more properly be dealt with in an Act of Parliament; (c) Whether the Rules contain imposition of taxation; (d) Whether the Rules directly or indirectly bar the jurisdiction of the Court; (e) Whether the Rules give retrospective effect to any of the provisions in respect of which the Constitution or the Act does not expressly give any such power; (f) Whether the Rules appear to make some unusual or unexpected use of the power conferred by the Constitution or the Act pursuant to which it is made; (g) Whether there appears to have been unjustifiable delay in publication or laying the Rules before the Parliament; and (h) Whether for any reason, the form or purport of the Rules require any elucidation. 172E. Report.- (1) If the Committee is of the opinion that any Rules should be annulled wholly or partially, or should be amended in any respect, it shall report that opinion and the grounds thereof to the House. (2) If the Committee is of opinion that any other matter relating to any Rules should be brought to the notice of the Senate, it may report that opinion and matter to the House. (3) The Committee shall present a quarterly report before the House.” (vi) after the existing rule 212, the following new rule shall be inserted, namely:- “212A. Effect of retirement, etc., of a Member.- Business of a Member in respect of any matter under these rules shall lapse if the Member is appointed as Chairman Senate, Deputy Chairman, Minister or ceased to be a Member: Provided that a Private Members’ Bill passed by the Senate and transmitted to National Assembly shall not lapse.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 242 9 Nauman Wazir, PTI
(i) in rule 43, in sub-rule (1), for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of sub-rule (1). Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (ii) in rule 65, in the existing proviso for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following second Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided further that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of this rule. Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (iii) in rule 86, for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of this rule. Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (iv) in rule 158, in sub-rule (1) after serial number (vi), the following new serial number shall be inserted, namely:- “(vii) Committee on Delegated Legislation.” (v) after the existing rule 172B, the following new rules shall be inserted, namely:- “172C. Committee on Delegated Legislation.- There shall be a Committee on delegated legislation to scrutinize and report to the Senate of Pakistan that whether the powers to make rules, regulations, bye-laws, schemes or other statutory instruments conferred by the Constitution or delegated by the Parliament have been timely and properly exercised within such conferment or delegation, as the case may be. 172D. Functions.- The functions of the Committee on Delegated Legislation shall be the following or such other as may be assigned to it from time to time:- (i) The Committee shall propose legislation/formulate policy for laying of each rule, regulation, bye-law, scheme or other statutory instrument (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Rules’) framed in pursuance of the Constitution or the legislative functions delegated by the Parliament to a subordinate authority. (ii) When the rules are so laid before the Parliament/Committee, the Committee shall, in particular consider:- (a) Whether the Rules are in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution or the Act of Parliament pursuant to which it is made; (b) Whether the Rules contain matter which in the opinion of the Committee should more properly be dealt with in an Act of Parliament; (c) Whether the Rules contain imposition of taxation; (d) Whether the Rules directly or indirectly bar the jurisdiction of the Court; (e) Whether the Rules give retrospective effect to any of the provisions in respect of which the Constitution or the Act does not expressly give any such power; (f) Whether the Rules appear to make some unusual or unexpected use of the power conferred by the Constitution or the Act pursuant to which it is made; (g) Whether there appears to have been unjustifiable delay in publication or laying the Rules before the Parliament; and (h) Whether for any reason, the form or purport of the Rules require any elucidation. 172E. Report.- (1) If the Committee is of the opinion that any Rules should be annulled wholly or partially, or should be amended in any respect, it shall report that opinion and the grounds thereof to the House. (2) If the Committee is of opinion that any other matter relating to any Rules should be brought to the notice of the Senate, it may report that opinion and matter to the House. (3) The Committee shall present a quarterly report before the House.” (vi) after the existing rule 212, the following new rule shall be inserted, namely:- “212A. Effect of retirement, etc., of a Member.- Business of a Member in respect of any matter under these rules shall lapse if the Member is appointed as Chairman Senate, Deputy Chairman, Minister or ceased to be a Member: Provided that a Private Members’ Bill passed by the Senate and transmitted to National Assembly shall not lapse.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 242 9 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
(i) in rule 43, in sub-rule (1), for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of sub-rule (1). Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (ii) in rule 65, in the existing proviso for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following second Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided further that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of this rule. Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (iii) in rule 86, for the full stop (.) occurring at the end a colon (:) shall be substituted and thereafter the following Proviso and Explanation shall be added, namely:- “Provided that a notice received from an authenticated e-mail address of the Member to the prescribed e-mail address of the Senate Secretariat shall be deemed to be a proper notice in terms of this rule. Explanation.- For the purposes of this rule, ‘authenticated’ means an e-mail address duly verified by a Member and ‘prescribed’ means notified by the Senate Secretariat.” (iv) in rule 158, in sub-rule (1) after serial number (vi), the following new serial number shall be inserted, namely:- “(vii) Committee on Delegated Legislation.” (v) after the existing rule 172B, the following new rules shall be inserted, namely:- “172C. Committee on Delegated Legislation.- There shall be a Committee on delegated legislation to scrutinize and report to the Senate of Pakistan that whether the powers to make rules, regulations, bye-laws, schemes or other statutory instruments conferred by the Constitution or delegated by the Parliament have been timely and properly exercised within such conferment or delegation, as the case may be. 172D. Functions.- The functions of the Committee on Delegated Legislation shall be the following or such other as may be assigned to it from time to time:- (i) The Committee shall propose legislation/formulate policy for laying of each rule, regulation, bye-law, scheme or other statutory instrument (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Rules’) framed in pursuance of the Constitution or the legislative functions delegated by the Parliament to a subordinate authority. (ii) When the rules are so laid before the Parliament/Committee, the Committee shall, in particular consider:- (a) Whether the Rules are in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution or the Act of Parliament pursuant to which it is made; (b) Whether the Rules contain matter which in the opinion of the Committee should more properly be dealt with in an Act of Parliament; (c) Whether the Rules contain imposition of taxation; (d) Whether the Rules directly or indirectly bar the jurisdiction of the Court; (e) Whether the Rules give retrospective effect to any of the provisions in respect of which the Constitution or the Act does not expressly give any such power; (f) Whether the Rules appear to make some unusual or unexpected use of the power conferred by the Constitution or the Act pursuant to which it is made; (g) Whether there appears to have been unjustifiable delay in publication or laying the Rules before the Parliament; and (h) Whether for any reason, the form or purport of the Rules require any elucidation. 172E. Report.- (1) If the Committee is of the opinion that any Rules should be annulled wholly or partially, or should be amended in any respect, it shall report that opinion and the grounds thereof to the House. (2) If the Committee is of opinion that any other matter relating to any Rules should be brought to the notice of the Senate, it may report that opinion and matter to the House. (3) The Committee shall present a quarterly report before the House.” (vi) after the existing rule 212, the following new rule shall be inserted, namely:- “212A. Effect of retirement, etc., of a Member.- Business of a Member in respect of any matter under these rules shall lapse if the Member is appointed as Chairman Senate, Deputy Chairman, Minister or ceased to be a Member: Provided that a Private Members’ Bill passed by the Senate and transmitted to National Assembly shall not lapse.”
Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
Amendment of rule 118 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 118 the following new sub-rule (6), may be added namely: “(6) Copies of the Private Members Bills and Government Bills which may be laid down during the session may be made available to the members at the start of the session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the government is of an urgent nature
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 27 7 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment of rule 118 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 118 the following new sub-rule (6), may be added namely: “(6) Copies of the Private Members Bills and Government Bills which may be laid down during the session may be made available to the members at the start of the session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the government is of an urgent nature
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 27 7 Munaza Hassan, PTI
Amendment in sub-rule (2) of rule 120 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 120 the following new sub-rule 2 (a), shall be added, namely: “2(a) Copies of the Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the Session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 27 7 Asad Umar, PTI
Amendment in sub-rule (2) of rule 120 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 120 the following new sub-rule 2 (a), shall be added, namely: “2(a) Copies of the Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the Session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 27 7 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
Amendment in sub-rule (2) of rule 120 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 120 the following new sub-rule 2 (a), shall be added, namely: “2(a) Copies of the Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the Session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 27 7 Dr. Arif Alvi, PTI
Amendment in sub-rule (2) of rule 120 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 120 the following new sub-rule 2 (a), shall be added, namely: “2(a) Copies of the Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the Session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 27 7 Munaza Hassan, PTI
Amendment in rule 118 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 118, the following new sub-rule (6), may be added, namely: “(6) Copies of the Private Members’ Bills and Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 27 7 Asad Umar, PTI
Amendment in rule 118 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 118, the following new sub-rule (6), may be added, namely: “(6) Copies of the Private Members’ Bills and Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 27 7 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
Amendment in rule 118 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 118, the following new sub-rule (6), may be added, namely: “(6) Copies of the Private Members’ Bills and Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 27 7 Dr. Arif Alvi, PTI
Amendment in rule 118 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 118, the following new sub-rule (6), may be added, namely: “(6) Copies of the Private Members’ Bills and Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 3 27 7 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (4) of rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (4) of rule 225, for the word “four members of Committee” the words “one-fourth of the total membership of the committee”, shall be substituted
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Muhammad Safdar, PML-N
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted
Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Muhammad Safdar, PML-N
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Muhammad Safdar, PML-N
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added
Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted
Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added
Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, IND
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, IND
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 7 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, IND
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Munaza Hassan, PTI
Amendment in rule 118 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 118, the following new sub-rule (6), may be added, namely: “(6) Copies of the Private Members’ Bills and Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Asad Umar, PTI
Amendment in rule 118 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 118, the following new sub-rule (6), may be added, namely: “(6) Copies of the Private Members’ Bills and Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
Amendment in rule 118 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 118, the following new sub-rule (6), may be added, namely: “(6) Copies of the Private Members’ Bills and Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Dr. Arif Alvi, PTI
Amendment in rule 118 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 118, the following new sub-rule (6), may be added, namely: “(6) Copies of the Private Members’ Bills and Government Bills may be made available to the members at the start of the session. This may not apply to a Bill which in the opinion of the Government is of an urgent nature
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (4) of rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (4) of rule 225, for the word “four members of Committee” the words “one-fourth of the total membership of the committee”, shall be substituted
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
Amendment in sub-rule (3) of rule 83 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (3) of rule 83, for the word “may” the word “shall”, shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 27 2 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in sub-rule (3) of rule 83 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (3) of rule 83, for the word “may” the word “shall”, shall be substituted
Rejected
National 3 27 2 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, IND
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, IND
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 3 27 2 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, IND
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added
Not Taken Up
National 3 25 3 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in sub-rule (3) of rule 83 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (3) of rule 83, for the word “may” the word “shall”, shall be substituted
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
In rule 58 of the said Rules, for the word “two”, the word “twenty-four” shall be substituted
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Senate 13 238 6 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
(1) that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate, 2012, after rule 162A, the following new rule shall be added, namely:- “162B. Composition of Functional Committee on Devolution.- (1) The composition of the Functional Committee on Devolution shall be such as may be determined by the House, from time to time. (2) The provisions of rules 173 (1) and 183 (1) shall not be applicable to the Functional Committee on Devolution.”. (2) that the existing rules 277 and 278 be re-numbered as rule 278 and rule 279 respectively and the following new rule 277, shall be inserted, namely:- “277. Procedure for submission of Public Petitions.- (1) Subject to the provisions of these rules, any person may submit a petition to the Chairman Senate containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Senate Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government. The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on Senate website or by post or by delivering in the Senate Secretariat by hand. Every petition will be allotted a tracking number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed off will be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Chairman directs otherwise, the following will be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Chairman for appropriate decision. The Chairman will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Chairman for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Chairman for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Senate; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Chairman gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the Senate Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Chairman for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Taken Up
Senate 13 238 6 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
(1) that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate, 2012, after rule 162A, the following new rule shall be added, namely:- “162B. Composition of Functional Committee on Devolution.- (1) The composition of the Functional Committee on Devolution shall be such as may be determined by the House, from time to time. (2) The provisions of rules 173 (1) and 183 (1) shall not be applicable to the Functional Committee on Devolution.”. (2) that the existing rules 277 and 278 be re-numbered as rule 278 and rule 279 respectively and the following new rule 277, shall be inserted, namely:- “277. Procedure for submission of Public Petitions.- (1) Subject to the provisions of these rules, any person may submit a petition to the Chairman Senate containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Senate Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government. The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on Senate website or by post or by delivering in the Senate Secretariat by hand. Every petition will be allotted a tracking number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed off will be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Chairman directs otherwise, the following will be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Chairman for appropriate decision. The Chairman will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Chairman for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Chairman for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Senate; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Chairman gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the Senate Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Chairman for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Taken Up
National 3 24 12 Imran Zafar Leghari, PPPP
Amendment in rule 192 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 192, for the word “two” the word “three”, shall be substituted.
Not Taken Up
National 3 24 7 Imran Zafar Leghari, PPPP
Amendment in rule 192 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 192, for the word “two” the word “three”, shall be substituted.
Not Taken Up
National 3 24 2 Shahida Akhtar Ali, JUI
Insertion of new rule after rule 125 the following new rule shall be inserted, namely:- “125 A. certificate that the Bill is not repugnant to the injunctions of Islam.- The Minister or, as the case may be, a member shall attach a certificate with the notice of a Bill that the Bill is not repugnant to the injunctions of Islam as enshrined in Article 227 of the Constitution.
Rejected
National 3 24 2 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Insertion of new rule after rule 125 the following new rule shall be inserted, namely:- “125 A. certificate that the Bill is not repugnant to the injunctions of Islam.- The Minister or, as the case may be, a member shall attach a certificate with the notice of a Bill that the Bill is not repugnant to the injunctions of Islam as enshrined in Article 227 of the Constitution.
Rejected
National 3 24 2 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, JUI
Insertion of new rule after rule 125 the following new rule shall be inserted, namely:- “125 A. certificate that the Bill is not repugnant to the injunctions of Islam.- The Minister or, as the case may be, a member shall attach a certificate with the notice of a Bill that the Bill is not repugnant to the injunctions of Islam as enshrined in Article 227 of the Constitution.
Rejected
National 3 24 2 Mohammad Khan Sherani, JUI
Insertion of new rule after rule 125 the following new rule shall be inserted, namely:- “125 A. certificate that the Bill is not repugnant to the injunctions of Islam.- The Minister or, as the case may be, a member shall attach a certificate with the notice of a Bill that the Bill is not repugnant to the injunctions of Islam as enshrined in Article 227 of the Constitution.
Rejected
National 3 24 2 Imran Zafar Leghari, PPPP
Amendment in rule 192 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 192, for the word “two” the word “three”, shall be substituted.
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 237 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
(1) That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate, 2012, in rule 9,- (i) for sub-rule (2), the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(2)The first meeting of the Senate for election of the Chairman shall be presided over by the outgoing Chairman or, in his absence, by a person nominated by the President, for the purpose, hereinafter in this rule and in rule 10 referred to as the Presiding Officer: Provided that no person shall preside over the meeting for the election in which he himself is a candidate.”. (ii) after sub-rule (2) amended as aforesaid, the following new sub-rule shall be added, namely:- “(2A) Any subsequent meeting for the election of the Chairman shall be presided over by the outgoing Chairman or, in his absence, by the Deputy Chairman or when the office of Deputy Chairman is also vacant or he is otherwise unable to preside over such meeting, by a person nominated by the President, for the purpose, hereinafter in this rule and in rule 10 referred to as the Presiding Officer: Provided that no person shall preside over the meeting for the election in which he himself is a candidate.”. (2) that in rule 79, for sub-rule (2) the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(2) When a member is summoned by or required to appear before any commission, tribunal, authority, organization, agency or other, for any investigation or inquiry, as the case may be, the Chairman shall be informed of the same. The concerned authority shall intimate the brief facts/reasons.”. (3)that in rule 158, in sub-rule (1), after paragraph (iii), the following new paragraph shall be inserted, namely:- “(iii-a) Committee on Devolution;” (4) that after rule 162, the following new Heading and rule shall be added, namely:- “FUNCTIONAL COMMITTEE ON DEVOLUTION 162A. Functions.— The functions of the Committee on Devolution shall be the following or such others as may be assigned to it from time to time. The Committee shall:- (a) Review, on a continuous basis, implementation of devolution scheme as envisaged in the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973; (b) Identify and make remedial recommendations where the Constitution (Eighteenth Amendment) Act, 2010 has been deviated from, circumvented or not implemented; (c) identify and make recommendations to such aspects of the implementation plan/ process which due to administrative or lack of law or for any other reasons is facing or likely to face difficulty in its implementation; and (d) on regular basis, seek the views of the Federal Government, Provincial Governments and or any division, department, autonomous or semi-autonomous body/ bodies related with or pertaining to the process of implementation of the Constitution (Eighteenth Amendment) Act, 2010 to evaluate and oversee the implementation status of the Constitution (Eighteenth Amendment) Act, 2010.”. (5) that in rule 166, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule shall be added, namely:- “(6) All nominations of members to various Policy and Administrative Boards, Councils, etc. made by the Chairman shall be ratified by the concerned Committees within a period of thirty days of reference of nomination to the Committee, failing which the nomination shall be deemed to have been ratified: Provided that the Committee, for reasons to be recorded, may not ratify the nomination upon which the Chairman Senate shall nominate another Member which shall be ratified by the Committee within a period of fifteen days, failing which the nomination shall be deemed to have been ratified.”. (6) that in rule 182, the words and comma, “In addition to his vote as a member,”, occurring in the first and second lines shall be omitted. (7) that after rule 262, the following new rule shall be added, namely:- “262A. Secretary to make announcements in the House.- Subject to the provisions of Article 57 of the Constitution, the Secretary may, when asked to do so by the Chairman or the Presiding officer, or in the absence of the Chairman or the Presiding officer, if required under the circumstances, make announcements in the House.”. (8) that in Rule 277, after sub-rule (9), the following new sub-rule shall be added, namely:- “(10) The rule or amendment of a rule shall be known in the name of the Member who had moved it.”.
Taken Up
Senate 13 237 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
(1) That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate, 2012, in rule 9,- (i) for sub-rule (2), the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(2)The first meeting of the Senate for election of the Chairman shall be presided over by the outgoing Chairman or, in his absence, by a person nominated by the President, for the purpose, hereinafter in this rule and in rule 10 referred to as the Presiding Officer: Provided that no person shall preside over the meeting for the election in which he himself is a candidate.”. (ii) after sub-rule (2) amended as aforesaid, the following new sub-rule shall be added, namely:- “(2A) Any subsequent meeting for the election of the Chairman shall be presided over by the outgoing Chairman or, in his absence, by the Deputy Chairman or when the office of Deputy Chairman is also vacant or he is otherwise unable to preside over such meeting, by a person nominated by the President, for the purpose, hereinafter in this rule and in rule 10 referred to as the Presiding Officer: Provided that no person shall preside over the meeting for the election in which he himself is a candidate.”. (2) that in rule 79, for sub-rule (2) the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(2) When a member is summoned by or required to appear before any commission, tribunal, authority, organization, agency or other, for any investigation or inquiry, as the case may be, the Chairman shall be informed of the same. The concerned authority shall intimate the brief facts/reasons.”. (3)that in rule 158, in sub-rule (1), after paragraph (iii), the following new paragraph shall be inserted, namely:- “(iii-a) Committee on Devolution;” (4) that after rule 162, the following new Heading and rule shall be added, namely:- “FUNCTIONAL COMMITTEE ON DEVOLUTION 162A. Functions.— The functions of the Committee on Devolution shall be the following or such others as may be assigned to it from time to time. The Committee shall:- (a) Review, on a continuous basis, implementation of devolution scheme as envisaged in the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973; (b) Identify and make remedial recommendations where the Constitution (Eighteenth Amendment) Act, 2010 has been deviated from, circumvented or not implemented; (c) identify and make recommendations to such aspects of the implementation plan/ process which due to administrative or lack of law or for any other reasons is facing or likely to face difficulty in its implementation; and (d) on regular basis, seek the views of the Federal Government, Provincial Governments and or any division, department, autonomous or semi-autonomous body/ bodies related with or pertaining to the process of implementation of the Constitution (Eighteenth Amendment) Act, 2010 to evaluate and oversee the implementation status of the Constitution (Eighteenth Amendment) Act, 2010.”. (5) that in rule 166, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule shall be added, namely:- “(6) All nominations of members to various Policy and Administrative Boards, Councils, etc. made by the Chairman shall be ratified by the concerned Committees within a period of thirty days of reference of nomination to the Committee, failing which the nomination shall be deemed to have been ratified: Provided that the Committee, for reasons to be recorded, may not ratify the nomination upon which the Chairman Senate shall nominate another Member which shall be ratified by the Committee within a period of fifteen days, failing which the nomination shall be deemed to have been ratified.”. (6) that in rule 182, the words and comma, “In addition to his vote as a member,”, occurring in the first and second lines shall be omitted. (7) that after rule 262, the following new rule shall be added, namely:- “262A. Secretary to make announcements in the House.- Subject to the provisions of Article 57 of the Constitution, the Secretary may, when asked to do so by the Chairman or the Presiding officer, or in the absence of the Chairman or the Presiding officer, if required under the circumstances, make announcements in the House.”. (8) that in Rule 277, after sub-rule (9), the following new sub-rule shall be added, namely:- “(10) The rule or amendment of a rule shall be known in the name of the Member who had moved it.”.
Taken Up
Senate 13 237 1 Muhammad Mohsin Khan Leghari, IND
That in the said Rules, in rule 166, in sub-rule (4),- (i) for the word “expenditures”, appearing in the first line, the words “budgetary allocation and its utilization” shall be substituted; and (ii) for the “full stop” occurring at the end a “colon” shall be substituted and thereafter, the following proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that the Committee shall bi-annually examine the budgetary allocation and its utilization by the Ministry concerned and present a report in this regard before the House within forty-five days.”
Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (1) of rule 200, for the words “ ascertainment of the Leader of the House” the words “election of the Prime Minister” shall be substituted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 250 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 250, in the second proviso the word “three” shall be substituted by the word “ten”.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendment in rule 73 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, for rule 73 after the proviso the following new proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided further that not more than 50 Starred Questions shall be placed on the list of questions for any one day in total.”
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Agha Muhammad, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- “(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)".
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- “(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)".
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Shahida Akhtar Ali, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- “(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)".
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Muhammad Jamal Ud Din, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- “(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)".
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Ameer Zaman, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- “(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)".
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Qamar Ud Din, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- “(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)".
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Qari Muhammad Yousaf, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- “(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)".
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Muhammad Gohar Shah, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- “(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)".
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- “(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)".
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
Amendment in rule 91 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, for rule 91, the following shall be substituted, namely:- “91. Notice of Calling Attention. – Notice of Calling Attention shall be given three days before the Day on which the notice is to be considered and a copy thereof shall be forwarded to the Ministry/Division two days before its inclusion in the Orders of the Day.”
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 2 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Sanjay Perwani, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Muhammad Rehan Hashmi, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Khawaja Sohail Mansoor, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Syed Asif Hasnain, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Abdul Rashid Godil, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Sanjay Perwani, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Muhammad Rehan Hashmi, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Khawaja Sohail Mansoor, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Syed Asif Hasnain, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Abdul Rashid Godil, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Sanjay Perwani, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Muhammad Rehan Hashmi, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Khawaja Sohail Mansoor, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Syed Asif Hasnain, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Abdul Rashid Godil, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 2 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word translation, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Not Taken Up
National 2 21 6 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Sanjay Perwani, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Muhammad Rehan Hashmi, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Khawaja Sohail Mansoor, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Syed Asif Hasnain, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Abdul Rashid Godil, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “comma” the word “naat” shall be inserted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Sanjay Perwani, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Muhammad Rehan Hashmi, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Khawaja Sohail Mansoor, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Syed Asif Hasnain, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Abdul Rashid Godil, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69, between the words “the Holy Quran” and “and”, the words “and naat” shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Sanjay Perwani, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Muhammad Rehan Hashmi, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Khawaja Sohail Mansoor, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Syed Asif Hasnain, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Abdul Rashid Godil, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, after the word “translation”, the words “and naat” shall be added.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 21 6 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (1) of rule 200, for the words “ ascertainment of the Leader of the House”, the words “election of the Prime Minister”, shall be substituted
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Senate 13 234 5 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
That after rule 265, the following new rule shall be added, namely “265A. Periodical reports by Ministers on matters referred by the House.- (1) Ministers concerned shall, after every three months, appear before the House and make reports on all matters referred by the House and recommendations made by Committees. Explanation. - The time period of three months contemplated in this rule shall be computed from commencement of Parliamentary Year i.e. 12th March of every year, accordingly, reports shall be due in June, September, December and March. (2) The time for making reports shall be allotted on different days in rotation to the Ministers concerned as the Chairman may, from time to time, specify. (3) The Senate Secretariat shall, on monthly basis, issue a consolidated list of matters referred by the House and recommendations made by Committees.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 234 5 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
That in rule 194, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely “(1) Where the Senate has not fixed any time for the presentation of a report, the report of a Committee shall be presented within sixty days from the date on which reference was made to it by the Senate: Provided that the House may, on a motion for extension of time, moved before the expiry of time fixed by the Senate or within sixty days, allow that the time for presentation of the report be extended to a date specified in the motion: Provided further that if the House is not in session or is not likely to re-assemble till after the expiry of the date fixed for the presentation of the report, the Chairman in his Chamber may grant the required extension of time on behalf of the House and the House shall be informed of such extension of time as soon as it re-assembles. Explanation, - For the purposes of motion for extension of time, it shall be the responsibility of the Secretary Committee to initiate the process well before time.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 234 5 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
172A. Constituting the Committee The House may constitute itself into a Committee of the Whole on a motion by the Leader of the House or Leader of the Opposition. When the House constitutes itself into a Committee of the Whole, it functions as one Committee acting upon any matter(s) referred by the House and conducts its proceedings like a regular Committee with its membership composed of all the members of the House: Provided that if a motion to constitute the House into a Committee of the Whole is not passed, a similar motion shall not be presented within the same session. 172B. Proceedings (1) The Chairman or any member nominated by the Chairman shall preside over the Committee. (2) The Committee shall conduct business only when there is a quorum. If there is no quorum, the Chairman or the person nominated by the Chairman to preside shall immediately suspend its proceedings. (3) In addition to his vote as a member, the Chairman or the person nominated by the Chairman to preside shall, in the event of on equality of votes, have a casting vote. (4) Documents and papers in possession of the House or the Senate Secretariat may be called for by any member and read by the Secretary Senate for the information of the Committee unless the Committee orders otherwise. Resource persons and/or technical assistants may be invited to attend the proceedings, and upon permission of the Chairman, may directly answer questions and inquiries asked by the members. (5) When a Committee of the whole has concluded consideration of a matter referred to it, the Leader of the House or the Leader of the Opposition, as the case may be, shall make a report to the House. Matters reported shall be presented before the House for action as though reported by any other Committee. (6) The Committee shall have power to require the attendance of any person or summon production of papers, records from any Division, department, autonomous body, semiautonomous body or organization, or examine such persons on oath or solemn affirmation, or invite or summon any person to give evidence in relation to any matter under its consideration.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 234 5 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
That in rule 67 the following shall be substituted, namely (i) For the word “one”, the word “two” shall be substituted; and (ii)For the “full stop” occurring at the end a “colon” shall be substituted and thereafter, the following proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that the second matter shall not be raised by the same members who have raised the first matter.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 234 5 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
That in rule 58 the following shall be substituted, namely No publicity of answers to questions in advance. — Answers to questions which Ministers propose to give in the Senate shall be placed on the members’ desk as well as shall be electronically sent to the members two hours before the commencement of question hour and shall not be released for publication until the answers have actually been given on the floor of the Senate or laid on the Table.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 234 5 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That after rule 265, the following new rule shall be added, namely “265A. Periodical reports by Ministers on matters referred by the House.- (1) Ministers concerned shall, after every three months, appear before the House and make reports on all matters referred by the House and recommendations made by Committees. Explanation. - The time period of three months contemplated in this rule shall be computed from commencement of Parliamentary Year i.e. 12th March of every year, accordingly, reports shall be due in June, September, December and March. (2) The time for making reports shall be allotted on different days in rotation to the Ministers concerned as the Chairman may, from time to time, specify. (3) The Senate Secretariat shall, on monthly basis, issue a consolidated list of matters referred by the House and recommendations made by Committees.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 234 5 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 194, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely “(1) Where the Senate has not fixed any time for the presentation of a report, the report of a Committee shall be presented within sixty days from the date on which reference was made to it by the Senate: Provided that the House may, on a motion for extension of time, moved before the expiry of time fixed by the Senate or within sixty days, allow that the time for presentation of the report be extended to a date specified in the motion: Provided further that if the House is not in session or is not likely to re-assemble till after the expiry of the date fixed for the presentation of the report, the Chairman in his Chamber may grant the required extension of time on behalf of the House and the House shall be informed of such extension of time as soon as it re-assembles. Explanation, - For the purposes of motion for extension of time, it shall be the responsibility of the Secretary Committee to initiate the process well before time.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 234 5 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
172A. Constituting the Committee The House may constitute itself into a Committee of the Whole on a motion by the Leader of the House or Leader of the Opposition. When the House constitutes itself into a Committee of the Whole, it functions as one Committee acting upon any matter(s) referred by the House and conducts its proceedings like a regular Committee with its membership composed of all the members of the House: Provided that if a motion to constitute the House into a Committee of the Whole is not passed, a similar motion shall not be presented within the same session. 172B. Proceedings (1) The Chairman or any member nominated by the Chairman shall preside over the Committee. (2) The Committee shall conduct business only when there is a quorum. If there is no quorum, the Chairman or the person nominated by the Chairman to preside shall immediately suspend its proceedings. (3) In addition to his vote as a member, the Chairman or the person nominated by the Chairman to preside shall, in the event of on equality of votes, have a casting vote. (4) Documents and papers in possession of the House or the Senate Secretariat may be called for by any member and read by the Secretary Senate for the information of the Committee unless the Committee orders otherwise. Resource persons and/or technical assistants may be invited to attend the proceedings, and upon permission of the Chairman, may directly answer questions and inquiries asked by the members. (5) When a Committee of the whole has concluded consideration of a matter referred to it, the Leader of the House or the Leader of the Opposition, as the case may be, shall make a report to the House. Matters reported shall be presented before the House for action as though reported by any other Committee. (6) The Committee shall have power to require the attendance of any person or summon production of papers, records from any Division, department, autonomous body, semiautonomous body or organization, or examine such persons on oath or solemn affirmation, or invite or summon any person to give evidence in relation to any matter under its consideration.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 234 5 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 67 the following shall be substituted, namely (i) For the word “one”, the word “two” shall be substituted; and (ii)For the “full stop” occurring at the end a “colon” shall be substituted and thereafter, the following proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided that the second matter shall not be raised by the same members who have raised the first matter.”
Taken Up
Senate 13 234 5 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
That in rule 58 the following shall be substituted, namely No publicity of answers to questions in advance. — Answers to questions which Ministers propose to give in the Senate shall be placed on the members’ desk as well as shall be electronically sent to the members two hours before the commencement of question hour and shall not be released for publication until the answers have actually been given on the floor of the Senate or laid on the Table.”.
Taken Up
National 2 20 6 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
Amendments in rule 52, sub-rule (2) of rule 60, rule 110, sub-rule (3) of rule 118, sub-rule (2) of rule 129, sub-rule (5) of rule 170, sub-rule (3) of rule 170A, rule 175, sub-rule (2) of rule 198, sub-rule (3) of rule 198, sub-rule (2) of rule 200, sub-rule (4) of rule 200, rule 206, rule 210 and rule 244 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in rule 52, sub-rule (2) of rule 60, rule 110, sub-rule (3) of rule 118, sub-rule (2) of rule 129, sub-rule(5) of rule 170, sub-rule (3) of rule 170A, rule 175, sub-rule (2) of rule 198, sub-rule (3) of rule 198, sub-rule (2) of rule 200, sub-rule (4) of rule 200, rule 206, rule 210 and rule 244 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007: the words “Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs” wherever it occur may be substituted with the words “Parliamentary Affairs”.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 20 6 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
(2) Amendment in sub-rule (2) of rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure. that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (2) of rule 48, the word “Holly” may be substituted with the word “Holy”
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 2 20 6 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
(1) Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 2 of the Rules of Procedure that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (1) of rule 2, after the word “Constitution” the following new definition may be inserted namely; “Formal Character” means all sorts of business which takes place in the House except the “Adjournment Motion “and the “Bill”
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Sindh 2 18 18 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
I. In Rule 51 the word "Such" be substituted as "one" II. The Words "and three supplementary question by mover" may be added
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 18 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
In Rule 67 sub Rule (7) in proviso the word "day" may be substituted by "sitting" after the word "ballot for the next"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 18 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 56 (1) the Word "Wednesday" may be replaced with the word "week"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 18 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 18 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 18 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
In Rule 70, the word "immediately following the said notices shall lapse" be substituted as "shall lapse under the Rule 247"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 18 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
Rule no. 5 (Quorum) and Rule no. 228 (Quorum) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh are similar, therefore the Rule no. 228 may be deleted
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 231 2 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
Amendment of sub-rule (1) of rule 198, the words “in consultation with the Minister concerned”, occurring at the end, shall be omitted
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
Sindh 2 18 16 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 16 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
I. In Rule 51 the word "Such" be substituted as "one" II. The Words "and three supplementary question by mover" may be added
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 16 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
Rule no. 5 (Quorum) and Rule no. 228 (Quorum) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh are similar, therefore the Rule no. 228 may be deleted
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 16 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 16 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 56 (1) the Word "Wednesday" may be replaced with the word "week"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 13 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 13 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
I. In Rule 51 the word "Such" be substituted as "one" II. The Words "and three supplementary question by mover" may be added
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 13 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
Rule no. 5 (Quorum) and Rule no. 228 (Quorum) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh are similar, therefore the Rule no. 228 may be deleted
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 13 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 13 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 56 (1) the Word "Wednesday" may be replaced with the word "week"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 11 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 11 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
I. In Rule 51 the word "Such" be substituted as "one" II. The Words "and three supplementary question by mover" may be added
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 11 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
Rule no. 5 (Quorum) and Rule no. 228 (Quorum) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh are similar, therefore the Rule no. 228 may be deleted
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 11 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 11 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 56 (1) the Word "Wednesday" may be replaced with the word "week"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 8 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 8 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
I. In Rule 51 the word "Such" be substituted as "one" II. The Words "and three supplementary question by mover" may be added
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 8 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
Rule no. 5 (Quorum) and Rule no. 228 (Quorum) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh are similar, therefore the Rule no. 228 may be deleted
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 8 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 8 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 56 (1) the Word "Wednesday" may be replaced with the word "week"
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 5 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 5 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
I. In Rule 51 the word "Such" be substituted as "one" II. The Words "and three supplementary question by mover" may be added
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 5 Syed Khalid Ahmed, MQM
Rule no. 5 (Quorum) and Rule no. 228 (Quorum) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh are similar, therefore the Rule no. 228 may be deleted
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 5 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 40 Sub-rule (III) should be added: (III) A short notice Question shall only be asked of that particular department which is chosen for that day
Not Taken Up
Sindh 2 18 5 Heer Soho, MQM
In Rule 56 (1) the Word "Wednesday" may be replaced with the word "week"
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- "(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)"
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Shahida Akhtar Ali, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- "(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)"
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Muhammad Jamal Ud Din, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- "(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)"
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Ameer Zaman, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- "(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)"
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Qamar Ud Din, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- "(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)"
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Muhammad Gohar Shah, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- "(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)"
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- "(3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)"
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Syed Ali Raza Abidi, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Mehboob Alam, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Amendment in rule 112 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in the proviso of sub-rule (1) of rule 112, between the words "the Holy Quran” and “Comma" the words “naat” shall be inserted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Syed Ali Raza Abidi, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Mehboob Alam, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Amendment in rule 69 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 69 between the words “the Holy Quran" and "and", the words “and naat" shall be inserted and the comma shall be deleted
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Syed Ali Raza Abidi, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Mehboob Alam, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
Not Taken Up
National 2 18 6 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure:- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), after the word "translation" the words “and naat" shall be added at the end
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Senate 12 230 5 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
“that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate, 2012, in rule 270, for sub-rule (3), the following shall be substituted, namely:- “(3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected.”.
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National 2 17 10 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Amendment in rule 48 of the Rules of Procedure that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 48, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rule, shall be added, namely:- (3) Azan will be made at the scheduled hours and the Speaker may allow fifteen minutes break for offering Namaz (Prayer)
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National 2 14 7 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 119 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 119.- (a) in sub-rule (1) the ?full stop? at the end shall be omitted, and the words ?and copy of such Bills as set down in the Orders of the Day for Private members? business shall be supplied with the Orders of the Day to the members one day before the day on which a motion for leave to introduce the Bill is moved by the member in-charge?, shall be added. (b) In sub-rule (2) for the word ?when? occurring in the third line the word ?if? shall be substituted, and after full stop the words ?copy of the Bill shall be supplied to the members? shall be omitted.
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National 2 14 7 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 119 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 119.- (a) in sub-rule (1) the ?full stop? at the end shall be omitted, and the words ?and copy of such Bills as set down in the Orders of the Day for Private members? business shall be supplied with the Orders of the Day to the members one day before the day on which a motion for leave to introduce the Bill is moved by the member in-charge?, shall be added. (b) In sub-rule (2) for the word ?when? occurring in the third line the word ?if? shall be substituted, and after full stop the words ?copy of the Bill shall be supplied to the members? shall be omitted.
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National 2 14 7 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 119 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 119.- (a) in sub-rule (1) the ?full stop? at the end shall be omitted, and the words ?and copy of such Bills as set down in the Orders of the Day for Private members? business shall be supplied with the Orders of the Day to the members one day before the day on which a motion for leave to introduce the Bill is moved by the member in-charge?, shall be added. (b) In sub-rule (2) for the word ?when? occurring in the third line the word ?if? shall be substituted, and after full stop the words ?copy of the Bill shall be supplied to the members? shall be omitted.
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National 2 14 7 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 119 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 119.- (a) in sub-rule (1) the ?full stop? at the end shall be omitted, and the words ?and copy of such Bills as set down in the Orders of the Day for Private members? business shall be supplied with the Orders of the Day to the members one day before the day on which a motion for leave to introduce the Bill is moved by the member in-charge?, shall be added. (b) In sub-rule (2) for the word ?when? occurring in the third line the word ?if? shall be substituted, and after full stop the words ?copy of the Bill shall be supplied to the members? shall be omitted.
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National 2 14 2 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
Amendment in rule 119 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 119.- (a) in sub-rule (1) the ?full stop? at the end shall be omitted, and the words ?and copy of such Bills as set down in the Orders of the Day for Private members? business shall be supplied with the Orders of the Day to the members one day before the day on which a motion for leave to introduce the Bill is moved by the member in-charge?, shall be added. (b) In sub-rule (2) for the word ?when? occurring in the third line the word ?if? shall be substituted, and after full stop the words ?copy of the Bill shall be supplied to the members? shall be omitted.
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National 2 14 2 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Amendment in rule 119 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 119.- (a) in sub-rule (1) the ?full stop? at the end shall be omitted, and the words ?and copy of such Bills as set down in the Orders of the Day for Private members? business shall be supplied with the Orders of the Day to the members one day before the day on which a motion for leave to introduce the Bill is moved by the member in-charge?, shall be added. (b) In sub-rule (2) for the word ?when? occurring in the third line the word ?if? shall be substituted, and after full stop the words ?copy of the Bill shall be supplied to the members? shall be omitted.
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National 2 14 2 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in rule 119 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 119.- (a) in sub-rule (1) the ?full stop? at the end shall be omitted, and the words ?and copy of such Bills as set down in the Orders of the Day for Private members? business shall be supplied with the Orders of the Day to the members one day before the day on which a motion for leave to introduce the Bill is moved by the member in-charge?, shall be added. (b) In sub-rule (2) for the word ?when? occurring in the third line the word ?if? shall be substituted, and after full stop the words ?copy of the Bill shall be supplied to the members? shall be omitted.
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National 2 14 2 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
Amendment in rule 119 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 119.- (a) in sub-rule (1) the ?full stop? at the end shall be omitted, and the words ?and copy of such Bills as set down in the Orders of the Day for Private members? business shall be supplied with the Orders of the Day to the members one day before the day on which a motion for leave to introduce the Bill is moved by the member in-charge?, shall be added. (b) In sub-rule (2) for the word ?when? occurring in the third line the word ?if? shall be substituted, and after full stop the words ?copy of the Bill shall be supplied to the members? shall be omitted.
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National 1 11 2 Syed Asif Hasnain, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 10, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- ?(1) The Assembly shall, at the same time, proceed to elect a Deputy Speaker and the procedure prescribed in rule 9 shall also apply to the election of Deputy Speaker as if references therein to Speaker were references to the Deputy Speaker. The Process of election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker shall be carried out simultaneously
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 11 2 Sufyan Yousuf, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 10, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- ?(1) The Assembly shall, at the same time, proceed to elect a Deputy Speaker and the procedure prescribed in rule 9 shall also apply to the election of Deputy Speaker as if references therein to Speaker were references to the Deputy Speaker. The Process of election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker shall be carried out simultaneously
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 11 2 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 10, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- ?(1) The Assembly shall, at the same time, proceed to elect a Deputy Speaker and the procedure prescribed in rule 9 shall also apply to the election of Deputy Speaker as if references therein to Speaker were references to the Deputy Speaker. The Process of election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker shall be carried out simultaneously
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 11 2 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 10, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- ?(1) The Assembly shall, at the same time, proceed to elect a Deputy Speaker and the procedure prescribed in rule 9 shall also apply to the election of Deputy Speaker as if references therein to Speaker were references to the Deputy Speaker. The Process of election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker shall be carried out simultaneously
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 11 2 Sanjay Perwani, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 10, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- ?(1) The Assembly shall, at the same time, proceed to elect a Deputy Speaker and the procedure prescribed in rule 9 shall also apply to the election of Deputy Speaker as if references therein to Speaker were references to the Deputy Speaker. The Process of election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker shall be carried out simultaneously
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 11 2 Abdul Waseem, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 10, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- ?(1) The Assembly shall, at the same time, proceed to elect a Deputy Speaker and the procedure prescribed in rule 9 shall also apply to the election of Deputy Speaker as if references therein to Speaker were references to the Deputy Speaker. The Process of election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker shall be carried out simultaneously
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 11 2 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 10, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- ?(1) The Assembly shall, at the same time, proceed to elect a Deputy Speaker and the procedure prescribed in rule 9 shall also apply to the election of Deputy Speaker as if references therein to Speaker were references to the Deputy Speaker. The Process of election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker shall be carried out simultaneously
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 11 2 Dr. Muhammad Farooq Sattar, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 10, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- ?(1) The Assembly shall, at the same time, proceed to elect a Deputy Speaker and the procedure prescribed in rule 9 shall also apply to the election of Deputy Speaker as if references therein to Speaker were references to the Deputy Speaker. The Process of election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker shall be carried out simultaneously
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 11 2 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 10, for sub-rule (1), the following shall be substituted, namely:- ?(1) The Assembly shall, at the same time, proceed to elect a Deputy Speaker and the procedure prescribed in rule 9 shall also apply to the election of Deputy Speaker as if references therein to Speaker were references to the Deputy Speaker. The Process of election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker shall be carried out simultaneously
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 6 7 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 6 7 Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 6 7 Mehboob Alam, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 6 7 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 6 7 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 6 7 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 6 7 Syed Asif Hasnain, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 6 7 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
National 1 4 10 Abdul Waseem, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 10 Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 10 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 10 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 5 Abdul Waseem, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 5 Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 5 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 5 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 1 Abdul Waseem, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 1 Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 1 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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National 1 4 1 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
That in rule 169.- (1) in sub-rule (2), for the word 'six? appearing in the second line, the word ?two? shall be substituted; and (2) after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules, shall be inserted, namely:- ?(3) If Division concerned fails to apprise the Assembly within the period as mentioned in sub-rule (2), it shall be deemed to be a breach of Privilege of the motion moved by the Minister concerned or by any member, the mater shall be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges for examination and report. (4) The report of the Committee may be either preliminary or final.
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