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Assembly Session No. Sitting No. Name of Representative Resolution Title Status
Assembly Session No. Sitting No. Name of Representative Resolution Title Status
National 47 7 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to deal with the propaganda against Balochistan wisely and vigorously at international forum
Adopted
National 47 7 Khalida Mansoor, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistani embassies to solve the problems of overseas Pakistanis
Dropped
National 47 7 Dr. Shezra Mansab Ali Khan Kharal, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to establish Baba Guru Nanak Sahib International university at Nankana Sahib
Adopted
National 47 7 Sajida Begum, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps for construction of new dams on river Kunhar (Mansehra Division) in order to meet the shortage of electricity
Dropped
National 47 7 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take measures to reduce indirect taxation in the country
Adopted
National 47 7 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take measures to reduce indirect taxation in the country
Adopted
National 47 7 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take measures to reduce indirect taxation in the country
Adopted
National 47 6 Ameer Zaman, JUI
Acknowledging the observance of World Postal Day on 9th October, internationally, as well as in Pakistan and appreciating the services of Universal Postal Union and the Pakistan Post, which was adopted by the House
Adopted
National 47 2 Nighat Parveen, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistani embassies to solve the problems of overseas Pakistanis
Not Taken Up
National 47 2 Junaid Akbar, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to establish separate counters for women in all regional Passport Offices
Not Taken Up
National 47 2 Parveen Masood Bhatti, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to develop new residential projects in the Federal Capital
Not Taken Up
National 47 2 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to improve the relations with the neighbouring countries
Not Taken Up
National 47 2 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to improve the relations with the neighbouring countries
Not Taken Up
National 47 2 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to improve the relations with the neighbouring countries
Not Taken Up
National 47 2 Mrs. Belum Hasnain, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to discourage the trend of getting loans from foreign banks
Not Taken Up
Punjab 31 8 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Maintenance of Public Order (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 (XII of 2017), promulgated on 17th July 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 15th October 2017
Adopted
Punjab 31 8 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Local Government (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 (XIII of 2017), promulgated on 19th July 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 18th October 2017
Adopted
Punjab 31 8 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Education Initiatives Management Authority Ordinance 2017 (XIV of 2017), promulgated on 18th August 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 16th November 2017
Adopted
Balochistan 44 5 Rahmat Ali Baloch, NP
To condemn display of anti-Pakistan posters related to Balochistan in Geneva, Switzerland
Adopted
Balochistan 44 5 Sarfaraz Ahmed Bugti, PML-N
To condemn display of anti-Pakistan posters related to Balochistan in Geneva, Switzerland
Adopted
Balochistan 44 5 Sardar Muhammad Aslam Bizinjo, NP
To condemn display of anti-Pakistan posters related to Balochistan in Geneva, Switzerland
Adopted
Balochistan 44 5 Mir Khalid Langov, NP
To condemn display of anti-Pakistan posters related to Balochistan in Geneva, Switzerland
Adopted
Balochistan 44 5 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
To ensure fair distribution of resources to Balochistan and its share in NFC award as per 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Balochistan 44 5 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Payment of compensation to the families of mine workers who lost their lives during work
Adopted
Balochistan 44 5 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
Payment of compensation to the families of mine workers who lost their lives during work
Adopted
Balochistan 44 5 Dr. Ruqayya Saeed Hashmi, PML
Payment of compensation to the families of mine workers who lost their lives during work
Adopted
Balochistan 44 5 Dr. Shama Ishaq Baloch, NP
Payment of compensation to the families of mine workers who lost their lives during work
Adopted
National 46 8 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Abdul Qadir Baloch, PML-N
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Sheikh Aftab Ahmed, PML-N
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Fazal-Ur-Rehman, JUI
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Dr. Arif Alvi, PTI
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Shazia Marri, PPPP
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Shafqat Mehmood, PTI
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Shahida Akhtar Ali, JUI
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Syed Ali Raza Abidi, MQM
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Shah Jee Gul Afridi, IND
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Khalil George, PML-N
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Muhammad Ijaz-Ul-Haq, PML-Z
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
National 46 8 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
Reaffirms the Charter of the United Nations including the Principle of Humanitarian intervention and international Covenants on Civil and Political Rights as well as Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; recalls resolution for the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council on situation of Rohingya Muslims m Myanmar; also recalls earlier resolution of this House on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims; condemns ongoing violence and grave human rights violations of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar which has led to their genocide; deplores the systematic and organized destruction of villages and homes Muslims: condemns the perseverance and courage of Rohingya Muslims in the face of severe conveys deepest sympathy and condolences to the Victims of these brutalities and Pakistan's unwavering solidarity with the Rohingya Muslims for the realization their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights;underscores the need to resolve and address the underlying causes in Rakhine State which has led to the incidents of violence and discrimination: recognizes the importance of bringing Rohingya Muslims in the mainstream through effective political and socio-economic measures; notes that the United Nations has declared Rohigya as one of the most persecuted minorities which have suffered serious human rights violations: calls upon the international community especially the Human Rights Council to urge the Myanmar Government to ensure the realization of rights of the Rohigya Muslims, investigates the incidents of human rights violations and hold the perpetrators accountable for such violations: urges the international Community to provide humanitarian assistance to Rohingya
Adopted
Senate 267 6 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
This House recommends that the National Cadet Corps (NCC) should be re-introduced in all public and private Higher Secondary educational institutions in the country
Deferred
Senate 267 6 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that the Government should take appropriate steps to reduce the expenditures for Hajj under the Government scheme
Deferred
Senate 267 6 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House recommends that all public sector universities and colleges should make arrangements for admission tests at provincial headquarters
Deferred
Senate 267 6 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Federal Government should establish separate university for women in every district of the country
Deferred
Senate 267 6 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
The Senate of Pakistan is of the opinion that conversion of National Highway from Karachi to Hyderabad into motorway will create many problems and hardships for light traffic as it will not be able to handle all traffic, the heavy as well as light traffic. The House recommends that the Government should construct a separate motorway to connect Karachi with other parts of the country
Deferred
Senate 267 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to improve the performance of the Pakistan Cotton Standard Institute, Karachi
Deferred
Senate 267 6 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House recommends that three different slabs be made for tariff of natural gas in Balochistan for domestic consumers i.e. from 0 to 500 mcf, 501 to 1000 mcf and 1001 mcf and above
Deferred
National 46 7 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to restore the educational increments of all Federal Government employees
Adopted
National 46 7 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control the manufacturing of spurious drugs an the country
Adopted
National 46 7 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
This House rs of the opinion that the government should take steps to construct new small dams in the country
Adopted
National 46 7 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House s of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country
Adopted
National 46 7 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House s of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country
Adopted
National 46 7 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to set up more hospitals in the Federal Capital
Adopted
Punjab 31 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
Paying glowing tributes and praising the services and achievements of Dr. Ruth Pfau, a noted social worker who devoted her life for the eradication of Leprosy from Pakistan and struggled selflessly for decades fighting against this disease
Adopted
Punjab 31 3 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Parks and Horticulture Authority (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 (IX of 2017), promulgated on 20 June 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 18 September 2017
Adopted
Punjab 31 3 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Dera Ghazi Khan Development Authority (Repeal) Ordinance 2017 (X of 2017), promulgated on 21 June 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 19 September 2017
Adopted
Punjab 31 3 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Criminal Prosecution Service (Constitution, Functions and Powers) (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 (XI of 2017), promulgated on 22 June 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 20 September 2017
Adopted
Punjab 31 3 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
Paying tribute to Nawaz Sharif (Ex-Prime Minister) for the services rendered by him for Pakistan by making Pakistan a nuclear power, initiated game changing project CPEC, presented National Action Plan to combat terrorism, took bold decisions in terms of operation Zarb-e-Azab and Rad-ul-Fasad and overcame energy crises. The resolution expressed absolute confidence in his leadership and pledged to crush all conspiracies hatched against him at the legal and political fronts and vowed to fail all intrigues against democracy
Adopted
Punjab 31 1 Mian Mehmood ur Rasheed, PTI
This house strongly condemn genocide and atrocities against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar by its army and demanded the UN rights organizations and world community to take notice of it and play role in stopping the crime against humanity and the other Resolution moved by Mr. Khalil Tahir Sandhu, Minister for Human Rights & Minorities Affairs rejecting allegations of US President Donald Trump against Pakistan for US failure in Afghanistan and ignoring the sacrifices given by the Pakistanis and praised armed forces for rendering matchless services in the war on terror
Adopted
Balochistan 44 3 Sardar Sanaullah Khan Zehri, PML-N
A constitutional resolution under Article 144 of the Constitution of Pakistan which empowers the Balochistan Assembly to make legislation regarding Ruet-e-Hilal that shall be implementable in the entire country
Adopted
Balochistan 44 2 Samina Khan, PML-N
About training of public schools teachers to control physical and mental violence on students
Withdrawn
Balochistan 44 2 Samina Khan, PML-N
Urging the Provincial Government to construct Balochistan House in Karachi
Adopted
Balochistan 44 2 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
Calling the government to contact the Federal Government to review its agriculture policy and make it beneficial for farmers of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 44 2 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
Calling the government to contact the Federal Government to review its agriculture policy and make it beneficial for farmers of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 44 2 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
Calling the government to contact the Federal Government to review its agriculture policy and make it beneficial for farmers of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 44 2 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
Calling the government to contact the Federal Government to review its agriculture policy and make it beneficial for farmers of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Hamid Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Nawab Muhammad Ayaz Khan Jogezai, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Sardar Ghulam Mustafa Khan Tareen, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Molana Abdul Wasay, JUI
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 William Jan Barkat, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Engineer Zmarak Khan, ANP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Syed Mohammad Raza, MWMP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Tahir Mehmood Khan, PML-N
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Balochistan 44 1 Dr. Shama Ishaq Baloch, NP
This House expresses its deep grief and anger on the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) and condemns the inhumane treatment of Muslims in the country. It is the responsibility of United Nations to take notice of this cruelty, the violation of fundamental human rights and the discrimination against people on the base of religion, color, creed and culture. No religion, international law or charter preaches hate against human beings. The religion is a matter of free choice for everyone and nobody can be killed on the basis of this choice. It is therefore responsibility of the United Nations Security Council, leaders of the world nations, independent world organizations and the democratic governments to take immediate steps to stop the genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. This House shares the grief of the affected families of Rohingya Muslims. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to seek help of Muslim and non-Muslim countries as well as the United Nations Peace Corps for ending the killings of Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
National 46 2 Nighat Parveen, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control Hepatitis in the country
Not Taken Up
National 46 2 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps on diplomatic front to prevent India from building dams on Pakistani rivers
Not Taken Up
National 46 2 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take special steps to promote religious harmony in the country
Not Taken Up
National 46 2 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take special steps to promote religious harmony in the country
Not Taken Up
National 46 2 Sajida Begum, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistani embassies to solve the problems of overseas Pakistanis
Not Taken Up
National 46 2 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide quality services to patients in all Federal Government hospitals
Not Taken Up
National 46 2 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide quality services to patients in all Federal Government hospitals
Not Taken Up
National 46 2 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide quality services to patients in all Federal Government hospitals
Not Taken Up
National 46 2 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide quality services to patients in all Federal Government hospitals
Not Taken Up
Senate 267 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Realizing that the future of Pakistan and its 200 million people depends on continuity of democratic governance embedded in supremacy of the Constitution and that democratic civic education is an important instrument to provide people with intellectual context and develop necessary skills in them to actively and effectively participate in this national pursuit; Mindful of the fact that about half of Pakistan’s population is under twenty-five and not all young people are fortunate to get formal school, college and university education and that core concepts like Constitutionalism, federalism and representative parliamentary institutions are missing in the textbooks taught in the nation’s classrooms; Acknowledging this deficit the Education Policy 2009 urged that, “Curriculum shall emphasize the fundamental rights guaranteed to the citizens of Pakistan, so that each individual shall develop within himself / herself and the society at large, a civic culture strong enough to withstand any extra constitutional interference which threatens those rights”; Endorsing the Joint Communiqué of 17th Speakers’ Conference (April 15, 2014, Islamabad) that suggested changes in educational curriculum to inculcate in the minds of new generation the importance of democracy and to make it aware of the democratic struggle for parliamentary democracy in the country; Recalling Article 25 to the Charter of Democracy which provides for establishment of a Commission for the promotion and development of a democratic culture in the country; This House calls upon the Government that: 1. Democratic Civic Education shall be made a compulsory part of curriculum and educational activities in the country; 2. The Fundamental Rights enshrined in the Constitution of 1973 along with an unbiased account of constitutional and democratic developments in Pakistan shall be included in the textbooks; 3. Extra and co-curricular activities at the national campuses shall include themes related to parliamentary democracy, fundamental rights and Constitutionalism in Pakistan; 4. For general public, the Public Service Broadcasters and independent private media under their public service obligations shall devote a fair amount of time to expand their understanding about the Constitution and its relevance as a vibrant contract between citizens and the State; and 5. A National Democracy Commission as envisaged in the Charter of Democracy shall be established to promote and develop a democratic culture in the country
Adopted
Senate 267 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should present all International conventions, treaties, covenants and commitments before the Senate for ratification
Adopted
Senate 267 1 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House recommends that the PIA flights from/ to Quetta may be operated according to the following schedule:- (i) one flight from Quetta to Islamabad in the morning on daily basis; (ii) one flight from Islamabad to Quetta in the evening on daily basis; (iii) three flights during a week on Karachi-Quetta-Zhob-Islamabad route; and (iv) three flights during a week on Islamabad-Zhob-Quetta-Karachi route
Adopted
Senate 267 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should direct the office of the AGPR to ensure autonomy of the Election Commission of Pakistan in financial matters to enable it to perform without any hindrance
Deferred
Senate 267 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
This House recommends that the National Cadet Corps (NCC) should be re-introduced in all public and private Higher Secondary educational institutions in the country
Deferred
Senate 267 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that the Government should take appropriate steps to reduce the expenditures for Hajj under the Government scheme
Deferred
Senate 267 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
Condemning the genocide of Rohingya Muslims at the hands of Buddhist extremists and Burmese forces. The Government of Pakistan should raise this issue in the United Nations with reference to the report of a Commission formed by the then Secretary General of UNO Kufi Anna to probe into the issue of Rohingya Muslims in Burma
Adopted
National 45 2 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Sikandar Hayat Khan Bosan, PML-N
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Abdul Qadir Baloch, PML-N
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Dr. Arif Alvi, PTI
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Shazia Marri, PPPP
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 2 Syed Ghazi Gulab Jamal, IND
The National Assembly of Pakistan unanimously rejects the unacceptable targeting of Pakistan by US President Donald Trump in his statement on 2151 August, 2017 on Afghanistan and South Asia. The National Assembly also rejects claims of General Nicholson, NATO Commander in Afghanistan regarding existence of Taliban shuras in Quetta and Peshawar. Given India's known support to terrorism and its destabilizing policies in the region, this House condemns attempts by the Trump Administration to provide more space to India in Afghanistan and considers it a move highly detrimental to regional stability, and complete failure to understand existing ground realities and emerging challenges in the region. It also condemns Indian state inflicted repression on the people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and reiterates Pakistan's continued diplomatic, political and moral support for their struggle for self-determination. This House: • Rejects the US claim of g1v1ng Pakistan billions of dollars in aid. In fact Pakistan's economy has suffered a loss of more than 123 billion dollars. • Denounces the complete disregard and lack of respect for Pakistan's immense sacrifices in countering terrorism. The fact that more than 70 thousand Pakistanis have been victims of terrorism, a menace brought to the region four decades ago, has been totally ignored. The National Assembly acknowledges the sacrifices of the security forces in their counter-terrorism operations and expresses full support for the counter terrorism operations being conducted by the armed forces of Pakistan along with the Rangers and Law Enforcement Agencies. This House reiterates that as a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has in place a robust and credible command and control system which has been universally recognized. The National Assembly regards President Trump's and General Nicholson's statements on Pakistan as hostile and threatening, and calls on the Government of Pakistan to: • express the determination of people of Pakistan to protect Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity; • consider the postponement of any visits by US delegations to Pakistan or by Pakistani delegations/officials to the USA; • Consider suspension of cooperation with US particularly the provision of Ground/Air Lines of Communication (GLOCs/ALOCs) through Pakistan; • draw up and inform the US and the Afghan government of a blueprint for the return of all Afghan refugees in a dignified but specified time frame; • formulate economic policies to deal with any situation arising out of the absence of US assistance ; • Commence a diplomatic initiative . Particularly with friendly countries in the region. to inform the international community of Pakistan's counter terrorism strategy and successes and the repercussions on the region of the failed US­ Afghan policy; and • Reiterate Pakistan's determination to strengthen border control measures on the international border with Afghanistan and demand cooperation and similar action from Afghanistan and ISF. The National Assembly expresses its serious concern over the increasing concentration of ISIS and other terrorist networks in the Afghan provinces bordering Pakistan and demands that: • Afghanistan, the US and its allies should close their borders to leaders of terrorists/militant groups carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan; • The Afghan government should close all safe havens being provided to the Tehreek-i- Taliban Pakistan, Jamaat-ui-Ahrar and other terrorist organizations, from where terror attacks are conducted against Pakistan; • The US, NATO and the Afghan government should ensure that India is denied the use of Afghan territory to conduct terrorist attacks against Pakistan . This House reiterates its commitment to constructively engage with the US on the full spectrum of bilateral relations based upon the principle of reciprocity and mutual respect. This House also reiterates Pakistan's desire for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and urges the Government to continue its efforts to strengthen its relations with Afghanistan and support international efforts for peace and reconciliation
Adopted
National 45 1 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control the manufacturing of spurious drugs in the country
Not Taken Up
National 45 1 Sajida Begum, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase Pakistani Exports
Not Taken Up
National 45 1 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to restore the educational increments of all Federal Government employees
Not Taken Up
National 45 1 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to control threat of water resources scarcity in the country
Not Taken Up
National 45 1 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of electricity in the country
Not Taken Up
National 45 1 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of electricity in the country
Not Taken Up
National 45 1 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of electricity in the country
Not Taken Up
National 45 1 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of electricity in the country
Not Taken Up
National 45 1 Sheikh Aftab Ahmed, PML-N
This House expresses deep grief on the sad demise of late Mr. Gulzar Khan, MNA from Peshawar, KPK and prays to Allah Almighty that his soul may rest in peace and the bereaved family may be blessed with the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. This House also acknowledges his invaluable services for upholding of democratic and parliamentary traditions and practices
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
Urging the Federal government to provide gas to all districts of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Urging the Federal government to provide gas to all districts of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Hamid Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Urging the Federal government to provide gas to all districts of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
Urging the Federal government to provide gas to all districts of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Urging the Federal government to provide gas to all districts of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, PKMAP
Urging the Federal government to provide gas to all districts of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 William Jan Barkat, PKMAP
Urging the Federal government to provide gas to all districts of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
Urging the Federal government to provide gas to all districts of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
Urging the Federal government to provide gas to all districts of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
Urging the Federal government to provide gas to all districts of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Rahmat Ali Baloch, NP
Urging the Federal government to revise pay scale of civil services employees
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
Urging the Federal government to revise pay scale of civil services employees
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Mir Khalid Langov, NP
Urging the Federal government to revise pay scale of civil services employees
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
Demanding the central government to complete the Kachhi Canal project on agreed terms
Adopted
Balochistan 43 4 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
Demanding the central government to complete the Kachhi Canal project on agreed terms
Adopted
Balochistan 43 3 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
urging the Federal government for provision of natural gas to District Harnai
Adopted
Balochistan 43 2 Shahida Rauf, JUI
Whereas the precious lives are lost in the province every day due to road accidents caused by over speeding or other reasons. Therefore, this House recommends to the provincial government to approach the federal government in order to instruct the National Highway Authority to set a speed limit for passenger buses and other vehicles and formulate a mechanism of check and balance on roads in coordination with the provincial Department of Transport
Adopted
Balochistan 43 2 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
This House recommends to the provincial government to establish a Dar-ul-Amaan in each Divisional Headquarter to provide relief to the victims of violence against women
Adopted
Senate 266 6 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Government should announce a clear roadmap with specific time frame to end the country's dependence on foreign and domestic loans
Adopted
Senate 266 6 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Realizing that the future of Pakistan and its 200 million people depends on continuity of democratic governance embedded in supremacy of the Constitution and that democratic civic education is an important instrument to provide people with intellectual context and develop necessary skills in them to actively and effectively participate in this national pursuit; Mindful of the fact that about half of Pakistan’s population is under twenty-five and not all young people are fortunate to get formal school, college and university education and that core concepts like Constitutionalism, federalism and representative parliamentary institutions are missing in the textbooks taught in the nation’s classrooms; Acknowledging this deficit the Education Policy 2009 urged that, “Curriculum shall emphasize the fundamental rights guaranteed to the citizens of Pakistan, so that each individual shall develop within himself / herself and the society at large, a civic culture strong enough to withstand any extra constitutional interference which threatens those rights”; Endorsing the Joint Communiqué of 17th Speakers’ Conference (April 15, 2014, Islamabad) that suggested changes in educational curriculum to inculcate in the minds of new generation the importance of democracy and to make it aware of the democratic struggle for parliamentary democracy in the country; Recalling Article 25 to the Charter of Democracy which provides for establishment of a Commission for the promotion and development of a democratic culture in the country; This House calls upon the Government that: 1. Democratic Civic Education shall be made a compulsory part of curriculum and educational activities in the country; 2. The Fundamental Rights enshrined in the Constitution of 1973 along with an unbiased account of constitutional and democratic developments in Pakistan shall be included in the textbooks; 3. Extra and co-curricular activities at the national campuses shall include themes related to parliamentary democracy, fundamental rights and Constitutionalism in Pakistan; 4. For general public, the Public Service Broadcasters and independent private media under their public service obligations shall devote a fair amount of time to expand their understanding about the Constitution and its relevance as a vibrant contract between citizens and the State; and 5. A National Democracy Commission as envisaged in the Charter of Democracy shall be established to promote and develop a democratic culture in the country
Deferred
Senate 266 6 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps to appoint Homeopathic Doctors in all Hospitals working under the Administrative control of the Federal Government
Adopted
Senate 266 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The Senate of Pakistan congratulates the Cricket team and the whole nation on its victory against India in the Final match of ICC Champions Trophy, 2017. The House pays tribute to all the players, team management and Pakistan Cricket Board on this excellent performance
Adopted
Senate 266 6 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to preserve the culture and heritage of the people of Kalash, Chitral and to make arrangements for inclusion of that area in UNESCO World Heritage sites
Adopted
Senate 266 3 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
Recommending the Provincial Governments to revive students unions in the educational institutions and regulate the same in order to ensure zero tolerance for violent activities
Adopted
National 44 10 Abdul Qadir Baloch, PML-N
In recognition of parliamentary services rendered by the Parliamentary Committee on Electoral Reforms having held 129 meetings and examined 8-election laws followed by finalization of the Elections Bill, 2017; Constitution (Twenty-second Amendment) Bill; Constitution (Twenty-seventh Amendment) Bill and Draft Elections Rules, 2017; This House strongly recommends that one or more members from each Parliamentary Party having made valuable contributions in at least 50-meetings of Committee/Sub-Committees along with its Chairman and Conveners of Sub-Committees, Honorable Speaker, having provided overall leadership, and Secretary Committee, Secretary Election Commission of Pakistan and Senior Draftsman of the Law Division who all provided Secretarial support, should be given Presidential Award
Adopted
Senate 266 1 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
The House recommends that at least 20 seats may be reserved for the students of Balochistan in all Cadet Colleges of the country
Disposed off
Senate 266 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should launch a special channel of the state Television (PTV) to broadcast parliamentary proceedings of Federal and provincial legislatures
Adopted
Senate 266 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should improve the quality of front page of Pakistani official passports and to increase its pages
Adopted
Senate 266 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Gianchand, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Sajjad Hussain Turi, IND
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Hidayat Ullah, IND
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Tanveer-ul-Haq Thanvi, MQM
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Robina Irfan, PML
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Khushbakht Shujat, MQM
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Haji Momin Khan Afridi, IND
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Rozi Khan Kakar, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
This House recommends that the Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan should be removed immediately from his office after registration of FIR against him on the orders of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the light of recommendations of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Panama Case
Deferred
Senate 266 1 Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan Musakhel, PKMAP
This House recommends that the Federal Government should take immediate steps to help the people affected by recent rains and floods in districts Musakhel, Zhob and Sherani, Balochistan
Adopted
Senate 266 1 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
This House recommends that the Government should construct more small Hydro electric dams to control load shedding in the country
Adopted
National 44 7 Abdul Qadir Baloch, PML-N
We, the members of the National Assembly, express our deepest sorrow at the passing away of Dr. Ruth Katherine Pfau, a great humanist who spent a lifetime dedicated to public service in Pakistan. Dr. Ruth Pfau adopted Pakistan as her country and Pakistani people as her people. For more than five decades, she served the poorest, and the most vulnerable people of this country with love, care and commitment. As founder of Marie Adelaida Leprosy Centre and the National Leprosy Control Program Dr. Ruth Pfau worked with a single purpose of fighting this deadly disease, as a result of which Pakistan became one of the first countries to be declared leprosy free in 1996 by the World Health Organization (WHO). Dr. Ruth Pfau received several awards, including the highest Civil Award Nishan-e- Quaid- e- Azam for her many services. This House resolves that her rich legacy of selflessness, hope and perseverance be commemorated through a befitting state funeral. This House further resolves that a care foundation be set up in recognition of her services by the Government of Pakistan
Adopted
National 44 4 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to restore the educational increments of all Federal Government employees
Not Taken Up
National 44 4 Khalida Mansoor, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to reverse the policy of the Government regarding non-allotment of Government residential accommodation to the employees of Constitutional bodies i.e. National Assembly Secretariat, Senate Secretariat, Election Commission of Pakistan and Supreme Court of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 44 4 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to construct new water reservoirs to control the shortage of water in the country
Not Taken Up
National 44 4 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistani embassies to solve the problems of overseas Pakistanis
Not Taken Up
National 44 4 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
This House is of the opinion that a University may be set up in Hyderabad to cater for better educational facilities to the people
Not Taken Up
Sindh 35 4 Khairunisa Mughal, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Shamim Mumtaz, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Rehana Leghari, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Shahid Abdul Salam Taheem, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Nusrat Sultana, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Sharmila Sahebah Farooqi, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Sajeela Leghari, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Shehnaz Begum, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Rukhsana Parveen, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Bahadur Khan Dahri, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Shaheena, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Farhat Seemi, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Saira Shahliani, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the inhuman act of rape with 13 years old girl in Rajanpur, Multan Punjab. The more pathetic was the Jirga decided such an ugly act for that girl as a punishment. We demand that culprits should be punished strictly
Adopted
Sindh 35 4 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
This House congratulates President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Mr. Asif Ali Zardari on his 62nd Birthday and his services for the cause of Democracy will be remembered in the golden annals of history
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Ghazala Siyal, PPPP
To computerize the record in Police Stations and introduce E-Complaint System in the Province
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has lost the moral authority and integrity to continue as Prime Minister of Pakistan and in the greater national interest of Pakistan and democracy, should resign immediately
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
To exempt all sort of duties and taxes on life saving drugs especially medicines used for dog bite, snack bite, sugar, heart, hepatitis and cancer
Not Taken Up
Sindh 35 2 Saeed Khan Nizamani, PML-F
To reduce the timing of Load-Shedding in District Sanghar
Not Taken Up
Sindh 35 2 Syed Nadeem Razi, MQM
To pay tribute to well-known Social Leader Abdul Sattar Edhi at the eve of his first death anniversary for his valuable services to humanity
Not Taken Up
Sindh 35 2 Khairunisa Mughal, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Ghazala Siyal, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Dr. Sikander Mandhro, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Ghulam Qadir Chandio, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Mir Mumtaz Hussain Khan, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Sharmila Sahebah Farooqi, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Sajeela Leghari, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Sikandar Ali Shoro, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Ghulam Murtaza Baloch, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Shehnaz Begum, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Faqirdad Khoso, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Muhammad Ali Malkani, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Fayaz Ali Butt, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Mir Haji Mohammad Hayat Khan Talpur, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Sardar Muhammad Bux Khan Mahar, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Muhammad Ali Bhutto, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Sindh 35 2 Ahmed Ali Khan Pitafi, PPPP
The house demands that Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif should step down immediately as he as lost moral credibility to hold the all important ost of premiership. His act of concealing the facts of declaring assets, producing fake documents before honorable supreme court and its JIT and evading taxes has shattered the confidence of people of Pakistan. It is therefore the considered opinion of this August House that Nawaz Sharif should forthwith
Adopted
Senate 264 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
This House expresses its profound grief and sorrow over the sad demise of Senate Agha Shahbaz Khan Durrani who passed away on 25th June, 2017. The Senate of Pakistan has lost one of its young and dynamic legislator who was passionate, conscientious a hardworking and approached Parliamentary Business with a youthful enthusiasm and zeal. Senator Agha Shahbaz Khan Durrani was elected as Senator from the Province of Balochistan against a seat reserved for Technocrats and Ulema in 2015 and was Chairman of the Senate Functional Committee on Government Assurances. The late Senator Agha Shahbru Khan Durrani not only actively. Participated in debates on legislative and non-legislative matters in the Upper House but also raised voice for the marginalized segments of the society, particularly the issues being faced by the people of Balochistan. He was persuasive and effective, and earned the respect of many for confronting problems and issues directly. Senator Agha Shahbaz Khan Durrani belonged to a Noble family and possessed a strong professional background, but his dealing with the Members and Staff of the Senate was highly respectful and full of warmth. He has earned great respect in the minds and hearts of fellow Parliamentarians through his actions and behavior as well as cordial discussion. He has left behind a very young family comprising of wife and four sons aged between 2 to 16 years, for whom his early demise is a lifelong loss and vacuum. We all share the loss sustained by his family and friends and express the deepest sympathies with the bereaved family. We pray to Almighty Allah to shower His infinite blessings upon the departed soul and may his soul rest in eternal peace (Ameen). A copy of this resolution may be sent to the bereaved family as an expression of the high esteem and affection in which he was held
Adopted
Senate 264 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
This House expresses its profound grief and sorrow over the sad demise of Senate Agha Shahbaz Khan Durrani who passed away on 25th June, 2017. The Senate of Pakistan has lost one of its young and dynamic legislator who was passionate, conscientious a hardworking and approached Parliamentary Business with a youthful enthusiasm and zeal. Senator Agha Shahbaz Khan Durrani was elected as Senator from the Province of Balochistan against a seat reserved for Technocrats and Ulema in 2015 and was Chairman of the Senate Functional Committee on Government Assurances. The late Senator Agha Shahbru Khan Durrani not only actively. Participated in debates on legislative and non-legislative matters in the Upper House but also raised voice for the marginalized segments of the society, particularly the issues being faced by the people of Balochistan. He was persuasive and effective, and earned the respect of many for confronting problems and issues directly. Senator Agha Shahbaz Khan Durrani belonged to a Noble family and possessed a strong professional background, but his dealing with the Members and Staff of the Senate was highly respectful and full of warmth. He has earned great respect in the minds and hearts of fellow Parliamentarians through his actions and behavior as well as cordial discussion. He has left behind a very young family comprising of wife and four sons aged between 2 to 16 years, for whom his early demise is a lifelong loss and vacuum. We all share the loss sustained by his family and friends and express the deepest sympathies with the bereaved family. We pray to Almighty Allah to shower His infinite blessings upon the departed soul and may his soul rest in eternal peace (Ameen). A copy of this resolution may be sent to the bereaved family as an expression of the high esteem and affection in which he was held
Adopted
KP 25 7 Meraj Hamayun Khan, QWP
To appoint female Professor as head of Girls Khyber Medical College and make amendments in rules for this purpose if necessary
Adopted
KP 25 7 Uzma Khan, JUI
To appoint female Professor as head of Girls Khyber Medical College and make amendments in rules for this purpose if necessary
Adopted
KP 25 7 Naseem Hayat, PTI
To appoint female Professor as head of Girls Khyber Medical College and make amendments in rules for this purpose if necessary
Adopted
KP 25 7 Yasmeen Pir Muhammad Khan, ANP
To appoint female Professor as head of Girls Khyber Medical College and make amendments in rules for this purpose if necessary
Adopted
KP 25 7 Bibi Fozia, PTI
To appoint female Professor as head of Girls Khyber Medical College and make amendments in rules for this purpose if necessary
Adopted
KP 25 7 Nargas, PTI
To appoint female Professor as head of Girls Khyber Medical College and make amendments in rules for this purpose if necessary
Adopted
National 43 11 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
The National Assembly of Pakistan strongly condemns terror attacks on the Parliament of Islamic Republic of Iran and mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini
Adopted
National 43 11 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
The National Assembly of Pakistan strongly condemns terror attacks on the Parliament of Islamic Republic of Iran and mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini
Adopted
National 43 11 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The National Assembly of Pakistan strongly condemns terror attacks on the Parliament of Islamic Republic of Iran and mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini
Adopted
National 43 11 Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, QWP
The National Assembly of Pakistan expresses its deep concern over recent developments in relations involving brotherly Muslim States in Gulf region
Adopted
National 43 11 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
The National Assembly of Pakistan expresses its deep concern over recent developments in relations involving brotherly Muslim States in Gulf region
Adopted
National 43 11 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The National Assembly of Pakistan expresses its deep concern over recent developments in relations involving brotherly Muslim States in Gulf region
Adopted
Senate 263 10 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
To condemn the terrorist incident on the Parliament of Iran the mousseline of Imam Khomeini and to show solidarity with the people of Iran
Adopted
Senate 263 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
This House expresses its profound grief and sorrow over the sad demise of Member National Assembly and former Senator Abdul Rahim Khan Mandokhel. Late Mr. Abdul Rahim Khan Mandokhel was born on 15th June, 1932 at Omza Mersenzai Zhob. He was a law graduate. He served as Vice President of Pakhunkhwa National Awami Party from 1974 to 1986 and as Senior Deputy Chairman Pakhunkhwa -Mili-Awami-Itehad Parti from 1986 to 1989. He was Senior Deputy Chairman Pakhunkhwa Mili Awami Party since 1989. He was elected as Member Senator of Pakistan from 1991 to 1997. He remained Member Provincial Assembly Balochistan from 1997 to 1999. He was re-elected to the Senate of Pakistan on general seat from 2006 to 2012. He was elected as Member National Assembly from NA-260 in General Elections of 2013. Mr. Mandokhel struggled throughout his life for the rights of the downtrodden people and never compromised on principles. He was known for his indefatigable efforts for the welfare of the Pashtoons. The unprecedented services of the deceased for stability of democracy in the country will always be remembered. While sharing the loss sustained by his family members, his party and the nation as a whole, this House expresses its heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved family. We pray to Allah Almighty to shower His infinite blessings upon him and may his soul rest in eternal peace (Ameen)
Adopted
Punjab 29 7 Mian Mehmood ur Rasheed, PTI
This house supporting freedom struggle by Kashmiri Muslims against the occupant Indian Army and condemned the recent killing/martyrdom of 12 Kashmiris including Commander Sabzar Bhatt at the hands of Indian forces and prayed for the departed souls. The resolution condemned the atrocities being committed on the unarmed Kashmiris to crush their freedom struggle and assured his Kashmiri brethren that Pakistanis are always standing with them against the barbarism of Indian Army and will continue to provide them political and moral support. The resolution demanded the Federal Government to immediately take up the issue of violence in Kashmir with UNO, OIC and other International platforms and request the world fora to intervene and play its effective role to stop violence in Kashmir by Indian forces
Adopted
Punjab 29 3 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house demanding to develop service structure for electronic media, journalists and workers on the pattern of the Newspapers Employees Act for print media, was unanimously passed by the House. The resolution voiced serious concern over the termination of few employees in different media houses and termed this termination injustice with the families of the journalists and share disrespect to the profession of the journalism. The resolution further stated that through such acts neither journalism could flourish nor justice based society could be established and demanded immediate reinstatement of terminated employees and payment of their pending dues
Adopted
Punjab 29 3 Shunila Ruth, PTI
This house demanding to take stern action against quacks in the province and penalize them whose treatment is turning people disabled/handicapped and due to their wrong treatment they are losing their lives
Adopted
Punjab 29 3 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
This house demanding to initiate legislation against builders and developers who cheat general public through attractive advertisement of their projects on electronic and print media and collect lacs of rupees from them on the pretext of booking of under construction buildings and plazas, which had not been completed and handed over even after the lapse of ten years to the concerned
Pending
Punjab 29 3 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
This house demanding exemption of tax on agriculture income be increased to Rs.0.4 million from Rs.80,000 as available to the business community and full tax exemption be given on 12 acres of land
Rejected
Punjab 29 3 Muhammad Sibtain Khan, PTI
This house demanding to increase minimum daily wages of labourers to Rs.1000 and Rs.25000 per month, moreover they should be provided privileges as per labour laws and rates of their pension, marriage grant and death grant be doubled
Pending
Punjab 29 3 Malik Taimoor Masood, PTI
This house demanding to restrict private schools owners from charging advance fee during summer vacations
Pending
Punjab 29 3 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
This house demanding to take stern action against the manufacturers in the province manufacturing ice using substandard procedure
Pending
Punjab 29 3 Nighat Sheikh, PML-N
This house demanding construction of bridge between medicine market and Victoria Hospital situated on Circular Road Bahawalpur to facilitate attendants accompanying patients and to avoid traffic accidents
Adopted
Balochistan 41 1 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
This House considers Senior Deputy Chairman PkMAP, MNA, former Senator and MPA Balochistan, renowned lawyer and writer Abdul Rahim Mandokhel a great leader of Pakhtun nationalist movement and pays tribute to his role and sacrifices for removing military regimes, democracy, rule of law, parliamentary supremacy, federation, eighteenth amendment, social justice and struggle for peace and development. This House reaffirms to continue the mission of the deceased leader and prays to Allah for his forgiveness and offers condolences to his family
Adopted
Balochistan 41 1 Obaidullah Jan Alias Babat, PKMAP
This House considers Senior Deputy Chairman PkMAP, MNA, former Senator and MPA Balochistan, renowned lawyer and writer Abdul Rahim Mandokhel a great leader of Pakhtun nationalist movement and pays tribute to his role and sacrifices for removing military regimes, democracy, rule of law, parliamentary supremacy, federation, eighteenth amendment, social justice and struggle for peace and development. This House reaffirms to continue the mission of the deceased leader and prays to Allah for his forgiveness and offers condolences to his family
Adopted
Balochistan 41 1 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
This House considers Senior Deputy Chairman PkMAP, MNA, former Senator and MPA Balochistan, renowned lawyer and writer Abdul Rahim Mandokhel a great leader of Pakhtun nationalist movement and pays tribute to his role and sacrifices for removing military regimes, democracy, rule of law, parliamentary supremacy, federation, eighteenth amendment, social justice and struggle for peace and development. This House reaffirms to continue the mission of the deceased leader and prays to Allah for his forgiveness and offers condolences to his family
Adopted
Balochistan 41 1 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
This House considers Senior Deputy Chairman PkMAP, MNA, former Senator and MPA Balochistan, renowned lawyer and writer Abdul Rahim Mandokhel a great leader of Pakhtun nationalist movement and pays tribute to his role and sacrifices for removing military regimes, democracy, rule of law, parliamentary supremacy, federation, eighteenth amendment, social justice and struggle for peace and development. This House reaffirms to continue the mission of the deceased leader and prays to Allah for his forgiveness and offers condolences to his family
Adopted
Balochistan 41 1 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
This House considers Senior Deputy Chairman PkMAP, MNA, former Senator and MPA Balochistan, renowned lawyer and writer Abdul Rahim Mandokhel a great leader of Pakhtun nationalist movement and pays tribute to his role and sacrifices for removing military regimes, democracy, rule of law, parliamentary supremacy, federation, eighteenth amendment, social justice and struggle for peace and development. This House reaffirms to continue the mission of the deceased leader and prays to Allah for his forgiveness and offers condolences to his family
Adopted
Balochistan 41 1 William Jan Barkat, PKMAP
This House considers Senior Deputy Chairman PkMAP, MNA, former Senator and MPA Balochistan, renowned lawyer and writer Abdul Rahim Mandokhel a great leader of Pakhtun nationalist movement and pays tribute to his role and sacrifices for removing military regimes, democracy, rule of law, parliamentary supremacy, federation, eighteenth amendment, social justice and struggle for peace and development. This House reaffirms to continue the mission of the deceased leader and prays to Allah for his forgiveness and offers condolences to his family
Adopted
Balochistan 41 1 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
This House considers Senior Deputy Chairman PkMAP, MNA, former Senator and MPA Balochistan, renowned lawyer and writer Abdul Rahim Mandokhel a great leader of Pakhtun nationalist movement and pays tribute to his role and sacrifices for removing military regimes, democracy, rule of law, parliamentary supremacy, federation, eighteenth amendment, social justice and struggle for peace and development. This House reaffirms to continue the mission of the deceased leader and prays to Allah for his forgiveness and offers condolences to his family
Adopted
Balochistan 41 1 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
This House considers Senior Deputy Chairman PkMAP, MNA, former Senator and MPA Balochistan, renowned lawyer and writer Abdul Rahim Mandokhel a great leader of Pakhtun nationalist movement and pays tribute to his role and sacrifices for removing military regimes, democracy, rule of law, parliamentary supremacy, federation, eighteenth amendment, social justice and struggle for peace and development. This House reaffirms to continue the mission of the deceased leader and prays to Allah for his forgiveness and offers condolences to his family
Adopted
Balochistan 41 1 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
This House considers Senior Deputy Chairman PkMAP, MNA, former Senator and MPA Balochistan, renowned lawyer and writer Abdul Rahim Mandokhel a great leader of Pakhtun nationalist movement and pays tribute to his role and sacrifices for removing military regimes, democracy, rule of law, parliamentary supremacy, federation, eighteenth amendment, social justice and struggle for peace and development. This House reaffirms to continue the mission of the deceased leader and prays to Allah for his forgiveness and offers condolences to his family
Adopted
KP 24 13 Mufti Said Janan, JUI
This House recommends to the federal government through the Provincial Government to implement the death sentence awarded to Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadev on immediate grounds so that no person dares to take the path Yadev took
Adopted
KP 24 13 Muhammad Ali, JI
This House recommends to the federal government through the Provincial Government to implement the death sentence awarded to Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadev on immediate grounds so that no person dares to take the path Yadev took
Adopted
KP 24 13 Jafar Shah, ANP
This House recommends to the federal government through the Provincial Government to implement the death sentence awarded to Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadev on immediate grounds so that no person dares to take the path Yadev took
Adopted
KP 24 13 Shah Farman, PTI
This House recommends to the federal government through the Provincial Government to implement the death sentence awarded to Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadev on immediate grounds so that no person dares to take the path Yadev took
Adopted
KP 24 13 Meraj Hamayun Khan, QWP
This House recommends to the federal government through the Provincial Government to implement the death sentence awarded to Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadev on immediate grounds so that no person dares to take the path Yadev took
Adopted
KP 24 13 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
This House recommends to the federal government through the Provincial Government to implement the death sentence awarded to Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadev on immediate grounds so that no person dares to take the path Yadev took
Adopted
KP 24 13 Bakht Baidar, QWP
This House recommends to the federal government through the Provincial Government to implement the death sentence awarded to Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadev on immediate grounds so that no person dares to take the path Yadev took
Adopted
KP 24 11 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
This House recommends to the federal government through the provincial government to start PIA flights from Peshawar to Lahore on daily basis and to ensure that flights are not late
Adopted
KP 24 11 Azam Khan Durrani, JUI
This House recommends to the federal government through the provincial government to start PIA flights from Peshawar to Lahore on daily basis and to ensure that flights are not late
Adopted
KP 24 11 Jafar Shah, ANP
This House recommends to the federal government through the provincial government to start PIA flights from Peshawar to Lahore on daily basis and to ensure that flights are not late
Adopted
KP 24 11 Khaliq Ur Rehman, PTI
This House recommends to the federal government through the provincial government to start PIA flights from Peshawar to Lahore on daily basis and to ensure that flights are not late
Adopted
KP 24 11 Fazal Elahi, PTI
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to ensure that PIA operates its flights in strict compliance to flights schedule and take steps to reduce PIA's deficit without burdening the pockets of public
Adopted
KP 24 11 Azam Khan Durrani, JUI
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to ensure that PIA operates its flights in strict compliance to flights schedule and take steps to reduce PIA's deficit without burdening the pockets of public
Adopted
KP 24 11 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to ensure that PIA operates its flights in strict compliance to flights schedule and take steps to reduce PIA's deficit without burdening the pockets of public
Adopted
KP 24 11 Izazul Mulk, JI
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to ensure that PIA operates its flights in strict compliance to flights schedule and take steps to reduce PIA's deficit without burdening the pockets of public
Adopted
KP 24 11 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to ensure that PIA operates its flights in strict compliance to flights schedule and take steps to reduce PIA's deficit without burdening the pockets of public
Adopted
Punjab 29 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab ratifies the deployment of Special Security Division (SSD) Troops for China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects across the Punjab under Article 147 read with Article 245 of the Constitution
Adopted
Punjab 29 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Women Protection Authority Ordinance 2017 (II of 2017), promulgated on 11 April 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 10 July 2017
Adopted
Punjab 29 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Shehr-e-Khamoshan Authority Ordinance 2017 (III of 2017), promulgated on 11 April 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 10 July 2017
Adopted
Punjab 29 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Punjab Boilers and Pressure Vessels (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 (IV of 2017), promulgated on 14 April 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 13 July 2017
Adopted
Punjab 29 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Rawalpindi Medical University Ordinance 2017 (V of 2017), promulgated on 05 May 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 03 August 2017
Adopted
Punjab 29 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Faisalabad Medical University Ordinance 2017 (VI of 2017), promulgated on 05 May 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 03 August 2017
Adopted
Punjab 29 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Nishtar Medical University Ordinance 2017 (VII of 2017), promulgated on 05 May 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 03 August 2017
Adopted
Punjab 29 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Police Order (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 (VIII of 2017), promulgated on 10 May 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 08 August 2017
Adopted
Punjab 29 1 Mian Mehmood ur Rasheed, PTI
This house condemning the verdict of International Court of Justice suspending the capital punishment of Kulbhushan Yadav an Indian Spy who was awaiting execution in Pakistan
Pending
Sindh 32 16 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
The Ministry of Education should implement the Notification NO: SO(ACD-II)9-6/2005 dated September 20, 2005, which deals with rule changes in the Sindh Private Educational Institutions (Regulation and Control) Ordinance 2001
Adopted
Sindh 32 16 Syed Muhammad Qamar Abbas Rizvi, MQM
Subject of disaster management be included in the syllabus of the Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools
Adopted
Sindh 32 16 Rana Ansar, MQM
To appoint Lady Teachers in Primary Schools to educate children for having better results in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 16 Nand Kumar, PML-F
To take necessary step for plantation of one hundred thousand more trees in each district of the Province to overcome the heat wave and environmental problems
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 16 Mahtab Akbar Shah Rashidi, PML-F
Government by realizing the importance of Technology advancement, should take the steps to fully equip the existing Technical, Vocational and Commercial Institutes with required machinery and equipment to further strengthen the Technical Training
Not Taken Up
National 42 2 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control the manufacturing of spurious drugs in the country
Not Taken Up
National 42 2 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to discourage minor in domestic employment and child beggary in the Federal Capital
Not Taken Up
National 42 2 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistani embassies to solve the problems of overseas Pakistanis
Not Taken Up
National 42 2 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of electricity in the country
Not Taken Up
National 42 2 Sajida Begum, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase Pakistani exports
Not Taken Up
National 42 2 Abdul Qadir Baloch, PML-N
The National Assembly condemns the brutal murder of 14 Labourers in Baluchistan
Adopted
KP 24 10 Arif Yousuf, PTI
This House recommends to compensate the affectees of Sukhi Kinari Dam at the rate fixed for Dasu Dam compensation
Adopted
KP 24 10 Muhammad Sheeraz, PML-N
This House recommends to compensate the affectees of Sukhi Kinari Dam at the rate fixed for Dasu Dam compensation
Adopted
KP 24 10 Mufti Said Janan, JUI
This House recommends to compensate the affectees of Sukhi Kinari Dam at the rate fixed for Dasu Dam compensation
Adopted
KP 24 10 Muhammad Idrees, PTI
This House recommends to compensate the affectees of Sukhi Kinari Dam at the rate fixed for Dasu Dam compensation
Adopted
KP 24 10 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
This House recommends to compensate the affectees of Sukhi Kinari Dam at the rate fixed for Dasu Dam compensation
Adopted
KP 24 10 Jafar Shah, ANP
This House recommends to compensate the affectees of Sukhi Kinari Dam at the rate fixed for Dasu Dam compensation
Adopted
KP 24 10 Arif Yousuf, PTI
The House recommends to the federal government through Provincial Government to include the construction of an overhead bridge in Abbottabad from Fawara Chowk to Mian di Seri in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
KP 24 10 Muhammad Sheeraz, PML-N
The House recommends to the federal government through Provincial Government to include the construction of an overhead bridge in Abbottabad from Fawara Chowk to Mian di Seri in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
KP 24 10 Mufti Said Janan, JUI
The House recommends to the federal government through Provincial Government to include the construction of an overhead bridge in Abbottabad from Fawara Chowk to Mian di Seri in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
KP 24 10 Muhammad Idrees, PTI
The House recommends to the federal government through Provincial Government to include the construction of an overhead bridge in Abbottabad from Fawara Chowk to Mian di Seri in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
KP 24 10 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
The House recommends to the federal government through Provincial Government to include the construction of an overhead bridge in Abbottabad from Fawara Chowk to Mian di Seri in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
KP 24 10 Jafar Shah, ANP
The House recommends to the federal government through Provincial Government to include the construction of an overhead bridge in Abbottabad from Fawara Chowk to Mian di Seri in the China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
National 42 1 Sheikh Aftab Ahmed, PML-N
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the National School of Public Policy (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017 (I of 2017) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f 6th May, 2017 under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 42 1 Akram Khan Durrani, JUI
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
National 42 1 Ibadullah, PML-N
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
National 42 1 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
National 42 1 Shah Jee Gul Afridi, IND
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
National 42 1 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
National 42 1 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
National 42 1 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
National 42 1 Mir Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani, PPPP
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
National 42 1 Muhammad Gohar Shah, JUI
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
National 42 1 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
National 42 1 Abdul Qahar Khan Wadan, PKMAP
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Deputy Chairman Senate and JUI's General Secretary
Adopted
Sindh 32 14 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
This assembly vehemently condemns the culprits of brutal killing of innocent citizens on 12th May, 2007 who were peacefully struggling for the independence of judiciary in Karachi
Adopted
Balochistan 40 5 Mir Khalid Langov, NP
The government to contact Federal Government on the matter of releasing funds for PTV Quetta Center
Adopted
Balochistan 40 5 Rahmat Ali Baloch, NP
The government to contact Federal Government on the matter of releasing funds for PTV Quetta Center
Adopted
Balochistan 40 5 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
The government to contact Federal Government on the matter of releasing funds for PTV Quetta Center
Adopted
Balochistan 40 5 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
The government to contact Federal Government on the matter of releasing funds for PTV Quetta Center
Adopted
Balochistan 40 4 Husan Bano, JUI
Demanding the Federal Government to provide Hajj opportunity to unsuccessful applicants of Balochistan as well
Adopted
Balochistan 40 4 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
Demanding the Federal Government to provide Hajj opportunity to unsuccessful applicants of Balochistan as well
Adopted
Balochistan 40 4 Dr. Shama Ishaq Baloch, NP
Demanding the Federal Government to provide Hajj opportunity to unsuccessful applicants of Balochistan as well
Adopted
Balochistan 40 4 Shahida Rauf, JUI
Demanding the Federal Government to provide Hajj opportunity to unsuccessful applicants of Balochistan as well
Adopted
Balochistan 40 4 Samina Khan, PML-N
Recommending the government to construct flyover on Askari Park Airport Road
Adopted
Balochistan 40 4 Shahida Rauf, JUI
To condemn border violations by Afghan Forces at Chaman
Adopted
Balochistan 40 2 Husan Bano, JUI
Demanding the Federal Government to provide Hajj opportunity to unsuccessful applicants of Balochistan as well
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 40 2 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
Demanding the Federal Government to provide Hajj opportunity to unsuccessful applicants of Balochistan as well
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 40 2 Shahida Rauf, JUI
Demanding the Federal Government to provide Hajj opportunity to unsuccessful applicants of Balochistan as well
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 40 2 Dr. Shama Ishaq Baloch, NP
Demanding the Federal Government to provide Hajj opportunity to unsuccessful applicants of Balochistan as well
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 40 2 Samina Khan, PML-N
Recommending the government to construct flyover on Askari Park Airport Road
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 40 2 Shahida Rauf, JUI
To condemn border violations by Afghan Forces at Chaman
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 39 1 Sardar Sanaullah Khan Zehri, PML-N
Expressing confidence on Prime Minister of Pakistan in the wake of Apex Court’s verdict on Panama Papers’ scandal
Adopted
Balochistan 39 1 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Expressing confidence on Prime Minister of Pakistan in the wake of Apex Court’s verdict on Panama Papers’ scandal
Adopted
Balochistan 39 1 Sardar Muhammad Aslam Bizinjo, NP
Expressing confidence on Prime Minister of Pakistan in the wake of Apex Court’s verdict on Panama Papers’ scandal
Adopted
Balochistan 39 1 Sarfaraz Ahmed Bugti, PML-N
Expressing confidence on Prime Minister of Pakistan in the wake of Apex Court’s verdict on Panama Papers’ scandal
Adopted
Sindh 32 13 Dr. Zafar Ahmed Khan Kamali, MQM
Funds in respect of Community Development Program be released in all the Constituencies of the Sindh
Rejected
Sindh 32 13 Saifuddin Khalid, MQM
To take notice of Traffic Jam and poor condition of roads in Karachi and take steps to resolve it
Disposed off
Sindh 32 13 Syed Muhammad Qamar Abbas Rizvi, MQM
To shift Central Jail Karachi from the Centre of the City to the outskirts of the City
Disposed off
Sindh 32 13 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
There’s menace of unruly cables wires on electric poles throughout the City, which can be dangerous and also look unlikely and unsightly. The House resolves to immediately remove all such cables and put them under ground
Disposed off
Sindh 32 13 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
The Ministry of Education should implement the Notification NO: SO(ACD-II)9-6/2005 dated September 20, 2005, which deals with rule changes in the Sindh Private Educational Institutions (Regulation and Control) Ordinance 2001
Disposed off
KP 24 6 Saleem Khan, PPPP
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to withdraw ban on the appointment of female staff in Nadra to facilitate KP women in registering for CNICs
Adopted
KP 24 6 Jafar Shah, ANP
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to withdraw ban on the appointment of female staff in Nadra to facilitate KP women in registering for CNICs
Adopted
KP 24 6 Bakht Baidar, QWP
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to withdraw ban on the appointment of female staff in Nadra to facilitate KP women in registering for CNICs
Adopted
KP 24 6 Qurban Ali Khan, PTI
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to withdraw ban on the appointment of female staff in Nadra to facilitate KP women in registering for CNICs
Adopted
KP 24 6 Shah Hussain, JUI
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to withdraw ban on the appointment of female staff in Nadra to facilitate KP women in registering for CNICs
Adopted
KP 24 6 Zareen Riaz, PTI
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to withdraw ban on the appointment of female staff in Nadra to facilitate KP women in registering for CNICs
Adopted
KP 24 6 Izazul Mulk, JI
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to withdraw ban on the appointment of female staff in Nadra to facilitate KP women in registering for CNICs
Adopted
KP 24 6 Inayat Ullah, JI
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to withdraw ban on the appointment of female staff in Nadra to facilitate KP women in registering for CNICs
Adopted
KP 24 6 Sahibzada Sanaullah, PPPP
This House recommends to the Federal Government through Provincial Government to withdraw ban on the appointment of female staff in Nadra to facilitate KP women in registering for CNICs
Adopted
KP 24 3 Haider Ali, PTI
In view of the judgment passed by the Hon'able Judges of the Supreme Court of Pakistan on 20th April, 2017 in Panama case regarding the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and his family, non of the judges gave clean chit to the Prime Minister and his family of the senior most judges declared the Prime Minister as disqualified the Prime Minister ship, on their remarks all the judges are of the view that Prime Minister could not prove justify his assets to be acquired by legal means and asked for further inquiry. Therefore, this house believe that the Prime Minister has lost his moral authority and demand his resignation immediately till the final decision
Adopted
KP 24 3 Sikandar Hayat Khan, QWP
In view of the judgment passed by the Hon'able Judges of the Supreme Court of Pakistan on 20th April, 2017 in Panama case regarding the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and his family, non of the judges gave clean chit to the Prime Minister and his family of the senior most judges declared the Prime Minister as disqualified the Prime Minister ship, on their remarks all the judges are of the view that Prime Minister could not prove justify his assets to be acquired by legal means and asked for further inquiry. Therefore, this house believe that the Prime Minister has lost his moral authority and demand his resignation immediately till the final decision
Adopted
KP 24 3 Syed Muhammad Ali Shah, PPPP
In view of the judgment passed by the Hon'able Judges of the Supreme Court of Pakistan on 20th April, 2017 in Panama case regarding the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and his family, non of the judges gave clean chit to the Prime Minister and his family of the senior most judges declared the Prime Minister as disqualified the Prime Minister ship, on their remarks all the judges are of the view that Prime Minister could not prove justify his assets to be acquired by legal means and asked for further inquiry. Therefore, this house believe that the Prime Minister has lost his moral authority and demand his resignation immediately till the final decision
Adopted
Sindh 32 10 Muhammad Rashid Khilji, MQM
Up-gradation of existing filter plants and construction of LSRs & HSRs be immediately carried out to cater the needs of drinking water for the residents of Latifabad, Hyderabad and Qasimabad
Rejected
Sindh 32 10 Syed Muhammad Qamar Abbas Rizvi, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of illegal encroachment/illegal allotment in Martin Quarters, Clatin Quarters, Jail Road Quarters, Pakistan Quarters which is made in Patronage of Estate Office Karachi
Adopted
Sindh 32 10 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
Hyderabad Electric Supply Corporation (HESCO) has badly failed to provide quality services to its consumers. On the one hand Deduction Bills, un-announced Load-shedding, over reading and system breakdown is creating hurdles for the masses while on the other hand HESCO is not improving and upgrading the present system to meet and cater with requisite needs. The House resolves that the Sindh Government should approach the Federal Government for its redressal
Adopted
Sindh 32 10 Soorath Thebo, PML-N
This August House condemns the irresponsible, non-political and misguiding attitude and behavior of Imran Khan, as he is continuously misguiding the Nation since last so many years
Adopted
Sindh 32 10 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
This House resolves that Sindh Government implement with its immediate effect, the previous decision of starting One Dish to be served on wedding festivities throughout Sindh. It’s also recommended to prohibit ostentatious display and wasteful expenses on marriage occasions and events therewith in the Province
Adopted
Punjab 28 2 Muhammad Sibtain Khan, PTI
To obtain the National Identity Card is a fundamental right of every citizen but besides other difficulties, citizens have to face problems to get rectified mistakes made by the department and have to run to the court for its rectification, so the resolution urged the government to restrict NADRA to correct such mistakes if made by the department
Disposed off
Punjab 28 2 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
This hoouse demanding to initiate legislation against builders and developers who cheat general public through attractive advertisement of their projects on electronic and print media and collect lacs of rupees from them on the pretext of booking of under construction buildings and plazas, which had not been completed and handed over even after the lapse of ten years to the concerned
Pending
Punjab 28 2 Ch Ashraf Ali Ansari, PML-N
Installation of incinerators in phases at all DHQ Hospitals in the Province
Adopted
Punjab 28 2 Iram Hassan Bajwa, PML-N
That those Policemen who lost their lives while performing duty should be called as “Martyrs” and not deceased
Adopted
Punjab 28 2 Shehzad Munshi, PML-N
This house demanding to take action against indecent and vulgar advertisements published on public transport especially on rickshaws
Adopted
Punjab 28 2 Malik Taimoor Masood, PTI
This house demanding cancellation of route permits of buses and wagons fitted with sub-standard CNG cylinders as these vehicles are like moving bombs which are dangerous for human lives
Rejected
Punjab 28 2 Shunila Ruth, PTI
This house demanding to take stern action against quacks in the province and penalized them whose treatment is making people disabled and even taking precious human lives
Pending
Punjab 28 1 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house reposing full confidence in the active, effective and sagacious leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and that he is a glittering ray of hope and faith to ensure development, prosperity and long lasting solutions to the public problems. The resolution paid rich tributes to Prime Minister for his role in steering the country out of power crises, bringing peace in the country and eliminating terrorism. It also stated that the historic project of CPEC capable of changing the destiny of Nation would be remembered with his name. The resolution voiced concern over the activities of elements conspiring to push the country towards anarchy, uncertainty, instability and pressed all political forces to focus 2018 General Elections so that his Government could utilize its energies towards the welfare of country
Adopted
Balochistan 37 6 Rahmat Ali Baloch, NP
To add a separate box for special persons in census form
Adopted
Balochistan 37 6 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
To add a separate box for special persons in census form
Adopted
Balochistan 37 6 William Jan Barkat, PKMAP
To add a separate box for special persons in census form
Adopted
Balochistan 37 5 William Jan Barkat, PKMAP
The provincial government should adopt a proper procedure to fullfill the 5% job quota of minorities while announcing new jobs in different departments
Withdrawn
Balochistan 37 5 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The provincial government should establish educational institutions in the adjacent areas of Quetta city. Moreover the Quetta Development Authority should allocate the land of Purani Sabzi Mandi to education department, and release funds for establishing new educational institutions
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 37 5 Husan Bano, JUI
The subject of journalism should be included in the curriculum of colleges throughout Balochistan
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 37 5 Dr. Ruqayya Saeed Hashmi, PML
The subject of journalism should be included in the curriculum of colleges throughout Balochistan
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 37 5 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
The subject of journalism should be included in the curriculum of colleges throughout Balochistan
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 37 5 Molana Abdul Wasay, JUI
By keeping in consideration the ten years services of community school teachers, the government must regularise these teachers and grant a government status to these schools
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 37 5 Haji Abdul Malik Kakar, JUI
By keeping in consideration the ten years services of community school teachers, the government must regularise these teachers and grant a government status to these schools
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 37 5 Molvi Maazullah Musakhel, JUI
By keeping in consideration the ten years services of community school teachers, the government must regularise these teachers and grant a government status to these schools
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 37 4 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
Sharing water with Balochistan as per agreed formula
Adopted
Balochistan 37 4 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
Sharing water with Balochistan as per agreed formula
Adopted
Balochistan 37 4 Rahat Jamali, PML-N
Sharing water with Balochistan as per agreed formula
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Sardar Muhammad Aslam Bizinjo, NP
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Nawab Mohammad khan shahwani, NP
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 William Jan Barkat, PKMAP
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, PKMAP
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Mufti Gulab Khan, JUI
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 3 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The discriminatory attitude of Law enforcement agencies against Pakhtoons during operations against terrorism in Sindh and Punjab
Adopted
Balochistan 37 2 Husan Bano, JUI
To contact the federal government to put forward the demand for raise in the Hajj quota for Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 37 2 Kishwar Ahmed, PML-N
To contact the federal government to put forward the demand for raise in the Hajj quota for Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 37 2 Molana Abdul Wasay, JUI
On 8th September 2015 Supreme Court of Pakistan gave a decision for making Urdu as official language, but still the government has not issued any administrative order regarding it
Rejected
Balochistan 37 2 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The provincial government should establish educational institutions in the adjacent areas of Quetta city. Moreover the Quetta Development Authority should allocate the land of Purani Sabzi Mandi to education department, and release funds for establishing new educational institutions
Deferred
Balochistan 37 2 William Jan Barkat, PKMAP
The provincial government should adopt a proper procedure to fullfill the 5% job quota of minorities while announcing new jobs in different departments
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 37 1 Molana Abdul Wasay, JUI
Condolence over the demise of JUI-F lawmaker, Haji Gul Muhammad Dummar, who had a cardiac arrest on January 26, 2017
Adopted
Balochistan 37 1 Engineer Zmarak Khan, ANP
Condolence over the demise of JUI-F lawmaker, Haji Gul Muhammad Dummar, who had a cardiac arrest on January 26, 2017
Adopted
Balochistan 37 1 Haji Abdul Malik Kakar, JUI
Condolence over the demise of JUI-F lawmaker, Haji Gul Muhammad Dummar, who had a cardiac arrest on January 26, 2017
Adopted
Balochistan 37 1 Molvi Maazullah Musakhel, JUI
Condolence over the demise of JUI-F lawmaker, Haji Gul Muhammad Dummar, who had a cardiac arrest on January 26, 2017
Adopted
Balochistan 37 1 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
Condolence over the demise of JUI-F lawmaker, Haji Gul Muhammad Dummar, who had a cardiac arrest on January 26, 2017
Adopted
Balochistan 37 1 Mufti Gulab Khan, JUI
Condolence over the demise of JUI-F lawmaker, Haji Gul Muhammad Dummar, who had a cardiac arrest on January 26, 2017
Adopted
Balochistan 37 1 Shahida Rauf, JUI
Condolence over the demise of JUI-F lawmaker, Haji Gul Muhammad Dummar, who had a cardiac arrest on January 26, 2017
Adopted
Balochistan 37 1 Husan Bano, JUI
Condolence over the demise of JUI-F lawmaker, Haji Gul Muhammad Dummar, who had a cardiac arrest on January 26, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 32 8 Dr. Zafar Ahmed Khan Kamali, MQM
To establish an Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases at Mirpurkhas
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 8 Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM
To direct NADRA to expedite the process of renewal of Computerized National Identity Cards’ in Karachi
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 8 Mohammad Yousuf Shahwani, MQM
To take steps to stop cultivation of Vegetables which are cultivated with sewerage water and the water which contains chemical or industrial waste in Karachi and its supply in Karachi
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 8 Mahtab Akbar Shah Rashidi, PML-F
To review and revise the out dated syllabus being taught in the Government run institutions to meet the present requirements and challenges of the modern world
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 8 Kamran Akhtar, MQM
To establish Degree Colleges for Special Children at Divisional Headquarters in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 7 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Dr. Sikander Mandhro, PPPP
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Waqar Hussain Shah, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Heer Soho, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Dr. Zafar Ahmed Khan Kamali, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Mahtab Akbar Shah Rashidi, PML-F
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Waryyam Faqir, PML-F
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Hargun Das Ahuja, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Rana Ansar, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Muhammad Rashid Khilji, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Syed Muhammad Qamar Abbas Rizvi, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Naheed Begum, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Mohammad Yousuf Shahwani, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Soorath Thebo, PML-N
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Muhammad Azeem Farooqi, MQM
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 7 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
This House expresses its congratulations and felicitations to Younis Khan for being the first Pakistani batsmen to achieve the milestone of 10,000 career test runs. Younis Khan it the embodiment of the Pakistani spirit of playing hard and being a fierce competitor on the cricket filed. The House also honour Younis Khan as a great ambassador for both cricket and Pakistan. This House again extends its congratulations on this great accolade and expresses best wishes to Younis Khan on his future endeavors
Adopted
Sindh 32 6 Samar Ali Khan, PTI
This House demands in the wake of Panama Case Judgment by the Honourable Justices of the Supreme Court of Pakistan on April, 20, 2017 that Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif resign as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. None of the Honourable Justices of the Supreme Court be it the majority or minority gave the Prime Minister a clear clean chit. The Judges in their remarks have noted that the Prime Minister and his family have not been completely honest regarding the explanations about their properties. This House strongly believes that Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has lost the moral authority to continue as Prime Minister of Pakistan and in the greater National interest should resign immediately.
Adopted
Sindh 32 6 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
This House demands in the wake of Panama Case Judgment by the Honourable Justices of the Supreme Court of Pakistan on April, 20, 2017 that Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif resign as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. None of the Honourable Justices of the Supreme Court be it the majority or minority gave the Prime Minister a clear clean chit. The Judges in their remarks have noted that the Prime Minister and his family have not been completely honest regarding the explanations about their properties. This House strongly believes that Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has lost the moral authority to continue as Prime Minister of Pakistan and in the greater National interest should resign immediately.
Adopted
Sindh 32 6 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
This House demands in the wake of Panama Case Judgment by the Honourable Justices of the Supreme Court of Pakistan on April, 20, 2017 that Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif resign as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. None of the Honourable Justices of the Supreme Court be it the majority or minority gave the Prime Minister a clear clean chit. The Judges in their remarks have noted that the Prime Minister and his family have not been completely honest regarding the explanations about their properties. This House strongly believes that Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has lost the moral authority to continue as Prime Minister of Pakistan and in the greater National interest should resign immediately.
Adopted
Sindh 32 5 Dr. Zafar Ahmed Khan Kamali, MQM
Cardiac Ward of Mirpurkhas Hospital be upgraded as an Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases Mirpurkhas
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 5 Kamran Akhtar, MQM
To establish a Cadet College in Karachi
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 5 Khairunisa Mughal, PPPP
To stop unannounced Load-Shedding in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 5 Mohammad Yousuf Shahwani, MQM
To take steps to stop cultivation of Vegetables which are cultivated with sewerage water and the water which contains chemical or industrial waste in Karachi and its supply
Not Taken Up
Sindh 32 5 Saifuddin Khalid, MQM
To take notice of Traffic Jam and poor condition of roads in Karachi and take steps to resolve it
Not Taken Up
National 41 8 Sheikh Aftab Ahmed, PML-N
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the National School of Public Policy (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017 (I of 2017) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f 6th May, 2017 under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 261 6 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
The House recommends that at least 20 seats may be reserved for the students of Balochistan in all cadet colleges of the country
Deferred
Senate 261 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
The House recommends that an airport may be established in District Mansehra
Withdrawn
Senate 261 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should complete the under construction flats in Parliament Lodges at the earliest
Dropped
Senate 261 6 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
The House recommends that the Federal Government may allot a piece of land for the Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University, Islamabad and allocate sufficient amount for construction of its building during the next fiscal year
Deferred
Senate 261 6 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take effective steps to promote the celebration of traditional Islamic religious festivals and days of religious significance in the schools and educational institutions to mark the religious outlook of our society
Adopted
Senate 261 6 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Government should take effective steps to control the indecent and vulgar material on electronic and print media and on web
Adopted
National 41 5 Asiya Naz Tanoli, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take up the issues of violations of Indus Water Treaty by India at all the available forums
Not Taken Up
National 41 5 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase the age limit up to 35 years for appointment of women in Federal Government Departme
Not Taken Up
National 41 5 Nighat Parveen, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control environmental pollution in the country
Not Taken Up
National 41 5 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistani embassies to help out Pakistani prisoners in foreign countries
Not Taken Up
National 41 5 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistani embassies to help out Pakistani prisoners in foreign countries
Not Taken Up
National 41 5 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistani embassies to help out Pakistani prisoners in foreign countries
Not Taken Up
National 41 5 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to construct new water reservoirs on war footings
Not Taken Up
National 41 5 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
National 41 5 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
National 41 5 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
National 41 5 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
National 41 5 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
National 41 5 Dr. Arif Alvi, PTI
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
National 41 5 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
National 41 5 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
National 41 5 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
National 41 5 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
National 41 5 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
The House unanimously condemns the murder of Mashal Khan
Adopted
Balochistan 38 6 Nawab Mohammad khan shahwani, NP
Electricity provided to regions Sohbat Pur Nasir Abad and Jaffarabad District
Adopted
Balochistan 38 6 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
Electricity provided to regions Sohbat Pur Nasir Abad and Jaffarabad District
Adopted
Balochistan 38 6 Mir Izhar Hussain Khosa, PML-N
Electricity provided to regions Sohbat Pur Nasir Abad and Jaffarabad District
Adopted
Balochistan 38 6 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
Electricity provided to regions Sohbat Pur Nasir Abad and Jaffarabad District
Adopted
Balochistan 38 5 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
Blockage and renewal of CNICs in District Pishin Balochistan
Withdrawn
Sindh 32 1 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
Vandals are always found to be hand-in-glove with land mafia, and on the top of it when the members of the law enforcing agencies connived in their wanton acts, it seems that the administration of this metropolis has fallen into the hands of the philistines. Jufelhurst School in Soldier Bazar, a protected heritage, under section 6 of the Sindh Cultural Heritage (Preservation) Act, 1994 built by a lady by the name of Sybil D’ Abreo on her own property in 1931 has been demolished on the night between Saturday and Sunday 8th and 9th April, despite protest of the Head Master of the School and the adjoining neighbourers. Even when the Police reached the spot on complaint, it too failed to stop these philistines. This House resolves that not only the culprits including the members of the law enforcing agency who witnessed this demolition with relish be punished but also the school building be reconstructed as a Model School immediately at the cost of the plunderers. It is further stated that the Department concerned shall, within a period of one month from the date of communication of the resolution by the Assembly Secretariat, apprise the Assembly of the action taken on the resolution as required under sub-rule (2) of Rule 135 of Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 32 1 Syed Faisal Ali Subzwari, MQM
Vandals are always found to be hand-in-glove with land mafia, and on the top of it when the members of the law enforcing agencies connived in their wanton acts, it seems that the administration of this metropolis has fallen into the hands of the philistines. Jufelhurst School in Soldier Bazar, a protected heritage, under section 6 of the Sindh Cultural Heritage (Preservation) Act, 1994 built by a lady by the name of Sybil D’ Abreo on her own property in 1931 has been demolished on the night between Saturday and Sunday 8th and 9th April, despite protest of the Head Master of the School and the adjoining neighbourers. Even when the Police reached the spot on complaint, it too failed to stop these philistines. This House resolves that not only the culprits including the members of the law enforcing agency who witnessed this demolition with relish be punished but also the school building be reconstructed as a Model School immediately at the cost of the plunderers. It is further stated that the Department concerned shall, within a period of one month from the date of communication of the resolution by the Assembly Secretariat, apprise the Assembly of the action taken on the resolution as required under sub-rule (2) of Rule 135 of Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh
Adopted
KP 24 1 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to enact efficient legislation to control content on social media ridiculing Islam because foreign conspiracies and a religious persons are making youth astray using the social media
Adopted
KP 24 1 Imtiaz Shahid, PTI
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to enact efficient legislation to control content on social media ridiculing Islam because foreign conspiracies and a religious persons are making youth astray using the social media
Adopted
KP 24 1 Muhammad Ali, JI
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to enact efficient legislation to control content on social media ridiculing Islam because foreign conspiracies and a religious persons are making youth astray using the social media
Adopted
KP 24 1 Muhammad Rashad Khan, PML-N
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to enact efficient legislation to control content on social media ridiculing Islam because foreign conspiracies and a religious persons are making youth astray using the social media
Adopted
KP 24 1 Nighat Orakzai, PPPP
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to enact efficient legislation to control content on social media ridiculing Islam because foreign conspiracies and a religious persons are making youth astray using the social media
Adopted
KP 24 1 Maulana Lutf Ur Rehman, JUI
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to enact efficient legislation to control content on social media ridiculing Islam because foreign conspiracies and a religious persons are making youth astray using the social media
Adopted
KP 24 1 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to convene a joint sitting of the Parliament to condemn the American Attack on Syria. This House also condemns the attack and appeals Muslim countries to raise voice against this attack at forums like United Nations and OIC because this is not only an attack on Syria but on whole Muslim ummah
Adopted
KP 24 1 Nighat Orakzai, PPPP
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to convene a joint sitting of the Parliament to condemn the American Attack on Syria. This House also condemns the attack and appeals Muslim countries to raise voice against this attack at forums like United Nations and OIC because this is not only an attack on Syria but on whole Muslim ummah
Adopted
KP 24 1 Muhammad Ali, JI
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to convene a joint sitting of the Parliament to condemn the American Attack on Syria. This House also condemns the attack and appeals Muslim countries to raise voice against this attack at forums like United Nations and OIC because this is not only an attack on Syria but on whole Muslim ummah
Adopted
KP 24 1 Sultan Muhammad Khan, QWP
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to convene a joint sitting of the Parliament to condemn the American Attack on Syria. This House also condemns the attack and appeals Muslim countries to raise voice against this attack at forums like United Nations and OIC because this is not only an attack on Syria but on whole Muslim ummah
Adopted
KP 24 1 Maulana Lutf Ur Rehman, JUI
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to convene a joint sitting of the Parliament to condemn the American Attack on Syria. This House also condemns the attack and appeals Muslim countries to raise voice against this attack at forums like United Nations and OIC because this is not only an attack on Syria but on whole Muslim ummah
Adopted
KP 24 1 Muhammad Rashad Khan, PML-N
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to convene a joint sitting of the Parliament to condemn the American Attack on Syria. This House also condemns the attack and appeals Muslim countries to raise voice against this attack at forums like United Nations and OIC because this is not only an attack on Syria but on whole Muslim ummah
Adopted
KP 24 1 Izazul Mulk, JI
This House urges the provincial government to recommend to the federal government to convene a joint sitting of the Parliament to condemn the American Attack on Syria. This House also condemns the attack and appeals Muslim countries to raise voice against this attack at forums like United Nations and OIC because this is not only an attack on Syria but on whole Muslim ummah
Adopted
Senate 261 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take effective steps to implement the provision of clause (3) of Article 172 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in letter and spirit
Adopted
Senate 261 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should appoint a Minister for the Ministry of Textile Industry in order to promote the growth of textile exports and sustainability of the textile sector
Adopted
Senate 261 1 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Government should announce a special development package for less developed areas of the country in order to remove their backwardness
Dropped
Senate 261 1 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
The House recommends that at least 20 seats may be reserved for the students of Balochistan in all cadet colleges of the country
Deferred
Senate 261 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House recommends that the Government should take effective steps for promotion of wind energy in the country
Adopted
Balochistan 38 3 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
Urging the government to ban use of polythene and plastic bags for serving food items
Adopted
Balochistan 38 3 Syed Mohammad Raza, MWMP
Urging the government to ban use of polythene and plastic bags for serving food items
Adopted
Balochistan 38 3 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
Urging the government to ban use of polythene and plastic bags for serving food items
Adopted
Balochistan 38 3 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
Provision of security to Quetta and other airports
Withdrawn
Balochistan 38 3 Syed Mohammad Raza, MWMP
Provision of security to Quetta and other airports
Withdrawn
Balochistan 38 3 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
Provision of security to Quetta and other airports
Withdrawn
Balochistan 38 2 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Demanding provision of funds for establishment of new educational institute in the province
Rejected
Balochistan 38 2 Molana Abdul Wasay, JUI
Regularization of Balochistan Education foundation faculty staff of community schools
Withdrawn
Balochistan 38 2 Haji Abdul Malik Kakar, JUI
Regularization of Balochistan Education foundation faculty staff of community schools
Withdrawn
Balochistan 38 2 Molvi Maazullah Musakhel, JUI
Regularization of Balochistan Education foundation faculty staff of community schools
Withdrawn
Balochistan 38 2 Shahida Rauf, JUI
Making teachings of Quran as part of Primary, Secondary and Intermediate education syllabus
Withdrawn
Balochistan 38 2 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Demanding the safety of Pashtun and Baloch students studying outside the province after the incident of a clash between student groups in the Punjab University, Lahore
Adopted
Balochistan 38 2 Husan Bano, JUI
Urging the government to include journalism as a subject in curriculum of colleges
Adopted
Balochistan 38 2 Dr. Ruqayya Saeed Hashmi, PML
Urging the government to include journalism as a subject in curriculum of colleges
Adopted
Balochistan 38 2 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
Urging the government to include journalism as a subject in curriculum of colleges
Adopted
Sindh 31 2 Nand Kumar, PML-F
To establish well equipped modern Trauma Centers at each District Headquarter in the Province
Rejected
Sindh 31 2 Mahtab Akbar Shah Rashidi, PML-F
To formulate Provincial Health Policy of Sindh to resolve the critical health and nutrition issues
Withdrawn
Sindh 31 2 Saifuddin Khalid, MQM
To fill the vacant posts of Colleges Teaching/Non-Teaching staff in the Province
Rejected
Sindh 31 2 Muhammad Shaharyar Khan Mahar, PML-F
Agriculture being the back bone of our Province is mainly dependent on the Irrigation Department and with SCARP (Salinity Control and Reclamation Project) being a very important factor specially in the upper part of the Province. This system requires proper maintenance as per the laid down requirements
Withdrawn
Sindh 31 2 Kamran Akhtar, MQM
To issue Health Cards to all the living legends who worked/served for the Society particularly the professional Journalists
Reffered To Committee
Punjab 27 7 Muhammad Sibtain Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that every citizen has the right to acquire National Identity Card. But sometimes, the citizens have to suffer due to errors made in National Identity Cards by NADRA. Therefore, the House recommends making NADRA responsible for correcting the mistakes in the National Identity Cards which were left by NADRA itself so that citizens do not have to suffer
Pending
Punjab 27 7 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
This house is of the opinion to establishment of an industrial zone in Bahawalpur for the development of area and reduction in unemployment
Adopted
Punjab 27 7 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
This house is of the opinion to initiate legislation against builders and developers who cheat general public through advertisement of their projects on electronic and print media and collect lacs of rupees from them on the pretext of booking of under construction buildings and plazas, which had not been completed and handed over even after the lapse of ten years to the concerned
Pending
Punjab 27 7 Begum Khola Amjad, PML-N
This house is of the opinion to develop class rooms in government schools as similar to class rooms available in private schools equipped with modern facilities and preparatory classes including Playgroup and Nursery should be made role model
Disposed off
Punjab 27 7 Mukhtar Ahmad Bharath, PML-N
This house is of the opinion regarding non-completion of a project to construct a bridge on Chak Nizam River Jhelum which would reduce the distance for the residents of District Jehlum and District Sargodha
Adopted
Punjab 27 7 Najma Afzal Khan, PML-N
This house is of the opinion to include a chapter relating to women protection laws in schools/colleges syllabus so that women should get awareness of those
Withdrawn
Punjab 27 7 Khadija Umer, PML
This house strongly condemned the publication of derogatory images and blasphemous remarks against the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and other noble personalities of Islam on social media and demanded the culprits should be traced without further delay through the usage of information technology and sentenced under Section 295-C of the Pakistan Penal Code which warrants death on the offenders. The resolution called for immediate blocking of all such websites which published the blasphemous content
Adopted
Punjab 27 4 Azma Zahid Bukhari, PML-N
Empowerment of the women and recommended the government to take effective measures for women’s betterment
Adopted
Punjab 27 2 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house expressing complete support to the country’s armed forces combating militancy in the operation Radd-ul-Fasad and condemning the suicide attacks at the shrine of Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in District Sehwan Sharif, Charing Cross Lahore in which among others senior police officers, including Capt. (R) Syed Ahmed Mobeen, SSP Zahid Gondal were martyred, expressed grief on the killing of the cameraman of a private TV channel in Karachi and condemned the terrorist attack at Pak-Afghan boarder in which five Pakistani soldiers were martyred
Adopted
Punjab 27 2 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house lauding the Punjab Government, security forces and Pakistan Cricket Board for successful holding of Pakistan Super League final at Qaddafi Stadium Lahore
Adopted
Punjab 27 2 Muhammad Sibtain Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that every citizen has the right to acquire National Identity Card. But sometimes, the citizens have to suffer due to errors made in National Identity Cards by NADRA. Therefore, the House recommends making NADRA responsible for correcting the mistakes in the National Identity Cards which were left by NADRA itself so that citizens do not have to suffer
Not Taken Up
Punjab 27 2 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
This House is of the opinion that a flyover or an underpass should be constructed in Bahawalpur city between Bahawal Victoria Hospital and Medical Stores Market to ease the burden of traffic in this area
Not Taken Up
Punjab 27 2 Tamkeen Akhtar Niazi, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that underprivileged areas of Potohar including Rawat Industrial Area should be made part of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) for uplift of these areas
Not Taken Up
Punjab 27 2 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
The sale of dairy milk enhancing injections is causing spread of dangerous diseases among public. Therefore, this House recommends taking strict action against medical stores selling these injections
Not Taken Up
Punjab 27 2 Begum Khola Amjad, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that solid waste powered electricity plants should be set up in Punjab in order to meet energy needs as well as reduce pollution
Not Taken Up
Punjab 27 2 Gulnaz Shahzadi, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that female Assistant Directors should be appointed along with male Assistant Directors to monitor the Women colleges in order to improve the performance of these colleges
Not Taken Up
National 40 3 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Shazia Marri, PPPP
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Syed Ali Raza Abidi, MQM
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Nafeesa Inayatullah Khan Khattak, PTI
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Aisha Syed, JI
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Mst. Naseema Hafeez Panezai, PKMAP
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Dawar Khan Kundi, PTI
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Surriya Asghar, PML-N
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Parveen Masood Bhatti, PML-N
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Shahnaz Saleem Malik, PML-N
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 3 Shaheen Shafiq, PML-N
The House acknowldges this day as the International Women Day
Adopted
National 40 2 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to undertake expansion/up-gradation of Sukkur International Airport
Adopted
National 40 2 Shazia Marri, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to undertake expansion/up-gradation of Sukkur International Airport
Adopted
National 40 2 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to construct gates and protection walls around Railways tracks passing through populated areas
Adopted
National 40 2 Asiya Naz Tanoli, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to issue Sehat Cards to all Federal Government employees and ensure free medical treatment for their dependent family members too
Dropped
National 40 2 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control unemployment in the country
Adopted
National 40 2 Asad Umar, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to discontinue deduction of 5% from the salaries of Federal Government employees on account of repair and maintenance charges for occupying Government accommodation
Adopted
National 40 7 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to establish a Women University in each district of the country
Adopted
National 40 7 Sajida Begum, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to prevent manufacturing of spurious drugs in the country
Deferred
National 40 7 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to commence execution of the Motorway-M-9 Project from Karachi to Lahore
Dropped
National 40 7 Shaikh Rohale Asghar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase the profit on the Schemes of National Savings
Deferred
National 40 7 Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to immediately increase the basic salaries of the Federal Government employees in proportion to price-hike
Dropped
National 40 7 Muhammad Safdar, PML-N
The Natioanal Assembly adopts Resolution against Blasphamous contents on Social Media
Adopted
National 40 7 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
The Natioanal Assembly adopts Resolution against Blasphamous contents on Social Media
Adopted
KP 23 3 Fazal Hakim, PTI
To include Malakand & Hazara division in CPEC
Adopted
KP 23 3 Habib Ur Rahman, JI
To include Malakand & Hazara division in CPEC
Adopted
KP 23 3 Mian Zia Ur Rehman, PML-N
To include Malakand & Hazara division in CPEC
Adopted
KP 23 3 Sardar Zahoor Ahmad, PML-N
To include Malakand & Hazara division in CPEC
Adopted
KP 23 3 Sahibzada Sanaullah, PPPP
To give vote right to the overseas Pakistanis
Adopted
KP 23 3 Sahibzada Sanaullah, PPPP
To further promote relations with the UAE
Adopted
KP 23 3 Rashda Riffat, JI
To limit the Role and the packages of the cellular companies
Adopted
KP 23 3 Uzma Khan, JUI
Low Gas pressure in officers colony Peshawar
Adopted
KP 23 3 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
To include biography of Mr.Abdul Sattar Edhi in the text books
Adopted
KP 23 3 Sahibzada Sanaullah, PPPP
To include Malakand & Hazara division in CPEC
Adopted
KP 23 3 Muhammad Ali, JI
The flight activities should be restored at Swat airport, so that overseas Pakistanis can get maximum benefit
Adopted
KP 23 3 Mian Zia Ur Rehman, PML-N
The flight activities should be restored at Swat airport, so that overseas Pakistanis can get maximum benefit
Adopted
KP 23 3 Sikandar Hayat Khan, QWP
The flight activities should be restored at Swat airport, so that overseas Pakistanis can get maximum benefit
Adopted
KP 23 3 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
The flight activities should be restored at Swat airport, so that overseas Pakistanis can get maximum benefit
Adopted
KP 23 3 Saeed Gul, JI
The flight activities should be restored at Swat airport, so that overseas Pakistanis can get maximum benefit
Adopted
KP 23 3 Sardar Zahoor Ahmad, PML-N
The flight activities should be restored at Swat airport, so that overseas Pakistanis can get maximum benefit
Adopted
KP 23 3 Muhammad Ali, JI
The flight activities should be restored at Swat airport, so that overseas Pakistanis can get maximum benefit
Adopted
KP 23 3 Amjad Ali, PTI
The flight activities should be restored at Swat airport, so that overseas Pakistanis can get maximum benefit
Adopted
KP 23 3 Jafar Shah, ANP
The flight activities should be restored at Swat airport, so that overseas Pakistanis can get maximum benefit
Adopted
KP 23 3 Mahmood Ahmad Khan, JUI
The flight activities should be restored at Swat airport, so that overseas Pakistanis can get maximum benefit
Adopted
KP 23 3 Bakht Baidar, QWP
To include Malakand & Hazara division in CPEC
Adopted
KP 23 3 Muhammad Ali, JI
To include Malakand & Hazara division in CPEC
Adopted
KP 23 3 Amjad Ali, PTI
To include Malakand & Hazara division in CPEC
Adopted
KP 23 2 Sahibzada Sanaullah, PPPP
Discriminatory behavior against Pashtuns in Punjab
Adopted
KP 23 2 Arbab Muhammad Wasim Khan, PML-N
Discriminatory behavior against Pashtuns in Punjab
Adopted
KP 23 2 Muhammad Sheeraz, PML-N
Discriminatory behavior against Pashtuns in Punjab
Adopted
KP 23 2 Jafar Shah, ANP
Discriminatory behavior against Pashtuns in Punjab
Adopted
KP 23 2 Inayat Ullah, JI
Discriminatory behavior against Pashtuns in Punjab
Adopted
KP 23 2 Mulana Mufti Fazal Ghafoor, JUI
Discriminatory behavior against Pashtuns in Punjab
Adopted
KP 23 2 Abdul Karim, QWP
Discriminatory behavior against Pashtuns in Punjab
Adopted
KP 23 2 Qurban Ali Khan, PTI
Discriminatory behavior against Pashtuns in Punjab
Adopted
KP 23 1 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
To take concrete actions towards eradicating terrorism
Adopted
Senate 259 6 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
The House recommends that compensation package announced by the Government for the heirs of martyrs of terrorist attacks in Civil Hospital and Police Training Center, Quetta should be paid to them immediately
Adopted
Senate 259 6 Nisar Muhammad, PML-N
This House recommends to the Government to take appropriate measures to strengthen the office of Wafaqi Mohtasib to provide effective and prompt remedial measures against inefficiency and maladministration in the Federal Government Departments
Dropped
Senate 259 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps for establishment of a Federal Food Authority to control sale of substandard food items in Islamabad
Adopted
Senate 259 6 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House condemns the barbaric bomb blast in Parachinar, Kurram Agency, in which more than 22 people died and 63 injured
Adopted
Senate 259 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that quota reserved for the Provinces of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan in appointments in Government departments be implemented in letter and spirit
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should appoint a foreign Minister on priority basis
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House recommends that suitable plantation should be made on Margalla hills
Deferred
Senate 259 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take appropriate steps to achieve the targets of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that separate counters should be established for women in all regional passport offices in the country
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Nisar Muhammad, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Malik Najmul Hassan, IND
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Zahida Khan, ANP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for operating PIA flights between Peshawar and Lahore and to change the present timings of PIA flights from Karachi to Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House expresses its profound grief and sorrow over the sad demise of famous Pakistani Novelist, Playwright and Short Story Writer Bano Qudsia, who was also known as Bano Appa
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
This House expresses its profound grief and sorrow over the sad demise of former Education Minister for Sindh, Dr. Hamida Khuhro, thehistorian, politician, professor and writer
Adopted
Senate 259 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
This house demanding the enhancement of role and powers of the Senate of Pakistan to protect the rights of the federating units and provide a meaningful participation to the provinces and other territories in the affairs of the Federation
Adopted
Punjab 26 12 Alia Aftab, PML-N
This house demanding to make it mandatory for the factories to install Water Treatment Plants as per law to safe general public from contaminated and chemical mixed water
Adopted
Punjab 26 12 Mumtaz Ahmad Qaisrani (Bhutto Khan), PML-N
This house urging the Federal Government to take steps to bring back dead bodies of those died in Saudi Arabia and all the expenses for this purpose be borne by the Government of Pakistan
Pending
Punjab 26 12 Muhammad Sibtain Khan, PTI
This house urged to put ban on supply of gas cylinders used for motorcycle rickshaws and pick-ups
Pending
Punjab 26 12 Gulnaz Shahzadi, PML-N
This house urged to bar the private schools from printing their logos on the notebooks of schools so that parents can purchase them from any other shop on reasonable rates and direct the schools to print pictures and draw such shapes on notebooks which are in accordance with the subject matter of articles to improve the learning of students
Pending
Punjab 26 12 Nausheen Hamid, PTI
This house demanding to construct service roads with main roads and restrict motorcyclists/cyclists to use these service roads for smooth running of traffic
Adopted
Punjab 26 12 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
Child begging adversely impacts the society and disrepute the country and urged the government to take strict action against those involved in the business of child begging
Pending
Punjab 26 12 Muhammad Sibtain Khan, PTI
To obtain ID Card is a fundamental right of every citizen and besides other difficulties citizens have to face problems to get mistakes rectified made by the department and have to run to the court for its rectification, therefore, the resolution urged the government to restrict NADRA to remove such mistakes if made by the department
Pending
Punjab 26 12 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
Taking immediate and comprehensive measures to free syllabus of schools, college and seminaries from hate material
Withdrawn
National 39 9 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistan Television (PTV)
Adopted
National 39 9 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to simplify the procedure of payment of pension
Adopted
National 39 9 Asiya Naz Tanoli, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps for prevention and control of AIDS/HIV
Not Taken Up
National 39 9 Shaikh Rohale Asghar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to build new dams in the country
Not Taken Up
National 39 9 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to improve/strengthen criminal justice system in the country
Not Taken Up
National 39 9 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to promote hydel power projects to meet the energy crisis in the country
Not Taken Up
KP 22 4 Shah Farman, PTI
The recent ban of American President Donald Trump on Muslims from different countries in America has created chaos in the Muslim world. Its significant that the American government should not initiate such kind of decisions and keep in view the international laws
Adopted
KP 22 4 Syed Mohammad Ishtiaq, PTI
The recent ban of American President Donald Trump on Muslims from different countries in America has created chaos in the Muslim world. Its significant that the American government should not initiate such kind of decisions and keep in view the international laws
Adopted
KP 22 4 Arshad Ali, QWP
The recent ban of American President Donald Trump on Muslims from different countries in America has created chaos in the Muslim world. Its significant that the American government should not initiate such kind of decisions and keep in view the international laws
Adopted
KP 22 4 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
The recent ban of American President Donald Trump on Muslims from different countries in America has created chaos in the Muslim world. Its significant that the American government should not initiate such kind of decisions and keep in view the international laws
Adopted
KP 22 4 Muhammad Ali, JI
The recent ban of American President Donald Trump on Muslims from different countries in America has created chaos in the Muslim world. Its significant that the American government should not initiate such kind of decisions and keep in view the international laws
Adopted
KP 22 4 Anwar Hayat Khan, JUI
The recent ban of American President Donald Trump on Muslims from different countries in America has created chaos in the Muslim world. Its significant that the American government should not initiate such kind of decisions and keep in view the international laws
Adopted
KP 22 4 Malik Noor Saleem, JUI
The recent ban of American President Donald Trump on Muslims from different countries in America has created chaos in the Muslim world. Its significant that the American government should not initiate such kind of decisions and keep in view the international laws
Adopted
KP 22 4 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
The recent ban of American President Donald Trump on Muslims from different countries in America has created chaos in the Muslim world. Its significant that the American government should not initiate such kind of decisions and keep in view the international laws
Adopted
KP 22 4 Muhammad Sheeraz, PML-N
The recent ban of American President Donald Trump on Muslims from different countries in America has created chaos in the Muslim world. Its significant that the American government should not initiate such kind of decisions and keep in view the international laws
Adopted
KP 22 4 Nighat Orakzai, PPPP
The recent ban of American President Donald Trump on Muslims from different countries in America has created chaos in the Muslim world. Its significant that the American government should not initiate such kind of decisions and keep in view the international laws
Adopted
KP 22 4 Nighat Orakzai, PPPP
To constitute a committee in the House for an effective legislation against use of (AICE) intoxication in the educational institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 22 4 Shah Farman, PTI
To constitute a committee in the House for an effective legislation against use of (AICE) intoxication in the educational institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 22 4 Muzafar Said, JI
To constitute a committee in the House for an effective legislation against use of (AICE) intoxication in the educational institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 22 4 Meher Taj Roghani, PTI
To constitute a committee in the House for an effective legislation against use of (AICE) intoxication in the educational institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 22 4 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
To constitute a committee in the House for an effective legislation against use of (AICE) intoxication in the educational institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 22 4 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
To constitute a committee in the House for an effective legislation against use of (AICE) intoxication in the educational institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 22 4 Shah Hussain, JUI
To constitute a committee in the House for an effective legislation against use of (AICE) intoxication in the educational institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 22 4 Muhammad Rashad Khan, PML-N
To constitute a committee in the House for an effective legislation against use of (AICE) intoxication in the educational institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 22 4 Shuakat Ali Yousaf Zai, PTI
To constitute a committee in the House for an effective legislation against use of (AICE) intoxication in the educational institutions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
Punjab 26 11 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house showing solidarity with their Kashmiri brethren and extended them full political and moral support to achieve their right of self-determination in terms of the United Nations Security Council resolution. The House urged the world community to press India to stop atrocities in held Kashmir, withdraw their military troops and immediately hold plebiscite in the valley as per United Nations resolution. The House also prayed for the martyrs who lost their lives for freedom Kashmir struggle
Adopted
Punjab 26 8 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of “The Punjab Land Records Authority Ordinance 2016 (XVIII of 2016)”, promulgated on 11 November 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 09 February 2017
Adopted
Punjab 26 8 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of “The Punjab Urban Immovable Property Tax (Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XIX of 2016)”, promulgated on 23 November 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 21 February 2017
Adopted
Punjab 26 8 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of “The Punjab Civil Administration Ordinance 2016 (XX of 2016)”, promulgated on 31 December 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 31 March 2017
Adopted
Punjab 26 7 Murad Rass, PTI
This house recommended the Federal Government to develop a website on the life and achievements of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah to have easy access to his philosophy and principles
Adopted
Punjab 26 7 Alia Aftab, PML-N
This house demanding to make it mandatory for the factories to install Water Treatment Plants as per law to safe general public from contaminated and chemical mixed water
Pending
Punjab 26 7 Nabeela Hakim Ali Khan, PTI
This house demanding to take stringent steps to put ban on the video games outlets operating in streets and corrupting the immature minds of children
Adopted
Punjab 26 7 Mumtaz Ahmad Qaisrani (Bhutto Khan), PML-N
This house urging the Federal Government to take steps to bring back dead bodies of those died in Saudi Arabia and all the expenses for this purpose be borne by the Government of Pakistan
Pending
Punjab 26 7 Muhammad Sibtain Khan, PTI
This house urged to put ban on supply of gas cylinders used for motorcycle rickshaws and pick-ups
Pending
Punjab 26 7 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
This house demanded to allocate Nasir Bagh or any other suitable place for the purpose of staging and record of protests avoiding immense traffic jams and public movement problems on the Mall Road
Adopted
Punjab 26 6 Mian Muhammad Aslam Iqbal, PTI
This House may disapproves the Punjab Civil Administration Ordinance 2016 (XX of 2016) in terms of sub-clause (a) of clause (2) of Article 128 of the Constitution
Rejected
Punjab 26 2 Faiza Mushtaq, PML-N
This house recommend PEMRA to direct cable operators to ban cartoon network channels showing contents with Hindi dubbing as such channels were corrupting language of coming generation and suggesting that Urdu dubbing should be made mandatory for cartoon channels
Adopted
Punjab 26 2 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
In accordance with Federal government, Punjab Government should also include education of the Holy Quran in syllabus for Muslim students at school and college levels
Adopted
Punjab 26 2 Murad Rass, PTI
This house recommended the Government of Pakistan to develop a website on the life and achievement of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah to have easy access to his philosophy and principles
Pending
Punjab 26 2 Shazia Kamran, PML-N
This house demanded the Government to name an unnamed eye hospital in Lahore as “Mian Shuja-ur-Rahman Eye Hospital”
Adopted
Punjab 26 2 Malik Taimoor Masood, PTI
This house demanded stern legal action under the law against those selling adulterated and substandard milk across the Province
Adopted
National 39 8 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The National Assemly Reiterates its unwavering support for the Kashmiri people's right of self determination
Adopted
National 39 8 Khalil George, PML-N
The National Assemly Reiterates its unwavering support for the Kashmiri people's right of self determination
Adopted
National 39 8 Fazal-Ur-Rehman, JUI
The National Assemly Reiterates its unwavering support for the Kashmiri people's right of self determination
Adopted
National 39 8 Muhammad Ijaz-Ul-Haq, PML-Z
The National Assemly Reiterates its unwavering support for the Kashmiri people's right of self determination
Adopted
National 39 8 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The National Assemly Reiterates its unwavering support for the Kashmiri people's right of self determination
Adopted
National 39 8 Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The National Assemly Reiterates its unwavering support for the Kashmiri people's right of self determination
Adopted
National 39 8 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
The National Assemly Reiterates its unwavering support for the Kashmiri people's right of self determination
Adopted
National 39 8 Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, PPPP
The National Assemly Reiterates its unwavering support for the Kashmiri people's right of self determination
Adopted
National 39 8 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
The National Assemly Reiterates its unwavering support for the Kashmiri people's right of self determination
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Hamid Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Sardar Ghulam Mustafa Khan Tareen, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
Urging the government to formalize a systematic plan to cope with climate and weather changes
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, PKMAP
Urging the provincial government to ensure implementation of job quota reserved for disable persons in the province
Adopted
Balochistan 36 6 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
Urging the provincial government to ensure implementation of job quota reserved for disable persons in the province
Adopted
Balochistan 36 5 Hamid Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 36 5 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 36 5 Sardar Ghulam Mustafa Khan Tareen, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 36 5 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 36 5 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 36 5 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 36 5 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 36 5 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 36 5 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 36 5 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
It is a common practice in Pakistan and world wide that an alternate airport is available with the international airport, so that it can be used in emergency situations. Law makers said that in Quetta no alternate airport is available near the international airport, and urged the government to construct an alternate airport in district Pashin where a runway of civil aviation authority is already available
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 36 4 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
Demanding the provincial government to replace the word ‘Grant’ in Section A-14 of the Balochistan Residential Colleges Act, 2005 with ‘Regular Budget’
Disposed off
Balochistan 36 4 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
Urging the Federal Government to fill the vacant posts and restore the dismissed employees of the Utility Stores Corporation of Pakistan
Adopted
Balochistan 36 4 Mohammad Saleh Bhootani, PML-N
Ban on Pakistan International Airline (PIA) planes which are in dilapidated condition, and resulted in a recent plane crash incident killing 48 people on board. Moreover the lawmakers also urged the provincial government to approach federal government for decreasing the air fares
Adopted
Balochistan 36 4 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
Ban on Pakistan International Airline (PIA) planes which are in dilapidated condition, and resulted in a recent plane crash incident killing 48 people on board. Moreover the lawmakers also urged the provincial government to approach federal government for decreasing the air fares
Adopted
Balochistan 36 4 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, PKMAP
Ban on Pakistan International Airline (PIA) planes which are in dilapidated condition, and resulted in a recent plane crash incident killing 48 people on board. Moreover the lawmakers also urged the provincial government to approach federal government for decreasing the air fares
Adopted
Balochistan 36 4 Mir Abdul Majid Abro, PML-N
Ban on Pakistan International Airline (PIA) planes which are in dilapidated condition, and resulted in a recent plane crash incident killing 48 people on board. Moreover the lawmakers also urged the provincial government to approach federal government for decreasing the air fares
Adopted
Balochistan 36 4 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
Paid tribute to the Chief Minister and his cabinet for assurance given by him on floor of the House about providing employment opportunities to youth on around 26,000 vacant posts in various public departments within 90 days
Adopted
Sindh 29 12 Ghulam Murtaza Baloch, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for grant of 80% subsidy on Electricity bills for agriculture tube wells in Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 29 12 Nand Kumar, PML-F
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for grant of 80% subsidy on Electricity bills for agriculture tube wells in Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 29 10 Kamran Akhtar, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to withdraw the recent price increase in petroleum products which affect the masses badly
Adopted
Sindh 29 10 Dr. Zafar Ahmed Khan Kamali, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to withdraw the recent price increase in petroleum products which affect the masses badly
Adopted
Sindh 29 10 Rana Ansar, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to withdraw the recent price increase in petroleum products which affect the masses badly
Adopted
Sindh 29 10 Dewan Chand Chawla, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to withdraw the recent price increase in petroleum products which affect the masses badly
Adopted
Sindh 29 10 Mahtab Akbar Shah Rashidi, PML-F
This Assembly resolves that after the 18th amendment, it is felt that Province of Sindh has not been able to formulate the Policies on, Education for youth. It is therefore, urged that Government of Sindh’s concerned departments may formulate the policies and in this regard specific time frame may also be indicated i.e. within two months
Adopted
Sindh 29 10 Naila Munir, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to initiate Model Projects of Solar Energy to avoid load-shedding in the Province
Adopted
Sindh 29 10 Syed Amir Hyder Shah Sheerazi, PML-N
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to select cricketers on merit from the whole country including Sindh Province
Adopted
Sindh 29 10 Waqar Hussain Shah, MQM
This House resolves that Provincial Government take measures to launch awareness campaign to fight against Dengue Fever in the Province
Adopted
Sindh 29 10 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
This House resolves that the Polio Vaccination Card to be made mandatory at the time of Primary and Secondary School admissions in all the Government and Private Institutions throughout the Province of Sindh
Adopted
National 39 5 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
The House strongly condemns the terrorists attack at Islamic Cultural Centre, Quebec City, Cannadas
Adopted
National 39 5 Abdul Rashid Godil, MQM
The House strongly condemns the terrorists attack at Islamic Cultural Centre, Quebec City, Cannadas
Adopted
National 39 5 Asad Umar, PTI
The House strongly condemns the terrorists attack at Islamic Cultural Centre, Quebec City, Cannadas
Adopted
National 39 5 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
The House strongly condemns the terrorists attack at Islamic Cultural Centre, Quebec City, Cannadas
Adopted
National 39 5 Dr. Azra Fazal Pecheho, PPPP
The House strongly condemns the terrorists attack at Islamic Cultural Centre, Quebec City, Cannadas
Adopted
National 39 5 Shazia Marri, PPPP
The House strongly condemns the terrorists attack at Islamic Cultural Centre, Quebec City, Cannadas
Adopted
National 39 5 Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The House strongly condemns the terrorists attack at Islamic Cultural Centre, Quebec City, Cannadas
Adopted
National 39 5 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The House strongly condemns the terrorists attack at Islamic Cultural Centre, Quebec City, Cannadas
Adopted
National 39 4 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistan Television (PTV)
Debated
National 39 4 Dr. Fehmida Mirza, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to prepare a comprehensive plan for the economic and social development of the country
Not Taken Up
National 39 4 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to simplify the procedure of payment of pension
Not Taken Up
National 39 4 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to promote hydel power projects to meet the energy crisis in the country
Not Taken Up
National 39 4 Sajida Begum, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps for construction of new dams on river Kunhar (Mansehra Division) in order to meet the shortage of electricity
Not Taken Up
National 39 4 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to improve/strengthen criminal justice system in the country
Not Taken Up
KP 22 3 Muhammad Ali, JI
There is a need to do legislation for Ruet-e-Hilal Committee by the parliament, so that it can be implemented throughout the country
Adopted
KP 22 3 Sikandar Hayat Khan, QWP
There is a need to do legislation for Ruet-e-Hilal Committee by the parliament, so that it can be implemented throughout the country
Adopted
KP 22 3 Habib Ur Rahman, JI
There is a need to do legislation for Ruet-e-Hilal Committee by the parliament, so that it can be implemented throughout the country
Adopted
KP 22 3 Maulana Lutf Ur Rehman, JUI
There is a need to do legislation for Ruet-e-Hilal Committee by the parliament, so that it can be implemented throughout the country
Adopted
KP 22 3 Mian Zia Ur Rehman, PML-N
There is a need to do legislation for Ruet-e-Hilal Committee by the parliament, so that it can be implemented throughout the country
Adopted
KP 22 3 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
There is a need to do legislation for Ruet-e-Hilal Committee by the parliament, so that it can be implemented throughout the country
Adopted
KP 22 3 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
There is a need to do legislation for Ruet-e-Hilal Committee by the parliament, so that it can be implemented throughout the country
Adopted
KP 22 3 Shuakat Ali Yousaf Zai, PTI
There is a need to do legislation for Ruet-e-Hilal Committee by the parliament, so that it can be implemented throughout the country
Adopted
KP 22 3 Gul Sahib Khan, PTI
There is a need to do legislation for Ruet-e-Hilal Committee by the parliament, so that it can be implemented throughout the country
Adopted
KP 22 3 Sardar Aurangzeb, PML-N
There is a need to do legislation for Ruet-e-Hilal Committee by the parliament, so that it can be implemented throughout the country
Adopted
KP 22 3 Muhammad Ali, JI
The provincial government should approach the federal government that in the upcoming census the word "others" should be added in the column of tribe, so that every tribe speaking different languages can have their representation
Adopted
KP 22 3 Akbar Ayub Khan, PTI
The provincial government should approach the federal government that in the upcoming census the word "others" should be added in the column of tribe, so that every tribe speaking different languages can have their representation
Adopted
KP 22 3 Zareen Gul, JUI
The provincial government should approach the federal government that in the upcoming census the word "others" should be added in the column of tribe, so that every tribe speaking different languages can have their representation
Adopted
KP 22 3 Jafar Shah, ANP
The provincial government should approach the federal government that in the upcoming census the word "others" should be added in the column of tribe, so that every tribe speaking different languages can have their representation
Adopted
KP 22 3 Abdul Sattar, PML-N
The provincial government should approach the federal government that in the upcoming census the word "others" should be added in the column of tribe, so that every tribe speaking different languages can have their representation
Adopted
KP 22 3 Sardar Aurangzeb, PML-N
The provincial government should approach the federal government that in the upcoming census the word "others" should be added in the column of tribe, so that every tribe speaking different languages can have their representation
Adopted
KP 22 3 Bakht Baidar, QWP
The provincial government should approach the federal government that in the upcoming census the word "others" should be added in the column of tribe, so that every tribe speaking different languages can have their representation
Adopted
KP 22 3 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
The government should approach the federal government, that PTA should immediately block all porn websites on the internet
Adopted
KP 22 3 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
The government should approach the federal government, that PTA should immediately block all porn websites on the internet
Adopted
KP 22 3 Sardar Aurangzeb, PML-N
The government should approach the federal government, that PTA should immediately block all porn websites on the internet
Adopted
KP 22 3 Munawar Khan Advocate, JUI
The government should approach the federal government, that PTA should immediately block all porn websites on the internet
Adopted
KP 22 3 Muhammad Ali, JI
The government should approach the federal government, that PTA should immediately block all porn websites on the internet
Adopted
KP 22 3 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
The government should approach the federal government, that PTA should immediately block all porn websites on the internet
Adopted
KP 22 3 Gul Sahib Khan, PTI
The government should approach the federal government, that PTA should immediately block all porn websites on the internet
Adopted
KP 22 2 Bakht Baidar, QWP
The provincial government must approach the federal government that PK-97 Lower Dir should be provided Sui-gas supply
Not Taken Up
KP 22 2 Mulana Mufti Fazal Ghafoor, JUI
The provincial government should approach the federal government that the owners whose land are being utilised by the government for the construction of Shah Maqsood Interchange Haripur, must be given timely payments
Not Taken Up
KP 22 2 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
The provincial government should include the incidents of bravery in education syllabus against terrorism act in Army Public School on December 16, 2014, and Bacha Khan university on January 20, 2016
Not Taken Up
KP 22 2 Mufti Said Janan, JUI
The provincial assembly should contact the federal government that it should take serious efforts to lift the ban on Tableegh-e-Jamaat imposed by the Punjab government
Not Taken Up
Sindh 29 5 Khairunisa Mughal, PPPP
This Assembly resolves that Government take efforts to stop sea intrusion in coast line of Sindh that is 258 Kilometers from Sir Creek to Karachi
Adopted
Sindh 29 5 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
This House resolves that the Sindh Government issue orders for immediate installation of fare meters in Rickshaws and Taxis in the Province
Adopted
Sindh 29 5 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
This House resolves that Sindh Government implement and take strict action against child begging and child labour
Adopted
Sindh 29 5 Kamran Akhtar, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take special measures to control illegal manufacturing in KPK, sale/purchase/ smuggling of weapon in the Country, which deteriorate the Law and Order situation in the Country
Adopted
Sindh 29 5 Naheed Begum, MQM
This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take steps to launch awareness campaign regarding registration of women in the forthcoming census
Adopted
Sindh 29 2 Muhammad Ismail Rahu, PML-N
This House pays rich homage to the prominent, revolutionary leader “SHAHEED MUHAMMAD FAZIL RAHOO” on the occasion of his 30th death anniversary. Shaheed Muhammad Fazil Rahoo always lived and laid down his life for the rights of oppressed people of Sindh and fought against the brutal autocratic and military dictatorship and for the restoration of democracy. This House also pays tribute to the veteran leader on the 113th birth anniversary of “G.M.SYED”. He presented Pakistan resolution in the Sindh Assembly, which ultimately resulted in the creation of Pakistan
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Samina Abid, PTI
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Mir Israr Ullah Khan Zehri, BNP-A
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Sajjad Hussain Turi, IND
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Naseema Ehsan, BNP-A
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Malik Najmul Hassan, IND
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Taj Muhammad Afridi, IND
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Haji Momin Khan Afridi, IND
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Nauman Wazir, PTI
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan Musakhel, PKMAP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Gul Bashra, PKMAP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Hari Ram, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Haji Saifullah Khan Bangash, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Khanzada Khan, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 John Kenneth Williams, PTI
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Muhammad Ali Khan Saif, MQM
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Gianchand, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Hilal-ur-Rehman, IND
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Taj Haider, PPPP
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 8 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House disapproves the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017. (Ordinance No. II of 2017)
Adopted
Senate 258 6 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that evening and night shifts may be started in the dispensaries in the rural areas of Islamabad in order to make the medical facility available round the clock to the people living in those areas
Adopted
Senate 258 6 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
This House strongly condemns the acts of cruelty against the innocent Muslims of Syria and Burma resulting into martyrdom of innumerable persons including women and children and displacement of many others from their homeland. This House emphasizes the Government to raise this matter on international forums in order to get stopped the said acts and seeking help to resolve the issue. The House also recommends that the Government should take appropriate steps at national level for providing help to the said affected persons
Deferred
Senate 258 6 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the statement of the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi attributing terrorism to Pakistan and drawing a parallel between India and Israel evoking a parallel between Kashmir and Palestine, during the recently held BRICS Summit held in Goa, India. The House appreciates the reaction of International Community to this baseless propagenda by the Indian Prime Minister. The House believes that the statement made by the Indian Premier was an effort to divert the attention of the International Community from the Indian atrocities against the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir. The House reiterates that there will be no compromise on the sovereignty and defence of Pakistan and our resolve to fight against terrorism and contribute towards bringing peace and harmony in the world
Adopted
Senate 258 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take strict action against the persons who are involved in manufacturing and sale of substandard LPG cylinders in Islamabad and coordinate with all provincial Governments to enact and implement law in the country in this regard
Dropped
Senate 258 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government should launch a scheme for provision of interest free loans to farmers for installation of solar tube wells in the country
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Sheikh Jaffar Khan Mandokhail, PML
Condemned atrocities of Indian Army in the occupied Kashmir and violations on the Line of Control (LoC), urging the federal government to take up the matter with international community to make India obey International laws
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
Condemned atrocities of Indian Army in the occupied Kashmir and violations on the Line of Control (LoC), urging the federal government to take up the matter with international community to make India obey International laws
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Tahir Mehmood Khan, PML-N
Condemned atrocities of Indian Army in the occupied Kashmir and violations on the Line of Control (LoC), urging the federal government to take up the matter with international community to make India obey International laws
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Syed Mohammad Raza, MWMP
Condemned atrocities of Indian Army in the occupied Kashmir and violations on the Line of Control (LoC), urging the federal government to take up the matter with international community to make India obey International laws
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
Demanding the federal government to take effective measures against gas load-shedding as well as low tariff rates for gas consumers of the province
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
Demanding the federal government to take effective measures against gas load-shedding as well as low tariff rates for gas consumers of the province
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
Demanding the federal government to take effective measures against gas load-shedding as well as low tariff rates for gas consumers of the province
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
Demanding the federal government to take effective measures against gas load-shedding as well as low tariff rates for gas consumers of the province
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Sheikh Jaffar Khan Mandokhail, PML
Demanding the government to upgrade Zhob airport with state of the art facilities, as it is an only airport on the western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Hamid Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Demanding the government to upgrade Zhob airport with state of the art facilities, as it is an only airport on the western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
Demanding the government to upgrade Zhob airport with state of the art facilities, as it is an only airport on the western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Haji Akbar Askani, PML-N
Demanding the government to upgrade Zhob airport with state of the art facilities, as it is an only airport on the western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
Balochistan 36 3 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
Demanding the government to upgrade Zhob airport with state of the art facilities, as it is an only airport on the western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Adopted
Balochistan 36 2 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
This house demanding the federal government to make it mandatory for those selling or buying mobile phones to present copies of their computerised national identity cards (CNICs)
Adopted
Balochistan 36 2 Nawab Mohammad khan shahwani, NP
This house demanding the federal government to make it mandatory for those selling or buying mobile phones to present copies of their computerised national identity cards (CNICs)
Adopted
Balochistan 36 2 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
This house strongly condemns atrocities committed against Muslims in Myanmar
Adopted
Balochistan 36 2 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
This house strongly condemns atrocities committed against Muslims in Myanmar
Adopted
Senate 258 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that the Government should take effective steps for poverty alleviation in the country
Adopted
Senate 258 1 Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, NP
This House recommends that the domicile certificates of the persons belonging to Balochistan who are working in various Ministries/Divisions and Federal Government Departments may be sent to the concerned authorities in the Province of Balochistan for verification of the same
Adopted
Senate 258 1 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to control price hike in the country
Dropped
Senate 258 1 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
The House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps in consultation with the Provincial Governments to stop the incidents of forced conversion of Hindus to Islam
Dropped
Senate 258 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should make legislation to provide for preferential treatment to the women engaged in business and trade related activities in the country
Adopted
National 38 5 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistan Television (PTV)
Not Taken Up
National 38 5 Mrs. Belum Hasnain, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure the provision of water to Pakistan according to the Indus Water Basin Treaty
Not Taken Up
National 38 5 Nighat Parveen, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to control price of life saving medicines
Not Taken Up
National 38 5 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to pay pension to the pensioners at the places near to their residences
Not Taken Up
National 38 5 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps for protection of fundamental human rights of the people
Not Taken Up
National 38 5 Shahida Akhtar Ali, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to establish a Women University in each district of the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 257 1 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
The House recommends that the Government should fix the minimum pay of Government and non-Government employees @ Rs. 20,000/-
Dropped
Senate 257 1 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to withdraw high denomination Rs. 5000 notes from circulation in order to reduce illicit money flow, encourage the use of bank accounts and reduce the size of undocumented economy
Adopted
Senate 257 1 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government should augment the efforts of the Provincial Government of Balochistan to rehabilitate the affecttees of earthquake hit areas in the province
Adopted
Senate 257 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that the Government should designate a place or an area for holding public meetings and agitation by the political parties in Islamabad in order to avoid law and order situation and disturbances caused due to such meetings and agitation
Dropped
Senate 257 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends to the Government to make necessary amendments in the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973, to empower the Senate of Pakistan to pass the Money Bill, including the Finance Bill
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Taj Haider, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan Musakhel, PKMAP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Awan, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Muhammad Mohsin Khan Leghari, IND
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Zahida Khan, ANP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Hari Ram, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Advocate Muhammad Daud Khan Achakzai , ANP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Nighat Mirza, MQM
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Ahmed Hassan, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Gianchand, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Muhammad Ali Khan Saif, MQM
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Osman Saifullah Khan , PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi , PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Gul Bashra, PKMAP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Rubina Khalid, PPPP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Taj Muhammad Afridi, IND
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Syed Muzafar Hussain Shah, PML-F
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Hidayat Ullah, IND
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Malik Najmul Hassan, IND
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Muhammad Saleh Shah , IND
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Dr. Ashok Kumar, NP
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
Senate 256 1 Nauman Wazir, PTI
This House disapproves the Companies Ordinance, 2016 (Ordinance No. VI of 2016)
Adopted
KP 21 18 Mulana Mufti Fazal Ghafoor, JUI
Killing of muslims in Syria and Burma
Adopted
KP 21 18 Imtiaz Shahid, PTI
Killing of muslims in Syria and Burma
Adopted
KP 21 18 Syed Muhammad Ali Shah, PPPP
Killing of muslims in Syria and Burma
Adopted
KP 21 18 Sardar Aurangzeb, PML-N
Killing of muslims in Syria and Burma
Adopted
KP 21 18 Muzafar Said, JI
Merging FATA in KP according to the demand of the public
Adopted
KP 21 18 Haider Ali, PTI
Merging FATA in KP according to the demand of the public
Adopted
KP 21 18 Sardar Aurangzeb, PML-N
Merging FATA in KP according to the demand of the public
Adopted
KP 21 16 Haider Ali, PTI
To provide the complete information about the recruitments and record of PIA
Adopted
KP 21 16 Askar Pervaiz, JUI
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Malik Noor Saleem, JUI
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Jafar Shah, ANP
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Nagina Khan, PTI
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Arif Yousuf, PTI
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Mahmood Ahmad Khan, JUI
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Najma Shaheen, JUI
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Meraj Hamayun Khan, QWP
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Sardar Aurangzeb, PML-N
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Imtiaz Shahid, PTI
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Munawar Khan Advocate, JUI
Urging the government to form Minority Caucus in the Provincial Assembly
Adopted
KP 21 16 Sardar Hussain, PPPP
Conduct high-level inquiry into the incident of plane crash at Havelian
Adopted
KP 21 16 Muzafar Said, JI
Conduct high-level inquiry into the incident of plane crash at Havelian
Adopted
KP 21 16 Bakht Baidar, QWP
Conduct high-level inquiry into the incident of plane crash at Havelian
Adopted
KP 21 16 Mulana Mufti Fazal Ghafoor, JUI
Conduct high-level inquiry into the incident of plane crash at Havelian
Adopted
KP 21 16 Imtiaz Shahid, PTI
Conduct high-level inquiry into the incident of plane crash at Havelian
Adopted
KP 21 16 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
Conduct high-level inquiry into the incident of plane crash at Havelian
Adopted
KP 21 16 Muhammad Rashad Khan, PML-N
Conduct high-level inquiry into the incident of plane crash at Havelian
Adopted
KP 21 16 Haider Ali, PTI
Conduct high-level inquiry into the incident of plane crash at Havelian
Adopted
KP 21 16 Maulana Lutf Ur Rehman, JUI
Conduct high-level inquiry into the incident of plane crash at Havelian
Adopted
KP 21 15 Muhammad Ali, JI
To compensate the Ship owners and the affectees of Guddani ship yard incident
Adopted
KP 21 15 Sahibzada Sanaullah, PPPP
To compensate the Ship owners and the affectees of Guddani ship yard incident
Adopted
KP 21 15 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
To compensate the Ship owners and the affectees of Guddani ship yard incident
Adopted
KP 21 15 Bakht Baidar, QWP
To compensate the Ship owners and the affectees of Guddani ship yard incident
Adopted
KP 21 15 Shah Muhammad Khan, PTI
To compensate the Ship owners and the affectees of Guddani ship yard incident
Adopted
KP 21 15 Shah Hussain, JUI
To compensate the Ship owners and the affectees of Guddani ship yard incident
Adopted
KP 21 15 Sardar Hussain, PPPP
To compensate the Ship owners and the affectees of Guddani ship yard incident
Adopted
KP 21 15 Mahmood Ahmad Khan, JUI
To compensate the Ship owners and the affectees of Guddani ship yard incident
Adopted
KP 21 15 Shah Ram Khan Tarki, AJIP
To compensate the Ship owners and the affectees of Guddani ship yard incident
Adopted
KP 21 15 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
Giving right to the Transgenders to register and cast votes in 2018 General Elections
Adopted
KP 21 15 Bibi Fozia, PTI
Giving right to the Transgenders to register and cast votes in 2018 General Elections
Adopted
KP 21 15 Meraj Hamayun Khan, QWP
Giving right to the Transgenders to register and cast votes in 2018 General Elections
Adopted
KP 21 15 Munawar Khan Advocate, JUI
Giving right to the Transgenders to register and cast votes in 2018 General Elections
Adopted
KP 21 15 Inayat Ullah, JI
Provision of NOC to the Director DFID
Adopted
KP 21 15 Inayat Ullah, JI
NIC blocking by NADRA
Adopted
Punjab 25 4 Malik Taimoor Masood, PTI
That due to lack of coordination between government institutions the action against illegal slaughter houses has become ineffective and there is increase in the sale of substandard meat which is injurious to health and demanding the government to take stern action against the butchers selling substandard meat and illegal slaughter houses
Not Taken Up
Punjab 25 4 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
This house demanding a ban on unsafe sale of LPG by decanting in every street in the Province to prevent loss of life and properties
Not Taken Up
Punjab 25 4 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
It is suggested that like federal, the steps should be taken for the education of Quran and its translation in the academic institutions-schools and colleges- of Punjab
Not Taken Up
Punjab 25 4 Gulnaz Shahzadi, PML-N
It is suggested that the tradition of logos used in the notebooks of private schools of the province should not be used so that people can buy the notebook with easy access and affordable prices. To maintain the standard, they should print the material as per the given essays/topics on the notebooks so that the knowledge among students is increased
Not Taken Up
Punjab 25 4 Muhammad Sibtain Khan, PTI
It is demanded to the federal government to take serious actions against the unstandardized seed and illegal drug sellers
Not Taken Up
Punjab 25 4 Ch. Aamir Sultan Cheema, PML
It is suggested that the poor farmers should be given the solar systems on subsidy rather than smart phones so that they can get benefit of it
Not Taken Up
Punjab 25 4 Malik Taimoor Masood, PTI
The blood screening test should be made mandatory before Nikah so that the control be taken on Thalassemia and other diseases
Not Taken Up
National 37 9 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
Deep Grief over the demise of Revolutionary Leader Fidel Castro
Adopted
National 37 9 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
Deep Grief over the demise of Revolutionary Leader Fidel Castro
Adopted
National 37 9 Shazia Marri, PPPP
Deep Grief over the demise of Revolutionary Leader Fidel Castro
Adopted
National 37 9 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
Deep Grief over the demise of Revolutionary Leader Fidel Castro
Adopted
National 37 9 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Deep Grief over the demise of Revolutionary Leader Fidel Castro
Adopted
National 37 9 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
Deep Grief over the demise of Revolutionary Leader Fidel Castro
Adopted
National 37 9 Zahid Hamid Khan, PML-N
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Khurram Dastgir Khan, PML-N
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Sheikh Aftab Ahmed, PML-N
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Abdul Qadir Baloch, PML-N
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Ahsan Iqbal, PML-N
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Khalil George, PML-N
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PML-N
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Muhammad Ijaz-Ul-Haq, PML-Z
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 9 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
People of Pakistan Strongly Denounce the Indian Escalation of the Situation at the Line of Control (LOC)
Adopted
National 37 8 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country
Adopted
National 37 8 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistan Television (PTV)
Not Taken Up
National 37 8 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control unemployment in the country
Not Taken Up
National 37 8 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to establish a Women University in each district of the country
Not Taken Up
National 37 8 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a Disaster Management Policy in the country
Not Taken Up
National 37 8 Shaikh Rohale Asghar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase the profit on the schemes of National Savings
Not Taken Up
Sindh 28 8 Ghazala Siyal, PPPP
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Naheed Begum, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Syeda Shehla Raza, PPPP
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Rehana Leghari, PPPP
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Rana Ansar, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Waqar Hussain Shah, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Muhammad Rashid Khilji, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Mehmood Abdul Razzaque, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Shazia Jawaid, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Mahtab Akbar Shah Rashidi, PML-F
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Farhat Seemi, PPPP
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Nusrat Sultana, PPPP
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Sumeta Afzal Syed, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Heer Soho, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Naila Munir, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Shaheena, PPPP
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Muhammad Saleem Rajput, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 8 Mahfooz Yar Khan, MQM
This Assembly commemorates 25th November as the International Day for the elimination of violence against women and also congratulate the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on passing the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Act, 2013 (Sindh Act No. XX of 2013). This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take special measures to implement the provisions of the Act in its true spirit and at gross root level in the Province to achieve the better results
Adopted
Sindh 28 5 Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM
The people of Karachi are already severely suffering from over billing and unannounced load shedding for many years. K-Electric has also failed to enhance its generation capacity to meet the demand of the people of Karachi, as promised. K-Electric now requesting NEPRA to further revise the tariff and other taxes for consumers in Karachi who are already paying hefty amount of unjustified bills. It is, therefore, resolved that this House demand Provincial Government to approach Federal Government for directing NEPRA not to increase any type of electric tariff or taxes for the consumers in Karachi by K-Electric
Adopted
Sindh 28 5 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
To rename the ‘Altaf Hussain University at Hyderabad’ as ‘Maulana Abdul Sattar Edhi University
Not Taken Up
Sindh 28 5 Syed Amir Hyder Shah Sheerazi, PML-N
To promote traditional sports of Sindh ‘Malakhra’ by arranging events in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 28 5 Nand Kumar, PML-F
To take strict action against the un-hindered cutting of trees
Not Taken Up
Sindh 28 5 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
To change the place of Thar Coal Dam because the local inhabitants of Tharparkar have serious reservations over it
Not Taken Up
Sindh 28 3 Syed Awais Qadir Shah, PPPP
This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take measures to allocate jobs to the qualified candidates of Combined Competitive Examination, 2013 conducted by Sindh Public Service Commission who were remained un-allocated. Despite a number of Vacancies available at the time of announcement of Final Result. I request Government of Sindh to accommodate them as per law
Adopted
Sindh 28 3 Pir Mujeeb Ul Haque, PPPP
This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take measures to allocate jobs to the qualified candidates of Combined Competitive Examination, 2013 conducted by Sindh Public Service Commission who were remained un-allocated. Despite a number of Vacancies available at the time of announcement of Final Result. I request Government of Sindh to accommodate them as per law
Adopted
Sindh 28 3 Abdul Aziz Junejo, PPPP
This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take measures to allocate jobs to the qualified candidates of Combined Competitive Examination, 2013 conducted by Sindh Public Service Commission who were remained un-allocated. Despite a number of Vacancies available at the time of announcement of Final Result. I request Government of Sindh to accommodate them as per law
Adopted
Sindh 28 3 Faraz Dero, PPPP
This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take measures to allocate jobs to the qualified candidates of Combined Competitive Examination, 2013 conducted by Sindh Public Service Commission who were remained un-allocated. Despite a number of Vacancies available at the time of announcement of Final Result. I request Government of Sindh to accommodate them as per law
Adopted
Sindh 28 2 Soorath Thebo, PML-N
This August House demands ban on black stone which is used as Poison for committing suicide. Unfortunately, this stone is easily available in markets and can easily be bought by citizen including children and women. Recently, many deaths incidents have taken place in Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 28 2 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
This House resolves to express its solidarity and support to include learning to read the Holy Quran with meaning be made mandatory in the Education Curriculum starting from Primary to Matriculation for both Government and Private Schools of Sindh. This House believes that the benefits of such a move would include the proliferation of knowledge of both the Arabic Language and the Holy Quran among the students of Sindh and produce well-rounded and enlightened students that would possess both the spiritual and religious knowledge (Deen) as well as the worldly knowledge (Duniya) at the same time. In addition, this House also believes that another major benefit would be the improvement in the level of understanding of both the Holy Quran and Islam. This House resolves that Sindh Government direct the Education Department to take appropriate action to include learning to read the Holy Quran as part of the Education Curriculum
Adopted
Sindh 28 2 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
This Assembly resolves to pay tribute to Shaheed-e-Islam Peer Syed Sibghatullah Shah Rashdi who sacrificed his life for the independence of Muslims and the Government approach the Federal Government to declare 20th March every year as a Public Holiday
Adopted
Sindh 28 2 Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi, MQM
Government College of Technology situated at Wahdat Colony Hyderabad be converted into University
Not Taken Up
Sindh 28 2 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
To punish the members of Illegal Jirgha which gave verdict to shoot a copule got married on their own will in Shah Latif Town, District Malir, Karachi
Not Taken Up
Punjab 25 1 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house condemning the Indian aggression on Line of Control and paid rich tributes to Pakistan Army for giving a befitting response to India and to the innocent citizens who lost their lives at the hands of Indian aggression and urged the Federal government to raise the issue internationally to press India to abide by International Laws
Adopted
National 37 7 Mohammad Ishaq Dar, PML-N
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Income Tax (Amendment) Ordinance, 2016 (No. IV of 2016) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27th November, 2016 under proviso to sub-paragraph (i) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.”
Adopted
National 37 7 Mohammad Ishaq Dar, PML-N
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Tax Laws (Amendment) Ordinance, 2016 (No. V of 2016) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 28th December, 2016 under proviso to sub-paragraph (i) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Adopted
Senate 255 6 Saleem Mandviwalla , PPPP
This house congratulates and appreciates the efforts of Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar, Federal Minister for Finance for supporting the Parliament and Parliamentarians and to meet their genuine needs and demands
Adopted
National 37 3 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to grant subsidy to low income personers on their first Hajj
Adopted
National 37 3 Muhammad Safdar, PML-N
National Assembly of Pakistan, being cognizant of constitutional obligation of the people of Pakistan to fashion their lives as per Quran and Sunnah, recommends that, in line with all other national and international commemorative events including laying of floral wreaths, The Government should also take steps to yearly send an official high level delegation to commemorate the birth day of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) at his “Roza Mubarak”, to pay homage on behalf of the people of Islamic Republic of Pakistan in recognition and gratitude of his blessings for the humanity
Adopted
National 37 3 Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, QWP
National Assembly of Pakistan, being cognizant of constitutional obligation of the people of Pakistan to fashion their lives as per Quran and Sunnah, recommends that, in line with all other national and international commemorative events including laying of floral wreaths, The Government should also take steps to yearly send an official high level delegation to commemorate the birth day of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) at his “Roza Mubarak”, to pay homage on behalf of the people of Islamic Republic of Pakistan in recognition and gratitude of his blessings for the humanity
Adopted
National 37 3 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
National Assembly of Pakistan, being cognizant of constitutional obligation of the people of Pakistan to fashion their lives as per Quran and Sunnah, recommends that, in line with all other national and international commemorative events including laying of floral wreaths, The Government should also take steps to yearly send an official high level delegation to commemorate the birth day of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) at his “Roza Mubarak”, to pay homage on behalf of the people of Islamic Republic of Pakistan in recognition and gratitude of his blessings for the humanity
Adopted
National 37 3 Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, ANP
National Assembly of Pakistan, being cognizant of constitutional obligation of the people of Pakistan to fashion their lives as per Quran and Sunnah, recommends that, in line with all other national and international commemorative events including laying of floral wreaths, The Government should also take steps to yearly send an official high level delegation to commemorate the birth day of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) at his “Roza Mubarak”, to pay homage on behalf of the people of Islamic Republic of Pakistan in recognition and gratitude of his blessings for the humanity
Adopted
National 37 3 Shah Jee Gul Afridi, IND
National Assembly of Pakistan, being cognizant of constitutional obligation of the people of Pakistan to fashion their lives as per Quran and Sunnah, recommends that, in line with all other national and international commemorative events including laying of floral wreaths, The Government should also take steps to yearly send an official high level delegation to commemorate the birth day of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) at his “Roza Mubarak”, to pay homage on behalf of the people of Islamic Republic of Pakistan in recognition and gratitude of his blessings for the humanity
Adopted
National 37 3 Siraj Muhammad Khan, PTI
National Assembly of Pakistan, being cognizant of constitutional obligation of the people of Pakistan to fashion their lives as per Quran and Sunnah, recommends that, in line with all other national and international commemorative events including laying of floral wreaths, The Government should also take steps to yearly send an official high level delegation to commemorate the birth day of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) at his “Roza Mubarak”, to pay homage on behalf of the people of Islamic Republic of Pakistan in recognition and gratitude of his blessings for the humanity
Adopted
National 37 3 Abdul Qahar Khan Wadan, PKMAP
National Assembly of Pakistan, being cognizant of constitutional obligation of the people of Pakistan to fashion their lives as per Quran and Sunnah, recommends that, in line with all other national and international commemorative events including laying of floral wreaths, The Government should also take steps to yearly send an official high level delegation to commemorate the birth day of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) at his “Roza Mubarak”, to pay homage on behalf of the people of Islamic Republic of Pakistan in recognition and gratitude of his blessings for the humanity
Adopted
National 37 3 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
National Assembly of Pakistan, being cognizant of constitutional obligation of the people of Pakistan to fashion their lives as per Quran and Sunnah, recommends that, in line with all other national and international commemorative events including laying of floral wreaths, The Government should also take steps to yearly send an official high level delegation to commemorate the birth day of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) at his “Roza Mubarak”, to pay homage on behalf of the people of Islamic Republic of Pakistan in recognition and gratitude of his blessings for the humanity
Adopted
National 37 3 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
National Assembly of Pakistan, being cognizant of constitutional obligation of the people of Pakistan to fashion their lives as per Quran and Sunnah, recommends that, in line with all other national and international commemorative events including laying of floral wreaths, The Government should also take steps to yearly send an official high level delegation to commemorate the birth day of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him) at his “Roza Mubarak”, to pay homage on behalf of the people of Islamic Republic of Pakistan in recognition and gratitude of his blessings for the humanity
Adopted
National 37 3 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to introduce unified pay scales for all Government employees of the Federal Government
Rejected
National 37 3 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country
Deferred
National 37 3 Nighat Parveen, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to fix minimum pension at fifty thousand rupees
Rejected
Senate 255 3 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
This House strongly condemns the launching of a ballistic missile towards Makkah-al-Mukarma region on Thursday, 27th October, 2016 which fortunately was intercepted by air defence forces of the Kingdom and destroyed. This House calls upon the OIC and United Nations Security Council to take serious notice of flouting of the in-viability of holy places which amounts to encroaching upon religious sanctities of over one billion Muslims throughout the world as stipulated in international conventions. Representing the sentiments of the people of Pakistan and the Muslim world as a whole, This House strongly condemns such action which amount to hurting the sentiments and feelings of the Muslims. The House urges the Government of Pakistan to reassure its full support to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia towards the protection of the sanctity of the holy places which ties together the Muslims throughout the world
Adopted
Senate 255 2 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House commends and appreciate the performance of the Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar, as Finance Minister of Pakistan and congratulates him for his nomination as the best Finance Minister of the Region
Dropped
Senate 255 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The women should be given adequate in the Council of Islamic Ideology and the relevant law/rules should be amended for this purpose, if required
Adopted
Senate 255 2 Samina Abid, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should include the subject of Climate Change in the curriculum for class One to Matric in all Government Educational Institutions in Islamabad
Adopted
Senate 255 2 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should bring changes in National Accountability laws to discover moveable and immoveable Benami properties/companies and announce a handsome reward or percentage of amount for those who identify and inform the NAB about detail of such properties/companies, keeping the name of informer confidential
Adopted
Senate 255 2 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House recommends that agricultural loans presently outstanding against the farmers in Balochistan be waived off in view of the deteriorating condition of agricultural sector due to law and order situation, low water level and excessive loadshedding in that province
Adopted
Senate 255 2 Gul Bashra, PKMAP
This House recommends that agricultural loans presently outstanding against the farmers in Balochistan be waived off in view of the deteriorating condition of agricultural sector due to law and order situation, low water level and excessive loadshedding in that province
Adopted
Senate 255 2 Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan Musakhel, PKMAP
This House recommends that agricultural loans presently outstanding against the farmers in Balochistan be waived off in view of the deteriorating condition of agricultural sector due to law and order situation, low water level and excessive loadshedding in that province
Adopted
National 37 1 Sajid Ahmed, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Khawaja Sohail Mansoor, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Shah Jee Gul Afridi, IND
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Dr. Muhammad Farooq Sattar, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Abdul Waseem, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
National 37 1 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its deep concern over tragic incident at Indian unprovoked firing
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep and extreme sadness on sudden demise of Mr. Jahangir Badar, a Political Worker, strong supporter of Democracy, who scarificed his whole life for peoples’ rights facing countles excesses and atrocities of dictatorial rule. This Assembly pays tribute to the departed soul, prays to Almighty Allah to grant him highest place in Jannat ul Fridous, patience and courage to grieved family to bear this irreparable loss
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Nand Kumar, PML-F
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Mukesh Kumar Chawla, PPPP
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Dewan Chand Chawla, MQM
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Hargun Das Ahuja, MQM
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Heer Soho, MQM
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Naila Munir, MQM
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Mehmood Abdul Razzaque, MQM
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Sumeta Afzal Syed, MQM
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Jamal Ahmed, MQM
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 28 1 Arif Masih Bhatti, MQM
This Assembly pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 548th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Balochistan 35 5 Nawab Mohammad khan shahwani, NP
Urging the provincial government to contact the federal government on issuance of blue government passports for the members of the Balochistan Assembly
Adopted
Balochistan 35 5 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Urging the provincial government to contact the federal government on issuance of blue government passports for the members of the Balochistan Assembly
Adopted
Balochistan 35 5 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
Urging the provincial government to contact the federal government on issuance of blue government passports for the members of the Balochistan Assembly
Adopted
Balochistan 35 5 Dr. Ruqayya Saeed Hashmi, PML
Urging the provincial government to contact the federal government on issuance of blue government passports for the members of the Balochistan Assembly
Adopted
Balochistan 35 5 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Urging the provincial government to build MPA Lodges and Ministers’ Enclave to provide better residential facilities for them
Adopted
Balochistan 35 5 Dr. Ruqayya Saeed Hashmi, PML
Urging the provincial government to build MPA Lodges and Ministers’ Enclave to provide better residential facilities for them
Adopted
Balochistan 35 4 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
This is a reality that the function of Anti- Narcotics Force is to stop drugs/narcotics in the country. Due to increase in smuggling of these drugs, mostly the youth is addicted in it. Consequently, not only their future seems bleak but also their lives are at risk. There is need to address the issue. Therefore, it is requested to the provincial assembly to coordinate with federal government and for the effective responsibility of Anti-narcotics force, the steps be taken in the province in order to stop drugs and its smuggling
Adopted
Balochistan 35 4 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
The heavy investment is done by multinational companies and other big projects in the country. Consequently, the economic and social responsibility lies on these projects and MNCs. There is long term investments in the Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR).Due to lack of legislation, either the process of investments is ignored or it is used for the development and welfare of the society. Therefore, such companies should realize the fact that from where these earn profit they should be responsible to take the active social activists on board so that they fulfil social responsibilities. Through this the project activities will remain apparent. Besides, the district administration and investors should make the process of CSR transparent and people friendly. Therefore, it is recommended to the provincial government that that for CSR there should be clear method and it should be given legal safety. Besides, the legislation should be ensured. Ship breaking yard and mining sector should be responsible for CSR
Adopted
Balochistan 35 4 Dr. Ruqayya Saeed Hashmi, PML
The assembly recommends that for the establishment of “MPA Housing scheme” the allotment of the government land should be ensured
Deferred
Balochistan 35 4 Anita Irfan, PML-N
The government colonies of minorities such as; Panchayat Kasi Road, Gym Khana Joint road, Municipal Colony Kasi road, and municipal corporation Hazara Town which are included in Local government department since 1935.The government has not issued any fund to these colonies for renovation and security. Therefore, the houses are in worst conditions. The dwellers of these colonies are demanding for their ownership rights. It is therefore suggested to the provincial government the dwellers of the aforementioned colonies be given ownership rights and security
Adopted
Balochistan 35 4 Anita Irfan, PML-N
The recruited employees of local government retire in the same grade. For the upgradation of these employees there is no any policy drafted so far. On the contrary, for other departments the upgradation policy is clear. Due to this, the disappointment is witnessed in Local government employees. Therefore, it is recommended to the provincial government that like other departments the policy of local government employees upgradation should be made clear and ensure its implementation
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
The health commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the health commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The health commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the health commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Mohammad Saleh Bhootani, PML-N
The health commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the health commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
The health commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the health commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Tahir Mehmood Khan, PML-N
The health commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the health commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Mir Amir Khan Rind, PML-N
The health commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the health commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
The health commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the health commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
The health commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the health commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Dr. Ruqayya Saeed Hashmi, PML
The health commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the health commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
The education commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the education commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The education commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the education commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Mohammad Saleh Bhootani, PML-N
The education commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the education commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
The education commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the education commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Tahir Mehmood Khan, PML-N
The education commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the education commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Mir Amir Khan Rind, PML-N
The education commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the education commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
The education commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the education commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
The education commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the education commission
Adopted
Balochistan 35 2 Dr. Ruqayya Saeed Hashmi, PML
The education commission is established in all provinces except Balochistan province so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to take practical steps for the establishment of the education commission
Adopted
Senate 254 1 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The Senate of Pakistan strongly condemns the cruel and barbaric attack on Police Training College in Quetta on 24th October, 2016 and expresses deep sorrow and grief over the killing of more than 60 persons in that attack. The Senate of Pakistan shows solidarity with the families of the victims and prays for early recovery of the persons injured in that attack. The Senate of Pakistan reiterates its commitment to stand side by side with the peace loving people of Pakistan and law enforcing agencies and show solidarity and full support to them in defeating the terrorist elements in and elimination of terrorism from the country. The Senate of Pakistan also condemns in strongest way the involvement and sponsoring of terrorism in Pakistan, especially in Balochistan, by some foreign countries/agencies and calls upon the Government to deal with all types of terrorist elements in the country with iron hand. May Allah shower His infinite mercy upon the departed souls and give courage to their families to hear this irreparable loss.
Adopted
KP 21 12 Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani, PTI
Extension of the Period of The Khyber Pakhtunkwa Police Ordinance
Adopted
KP 21 10 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
Extension in the period of The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mines & Mineral Development and Regulation Ordinance
Adopted
KP 21 8 Shah Ram Khan Tarki, AJIP
Demanding the federal government to fulfill its commitment regarding construction of western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor on priority.
Adopted
KP 21 8 Imtiaz Shahid, PTI
Demanding the federal government to fulfill its commitment regarding construction of western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor on priority.
Adopted
KP 21 8 Mahmood Ahmad Khan, JUI
Demanding the federal government to fulfill its commitment regarding construction of western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor on priority.
Adopted
KP 21 8 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
Demanding the federal government to fulfill its commitment regarding construction of western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor on priority.
Adopted
KP 21 8 Jafar Shah, ANP
Demanding the federal government to fulfill its commitment regarding construction of western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor on priority.
Adopted
KP 21 8 Inayat Ullah, JI
Demanding the federal government to fulfill its commitment regarding construction of western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor on priority.
Adopted
KP 21 8 Sahibzada Sanaullah, PPPP
Demanding the federal government to fulfill its commitment regarding construction of western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor on priority.
Adopted
KP 21 8 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
Demanding the federal government to fulfill its commitment regarding construction of western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor on priority.
Adopted
KP 21 7 Sikandar Hayat Khan, QWP
To make impartial enquiry into the Panama Leaks issue immediately through Judiciary
Adopted
KP 21 7 Saleem Khan, PPPP
To make impartial enquiry into the Panama Leaks issue immediately through Judiciary
Adopted
KP 21 7 Inayat Ullah, JI
To make impartial enquiry into the Panama Leaks issue immediately through Judiciary
Adopted
KP 21 7 Sahibzada Sanaullah, PPPP
To make impartial enquiry into the Panama Leaks issue immediately through Judiciary
Adopted
KP 21 7 Syed Muhammad Ali Shah, PPPP
To make impartial enquiry into the Panama Leaks issue immediately through Judiciary
Adopted
KP 21 7 Shuakat Ali Yousaf Zai, PTI
To make impartial enquiry into the Panama Leaks issue immediately through Judiciary
Adopted
Punjab 24 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Provincial Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XIV of 2016), promulgated on 21st July 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 19th October 2016
Adopted
Punjab 24 4 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Agriculture, Food and Drug Authority (Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XVII of 2016), promulgated on 19th August 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 17th November 2016
Adopted
Punjab 24 3 Gulnaz Shahzadi, PML-N
This house demanding the Government to take action against those private schools which force parents to buy expensive note books carrying logo of their schools rather than to buy cheap note books from market
Disposed off
Punjab 24 3 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
This house demanding establishment of at least one University at District level in the entire Province
Adopted
Punjab 24 3 Malik Taimoor Masood, PTI
Due to lack of coordination between government institutions the action against illegal slaughter houses has become ineffective and there is increase in the sale of substandard meat which is injurious to health and demanding the government to take stern action against the butchers selling substandard meat and illegal slaughter houses
Pending
Punjab 24 3 Ch. Aamir Sultan Cheema, PML
In the light of sale of chemical mixed milk in the metropolis which is injurious to health, people should be allowed to keep at least one cow or buffalo in their houses
Disposed off
Punjab 24 3 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
This demanding a ban on unsafe sale of LPG by decanting in every street in the Province to prevent loss of life and properties
Pending
Punjab 24 3 Mumtaz Ahmad Qaisrani (Bhutto Khan), PML-N
This house demanding the Federal Government to construct two-way Indus Highway from Ramak, District Dera Ghazi Khan to Kashmore via Rajanpur avoiding traffic casualties
Adopted
Punjab 24 2 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Provincial Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XIV of 2016), promulgated on 21st July 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 19th October 2016
Not Taken Up
Punjab 24 2 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Local Government (Third Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XV of 2016), promulgated on 21st July 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 19th October 2016
Not Taken Up
Punjab 24 2 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Provincial Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XVI of 2016), promulgated on 19th August 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 17th November 2016
Not Taken Up
Punjab 24 2 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Agriculture, Food and Drug Authority (Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XVII of 2016), promulgated on 19th August 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 17th November 2016
Not Taken Up
Punjab 24 1 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house condemning the fresh wave of Indian atrocities in Indian held Kashmir. The resolution said, the martyrdom of Mr. Burhan Wani infused a new spirit in Kashmir freedom struggle. It also said that armed forces of Pakistan are one of the best in the world and India could not dare to launch surgical strikes. The resolution urged the federal government to continue its political, moral and ambassadorial support to the Kashmiris. It called upon the world community to force UN to ensure implementation on its own resolution calling for a plebiscite in the valley to allow the Kashmiris to decide their own fate. The resolution expressed the resolve of the Pakistan nation to stand by its valiant Army against Indian aggression. It lashed out at Indian Army for making unprovoked firing across LOC targeting innocent civilians
Adopted
Punjab 24 1 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Provincial Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XIV of 2016), promulgated on 21st July 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 19th October 2016
Not Taken Up
Punjab 24 1 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Local Government (Third Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XV of 2016), promulgated on 21st July 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 19th October 2016
Not Taken Up
Punjab 24 1 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Provincial Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XVI of 2016), promulgated on 19th August 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 17th November 2016
Not Taken Up
Punjab 24 1 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
The Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Agriculture, Food and Drug Authority (Amendment) Ordinance 2016 (XVII of 2016), promulgated on 19th August 2016, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 17th November 2016
Not Taken Up
Parliament 9 3 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
The Joint Session of the Parliament recognizes the legitimacy of the indigenous struggle of the Kashmiri people
Adopted
Parliament 9 3 Aitzaz Ahsan, PPPP
The Joint Session of the Parliament recognizes the legitimacy of the indigenous struggle of the Kashmiri people
Adopted
Parliament 9 3 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The Joint Session of the Parliament recognizes the legitimacy of the indigenous struggle of the Kashmiri people
Adopted
Parliament 9 3 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The Joint Session of the Parliament recognizes the legitimacy of the indigenous struggle of the Kashmiri people
Adopted
Parliament 9 3 Mohammad Khan Sherani, JUI
The Joint Session of the Parliament recognizes the legitimacy of the indigenous struggle of the Kashmiri people
Adopted
Parliament 9 3 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The Joint Session of the Parliament recognizes the legitimacy of the indigenous struggle of the Kashmiri people
Adopted
Parliament 9 3 Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The Joint Session of the Parliament recognizes the legitimacy of the indigenous struggle of the Kashmiri people
Adopted
Parliament 9 3 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
The Joint Session of the Parliament recognizes the legitimacy of the indigenous struggle of the Kashmiri people
Adopted
Parliament 9 3 Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, QWP
The Joint Session of the Parliament recognizes the legitimacy of the indigenous struggle of the Kashmiri people
Adopted
National 36 7 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should not privatize strategic national organizations
Dropped
National 36 7 Asad Umar, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to allocate separate quota for the domicile holders of Islamabad in the Federal Government services
Reffered To Committee
National 36 7 Lal Chand Malhi, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to stop forced conversions and marriages of women belonging to Minorities
Adopted
National 36 7 Mussarat Ahmadzeb, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to rename Swat Airport as “Maj. Gen. Sanaullah Khan Niazi Shaheed Airport” in view of his efforts and sacrifices for the peace of Swat
Adopted
National 36 7 Khalida Mansoor, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps for early construction of Diamer-Bhasha Dam
Adopted
Senate 253 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for provision of free and compulsory education to all the children as provided in Article 25-A of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 253 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House felicitates Pakistan Cricket Team on the achievement of number one position in Test Cricket Rankings
Adopted
Senate 253 6 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should give incentives to local car manufactures in order to boost up production of low priced vehicles in the country
Adopted
Senate 253 6 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
This House recommends that Pakistan Meteorological Department (MET) may be placed under the administrative control of the Ministry of Climate Change
Not Taken Up
Senate 253 6 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
This House recommends that a 250 KM highway be constructed along the coast from Sircreek to Karachi to serve as a wall against sea intrusion
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Dr. Sikander Mandhro, PPPP
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar, PPPP
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Fayaz Ali Butt, PPPP
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Imdad Ali Pitafi, PPPP
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Manzoor Hussain Wassan, PPPP
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Mir Mumtaz Hussain Khan, PPPP
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Nawab Muhammad Taimur Talpur, PPPP
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Nand Kumar, PML-F
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Muhammad Abdul Rauf Siddique, MQM
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Syed Muhammad Qamar Abbas Rizvi, MQM
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Muhammad Saleem Rajput, MQM
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Sumeta Afzal Syed, MQM
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Heer Soho, MQM
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Naheed Begum, MQM
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Naila Munir, MQM
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Shazia Jawaid, MQM
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Syed Amir Hyder Shah Sheerazi, PML-N
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Samar Ali Khan, PTI
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Soorath Thebo, PML-N
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Shafi Mohammed Jamote, PML-N
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Muhammad Ismail Rahu, PML-N
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Mahtab Akbar Shah Rashidi, PML-F
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 8 Madad Ali Khan, PPPP
India has illegally and forcefully occupied the Muslim majority Province of Kashmir since, 1947. It has been defying UN Resolution, basic human right of self determination since then and unleashing barbaric brutalities on freedom fighters. This Assembly strongly condemns the recent provocative across the border attack by Indian Armed Forces violating internationally recognized Line of Control in which two of our valiant soldiers were martyred. This August House pays tribute to Shaheed Juma Khan and Shaheed Imtiaz Ahmed Khan who sacrificed their lives defending border of our sacred homeland
Adopted
Sindh 27 6 Ghulam Qadir Chandio, PPPP
This House pays glaring tributes to martyrs of Movement for Restoration of Democracy in 1983 and 1986. The exemplary sacrifices of workers from village Puhanl Khan Chandio, Sakrand District Shaheed Benazirabad are laudable wherein 16 youth were martyred and 52 seriously injured
Adopted
Sindh 27 6 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
This House pays glaring tributes to martyrs of Movement for Restoration of Democracy in 1983 and 1986. The exemplary sacrifices of workers from village Puhanl Khan Chandio, Sakrand District Shaheed Benazirabad are laudable wherein 16 youth were martyred and 52 seriously injured
Adopted
Sindh 27 6 Shahid Abdul Salam Taheem, PPPP
This House pays glaring tributes to martyrs of Movement for Restoration of Democracy in 1983 and 1986. The exemplary sacrifices of workers from village Puhanl Khan Chandio, Sakrand District Shaheed Benazirabad are laudable wherein 16 youth were martyred and 52 seriously injured
Adopted
Sindh 27 6 Dr. Sikander Mandhro, PPPP
This House pays glaring tributes to martyrs of Movement for Restoration of Democracy in 1983 and 1986. The exemplary sacrifices of workers from village Puhanl Khan Chandio, Sakrand District Shaheed Benazirabad are laudable wherein 16 youth were martyred and 52 seriously injured
Adopted
Sindh 27 6 Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, PPPP
This House pays glaring tributes to martyrs of Movement for Restoration of Democracy in 1983 and 1986. The exemplary sacrifices of workers from village Puhanl Khan Chandio, Sakrand District Shaheed Benazirabad are laudable wherein 16 youth were martyred and 52 seriously injured
Adopted
Sindh 27 6 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
This House pays glaring tributes to martyrs of Movement for Restoration of Democracy in 1983 and 1986. The exemplary sacrifices of workers from village Puhanl Khan Chandio, Sakrand District Shaheed Benazirabad are laudable wherein 16 youth were martyred and 52 seriously injured
Adopted
Sindh 27 6 Abdul Sattar Rajper, PPPP
This House pays glaring tributes to martyrs of Movement for Restoration of Democracy in 1983 and 1986. The exemplary sacrifices of workers from village Puhanl Khan Chandio, Sakrand District Shaheed Benazirabad are laudable wherein 16 youth were martyred and 52 seriously injured
Adopted
Sindh 27 6 Noor Ahmed Bhurgri, PPPP
This House pays glaring tributes to martyrs of Movement for Restoration of Democracy in 1983 and 1986. The exemplary sacrifices of workers from village Puhanl Khan Chandio, Sakrand District Shaheed Benazirabad are laudable wherein 16 youth were martyred and 52 seriously injured
Adopted
Sindh 27 6 Abdul Karim Soomro, PPPP
This House pays glaring tributes to martyrs of Movement for Restoration of Democracy in 1983 and 1986. The exemplary sacrifices of workers from village Puhanl Khan Chandio, Sakrand District Shaheed Benazirabad are laudable wherein 16 youth were martyred and 52 seriously injured
Adopted
Sindh 27 5 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
This House resolves that all relevant Government Departments and agencies at both the Federal and Provincial levels to take action against K-Electric for excessive billing, Load Shedding and other malpractices. This House acknowledges that K-Electric’s high tariff rates combined with other high handed excess have unjustly squeezed the life and finances of the people of Karachi. This Assembly resolves that the Sindh Government approach the Federal Government to pursue this issue immediately with the Federal Government, National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB)
Adopted
Sindh 27 5 Nand Kumar, PML-F
The whole World is celebrating National Language’s Day and Sindhi has not declared as National Language. This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Federal Government to declare Sindhi as a National Language
Adopted
Sindh 27 5 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
This House resolves that for all private hospitals to have medico legal center in the hospitals so that precious lives can be saved and are not refused of any treatment
Adopted
Sindh 27 5 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
Zebra Crossing be made on all major roads and streets of Karachi
Not Taken Up
Sindh 27 5 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
Government College of Technology Hyderabad be upgraded as Public Sector University with the name of ‘Government University of Technology and Skill Development Whahdat Colony Hyderabad’
Not Taken Up
Sindh 27 4 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
Leaks in Panama Papers by an international investigative organization has exposed the names of family members of the Prime Minister of Pakistan. This has brought bad name and disrespect to the Nation and every individual citizen of the Country. The issue had a paramount importance to be transparently inquired into and clear the National image. But the Government’s attitude has disappointed the nation and created further confusion in hearts and minds of its people. The TORs, issued and observation made by the Honourable Supreme Court clearly indicates that Prime Minister is trying to hide himself behind his administrative apparatus to create a deliberate hindrance in impartial judicial inquiry which is demand of whole nation. The opposition parties have been trying to draft a consensus TORs, which have been rejected by Government every now and then. Therefore, This Assembly resolves that a comprehensive, impartial, transparent inquiry, in accordance with the TOR given by opposition parties in Parliament be immediately conducted to take proper action and relieve the nation from agony of confusion and national disrespect
Adopted
Sindh 27 4 Dr. Sikander Mandhro, PPPP
Leaks in Panama Papers by an international investigative organization has exposed the names of family members of the Prime Minister of Pakistan. This has brought bad name and disrespect to the Nation and every individual citizen of the Country. The issue had a paramount importance to be transparently inquired into and clear the National image. But the Government’s attitude has disappointed the nation and created further confusion in hearts and minds of its people. The TORs, issued and observation made by the Honourable Supreme Court clearly indicates that Prime Minister is trying to hide himself behind his administrative apparatus to create a deliberate hindrance in impartial judicial inquiry which is demand of whole nation. The opposition parties have been trying to draft a consensus TORs, which have been rejected by Government every now and then. Therefore, This Assembly resolves that a comprehensive, impartial, transparent inquiry, in accordance with the TOR given by opposition parties in Parliament be immediately conducted to take proper action and relieve the nation from agony of confusion and national disrespect
Adopted
Sindh 27 4 Sharmila Sahebah Farooqi, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the ongoing brutal repression, barbarism & severe human rights violations by Indian forces in occupied Jammu & Kashmir over the past 2 months more than 100 Kashmiris have been brutally killed, children, women, young & old innocent people have been blinded by the shotgun pellets and thousands of civilians have been injured by Indian brutal forces. This August House pays tribute to the young freedom leader Burhan Wani and thousands of others who have bravely laid their lives for the Kashmir cause. We salute the determination of the mothers, wives & children who have stood fast against the brutalities of the Indian forces for their freedom. This House calls upon the United Nations & International community to support the legitimate right of self determination of the Kashmiri people, to call upon India to honour the resolutions of the General Assembly to release all Kashmiri political prisoners and to end all brutalities, aggression & human rights violation in the valley
Adopted
Sindh 27 4 Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the ongoing brutal repression, barbarism & severe human rights violations by Indian forces in occupied Jammu & Kashmir over the past 2 months more than 100 Kashmiris have been brutally killed, children, women, young & old innocent people have been blinded by the shotgun pellets and thousands of civilians have been injured by Indian brutal forces. This August House pays tribute to the young freedom leader Burhan Wani and thousands of others who have bravely laid their lives for the Kashmir cause. We salute the determination of the mothers, wives & children who have stood fast against the brutalities of the Indian forces for their freedom. This House calls upon the United Nations & International community to support the legitimate right of self determination of the Kashmiri people, to call upon India to honour the resolutions of the General Assembly to release all Kashmiri political prisoners and to end all brutalities, aggression & human rights violation in the valley
Adopted
Sindh 27 4 Khairunisa Mughal, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the ongoing brutal repression, barbarism & severe human rights violations by Indian forces in occupied Jammu & Kashmir over the past 2 months more than 100 Kashmiris have been brutally killed, children, women, young & old innocent people have been blinded by the shotgun pellets and thousands of civilians have been injured by Indian brutal forces. This August House pays tribute to the young freedom leader Burhan Wani and thousands of others who have bravely laid their lives for the Kashmir cause. We salute the determination of the mothers, wives & children who have stood fast against the brutalities of the Indian forces for their freedom. This House calls upon the United Nations & International community to support the legitimate right of self determination of the Kashmiri people, to call upon India to honour the resolutions of the General Assembly to release all Kashmiri political prisoners and to end all brutalities, aggression & human rights violation in the valley
Adopted
Sindh 27 4 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
This House vehemently condemns the ongoing brutal repression, barbarism & severe human rights violations by Indian forces in occupied Jammu & Kashmir over the past 2 months more than 100 Kashmiris have been brutally killed, children, women, young & old innocent people have been blinded by the shotgun pellets and thousands of civilians have been injured by Indian brutal forces. This August House pays tribute to the young freedom leader Burhan Wani and thousands of others who have bravely laid their lives for the Kashmir cause. We salute the determination of the mothers, wives & children who have stood fast against the brutalities of the Indian forces for their freedom. This House calls upon the United Nations & International community to support the legitimate right of self determination of the Kashmiri people, to call upon India to honour the resolutions of the General Assembly to release all Kashmiri political prisoners and to end all brutalities, aggression & human rights violation in the valley
Adopted
Sindh 27 4 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
This House vehemently condemns the ongoing brutal repression, barbarism & severe human rights violations by Indian forces in occupied Jammu & Kashmir over the past 2 months more than 100 Kashmiris have been brutally killed, children, women, young & old innocent people have been blinded by the shotgun pellets and thousands of civilians have been injured by Indian brutal forces. This August House pays tribute to the young freedom leader Burhan Wani and thousands of others who have bravely laid their lives for the Kashmir cause. We salute the determination of the mothers, wives & children who have stood fast against the brutalities of the Indian forces for their freedom. This House calls upon the United Nations & International community to support the legitimate right of self determination of the Kashmiri people, to call upon India to honour the resolutions of the General Assembly to release all Kashmiri political prisoners and to end all brutalities, aggression & human rights violation in the valley
Adopted
Sindh 27 4 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
This House vehemently condemns the ongoing brutal repression, barbarism & severe human rights violations by Indian forces in occupied Jammu & Kashmir over the past 2 months more than 100 Kashmiris have been brutally killed, children, women, young & old innocent people have been blinded by the shotgun pellets and thousands of civilians have been injured by Indian brutal forces. This August House pays tribute to the young freedom leader Burhan Wani and thousands of others who have bravely laid their lives for the Kashmir cause. We salute the determination of the mothers, wives & children who have stood fast against the brutalities of the Indian forces for their freedom. This House calls upon the United Nations & International community to support the legitimate right of self determination of the Kashmiri people, to call upon India to honour the resolutions of the General Assembly to release all Kashmiri political prisoners and to end all brutalities, aggression & human rights violation in the valley
Adopted
KP 21 5 Shah Hussain, JUI
Condemned Indian shelling on Kashmir
Adopted
KP 21 5 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
Condemned Indian shelling on Kashmir
Adopted
KP 21 5 Jafar Shah, ANP
Condemned Indian shelling on Kashmir
Adopted
KP 21 5 Mian Zia Ur Rehman, PML-N
Condemned Indian shelling on Kashmir
Adopted
KP 21 5 Saleem Khan, PPPP
Condemned Indian shelling on Kashmir
Adopted
KP 21 5 Muhammad Sheeraz, PML-N
Condemned Indian shelling on Kashmir
Adopted
KP 21 5 Malik Noor Saleem, JUI
Upgradation of Irrigation department Patwari's from Grade 9 to 11
Adopted
KP 21 5 Anwar Hayat Khan, JUI
Upgradation of Irrigation department Patwari's from Grade 9 to 11
Adopted
KP 21 5 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
Upgradation of Irrigation department Patwari's from Grade 9 to 11
Adopted
KP 21 5 Fazal Shakor Khan, JUI
Upgradation of Irrigation department Patwari's from Grade 9 to 11
Adopted
KP 21 5 Askar Pervaiz, JUI
Upgradation of Irrigation department Patwari's from Grade 9 to 11
Adopted
KP 21 5 Meraj Hamayun Khan, QWP
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Naseem Hayat, PTI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Meher Taj Roghani, PTI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Nadia Sher, PTI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Aisha Naeem, PTI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Maliha Tanveer, PTI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Zareen Riaz, PTI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Nargas, PTI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Nagina Khan, PTI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Dina Naz, PTI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Bibi Fozia, PTI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Romana Jalil, JUI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Uzma Khan, JUI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Najma Shaheen, JUI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Ruqia Hina, PML-N
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Sobia Shahid, PML-N
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Rashda Riffat, JI
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Yasmeen Pir Muhammad Khan, ANP
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Khatoon Bibi, AJIP
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
KP 21 5 Nighat Orakzai, PPPP
To condemn the rising trend of violence against women
Adopted
National 36 2 Parveen Masood Bhatti, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to abolish interest on House building advance being given to the Federal Government employees
Adopted
National 36 2 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to fix minimum pension at the rate of fifty thousand rupees per month
Not Taken Up
National 36 2 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to establish another company within the limits of PESCO, WAPDA
Not Taken Up
National 36 2 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide inexpensive and speedy justice to the citizens
Not Taken Up
National 36 2 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to establish a Women University in each district in the country
Not Taken Up
National 36 2 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a Disaster Management Policy in the country
Not Taken Up
National 36 2 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Shazia Marri, PPPP
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Kanwar Naveed Jamil, MQM
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Imran Zafar Leghari, PPPP
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Abdul Sattar Bachani, PPPP
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Mir Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani, PPPP
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Mussarat Ahmadzeb, PTI
The National Assembly condemns the Indian claim in United Nations General Assemlby about Jammu and Kashmir being integral part of India
Adopted
National 36 2 Surriya Asghar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to abolish interest on House building advance being given to the Federal Government employees
Adopted
National 36 2 Asiya Naz Tanoli, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to abolish interest on House building advance being given to the Federal Government employees
Adopted
National 36 2 Farhana Qamar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to abolish interest on House building advance being given to the Federal Government employees
Adopted
Senate 253 1 Saeedul Hassan Mandokhail , PML
This House strongly condemns the remarks made by Altaf Hussain regarding Pakistan, chanting slogans against Pakistan and instigating his party workers to attack on media houses in Karachi on 22nd August, 2016. This House calls upon the Government to take strict action against him and others for violating the law of the land, attacking media houses and creating law and order situation in the country
Adopted
Senate 253 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to do away with all the unauthorized slums in Islamabad and construct low cost housing units for the residents of the same
Adopted
Senate 253 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that the Government should take effective steps to keep the Federal Government employees posted in Gawadar out of the business of real estate and take strict disciplinary action against those found involved in the same
Dropped
Senate 253 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps to stop brain drain from the country
Adopted
Senate 253 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that the Government should establish more hospitals in Islamabad to lessen burden on PIMS and Federal Government Poly Clinic Hospital
Dropped
Senate 253 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
The Senate of Pakistan, meeting at a time when there is an on-going popular, spontaneous, indigenous and widespread uprising of the oppressed people of Jammu and Kashmir; Expresses its strong solidarity with the Kashmiri people for valiantly resisting the brute repression of the Indian occupation forces and acknowledges that they are writing a glorious chapter in the annals of historical freedom movements, through their determination, will and spirit of sacrifice; Strongly Condemns the India‟s use of bullets and pellets which are killing, maiming and wounding a whole new generation of unarmed boys and girls, which is a crime against humanity; Reiterates that the only way out is to grant the people of Jammu and Kashmir their inalienable right of self-determination in accordance with the relevant United Nations‟ Resolutions, to which India and Pakistan are signatory; Urges the international community to immediately take notice of the grave human rights violations in the occupied Jammu and Kashmir to prevent India to desist from war hysteria to distract attention away from India‟s crimes against humanity in Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations to hold independent inquiry into the „Uri incident‟ to take it to its logical conclusion; Resolves that if the Indian government dares to embark on any military adventure against Pakistan, the people, the Government and the Armed Forces of Pakistan will stand united as one to face and defeat any form of aggression with all the might of their command
Adopted
Balochistan 34 6 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Due to the sale of non-standardized and unhygienic drinks, the bad impacts are being done on human health. Most of the people of the province are the victim of diseases due to it. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to ban on the manufacture and sale of such unhygienic drinks and bring the culprits to the book
Adopted
Balochistan 34 5 Husan Bano, JUI
About to condemn the attack on Pakistani soil by neighboring country (India)
Adopted
Balochistan 34 5 Samina Khan, PML-N
About to condemn the attack on Pakistani soil by neighboring country (India)
Adopted
Balochistan 34 5 Kishwar Ahmed, PML-N
About to condemn the attack on Pakistani soil by neighboring country (India)
Adopted
Balochistan 34 5 Dr. Ruqayya Saeed Hashmi, PML
About to condemn the attack on Pakistani soil by neighboring country (India)
Adopted
Balochistan 34 5 Rahat Jamali, PML-N
About to condemn the attack on Pakistani soil by neighboring country (India)
Adopted
Balochistan 34 5 Mir Khalid Langov, NP
The provision of compensation to the families of journalists and some citizens who got killed in Quetta blast on August 8
Withdrawn
Balochistan 34 5 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
About the establishment of NADRA executive office and separate counters for women citizens in the province
Adopted
Balochistan 34 5 Husan Bano, JUI
About the establishment of NADRA executive office and separate counters for women citizens in the province
Adopted
Balochistan 34 4 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
For additional canals of Patt Feedar, the construction started in 2004.So far, only 30 percent the work has been done on it. Besides, Crores of rupees have been spent on the scheme but the scheme is delayed so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to coordinate with federal government in order to work on the remaining part of Patt Feeder on practical basis. So that the deprivation and disappointment of the province be addressed on time
Reffered To Committee
Balochistan 34 4 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
For additional canals of Patt Feedar, the construction started in 2004.So far, only 30 percent the work has been done on it. Besides, Crores of rupees have been spent on the scheme but the scheme is delayed so far. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly to coordinate with federal government in order to work on the remaining part of Patt Feeder on practical basis. So that the deprivation and disappointment of the province be addressed on time
Reffered To Committee
Balochistan 34 4 Rahmat Ali Baloch, NP
In 1981, the agreement was signed between WAPDA and Irrigation department of Balochistan government in which the KWSB was made responsible to clear the dues of Balochistan government. But, so far no any installment is payed. It should be clear that the the bills have been exceeded than 10 billion. KWSB is collecting bills from the consumers on monthly basis and also increasing the rate on commercial basis as well. But, Balochistan is deprived of its irrigation resource. It is not justified. Therefore, for the irrigational dues the government should coordinate with Sindh government
Reffered To Committee
Balochistan 34 4 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
In 1981, the agreement was signed between WAPDA and Irrigation department of Balochistan government in which the KWSB was made responsible to clear the dues of Balochistan government. But, so far no any installment is payed. It should be clear that the the bills have been exceeded than 10 billion. KWSB is collecting bills from the consumers on monthly basis and also increasing the rate on commercial basis as well. But, Balochistan is deprived of its irrigation resource. It is not justified. Therefore, for the irrigational dues the government should coordinate with Sindh government
Reffered To Committee
Balochistan 34 4 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
In 1981, the agreement was signed between WAPDA and Irrigation department of Balochistan government in which the KWSB was made responsible to clear the dues of Balochistan government. But, so far no any installment is payed. It should be clear that the the bills have been exceeded than 10 billion. KWSB is collecting bills from the consumers on monthly basis and also increasing the rate on commercial basis as well. But, Balochistan is deprived of its irrigation resource. It is not justified. Therefore, for the irrigational dues the government should coordinate with Sindh government
Reffered To Committee
Balochistan 34 4 Mir Khalid Langov, NP
In 1981, the agreement was signed between WAPDA and Irrigation department of Balochistan government in which the KWSB was made responsible to clear the dues of Balochistan government. But, so far no any installment is payed. It should be clear that the the bills have been exceeded than 10 billion. KWSB is collecting bills from the consumers on monthly basis and also increasing the rate on commercial basis as well. But, Balochistan is deprived of its irrigation resource. It is not justified. Therefore, for the irrigational dues the government should coordinate with Sindh government
Reffered To Committee
Balochistan 34 4 Rahmat Ali Baloch, NP
Supreme Court of Pakistan made an important decision on September 2015 that Urdu should be considered as official language. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to coordinate with federal government that September 08 should be celebrated as Day of national language
Withdrawn
Balochistan 34 4 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
Supreme Court of Pakistan made an important decision on September 2015 that Urdu should be considered as official language. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to coordinate with federal government that September 08 should be celebrated as Day of national language
Withdrawn
Balochistan 34 3 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Hamid Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Nawab Muhammad Ayaz Khan Jogezai, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Sardar Ghulam Mustafa Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Obaidullah Jan Alias Babat, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 William Jan Barkat, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 3 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
Balochistan province is deprived of developmental funds of the area. However, Balochistan province was given the status of less developed province. The scarcity of funds caused the province in remoteness and vulnerability. The responsibility lies to federal government to address the issue. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial government to come in contact with federal government and ensure the funds for the development so that the issues are addressed accordingly
Adopted
Balochistan 34 2 Mir Khalid Langov, NP
When the Basic Health units were not functional at that time the PPHI established in 2006. Due to effective work of PPHI, the basic health units remained functional. The BHUs of Qalat and Khaliqabad are not only functional but also providing facilities to the public. On monthly basis, the medicines of worth Rs. 30, 000, laboratory, ambulances and other medical tools are provided in the BHUs. Also, 3000 employees are recruited against the vacant positions and in district headquarters 500 employees are recruited. The Balochistan government is also providing salaries to the employees from annual budget. The employees of PPHI are working satisfactory since 10 years. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly that the jobs of PPHI employees shall be made permanent so that their grievances be addressed
Withdrawn
Balochistan 34 2 Dr. Shama Ishaq Baloch, NP
When the Basic Health units were not functional at that time the PPHI established in 2006. Due to effective work of PPHI, the basic health units remained functional. The BHUs of Qalat and Khaliqabad are not only functional but also providing facilities to the public. On monthly basis, the medicines of worth Rs. 30, 000, laboratory, ambulances and other medical tools are provided in the BHUs. Also, 3000 employees are recruited against the vacant positions and in district headquarters 500 employees are recruited. The Balochistan government is also providing salaries to the employees from annual budget. The employees of PPHI are working satisfactory since 10 years. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly that the jobs of PPHI employees shall be made permanent so that their grievances be addressed
Withdrawn
Balochistan 34 2 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
When the Basic Health units were not functional at that time the PPHI established in 2006. Due to effective work of PPHI, the basic health units remained functional. The BHUs of Qalat and Khaliqabad are not only functional but also providing facilities to the public. On monthly basis, the medicines of worth Rs. 30, 000, laboratory, ambulances and other medical tools are provided in the BHUs. Also, 3000 employees are recruited against the vacant positions and in district headquarters 500 employees are recruited. The Balochistan government is also providing salaries to the employees from annual budget. The employees of PPHI are working satisfactory since 10 years. Therefore, it is suggested to the provincial assembly that the jobs of PPHI employees shall be made permanent so that their grievances be addressed
Withdrawn
Sindh 27 1 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, PPPP
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Soorath Thebo, PML-N
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Khairunisa Mughal, PPPP
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Nishat Muhammad Zia Qadri, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Syed Faisal Ali Subzwari, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Mahtab Akbar Shah Rashidi, PML-F
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Muhammad Jawaid, PPPP
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Shafi Mohammed Jamote, PML-N
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Sumeta Afzal Syed, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Muhammad Azeem Farooqi, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Saifuddin Khalid, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Muhammad Saleem Rajput, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Hargun Das Ahuja, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Jamal Ahmed, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Heer Soho, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Zubair Ahmed Khan, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Waqar Hussain Shah, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Syed Anwer Raza Naqvi, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Naheed Begum, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Rana Ansar, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Naila Munir, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Faisal Rafiq, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Mehmood Abdul Razzaque, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Waseem Qureshi, MQM
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 27 1 Ghulam Murtaza Baloch, PPPP
The house condemns all sorts of crimes, torture, terrorism, and anti-Pakistan slogans and activities carried out by any side, and the most strict action should be taken against those responsible as per law and Article 6 of the Constitution. This house expresses solidarity with the parliament, armed forces, media, judiciary and all democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Adopted
KP 21 1 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
To expand the entry and exit points of the M1 Toll-Plaza to avoid the traffic Jam and to withdraw the increase in the tax rate
Adopted
KP 21 1 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
To expand the entry and exit points of the M1 Toll-Plaza to avoid the traffic Jam and to withdraw the increase in the tax rate
Adopted
KP 21 1 Muhammad Sheeraz, PML-N
To expand the entry and exit points of the M1 Toll-Plaza to avoid the traffic Jam and to withdraw the increase in the tax rate
Adopted
KP 21 1 Nighat Orakzai, PPPP
To expand the entry and exit points of the M1 Toll-Plaza to avoid the traffic Jam and to withdraw the increase in the tax rate
Adopted
KP 21 1 Mahmood Ahmad Khan, JUI
To expand the entry and exit points of the M1 Toll-Plaza to avoid the traffic Jam and to withdraw the increase in the tax rate
Adopted
KP 21 1 Shah Farman, PTI
To expand the entry and exit points of the M1 Toll-Plaza to avoid the traffic Jam and to withdraw the increase in the tax rate
Adopted
KP 21 1 Sikandar Hayat Khan, QWP
To expand the entry and exit points of the M1 Toll-Plaza to avoid the traffic Jam and to withdraw the increase in the tax rate
Adopted
National 35 4 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
The National Assembly strongly condemns the hanging to Senior Leader of Jamat-e-Islami Meer Qasim Ali by the Government of Bangladesh
Adopted
National 35 4 Abdul Qadir Baloch, PML-N
The National Assembly strongly condemns the hanging to Senior Leader of Jamat-e-Islami Meer Qasim Ali by the Government of Bangladesh
Adopted
National 35 4 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
The National Assembly strongly condemns the hanging to Senior Leader of Jamat-e-Islami Meer Qasim Ali by the Government of Bangladesh
Adopted
National 35 4 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
The National Assembly strongly condemns the hanging to Senior Leader of Jamat-e-Islami Meer Qasim Ali by the Government of Bangladesh
Adopted
National 35 4 Ch. Tariq Bashir Cheema, PML
The National Assembly strongly condemns the hanging to Senior Leader of Jamat-e-Islami Meer Qasim Ali by the Government of Bangladesh
Adopted
National 35 4 Abdul Qahar Khan Wadan, PKMAP
The National Assembly strongly condemns the hanging to Senior Leader of Jamat-e-Islami Meer Qasim Ali by the Government of Bangladesh
Adopted
National 35 4 Mohammad Khan Sherani, JUI
The National Assembly strongly condemns the hanging to Senior Leader of Jamat-e-Islami Meer Qasim Ali by the Government of Bangladesh
Adopted
National 35 3 Mrs. Belum Hasnain, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to improve the performance of National Accountability Bureau
Dropped
National 35 3 Muhammad Gohar Shah, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to set up separate counter for women in NADRA and passport offices of Charsadda
Adopted
National 35 3 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to construct new Government houses/flats for Federal Government employees
Dropped
National 35 3 Dr. Fouzia Hameed, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to rationalize the gas load management for supplying gas in the country
Dropped
National 35 3 Parveen Masood Bhatti, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to abolish interest on House building advance being given to the Federal Government employees
Deferred
National 35 3 Surriya Asghar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to abolish interest on House building advance being given to the Federal Government employees
Deferred
National 35 3 Asiya Naz Tanoli, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to abolish interest on House building advance being given to the Federal Government employees
Deferred
National 35 3 Farhana Qamar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to abolish interest on House building advance being given to the Federal Government employees
Deferred
Senate 252 2 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
The Senate of Pakistan salutes the martyrs and heroes of the valiant Pakistan Armed Forces who defended the motherland with characteristic courage, sacrifice and determination on the occasion of the Defence Day of Pakistan Day. 51 years ago when our cowardly neighbor launched a war of aggression against Pakistan by crossing the international border at Lahore on 6th of September, 1965, the entire nation was united to combat and defeat the aggressor. The kind of morale and unity that was demonstrated during that period was unprecedented, it showed the spirit of resilience and resistance of the Pakistani nation, with the people of Pakistan at their back, foiling the nefarious designs of the enemy. The biggest lesson, as we mark the Defence of Pakistan Day, is that a nation united can never be defeated. Let it not be forgotten that the Kashmir dispute was the catalyst for the 1965 war, and then, as today the people of Jammu and Kashmir have not only rejected the Indian occupation but are resisting Indian atrocities with all the spirit that an unarmed people can muster, namely, the realization that Right is Might. The Senate of Pakistan reaffirms its resolve to continue supporting our valiant Armed Forces for their sacrifices to eliminate terrorism from Pakistan so that there is an abiding peace, security and stability in our region as the core cause of conflict and instability will be removed and the country attains economic self-sufficiency
Adopted
Senate 252 1 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
This House recommends that Pakistan Meteorological Department (MET) may be placed under the administrative control of the Ministry of Climate Change
Not Taken Up
Senate 252 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The Senate of Pakistan strongly condemns the cruel and barbaric act of terrorism in Quetta on 8th August, 2016 and expresses deep sorrow over the killing of innocent people including the son of Senator Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini in the gruesome incident. The House shows sympathy with the bereaved families on this irreparable loss and prays that Allah Almighty may rest the departed souls in eternal peace and give courage to the families to bear this loss. The House calls upon the Government and law enforcing agencies to take all possible measures to eliminate terrorism from the country. The House urges upon the Government to take up the matter of involvement and sponsorship of terrorism in Pakistan by the foreign countries / agencies particularly India in the United Nations and other international fora. The House reiterates its commitment to continue its struggle to combat terrorism in the country and to support the international community in getting rid of this menace."
Not Taken Up
Senate 252 1 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to control price hike in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 252 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House urges upon the Government to recommend to the provincial Governments of Punjab, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to make necessary legislation to regulate the Mental Health Act on priority basis
Not Taken Up
Senate 252 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House strongly condemns the recent address of the Indian Prime Minister in which he claimed to have the support of some separatist elements in Balochistan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan. This provocative statement by the Indian Prime Minister tantamount to open interference into the affairs of Pakistan which is a gross violation of its sovereignty and an effort to deflect the world's attention from worst kind of atrocities being committed by the Indian Security Forces in Indian Occupied Kashmir. The House urges upon the Government to take up this matter on all international forums including the United Nations."
Not Taken Up
Senate 252 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
The Senate of Pakistan strongly condemns the cruel and barbaric acts of terrorism in Quetta on 8th August, 2016 and expresses deep sorrow over the killing of more than 60 lawyers including the son of Senator Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini and other innocent people in the gruesome incident. The terrorists again perpetuated another cowardly attack on the District Courts and lawyers in Mardan. The Senate of Pakistan expresses its deep sorrow and grief over the sad incidents and shows solidarity with the families of the victims and prays for the early recovery of the injured. The House expresses heart felt grief with Senator Dr. Jahanzeb Jamaldini and his family on loss of his son in the incident. The Senate of Pakistan stands side by side with the lawyers’ community, civil society, law enforcement agencies and journalists on this occasion of grief and loss sustained by them and shows solidarity and full support to defeat the terrorist elements in achieving their illicit objectives and calls upon the Federal Government and the Governments of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as well as the law enforcement agencies to deal with such elements with iron hands. The Senate of Pakistan resolves that such cruel/cowardly incidents of terrorism cannot shake the determination and commitment of this nation against the terrorism.May Allah bestows His infinite mercy upon the departed souls and give courage to the families to bear such an irreparable loss
Adopted
Punjab 23 10 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house condemning the attack on the Christian community at Warsak Road Peshawar and declaring such attacks part of conspiracies to defame Pakistan and lauded the role of security forces whose timely response foiled the terrorist attempts by the enemies
Adopted
National 35 1 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The House strongly condemns the attacks on the Media Houses and controversial speech of Altaf Hussain, Leader MQM
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Sardar Sanaullah Khan Zehri, PML-N
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Sarfaraz Ahmed Bugti, PML-N
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Rahmat Ali Baloch, NP
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Sardar Muhammad Aslam Bizinjo, NP
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Mir Amanullah Notezai, PML
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Haji Muhammad Islam, NP
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Mir Muhammad Asim Kurd Gello, PML-N
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, PKMAP
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Mir Khalid Langov, NP
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Husan Bano, JUI
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
The statements of Altaf Hussain, which are tantamount to treason, have hurt 200 million Pakistanis and the people of Balochistan are enraged on such words. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statements of Altaf Hussain and the attacks on media houses, which were an attempt to suppress the freedom of expression
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Sardar Sanaullah Khan Zehri, PML-N
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Sarfaraz Ahmed Bugti, PML-N
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Rahmat Ali Baloch, NP
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Sardar Muhammad Aslam Bizinjo, NP
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Mir Amanullah Notezai, PML
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Haji Muhammad Islam, NP
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, PKMAP
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Mir Khalid Langov, NP
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Husan Bano, JUI
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 33 1 Mir Muhammad Asim Kurd Gello, PML-N
The recent statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi proves that Indian government is sponsoring terrorism in Balochistan. This statement is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan and the Charter of United Nations. It is our duty as a nation to respond to such statements. Therefore, this House strongly condemns the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also demands from the Federal Government to highlight this matter at international fora including United Nations
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Sardar Sanaullah Khan Zehri, PML-N
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Sheikh Jaffar Khan Mandokhail, PML
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Sarfaraz Ahmed Bugti, PML-N
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Obaidullah Jan Alias Babat, PKMAP
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Sardar Raza Muhammad Barrach, PKMAP
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Agha Syed Liaqat Ali, PKMAP
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Tahir Mehmood Khan, PML-N
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Mohammad Saleh Bhootani, PML-N
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Haji Muhammad Islam, NP
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Molana Abdul Wasay, JUI
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Engineer Zmarak Khan, ANP
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Gul Muhammad Khan Dumar, JUI
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Molvi Maazullah Musakhel, JUI
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Mufti Gulab Khan, JUI
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Haji Abdul Malik Kakar, JUI
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Syed Mohammad Raza, MWMP
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Shahida Rauf, JUI
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Balochistan 32 1 Husan Bano, JUI
This House condemns tragic and inhumane incidents of targeted killing of President Balochistan Bar Association followed by a suicide bombing in Civil Hospital Quetta that claimed lives of dozens of able lawyers of Balochistan, journalists, and citizens. The House shows solidarity with the families of martyrs and others who were injured. The House also reiterates its commitment to bravely fight against the terrorists, their financiers, and facilitators
Adopted
Punjab 23 7 Malik Taimoor Masood, PTI
This house demanding replacement of old high voltage electric wires with the new ones along with the installation of new poles
Disposed off
Punjab 23 7 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
This house urging the government to set up Water and Sanitation Agency in Bahawalpur
Adopted
Punjab 23 7 Faiza Mushtaq, PML-N
This house demanding to construct special ramps in public transport for wheel chairs to facilitate the disabled persons
Adopted
Punjab 23 7 Mian Manazir Hussain Ranjha, PML-N
This house demanding to repair and consolidate the bank of river Chenab in PP-31 Sargodha with the help of Irrigation Department to save valuable land of farmers from becoming riverine
Adopted
Punjab 23 7 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
This house demanding to ensure weekly garbage cleaning of drains in the city in rainy season
Adopted
Punjab 23 7 Makhdoom Syed Murtaza Mehmood, PPPP
This house demanding to provide the facility of Congo virus test in the laboratories of reputed hospitals
Disposed off
Punjab 23 2 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house condemning the statement of Indian Prime Minister Nirendra Modi on Balochistan, Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan and demanding the Federal government to take up this issue at international forums and press India to stop meddling into the internal affairs of Pakistan and such interference in future as well and to continue political, diplomatic and moral support to Kashmiris fighting for the right of self-determination
Adopted
Punjab 23 2 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house condemning MQM Chief, Altaf Hussain for his Anti Pakistan remarks and demanding the Federal Government to declare him a traitor as well as a national culprit and to register a treason case against him for his unholy and provocative remarks against Pakistan and also condemned attacks on media houses in the wake of protests and considered them an assault on freedom of press and expressed solidarity with media persons
Adopted
Punjab 23 2 Gulnaz Shahzadi, PML-N
This house demanding education department to bar private schools from forcing the parents to buy books, school uniforms from specific shops
Pending
Punjab 23 2 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
This house demanding legislation to put ban on smoking in Government and semi government offices
Pending
Punjab 23 2 Malik Taimoor Masood, PTI
This house demanding replacement of old high voltage electric wires with the new ones along with the installation of new poles
Pending
Punjab 23 2 Nabeela Hakim Ali Khan, PTI
This house demanding reversal of medicine prices for the treatment of chronic diseases like Cancer, Hepatitis and others
Adopted
Punjab 23 2 Sheikh Ala ud Din, PML-N
This house demanding the federal government to immediately materialize import policy of the country to protect it from facing losses and include all luxury and unnecessary items in the negative list
Pending
Punjab 23 2 Mian Mehmood ur Rasheed, PTI
This house condemning MQM Chief, Altaf Hussain for his Anti Pakistan remarks and demanding the Federal Government to declare him a traitor as well as a national culprit and to register a treason case against him for his unholy and provocative remarks against Pakistan and also condemned attacks on media houses in the wake of protests and considered them an assault on freedom of press and expressed solidarity with media persons
Adopted
Punjab 23 1 Mian Mehmood ur Rasheed, PTI
This house condemning Quetta blast in which more than seventy people, including lawyers and journalists
Adopted
Punjab 23 1 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house paying rich tributes to the social services rendered by renowned Mr Abdul Sattar Edhi
Adopted
KP 20 6 Arbab Jehandad Khan, PTI
Give autonomy to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa over tobacco-related issues for being largest tobacco production province
Adopted
KP 20 6 Malik Noor Saleem, JUI
Give autonomy to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa over tobacco-related issues for being largest tobacco production province
Adopted
KP 20 6 Munawar Khan Advocate, JUI
Give autonomy to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa over tobacco-related issues for being largest tobacco production province
Adopted
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