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Motion under Rule 218

Under Rule 218, any minister or a member may give notice of a motion that a policy, situation, statement or any other matter may be taken into consideration. This section includes information like mover’s name, party affiliation, session and sitting, subject matter of the motion and its status.

Assembly Parliamentary Year Session No. Siiting No. Name of Representative Motion Status
Assembly Parliamentary Year Session No. Sitting No. Name of Representative Motion Status
Senate 15 266 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The House may discuss the overall position of hunger in Pakistan with particular reference to the Global Hunger Index, issued recently, in which Pakistan has been placed amongst the 11 most hunger stricken countries in the world at the level of African countries
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 266 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the steps taken by the Government for protection of rights of women in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 266 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
This House may discuss the devaluation of the Pakistani rupee
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 266 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the issue of alarming rise in trade deficit of the country which has increased by 42% in fiscal year 2016-17 as compared to last fiscal year and has reached to 30 billion during the first eleven months of the said fiscal year
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 266 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the need for political reforms in Gilgit-Baltistan in order to empower the people and Assembly of Gilgit-Baltistan to meet the new emerging realities and challenges
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 266 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of Ministry of Housing and Works with particular reference to the shortage of accommodations for Government employees in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 2 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Haji Momin Khan Afridi, IND
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Robina Irfan, PML
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Nauman Wazir, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Samina Abid, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Malik Najmul Hassan, IND
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Hidayat Ullah, IND
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Gianchand, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Sajjad Hussain Turi, IND
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Malik Najmul Hassan, IND
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Hidayat Ullah, IND
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Gianchand, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Sajjad Hussain Turi, IND
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Haji Momin Khan Afridi, IND
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Robina Irfan, PML
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Samina Abid, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Present political situation post Panama Papers verdict and the way forward-role of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Malik Najmul Hassan, IND
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Hidayat Ullah, IND
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Gianchand, PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Sajjad Hussain Turi, IND
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Haji Momin Khan Afridi, IND
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Robina Irfan, PML
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Samina Abid, PTI
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Measures to combat corruption with focus on off-shore companies, across the board accountability and a new accountability mechanism
Debated
Senate 15 265 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Malik Najmul Hassan, IND
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Hidayat Ullah, IND
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Gianchand, PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Sajjad Hussain Turi, IND
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Haji Momin Khan Afridi, IND
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Robina Irfan, PML
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Samina Abid, PTI
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 265 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Closure of Khokhrapar Border resulting in suffering to the people of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 4 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Samina Abid, PTI
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Shahi Syed, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Taj Haider, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Gianchand, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Hari Ram, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Samina Abid, PTI
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Shahi Syed, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Taj Haider, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Gianchand, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Hari Ram, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Samina Abid, PTI
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Shahi Syed, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Taj Haider, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Gianchand, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Hari Ram, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 4 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Samina Abid, PTI
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Shahi Syed, ANP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Taj Haider, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Gianchand, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Hari Ram, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Samina Abid, PTI
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Shahi Syed, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Taj Haider, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Gianchand, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Hari Ram, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Samina Abid, PTI
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Shahi Syed, ANP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Taj Haider, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Gianchand, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Hari Ram, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Samina Abid, PTI
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Shahi Syed, ANP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Taj Haider, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Gianchand, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Hari Ram, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Samina Abid, PTI
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Shahi Syed, ANP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Taj Haider, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Gianchand, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Hari Ram, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Debated
Senate 15 264 3 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Samina Abid, PTI
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Shahi Syed, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Taj Haider, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Gianchand, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Hari Ram, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Samina Abid, PTI
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Shahi Syed, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Taj Haider, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Gianchand, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Hari Ram, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Deferred
Senate 15 264 3 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Gianchand, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Samina Abid, PTI
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Gianchand, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The inaction on the FATA Reforms project approved by the Cabinet on March 2, 2017 and the inability of the Government to table in the Parliament Legislative proposals for the implementation of Reforms in the Tribal Areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Samina Khan, PML-N
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Gianchand, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The reported failure of NAB to continue investigations in the Rs. 19 billion mega scam in DHA Lahore and DHA Rawalpindi
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Samina Abid, PTI
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Gianchand, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Billions of Rupees withheld by Government of Punjab in gross violation of ECC decision on export of Wheat flour to Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Samina Abid, PTI
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Gianchand, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Implications of the statement of the Chairman, U.S. Armed Services Committee in Kabul soon after his visit to North Waziristan warning Pakistan to either change its attitude towards militant networks particularly the Haqqani network or be prepared to face a changed attitude of the U.S. towards Pakistan; and The ToRs of the Riyadh-based Military Alliance and its impact on Pakistan in the light of the permission given to a recently retired Chief of the Army Staff to Head the Alliance
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Samina Abid, PTI
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Gianchand, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The lingering issue of missing persons exacerbated further by some recent incidents of disappearances in Sindh; Discrimination in payment of compensation to victims of terrorism in Parachinar and to those who died in accidental fire in Ahmed Pur Sharqia; and Non-implementation by the Government of National Action Plan
Debated
Senate 15 264 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Samina Abid, PTI
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Gianchand, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Inability of the Government to place before the Parliament the Right to Information Act, despite consensus approval of the of the same by the Senate special RTI Committee and its adoption by the Senate; and The threat to freedom of expression by misuse of the Electronic Crimes Act and the impunity with which crimes are continuously being committed against journalists and media persons
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Samina Abid, PTI
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Gianchand, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The need for a new accountability mechanism to ensure across the board accountability of all with no exceptions and no sacred cows; and Discussion on dropping level of accountability and increasing level of corruption
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Samina Abid, PTI
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 264 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Discussion on the Report of JIT constituted on PANAMA Case; and Malicious attacks and propaganda against national institutions including Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The alleged misstatement by the Minister of State for Water and Power in the Senate regarding the supply of irrigation water to the Provinces
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The physical blocking of leaders of a political party from holding of Press Conference in the Press Information Department (PID)
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The dropping of discussion on implementation of Article 158 of the Constitution from the delayed meeting of CCI of 2nd May, 2017
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The tragic incident of lynching of Mishal Khan and the rise in such incidents in the country
Debated
Senate 15 262 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The failure/delay in tracing the whereabouts of Mr. Ghulam Qadir Marri and others who are close to former President of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The alleged tendency of advancing transnational business interests by the Chief Executive of the Country
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The ongoing investigation into Panama case and Government’s alleged attempts to influence and manipulate the constitution of the JIT on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The issue of DAWN leaks, the removal of Federal Minister for Information Senator Pervaiz Rasheed as well as the matter of non-publication of the Report of the inquiry Committee on that issue
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The alleged bugging of the official meetings held in the Prime Minister’s House by its media cell
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 262 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The alleged unconstitutional interference of Governor Sindh in political matters
Not Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Ayesha Raza Farooq, PML-N
The House may discuss the need for effective measures to boost industrial growth in the country
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Lt General (R) Abdul Qayyum, PML-N
The House may discuss the need for effective measures to boost industrial growth in the country
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Muhammad Mohsin Khan Leghari, IND
The House may discuss the need for effective measures to boost industrial growth in the country
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Saud Majeed, PML-N
The House may discuss the need for effective measures to boost industrial growth in the country
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
The House may discuss the need for effective measures to boost industrial growth in the country
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Hari Ram, PPPP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The House may discuss the overall position of hunger in Pakistan with particular reference to the Global Hunger Index, issued recently, in which Pakistan has been placed amongst the 11 most hunger stricken countries in the world at the level of African countries
Deferred
Senate 15 261 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
The House may discuss the present status of Polio virus in the Country
Deferred
Senate 15 261 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the growing problems of traffic in Islamabad and the ways and means to resolve the same on permanent basis
Dropped
Senate 15 261 6 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
The House may discuss the present status of implementation of Sustainable Development Goal No. 3 to ensure universal access to quality treatment at affordable rates
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the situation arising out of excessive billing of electricity in the country
Dropped
Senate 15 261 6 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
The House may discuss the issues arising out of establishment of coal based power plants in the country with particular reference to its effects on environment and human population
Deferred
Senate 15 261 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
The House may discuss the overall performance of National Highway Authority with particular reference to the steps taken by it to ensure transparency in its projects
Taken Up
Senate 15 261 1 Ayesha Raza Farooq, PML-N
The House may discuss the need for effective measures to boost industrial growth in the country
Debated
Senate 15 261 1 Lt General (R) Abdul Qayyum, PML-N
The House may discuss the need for effective measures to boost industrial growth in the country
Debated
Senate 15 261 1 Muhammad Mohsin Khan Leghari, IND
The House may discuss the need for effective measures to boost industrial growth in the country
Debated
Senate 15 261 1 Saud Majeed, PML-N
The House may discuss the need for effective measures to boost industrial growth in the country
Debated
Senate 15 261 1 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
The House may discuss the need for effective measures to boost industrial growth in the country
Debated
Senate 15 261 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The House may discuss the steps taken by the Government to achieve the Intended National Determined Contributions (INDC) as agreed upon in World Climate Change Conference, 2015 (COP21) held in Paris
Dropped
Senate 15 261 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 261 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 261 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 261 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 261 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 261 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 261 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 261 1 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 15 261 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
This House may discuss the report of the United Nations Development Programme (Development Advocate Pakistan: Volume 3, Issue on the water scarcity issue in Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 14 259 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House may discuss the overall performance of Higher Education Commission
Debated
Senate 14 259 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The situation arising out of insufficient production of milk in the country
Dropped
Senate 14 259 6 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The House may discuss the impact of malnutrition and stunting in the country
Debated
Senate 14 259 6 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
This House may discuss the powers and functions of Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) with particular reference to the upcoming Census 2017
Deferred
Senate 14 259 6 Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, NP
This House may discuss the powers and functions of Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) with particular reference to the upcoming Census 2017
Deferred
Senate 14 259 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House may discuss the need and importance to adopt modern techniques for conducting census in the country
Deferred
Senate 14 259 6 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
The House may discuss the situation arising out of the failure of PEMRA to stop airing of the material promoting sectarian violence on various TV channels
Debated
Senate 14 259 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the performance of cellular companies in the country with particular reference to their excessive calls and SMS packages
Debated
Senate 14 259 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The present status of implementation of the National Action Plan and suggest ways and means for its uniform implementation in the country
Debated
Senate 14 259 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the need to impart technical training to street children by launching vocational training skill programmes in the National Child Protection Centre (NCPC)
Debated
Senate 14 259 1 Nisar Muhammad, PML-N
This House may discuss the procedure being adopted by the Government for obtaining foreign loans and their utilization
Debated
Senate 14 259 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House may discuss the overall performance of Higher Education Commission
Deferred
Senate 14 258 6 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the situation arising out of the continuing Indian violations of the Line of Control (LOC) and cease fire on the working boundary, which has resulted in the loss of precious lives of Pakistanis
Debated
Senate 14 258 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House may discuss the need for making changes in the procedure laid down for CSS examination
Debated
Senate 14 258 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House may discuss the present status of Heavy Electrical Complex (HEC)
Debated
Senate 14 258 6 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of drastic increase in production and sale of low quality and non-duty paid cigarettes in the country
Debated
Senate 14 258 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of high rate of unemployment in the country
Debated
Senate 14 258 6 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House may discuss the services being provided by the Government on motorways and national highways in the country
Dropped
Senate 14 258 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the situation arising out of constantly lowering water table in the country and the steps to control the same
Debated
Senate 14 258 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the situation arising out of the continuing Indian violations of the Line of Control (LOC) and cease fire on the working boundary, which has resulted in the loss of precious lives of Pakistanis
Deferred
Senate 14 258 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House may discuss the current political situation in the country
Debated
Senate 14 258 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the need and importance to stop/control the supply of unhygienic food by the Hotels in Islamabad
Dropped
Senate 14 258 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House may discuss the security situation in Islamabad with particular reference to crimes detected through installation of CCTV cameras
Dropped
Senate 14 258 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of huge gap between demand and supply of electricity to Balochistan
Dropped
Senate 14 257 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the situation arising out of constantly lowering water table in the country and the steps to control the same
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 257 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the steps being taken by the Government to safeguard the religious freedom in the country
Debated
Senate 14 257 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The House may discuss the planning and performance of the Capital Development Authority
Debated
Senate 14 257 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of conducting of tests for recruitments in the Government Departments through NTS and other agencies
Debated
Senate 14 257 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Estate Office, Islamabad, with particular reference to its way of accommodating the government employees during the allotment of Government accommodations
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 257 1 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
This House may discuss the role of the Pakistan Sports Board in the promotion of sports in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Robina Irfan, PML
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Nauman Wazir, PTI
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Gianchand, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Muhammad Yousaf, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Farooq Hamid Naek, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 2 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Gianchand, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Muhammad Yousaf, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Farooq Hamid Naek, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Robina Irfan, PML
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
Resolution on formation of Parliamentary Committee on National Security
Debated
Senate 14 256 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Gianchand, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Muhammad Yousaf, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Farooq Hamid Naek, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Robina Irfan, PML
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 256 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
Discussion on Political Prisoners
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 255 2 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the situation arising out of constantly lowering water table in the country and the steps to control the same
Deferred
Senate 14 255 2 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the need and importance to review the Master Plan of Islamabad
Debated
Senate 14 255 2 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
The House may discuss the recruitment policy of the Government with particular reference to the appointments made/being made on contract basis
Debated
Senate 14 255 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The House may discuss the Government’s stance about delay in conducting census in the country
Debated
Senate 14 255 2 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House may discuss the law and order situation in the country
Dropped
Senate 14 255 2 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of non-hygienic conditions in the Federal Government Hospitals in the country
Dropped
Senate 14 255 2 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
The House may discuss the steps taken by the Government for rehabilitation of the internally displaced persons in FATA
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Farooq Hamid Naek, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Gianchand, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Muhammad Mohsin Khan Leghari, IND
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 254 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The House may discuss the continued brutal crackdown on political workers in violation of Fundamental Rights, the intended closure of Islamabad and the violation of orders of Honourable Islamabad High Court on the 27th October, 2016, by the Government
Debated
Senate 14 253 6 Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan Musakhel, PKMAP
This House may discuss the plight of Pakistani labourers in Saudi Arabia
Debated
Senate 14 253 6 Gul Bashra, PKMAP
This House may discuss the plight of Pakistani labourers in Saudi Arabia
Debated
Senate 14 253 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the situation arising out of constantly lowering water table in the country and the steps to control the same
Deferred
Senate 14 253 6 Taj Haider, PPPP
The House may discuss the multiple problems being faced by agricultural sector in the country
Debated
Senate 14 253 6 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the need to protect the rights of Tax Filers in the country
Debated
Senate 14 253 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House may discuss the procedure laid down by the Ministry of Housing and Works for acquiring land from private sector to develop its housing schemes and make suggestions to bring transparency in acquiring land and developing such schemes
Debated
Senate 14 253 6 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may discuss the plight of Pakistani labourers in Saudi Arabia
Debated
Senate 14 253 6 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The situation arising out of transparency concerns on the loan of $ 408 million taken by the Government of Pakistan from Switzerland-based financial group, Credit Suisse without competitive bidding
Debated
Senate 14 253 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
The steps being taken by the Government for rehabilitation of the Internally Displaced Persons of FATA and restoration of infrastructure damaged due to the military operations against militants in those areas
Deferred
Senate 14 253 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the need and importance to review the Master Plan of Islamabad
Deferred
Senate 14 253 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the situation arising out of constantly lowering water table in the country and the steps to control the same
Deferred
Senate 14 253 1 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
The House may discuss the present state of relations between Pakistan and India especially after the recent statements made by the Indian Prime Minister regarding Pakistan
Debated
Senate 14 253 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
This House may discuss the multiple problems being faced by agricultural sector in the country
Deferred
Senate 14 253 1 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House may discuss the need to promote knowledge based economy in the country
Deferred
Senate 14 253 1 Rahila Magsi, PML-N
This House may discuss the need to eliminate the use of sheesha smoking and other dangerous drugs especially among the youth in the country
Deferred
Senate 14 253 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the need to protect the rights of Tax Filers in the country
Deferred
Senate 14 252 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
This House may discuss the procedure being followed for utilization of loans obtained from international financial organizations and foreign countries for development purposes and the need to utilize such loans with approval of the Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 252 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of closure of Khokhrapar Border with India with particular reference to the problems being faced by the people of Sindh due to that closure
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 252 1 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
The House may discuss the need to promote knowledge based economy in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 252 1 Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, NP
This House may discuss the rotation policy of the Government for PAS/PSP officers and the amendments made therein from time to time with particular reference to the conditions in that policy for promotion of officers belonging to Balochistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 252 1 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may discuss the plight of Pakistani labourers in Saudi Arabia
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 252 1 Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan Musakhel, PKMAP
This House may discuss the plight of Pakistani labourers in Saudi Arabia
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 252 1 Gul Bashra, PKMAP
This House may discuss the plight of Pakistani labourers in Saudi Arabia
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 250 6 Lt General (R) Salahuddin Tirmizi, PML-N
The House may discuss the present position of development work of Bakrial city meant for 2005 earthquake affectees of Balakot
Deferred
Senate 14 250 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the situation arising out of non-vacation of government quarters by the Estate Office Islamabad from the unauthorized occupants
Debated
Senate 14 250 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the situation arising out of constantly lowering water table in the country and the steps to control the same
Deferred
Senate 14 250 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House may discuss the need for provision of adequate salary, fringe benefits and other facilities to the Islamabad Police personnel
Debated
Senate 14 250 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the steps being taken by the Government for poverty alleviation in the country
Debated
Senate 14 250 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The Senate of Pakistan may discuss the overall arrangements made by the Government of Pakistan for Hajj 2015, particularly the failure of concerned officials in providing proper assistance and services to common Hajis in Saudi Arabia
Dropped
Senate 14 250 1 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may disuses the matters relating to Universal Service Funds (USF)
Debated
Senate 14 250 1 Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan Musakhel, PKMAP
This House may disuses the matters relating to Universal Service Funds (USF)
Debated
Senate 14 250 1 Gul Bashra, PKMAP
This House may disuses the matters relating to Universal Service Funds (USF)
Debated
Senate 14 250 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the overall performance of Benazir Income Support Programme
Withdrawn
Senate 14 250 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the issues being faced by the business Community regarding their refund claims in FBR
Debated
Senate 14 248 6 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the need to increase intra-regional trade especially with neighboring countries for economic development
Dropped
Senate 14 248 6 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the situation arising out of the involvement of India in terrorism and anti-state activities in Pakistan and the steps being taken by the Government in this regard
Dropped
Senate 14 248 6 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the trade policy of the Government
Dropped
Senate 14 248 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of reduction in the production of natural-gas in the country
Dropped
Senate 14 248 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House may discuss the ways and means to stop smuggling and control its adverse effects on the economy of the country
Debated
Senate 14 248 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the need to construct reservoirs/dams at Margalla Hills, Islamabad, under a rainwater harvesting programme to meet the water needs of the Islamabad Capital Territory
Debated
Senate 14 248 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the situation arising out of inflation in Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 248 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the financial position of Oil and Gas Development Corporation Limited (OGDCL) with particular reference to its recent financial crises due to withdrawal of amount from its bank account by the FBR
Debated
Senate 14 248 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House may discuss the need to include safety and security related subjects in the curriculum of private and public educational Institutions in Islamabad Capital Territory and make them compulsory as well
Debated
Senate 14 247 6 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The House may discuss the revelations made in "Panama Leaks" relating to a number of important personalities/dignitaries of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 14 247 5 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The House may discuss the revelations made in "Panama Leaks" relating to a number of important personalities/dignitaries of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 14 247 4 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the implications of former dictator Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf's departure from the country
Debated
Senate 14 247 4 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The House may discuss the revelations made in "Panama Leaks" relating to a number of important personalities/dignitaries of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 14 247 3 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House may discuss the sufferings and hardships being faced by the employees of Frontier Constabulary due to inadequacy of basic facilities like reysidences, uniforms, shoes, salary and allowances being provided to them
Debated
Senate 14 247 3 Taj Haider, PPPP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of the closure of the BOL media group as a consequence of action against an IT company
Debated
Senate 14 247 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the National Accountability Bureau in order to make recommendations/suggestions for improvement of the same
Debated
Senate 14 247 3 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of the demolition of kiosks in green belts/sectors in Islamabad and their reconstruction and its impacts on environment
Debated
Senate 14 247 3 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House may discuss the Prime Minister's Youth Business Loan Scheme, launched in 2013
Dropped
Senate 14 247 3 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the implications of former dictator Gen. (R) Pervez Musharraf's departure from the country
Deferred
Senate 14 247 3 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House may discuss the need to include safety and security related subjects in the curriculum of private and public educational Institutions in Islamabad Capital Territory and make them compulsory as well
Deferred
Senate 14 247 3 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The House may discuss the revelations made in "Panama Leaks" relating to a number of important personalities/dignitaries of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 14 247 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The House may discuss the revelations made in "Panama Leaks" relating to a number of important personalities/dignitaries of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 14 247 1 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The House may discuss the revelations made in "Panama Leaks" relating to a number of important personalities/dignitaries of Pakistan
Admitted for Discussion
Senate 13 246 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The House may discuss the policy of the Government regarding the national and international Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) with particular reference to the new regulations being proposed for them
Debated
Senate 13 246 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House may discuss the situation arising out of commercial activities in residential areas/sectors in Islamabad and the need to carry out an operation against the same
Debated
Senate 13 246 6 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House may discuss the sufferings and hardships being faced by the employees of Frontier Constabulary due to inadequacy of basic facilities like residences, uniforms, shoes, salary and allowances being provided to them
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 246 6 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the performance of Islamabad police with particular reference to increase in the cases of theft and street crimes in Islamabad
Dropped
Senate 13 246 6 Taj Haider, PPPP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of the closure of the BOL media group as a consequence of action against an IT company
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 246 1 Nehal Hashmi, PML-N
The House may discuss the Prime Minister's Health Programme and its impacts on common man in the country
Debated
Senate 13 246 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of the closure of the BOL media group as a consequence of action against an IT company
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 246 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House may discuss the privatization of PTCL with particular reference to delay in payment of $ 800 million to the Government by its buyer
Debated
Senate 13 246 1 Nighat Mirza, MQM
The House may discuss the role and responsibility of the Government with regard to religious tolerance, unity and harmony in the country
Debated
Senate 13 246 1 Muhammad Ali Khan Saif, MQM
The House may discuss the role and responsibility of the Government with regard to religious tolerance, unity and harmony in the country
Debated
Senate 13 246 1 Khushbakht Shujat, MQM
The House may discuss the role and responsibility of the Government with regard to religious tolerance, unity and harmony in the country
Debated
Senate 13 246 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
The House may discuss the causes of delay in the opening of the new Islamabad International Airport
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 244 3 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Awan, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Farooq Hamid Naek, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Taj Haider, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Hari Ram, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Robina Irfan, PML
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Gianchand, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Muhammad Yousaf, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Awan, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Farooq Hamid Naek, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Taj Haider, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Hari Ram, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Robina Irfan, PML
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Gianchand, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Muhammad Yousaf, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 3 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Gianchand, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Muhammad Yousaf, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Awan, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Farooq Hamid Naek, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Robina Irfan, PML
The House may discuss the matter of depriving masses of benefits of gross reduction in petroleum prices in International Markets
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Gianchand, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Muhammad Yousaf, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Sardar Fateh Muhammad Muhammad Hassani , PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Awan, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Farooq Hamid Naek, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Taj Haider, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Hari Ram, PPPP
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed , PML
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 244 2 Robina Irfan, PML
The House may discuss the Government’s decision to further burden the gas consumers in the country with Rs. 101 billion
Debated
Senate 13 243 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House may discuss the need for establishment of new public hospitals in Islamabad in view of its increasing population
Debated
Senate 13 243 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the separation of powers among state institutions with particular reference to the powers of the Parliament to legislate
Deferred
Senate 13 243 6 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The Senate of Pakistan may discuss the performance of private Hajj operators during Hajj 2015 particularly their failure in providing proper facilities to the Hajis in Saudi Arabia
Debated
Senate 13 243 6 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of privatization of a number of public institutions/organizations without a fresh approval of Council of Common Interests and without taking the Parliament into confidence
Deferred
Senate 13 243 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Ministry of Housing and Works with particular reference to failure of PHA Foundation to develop the infrastructure work and complete the construction work of Officers’ Housing Scheme, Kurri Road, Islamabad
Debated
Senate 13 243 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
This House may discuss the need for revival of student unions in the educational institutions in the country particularly in colleges and universities
Debated
Senate 13 243 1 Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo, NP
This House may discuss the need for revival of student unions in the educational institutions in the country particularly in colleges and universities
Debated
Senate 13 243 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House may discuss the present position of balance of trade of the country
Debated
Senate 13 243 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The Senate of Pakistan may discuss the affairs of cooperative housing societies in Islamabad particularly the violations committed by them in planning and allocation of land for community services
Debated
Senate 13 243 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House may discuss the revised Telecom Policy, 2015, approved by ECC proposing curbs on OTT Services like Skype, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter etc. with particular reference to violation of fundamental rights granted by Articles 19 and 19A of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan through that policy
Deferred
Senate 13 243 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of privatization of a number of public institutions / organizations without a fresh approval of Council of Common Interests and without taking the Parliament into confidence
Deferred
Senate 13 242 11 Ch. Nisar Ali Khan, PML-N
The House may discuss the present status of implementation of National Action Plan and the results thereof
Debated
Senate 13 242 9 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The House may discuss the situation arising out of continuous decrease in exports of the country as a consequence of closing down of industrial units which is resulting in increase of unemployment
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 242 9 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House may discuss the issue of Human Trafficking from Pakistan to Overseas countries
Debated
Senate 13 242 9 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the procedure for appointment of Chairman and Members of the Federal Service Tribunal (FST)
Debated
Senate 13 242 9 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House may discuss the present position of circular debt and its overall impact on smooth supply of electricity to the consumers in the country
Debated
Senate 13 242 9 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the present status of implementation of National Action Plan and the results thereof
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 242 6 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
This House may discuss the domain and jurisdiction of the Council of Common Interests (CCI) and the situation arising out of non-convening of the meeting of the Council as required under clause (3) of Article 154 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 13 242 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the hardships being faced by overseas Pakistanis due to the acts of terrorism in the western countries and the remedies/ways to lessen the same
Debated
Senate 13 242 6 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The House may discuss the situation arising out of continuous decrease in exports of the country as a consequence of closing down of industrial units which is resulting in increase of unemployment
Deferred
Senate 13 242 6 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the foreign policy of the Government with particular reference to its success and failure
Debated
Senate 13 242 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the functioning of the National Commission on Human Rights (NCHR)
Debated
Senate 13 242 1 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may discuss the causes, remedies and preventive measures to control poverty in the country
Debated
Senate 13 242 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House may discuss the ways and means to improve the efficiency of Pakistan’s embassies/missions abroad
Debated
Senate 13 242 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The House may discuss the issue of award of LNG Terminal to Elengy Terminal Pakistan Limited (ETPL) without completing the codal formalities causing a loss of billions of rupees to national exchequer
Debated
Senate 13 242 1 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The House may discuss the issue of award of LNG Terminal to Elengy Terminal Pakistan Limited (ETPL) without completing the codal formalities causing a loss of billions of rupees to national exchequer
Debated
Senate 13 242 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
The House may discuss the issue of award of LNG Terminal to Elengy Terminal Pakistan Limited (ETPL) without completing the codal formalities causing a loss of billions of rupees to national exchequer
Debated
Senate 13 242 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The House may discuss the issue of award of LNG Terminal to Elengy Terminal Pakistan Limited (ETPL) without completing the codal formalities causing a loss of billions of rupees to national exchequer
Debated
Senate 13 242 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
This House may discuss the domain and jurisdiction of the Council of Common Interests (CCI) and the situation arising out of non-convening of the meeting of the Council as required under clause (3) of Article 154 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 242 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of non-construction of new dams in the country
Debated
Senate 13 242 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The Senate of Pakistan may discuss the issue of illegal occupation on the CDA land in Islamabad and failure of the Government to get back the possession of that land
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 241 6 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of fixation of high electricity tariffs on account of under declared efficiency of plants run on furnace oil, operated by the IPPs and government sector and the need of a fresh efficiency audit of those plants
Debated
Senate 13 241 6 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may discuss the causes, remedies and preventive measures to control poverty in the country
Deferred
Senate 13 241 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House may discuss the need for construction of a ring road in Islamabad / Rawalpindi keeping in view the increase in volume of traffic and traffic congestion on entry points of these cities
Debated
Senate 13 241 6 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
This House may discuss the procedure laid down to determine prices of electricity in the country.
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 241 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the PIA with a view to making recommendations for its improvement
Debated
Senate 13 241 6 Samina Abid, PTI
This House may discuss the steps taken or being taken by the Government to eliminate various crimes in Islamabad Capital Territory
Debated
Senate 13 241 6 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
This House may discuss the confession of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Bangladesh that India played a role in breaking Pakistan
Debated
Senate 13 241 1 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House may discuss the high rate of increase of population in the country and its overall impact on life condition
Debated
Senate 13 241 1 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
The House may discuss the production of electricity and procedure for area-wise fixation of schedule for load shedding in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 241 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of fixation of high electricity tariffs on account of under declared efficiency of plants run on furnace oil, operated by the IPPs and government sector and the need of a fresh efficiency audit of those plants
Debated
Senate 13 241 1 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
This House may discuss the confession of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Bangladesh that India played a role in breaking Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 241 1 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may discuss the causes, remedies and preventive measures to control poverty in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 241 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House may discuss the need for construction of a ring road in Islamabad / Rawalpindi keeping in view the increase in volume of traffic and traffic congestion on entry points of these cities
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 6 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may discuss the existing political situation in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 6 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
The House may discuss Hajj policy of the government with particular reference to the performance of the Ministry of Religious Affairs in providing assistance to the Hujjaj after the recent stampede at Mina, Makkah
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 6 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the performance of National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA)
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 6 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House may discuss the high rate of increase of population in the country and its overall impact on life condition
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House may discuss the present situation of exports of the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the situation arising out of devaluation of Pakistan rupee
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 1 Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, NP
This House may discuss the present status of implementation of Aghaz-e-Haqooq-e-Balochistan Package pertaining to the Ministry of Water and Power with particular reference to the posts reserved for Balochistan under that package
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House may discuss the distressing situation arising out of Government’s recent decision to increase the Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Gas tariff along-with the GIDC
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 1 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Ministry of Industries and Production with particular reference to the steps taken by it for promotion of industrial sector in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 1 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may discuss the existing political situation in the country
Taken Up
Senate 13 240 1 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of the Government’s policy not to dualise/convert into a motorway the entire length of the N55, Indus Highway
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 1 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
This House may discuss the issue of dealing of oil and gas related policy matters at ECC and OGRA levels and bypassing the Council of Common Interests in this regard which is a violation of Articles 158 and 172 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 240 1 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
This House may discuss the reported/alleged violations committed in the recent appointments made in the Statistics Division, Bureau of Statistics and other projects under that Division with particular reference to violation of quota in those appointments
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 239 1 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House may discuss the present status of FATA and the possibility of changing this status according to the will of the people of those areas
Debated
Senate 13 239 1 Samina Abid, PTI
This House may discuss the overall security conditions at and around Tarbela Dam and the need for taking stringent security measures to protect the Dam
Debated
Senate 13 239 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
That the House may discuss the situation arising out of non-vacation of government quarters by the Estate Office Islamabad from the unauthorized occupants
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 239 1 Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, NP
This House may discuss the present status of implementation of Aghaz-e-Haqooq-e-Balochistan Package pertaining to the Ministry of Water and Power with particular reference to the posts reserved for Balochistan under that package
Debated
Senate 13 239 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House may discuss the distressing situation arising out of Government’s recent decision to increase the Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Gas tariff along-with the GIDC
Debated
Senate 13 238 6 Nisar Muhammad, PML-N
This House may discuss the responsibility of the Federation in pursuance of Article 148 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Debated
Senate 13 238 6 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The House may discuss the steps taken by the Government to broaden the tax base in the country
Debated
Senate 13 238 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of environmental/climate changes in the country
Deferred
Senate 13 238 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of low profit rate on National Saving Schemes
Deferred
Senate 13 238 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the effects of transfer of wealth from Pakistan on its economy
Deferred
Senate 13 238 6 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House may discuss the overall performance of Capital Development Authority (CDA)
Deferred
Senate 13 238 6 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The House may discuss the situation arising out of closure of Textile Industrial sector in the country due to becoming uncompetitive in the world market because of high electricity and gas prices including GIDC
Debated
Senate 13 238 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss natural gas load shedding in the country
Debated
Senate 13 238 1 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of intrusion of FC in the affairs/authority of the Provincial Government and interference in provincial autonomy of Balochistan with particular reference to the agreement/contract made by FC with illegal lease owners of coal mines in Harnai and imposition of taxes on the same at their own
Debated
Senate 13 238 1 Nisar Muhammad, PML-N
This House may discuss the responsibility of the Federation in pursuance of Article 148 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 13 238 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The House may discuss the steps taken by the Government to broaden the tax base in the country
Deferred
Senate 13 238 1 Saleem Zia, PML-N
This House may discuss the situation arising out of issuance of fake degrees/certificates in the country
Debated
Senate 13 238 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the issues relating to the recently established National Commission on Human Rights (NCHR)
Debated
Senate 13 238 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of environmental/climate changes in the country
Admitted for Discussion
Senate 13 238 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of low profit rate on National Saving Schemes
Admitted for Discussion
Senate 13 238 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the effects of transfer of wealth from Pakistan on its economy
Admitted for Discussion
Senate 13 237 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of the spread of hepatitis disease in the country
Debated
Senate 13 237 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss natural gas load shedding in the country
Deferred
Senate 13 237 1 Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, NP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of low water level in Balochistan
Debated
Senate 13 237 1 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of intrusion of FC in the affairs/authority of the Provincial Government and interference in provincial autonomy of Balochistan with particular reference to the agreement/contract made by FC with illegal lease owners of coal mines in Harnai and imposition of taxes on the same at their own
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 237 1 Nisar Muhammad, PML-N
That the House may discuss the responsibility of the Federation in pursuance of Article 148 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Admitted for Discussion
Senate 13 237 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the steps being taken by the Government to eradicate polio in the country
Deferred
Senate 13 237 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House may discuss the steps taken by the Government to broaden the tax base in the country
Admitted for Discussion
Senate 13 237 1 Saleem Zia, PML-N
This House may discuss the situation arising out of issuance of fake degrees/certificates in the country
Admitted for Discussion
Senate 13 237 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of unemployment in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 11 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the banking sector in the country with particular reference to the lack of lending to private sector and small and medium sized enterprises
Debated
Senate 13 235 11 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the steps being taken by the Government to provide speedy and inexpensive justice in the country
Debated
Senate 13 235 11 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of the spread of hepatitis disease in the country
Debated
Senate 13 235 11 Robina Irfan, PML
This House may discuss the issue of kidnapping of new born babies from different Federal Government Hospitals in the country
Deferred
Senate 13 235 11 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss natural gas load shedding in the country
Taken Up
Senate 13 235 11 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House may discuss the overall position of gas reservoirs in the country with particular reference to Iran-Pakistan (IP) Gas Pipeline and Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) projects
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 11 Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, NP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of low water level in Balochistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 11 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of intrusion of FC in the affairs/authority of the Provincial Government and interference in provincial autonomy of Balochistan with particular reference to the agreement/contract made by FC with illegal lease owners of coal mines in Harnai and imposition of taxes on the same at their own
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 6 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the banking sector in the country with particular reference to the lack of lending to private sector and small and medium sized enterprises
Debated
Senate 13 235 6 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House may discuss the new aviation policy of the Government with particular reference to the proposal of outsourcing the major airports in the country
Debated
Senate 13 235 6 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
This House may discuss the present status of Pak-China Economic Corridor with particular reference to the changes in its original route
Debated
Senate 13 235 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the present status of Pak-China Economic Corridor with particular reference to the changes in its original route
Debated
Senate 13 235 6 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
This House may discuss the present status of Pak-China Economic Corridor with particular reference to the changes in its original route
Debated
Senate 13 235 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the steps being taken by the Government to provide speedy and inexpensive justice in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of the spread of hepatitis disease in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 6 Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, NP
This House may discuss the situation arising out of low water level in Balochistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 6 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House may discuss the issue of shortage of electricity in the country with particular reference to Balochistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the overall performance of Pakistan Embassies/Missions abroad
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 6 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House may discuss the steps taken/being taken by the Government for protection/Security of jobs of the employees of the privatized Government departments/entities
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of poor sanitation system in the rural areas of Islamabad Capital Territory
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 1 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the banking sector in the country with particular reference to the lack of lending to private sector and small and medium sized enterprises
Debated
Senate 13 235 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the issue of corruption in Federal Government Departments
Debated
Senate 13 235 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House may discuss the new aviation policy of the Government with particular reference to the proposal of outsourcing the major airports in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
This House may discuss the present status of Pak-China Economic Corridor with particular reference to the changes in its original route
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 1 Robina Irfan, PML
This House may discuss the problems and issues relating to the Afghan refugees in Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the steps being taken by the Government to provide speedy and inexpensive justice in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 1 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House may discuss the steps taken/being taken by the Government for the welfare of disable persons in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the situation arising out of the spread of hepatitis disease in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 235 1 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House may discuss the steps taken/being taken by the Government to facilitate the overseas Pakistanis
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 7 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of Federal Government Hospitals with particular reference to availability of facilities of various tests and provisions of free medicines to the out door patients
Debated
Senate 13 234 7 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House may discuss the issue of import of LNG in the country and the agreements made or proposed to be made in this regard
Debated
Senate 13 234 7 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the banking sector in the country with particular reference to the lack of lending to private sector and small and medium sized enterprises
Debated
Senate 13 234 7 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the issue of corruption in Federal Government Departments
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 7 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House may discuss the new aviation policy of the Government with particular reference to the proposal of outsourcing the major airports in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 7 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
This House may discuss the present status of Pak-China Economic Corridor with particular reference to the changes in its original route
Debated
Senate 13 234 7 Muhammad Saleh Shah , IND
This House may discuss the situation arising out of militancy in FATA
Deferred
Senate 13 234 7 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House may discuss the overall condition of the economy of the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
This House may discuss the overall position of education standards in the country at present
Debated
Senate 13 234 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of Federal Government Hospitals with particular reference to availability of facilities of various tests and provisions of free medicines to the out door patients
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House may discuss the issue of import of LNG in the country and the agreements made or proposed to be made in this regard
Debated
Senate 13 234 2 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the banking sector in the country with particular reference to the lack of lending to private sector and small and medium sized enterprises
Debated
Senate 13 234 2 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the issue of corruption in Federal Government Departments
Debated
Senate 13 234 2 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House may discuss the overall performance of National Highway Authority with particular reference to the maintenance of Motorways and National Highways in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House may discuss the new aviation policy of the Government with particular reference to the proposal of outsourcing the major airports in the country
Debated
Senate 13 234 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
This House may discuss the overall position of education standards in the country at present
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of Federal Government Hospitals with particular reference to availability of facilities of various tests and provisions of free medicines to the out door patients
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House may discuss the issue of import of LNG in the country and the agreements made or proposed to be made in this regard
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 1 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the banking sector in the country with particular reference to the lack of lending to private sector and small and medium sized enterprises
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the issue of corruption in Federal Government Departments
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House may discuss the overall performance of National Highway Authority with particular reference to the maintenance of Motorways and National Highways in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 13 234 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House may discuss the new aviation policy of the Government with particular reference to the proposal of outsourcing the major airports in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 232 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
This House may discuss the overall position of education standards in the country at present
Debated
Senate 12 232 2 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House may discuss the overall performance of National Highway Authority with particular reference to the maintenance of Motorways and National Highways in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 232 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of Federal Government Hospitals with particular reference to availability of facilities of various tests and provisions of free medicines to the out door patients
Debated
Senate 12 232 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
This House may discuss the Federal Government decision of merging Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) into Pakistan Bait-ul-Maal
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 232 2 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House may discuss the overall condition of the economy of the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 231 2 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
This House may discuss the issue of non-payment of net Hydel profits to the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in line with AGN Kazi formula and Arbitration Award of 2006
Debated
Senate 12 231 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the situation arising out of supply of contaminated water in Islamabad Capital Territory
Debated
Senate 12 231 2 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of drought in Thar
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 231 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House may discuss the education policy of the Government with particular reference to provision of free education to the children upto the age of 16 as provided in the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 231 2 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the overall performance of CDA with particular reference to removal of encroachments in commercial and residential areas in Islamabad
Debated
Senate 12 231 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
This House may discuss the performance of National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) in the wake of floods in September, 2014 in the country
Debated
Senate 12 230 2 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
This House may discuss the issue of non-payment of net Hydel profits to the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in line with AGN Kazi formula and Arbitration Award of 2006
Debated
Senate 12 230 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the National Internal Security Policy of the Government
Debated
Senate 12 230 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House may discuss the overall performance of educational institutions working under the administrative control of the Federal Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 230 2 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of drought in Thar
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 230 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the recommendations made by the Civil Services Reforms Committee constituted by the Prime Minister particularly those pertaining to promotions in the civil bureaucracy on the pattern of Pak Army
Debated
Senate 12 230 2 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
This House may discuss the privatization / sale of shares of OGDCL and non-payment of sale proceeds thereof to the provinces
Debated
Senate 11 216 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
That this House may discuss the situation arising out of non payment of compensation to decree holders of land acquired for AFV Ranges in Nowshera for the last several decades
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 216 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
That the House may discuss the overall performance of Pakistan International Airlines
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 216 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
That the House may discuss the alleged irregularities/rigging in Elections 2013
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 216 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
That the House may discuss the situation arising out of night phone call packages offered by telecom/mobile phone companies in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 216 1 Nuzhat Sadiq, PML-N
That this House may discuss overall performance of Pakistan Railways with particular reference to its commercial deal of business with PRACS
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 11 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Debated
Senate 12 229 11 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Higher Education Commission (HEC)
Debated
Senate 12 229 11 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
This House may discuss the issue of non-payment of net Hydel profits to the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in line with AGN Kazi formula and Arbitration Award of 2006
Debated
Senate 12 229 11 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of drought in Thar
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 11 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
The House may discus the present status of development projects being carried out by the Government in the Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with particular reference to those being executed through elected representatives of that Province
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 11 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the recommendations made by the Civil Services Reforms Committee constituted by the Prime Minister particularly those pertaining to promotions in the civil bureaucracy on the pattern of Pak Army
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 11 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the National Internal Security Policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 8 Dr. Abdul Qayoom Soomro, PPPP
The House to discuss the incident of attack by terrorists on Army Public School in Peshawar
Debated
Senate 12 229 7 Dr. Abdul Qayoom Soomro, PPPP
The House to discuss the incident of attack by terrorists on Army Public School in Peshawar
Debated
Senate 12 229 6 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Higher Education Commission (HEC)
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 6 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
This House may discuss the issue of non-payment of net Hydel profits to the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in line with AGN Kazi formula and Arbitration Award of 2006
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 6 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
This House may discuss the situation arising out of drought in Thar
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 6 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
The House may discus the present status of development projects being carried out by the Government in the Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with particular reference to those being executed through elected representatives of that Province
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 6 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the recommendations made by the Civil Services Reforms Committee constituted by the Prime Minister particularly those pertaining to promotions in the civil bureaucracy on the pattern of Pak Army
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the National Internal Security Policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 6 Dr. Abdul Qayoom Soomro, PPPP
The House to discuss the incident of attack by terrorists on Army Public School in Peshawar
Debated
Senate 12 229 5 Dr. Abdul Qayoom Soomro, PPPP
The House to discuss the incident of attack by terrorists on Army Public School in Peshawar
Debated
Senate 12 229 4 Dr. Abdul Qayoom Soomro, PPPP
The House to discuss the incident of attack by terrorists on Army Public School in Peshawar
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 229 3 Dr. Abdul Qayoom Soomro, PPPP
The House to discuss the incident of attack by terrorists on Army Public School in Peshawar
Debated
Senate 12 229 2 Dr. Abdul Qayoom Soomro, PPPP
The House to discuss the incident of attack by terrorists on Army Public School in Peshawar
Debated
Senate 12 228 7 Muhammad Mohsin Khan Leghari, IND
This House may discuss the policy of the Government regarding fixing of tariffs of upcoming power projects
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 228 7 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the recommendations made by the Civil Services Reforms Committee constituted by the Prime Minister particularly those pertaining to promotions in the civil bureaucracy on the pattern of Pak Army
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 228 7 Abdul Nabi Bangash, ANP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources with particular reference to the provision of gas to Thall and other surrounding areas of District Hangu in pursuance of Prime Minister's directive
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 228 7 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the situation arising out of allotment of plots to CDA employees on green belts in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 228 7 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the overall performance of CDA with particular reference to removal of encroachments in commercial and residential areas in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 228 7 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Debated
Senate 12 228 7 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Higher Education Commission (HEC)
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 228 2 Abdul Nabi Bangash, ANP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Ministry of Housing and Works
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 228 2 Muhammad Mohsin Khan Leghari, IND
This House may discuss the situation arising out of recent floods in the country and the steps taken by the Government to cope with the same
Debated
Senate 12 228 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Higher Education Commission (HEC)
Admitted for Discussion
Senate 12 228 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the recommendations made by the Civil Services Reforms Committee constituted by the Prime Minister particularly those pertaining to promotions in the civil bureaucracy on the pattern of Pak Army
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 228 2 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the situation arising out of allotment of plots to CDA employees on green belts in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 228 2 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This house may discuss the situation arising Out of Blocking the Main Gate of the Parliament House by a Mob of the So Called Inqilab March
Debated
Senate 12 227 4 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 4 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the recommendations made by the Civil Services Reforms Committee constituted by the Prime Minister particularly those pertaining to promotions in the civil bureaucracy on the pattern of Pak Army
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 4 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
The House may discuss the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 4 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Higher Education Commission (HEC)
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 4 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the overall performance of CDA with particular reference to removal of encroachments in commercial and residential areas in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 4 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the situation arising out of allotment of plots to CDA employees on green belts in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 3 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the issue of imposition of Article 245 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 in the Federal Capital Territory and the emerging Political situation
Debated
Senate 12 227 2 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 2 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
The House may discuss the recommendations made by the Civil Services Reforms Committee constituted by the Prime Minister particularly those pertaining to promotions in the civil bureaucracy on the pattern of Pak Army
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 2 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
The House may discuss the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Higher Education Commission (HEC)
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 2 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the overall performance of CDA with particular reference to removal of encroachments in commercial and residential areas in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 2 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the situation arising out of allotment of plots to CDA employees on green belts in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 227 2 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the issue of imposition of Article 245 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 in the Federal Capital Territory and the emerging Political situation
Debated
Senate 12 226 1 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 8 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 8 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 8 Moula Bakhsh Chandio, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 8 Afrasiab Khattak, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 8 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 8 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 8 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 7 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 7 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 7 Moula Bakhsh Chandio, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 7 Afrasiab Khattak, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 7 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 7 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 7 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 6 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 6 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 6 Moula Bakhsh Chandio, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 6 Afrasiab Khattak, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 6 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 6 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 6 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 5 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 5 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the national sports policy with particular reference to Pakistan Sports Board and the matters connected thereto
Debated
Senate 12 224 5 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 5 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 5 Moula Bakhsh Chandio, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 5 Afrasiab Khattak, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 5 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 5 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 5 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Debated
Senate 12 224 5 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the overall performance of CDA with particular reference to removal of encroachments in commercial and residential areas in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 5 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the National Internal Security Policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 5 Nisar Muhammad, PML-N
The House may discuss the role of the Government in the affairs of public enterprises/institutions which have been privatized but the Government has shares in the same
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 5 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
That the House may discuss the situation arising out of non-vacation of government quarters by the Estate Office Islamabad from the unauthorized occupants
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 2 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the Foreign Policy of the Government with particular reference to the situation likely to emerge after elections in India and Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 12 224 1 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the Foreign Policy of the Government with particular reference to the situation likely to emerge after elections in India and Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Moula Bakhsh Chandio, PPPP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Afrasiab Khattak, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The House may discuss the political situation developed recently in the country due to certain reasons
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
The House may discuss the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the overall performance of CDA with particular reference to removal of encroachments in commercial and residential areas in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
That the House may discuss the situation arising out of non-vacation of government quarters by the Estate Office Islamabad from the unauthorized occupants
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 224 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the national sports policy with particular reference to Pakistan Sports Board and the matters connected thereto
Admitted for Discussion
Senate 12 223 8 Ahsan Iqbal, PML-N
This House may discuss the Pakistan Vision 2025 and Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 8 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the Foreign Policy of the Government with particular reference to the situation likely to emerge after elections in India and Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 7 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the Foreign Policy of the Government with particular reference to the situation likely to emerge after elections in India and Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the Foreign Policy of the Government with particular reference to the situation likely to emerge after elections in India and Afghanistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
This House may discuss the latest pronouncements of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) with particular reference to those relating to child marriages and easing of restrictions on contracting second marriage by Muslim men
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the latest pronouncements of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) with particular reference to those relating to child marriages and easing of restrictions on contracting second marriage by Muslim men
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
This House may discuss the latest pronouncements of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) with particular reference to those relating to child marriages and easing of restrictions on contracting second marriage by Muslim men
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Robina Irfan, PML
This House may discuss the latest pronouncements of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) with particular reference to those relating to child marriages and easing of restrictions on contracting second marriage by Muslim men
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Saeeda Iqbal, PPPP
This House may discuss the latest pronouncements of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) with particular reference to those relating to child marriages and easing of restrictions on contracting second marriage by Muslim men
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Farah Aqil, ANP
This House may discuss the latest pronouncements of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) with particular reference to those relating to child marriages and easing of restrictions on contracting second marriage by Muslim men
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance and problems being faced by the National Commission on the Status of Women (NCSW)
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the increase of fee in the Universities located in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the overall performance of CDA with particular reference to removal of encroachments in commercial and residential areas in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 6 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
The House may discuss the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 5 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the Foreign Policy of the Government with particular reference to the situation likely to emerge after elections in India and Afghanistan
Debated
Senate 12 223 1 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 1 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Debated
Senate 12 223 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
That the House may discuss the overall performance of Pakistan International Airlines
Debated
Senate 12 223 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House may discuss the increase of fee in the Universities located in Islamabad
Debated
Senate 12 223 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the organizational and administrative matters of Pakistan Olympic Association (POA)
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss the overall performance of CDA with particular reference to removal of encroachments in commercial and residential areas in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 1 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
The House may discuss the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project
Not Taken Up
Senate 12 223 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the overall performance and problems being faced by the National Commission on the Status of Women (NCSW)
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 10 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 10 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 10 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
That the House may discuss the overall performance of Pakistan International Airlines
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 10 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
That this House may discuss the recent decision of the Government to reconstitute the National Security Council
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 10 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
That the House may discuss the overall performance of Pakistan Steel Mills with particular reference to losses being suffered by it`
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 10 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the organizational and administrative matters of Pakistan Olympic Association (POA)
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 10 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss Hajj Policy of the Government with particular reference to Hajj charges for the year 2013
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 9 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 9 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 9 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the issue of import of LNG to meet shortage of energy in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 9 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
That the House may discuss the overall performance of Pakistan International Airlines
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 9 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
That the House may discuss the situation arising out of non-vacation of government quarters by the Estate Office Islamabad from the unauthorized occupants
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 9 Afrasiab Khattak, ANP
The Senate of Pakistan may discuss the overall effects of ban on appointments in the Federal Government departments with particular reference to Federal General Hospital and Federal Medical and Dental College, Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 8 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 7 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 6 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House may discuss the issue of import of LNG to meet shortage of energy in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 6 Afrasiab Khattak, ANP
The Senate of Pakistan may discuss the overall effects of ban on appointments in the Federal Government departments with particular reference to Federal General Hospital and Federal Medical and Dental College, Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the situation arising out of non-availability of clean drinking water in the Federal Capital Area
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 6 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House may discuss Hajj Policy of the Government with particular reference to Hajj charges for the year 2013
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
That the House may discuss the increasing financial losses of Pakistan Railways
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 5 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 5 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
That this House may discuss the recent decision of the Government to reconstitute the National Security Council
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 5 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 5 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
That the House may discuss the overall performance of Pakistan Steel Mills with particular reference to losses being suffered by it
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 5 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
That the House may discuss the situation arising out of non-vacation of government quarters by the Estate Office Islamabad from the unauthorized occupants
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 5 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
That the House may discuss the overall performance of Pakistan International Airlines
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 4 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 3 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 2 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
That the House may discuss the increasing incidents of Cyber Crimes in the country and the steps being taken by the Government to control the same
Debated
Senate 11 222 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
That the House may discuss the issue of power shortage in the country and its subsequent effects on the economy
Debated
Senate 11 222 1 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 1 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
That this House may discuss the recent decision of the Government to reconstitute the National Security Council
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
That the House may discuss the situation arising out of non-vacation of government quarters by the Estate Office Islamabad from the unauthorized occupants
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
That the House may discuss the overall performance of Pakistan International Airlines
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 222 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House may discuss the situation arising out of non-availability of clean drinking water in the Federal Capital Area
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 221 10 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Debated
Senate 11 221 10 Abdul Haseeb Khan, MQM
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 221 10 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
That the House may discuss the increasing incidents of Cyber Crimes in the country and the steps being taken by the Government to control the same
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 221 10 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
That this House may discuss the recent decision of the Government to reconstitute the National Security Council
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 221 10 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
That the House may discuss the issue of power shortage in the country and its subsequent effects on the economy
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 221 10 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
That the House may discuss the situation arising out of non-vacation of government quarters by the Estate Office Islamabad from the unauthorized occupants
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 221 9 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 221 8 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Debated
Senate 11 221 7 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the privatization policy of the Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 11 221 6 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the political and Law and Order situation with particular reference to recent terrorists activities in the country
Debated
Senate 11 221 5 Saeeda Iqbal, PPPP
That this House may discuss the need for establishment of a full-fledged Ministry of Capital Administration and Development to deal with the subjects of health and education in the Islamabad Capital Territory as these subjects are not being attended to properly in the present set up where the CAD has been placed under the Cabinet Secretariat
Debated
Senate 11 221 5 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
The House may discuss the political and Law and Order situation with particular reference to recent terrorists activities in the country
Debated
Senate 11