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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
Punjab 7 13 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
Regarding paying tribute to women struggling for their rights locally and internationally on International Women’s Day
Adopted
Punjab 7 15 Khadija Umer, PML
Demanding to fix number of forty students in each class room of government schools to get better results
Rejected
Punjab 7 15 Neelum Hayat Malik, PTI
Regarding to fix fee of doctors in private clinics and hospitals till the condition of government hospitals become better
Rejected
Punjab 7 15 Shawana Bashir, PTI
Demanding that Kalam-e-Iqbal should be compulsory part of syllabus in educational institutions
Rejected
Punjab 7 15 Sadia Sohail Rana, PTI
Demanding to allow female teachers to bring their infants to schools and colleges, where mother care centers are not established
Rejected
Punjab 7 15 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
Demanding to establish a modern hospital at Municipal Committee Mamu Kanjan, District Faisalabad
Rejected
Punjab 7 15 Syeda Zahra Naqvi, PTI
Demanding to take measures for career counseling of the students at government level
Adopted
Punjab 7 15 Shahida Ahmed, PTI
Demanding to exempt senior citizens of sixty-five years of age and above from the payment of fare in public transport including trains, buses, metro bus and speedo bus
Pending
Punjab 7 15 Khadija Umer, PML
Urging the federal government to take serious steps to eradicate polio
Rejected
Punjab 7 15 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
Demanding the federal government to provide more facilities to the industrial and agriculture sector for financial prosperity in the country
Adopted
Punjab 7 15 Farah Agha, PTI
Demanding to release funds for progress of Pakistan National Game Hockey and show live telecast of the matches
Adopted
Punjab 7 15 Muhammad Muneeb Sultan Cheema, PTI
Demanding from government to restrict private educational institutions in the Punjab
Pending
Punjab 7 15 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
Demanding from Federal government to initiate awareness campaign and instruct department to take serious step to eradicate polio
Rejected
Punjab 7 15 Muneeb ul Haq, PML-N
Demanding to reduce the prices of fertilizers
Pending
Punjab 7 15 Neelum Hayat Malik, PTI
Demanding to allocate funds for farm works
Rejected
Punjab 7 15 Sohaib Ahmad Malik, PML-N
Demanding to establish judicial complex and judicial colony
Adopted
Punjab 7 15 Kanwal Pervaiz Ch., PML-N
Demanding to make child protection policy
Rejected
Punjab 7 15 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
Regarding safety of Muslim prisoners in India
Pending
Punjab 7 15 Muhammad Arshad Malik, PML-N
Expressing grief on death of Mr. Muhammad Arshad Khan Lodhi
Adopted
Punjab 7 15 Azma Zahid Bokhari, PML-N
Paying Tribute to Pakistan Air Force
Adopted
Punjab 7 10 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
Demanding to establish a modern hospital at Municipal Committee Mamu Kanjan, District Faisalabad
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Syeda Zahra Naqvi, PTI
Demanding to take measures for career counseling of the students at government level
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Shahida Ahmed, PTI
To exempt senior citizens of sixty five years of age and above from the payment of fare in public transport including trains, buses, metro bus and speedo bus
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
Demanding the federal government to announce import of Oxo-biodegradable duty free, material used in manufacturing plastic bags extinct naturally
Rejected
Punjab 7 10 Khadija Umer, PML
Demanding federal government to take serious steps to eradicate Polio
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
Demanding the federal government to provide more facilities to the industrial and agriculture sector
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Farah Agha, PTI
Demanding allocation of funds for Hockey
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
Recommending to inscribe Kalma Tayyaba on entrance door of the Punjab Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
Punjab 7 10 Muhammad Muneeb Sultan Cheema, PTI
Demanding controlled pricing of Private School essentials
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Chudhary Iftikhar Hussain Chhachhar, PML-N
Regarding ensure cellular coverage across the country
Rejected
Punjab 7 10 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
Demanding Federal Government to launch an awareness campaign for polio
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Ali Akhtar, PTI
Demanding all the roads connecting Faisalabad with other cities to be toll tax free
Rejected
Punjab 7 10 Mian Manazar Hussain Ranjha, PML-N
Urging the federal government to withdraw its decision to charge Rs.20 Billion loans which NEPRA had procured from different banks from monthly bills of the electricity consumers
Rejected
Punjab 7 10 Khadija Umer, PML
Demanding to fix number of forty students in each class room of government schools to get better results in respect of teachers and students
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Neelum Hayat Malik, PTI
To regulate the high consultation fee charged by doctors in private clinics and hospitals and bound them to treat and examine patients in the public hospitals only and fix fee of these doctors till the condition of government hospitals become better
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Shawana Bashir, PTI
That Kalam-e-Iqbal should be compulsory part of syllabi in educational institutions, was kept pending as the concerned Minister was not present
Pending
Punjab 7 10 Sadia Sohail Rana, PTI
Demanding to allow female teachers to bring their infants to school and colleges, where mother care centers are not established
Pending
Sindh 4 22 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
To remove Chairman and all Members of Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC) and appoint new Chairman and Members on merit
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 22 Rabia Azfar Nizami, PTI
Closure of schools in Tharparkar and Umerkot districts by the Sindh Education Foundation (SEF)
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 22 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
To register the Pharmacy Department of Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur Mir’s with Pharmacy Council of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 22 Sidra lmran, PTI
Collapse of building in Karachi led to several loss of lives due to deplorable performance of SBCA in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 22 Heer Soho, PPPP
To condemn the decision of Federal Government to suspend the operation of almost 439 Utility Stores Corporation throughout the Country
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 22 Sadia Javed, PPPP
To hail the timely response of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) against the Indian aggression
Adopted
Sindh 4 22 Mst. Mangla Sharma, MQM
To hail the timely response of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) against the Indian aggression
Adopted
Sindh 4 22 Omer Omari, PTI
To hail the timely response of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) against the Indian aggression
Adopted
Sindh 4 22 Syed Firdous Shamim Naqvi, PTI
Felicitating the entire nation on the birth anniversary of Hazrat Fatima Zehra (RA)
Adopted
Sindh 4 23 Tanzila Umi Habiba, PPPP
Appreciating the response of Pakistan Air Force against India’s aggression
Adopted
Sindh 4 23 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
Appreciating the response of Pakistan Air Force against India’s aggression
Adopted
Sindh 4 23 Omer Omari, PTI
Appreciating the response of Pakistan Air Force against India’s aggression
Adopted
Sindh 4 23 Hasnian Ali Mirza, GDA
Appreciating the response of Pakistan Air Force against India’s aggression
Adopted
Sindh 4 23 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
Appreciating the response of Pakistan Air Force against India’s aggression
Adopted
Sindh 4 23 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
Appreciating the response of Pakistan Air Force against India’s aggression
Adopted
Sindh 4 23 Muhammad Qasim, TLP
Appreciating the response of Pakistan Air Force against India’s aggression
Adopted
Sindh 4 23 Syed Abdul Rasheed, MMA
Appreciating the response of Pakistan Air Force against India’s aggression
Adopted
Punjab 7 7 Sardar Muhammad Awais Dreshak, PTI
Urging the federal government to take steps to construct dual carriage way at Indus Highway from Kashmor to Dera Ismail Khan to avoid deadly road accidents
Adopted
Punjab 7 6 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
Congratulating Pakistan Air Force (PAF) for shooting down two Indian Air crafts on violation of its airspace
Adopted
Senate 287 1 Samina Saeed, PTI
The House recommends that the Cricket Stadium, functioning under the administrative control of the Pakistan Cricket Board, in Abbotabad be upgraded to international standards so that international matches could be played therein
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to ensure transparency and oversight in utilization of PSDP funds by different departments
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Behramand, PPPP
This House recommends to the Government to shift the Headquarters of Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) from Lahore to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House recommends that Government should take necessary steps to improve health and educational facilities in the rural areas of Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Behramand, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should retain the Headquarters of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi, rather than relocating it to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Dr Sikandar Mandhro, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should retain the Headquarters of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi, rather than relocating it to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Anwar Laal deen, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should retain the Headquarters of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi, rather than relocating it to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Kesho Bai, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should retain the Headquarters of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi, rather than relocating it to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Gianchand, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should retain the Headquarters of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi, rather than relocating it to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Imamuddin Shouqeen, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should retain the Headquarters of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi, rather than relocating it to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should retain the Headquarters of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi, rather than relocating it to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should retain the Headquarters of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi, rather than relocating it to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Mir Muhammad Yousaf Badini, IND
This House recommends that the Government should retain the Headquarters of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi, rather than relocating it to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Robina Khalid, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should retain the Headquarters of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi, rather than relocating it to Islamabad
Not Taken Up
Senate 287 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
To condemn threats, war hysteria by India and propaganda against Pakistan after Pulwama attack
Adopted
Punjab 7 5 Ali Akhtar, PTI
Demanding all the roads connecting Faisalabad with other cities
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Mian Manazar Hussain Ranjha, PML-N
Urging the federal government to withdraw its decision to charge Rs.20 Billion loans
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Khadija Umer, PML
Demanding to fix number of forty students in each class room of government schools
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Neelum Hayat Malik, PTI
To regulate the high consultation fee charged by doctors in private clinics and hospitals
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Shawana Bashir, PTI
That Kalam-e-Iqbal should be compulsory part of syllabus in educational institutions
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Sadia Sohail Rana, PTI
Regarding mother care center establishment in Government schools
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
Regarding building of a hospital in Faisalabad
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Syeda Zahra Naqvi, PTI
Regarding incompetent career counseling
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Shahida Ahmed, PTI
Senior citizens (65 or plus) should be exempted of public transport (bus, trains, metro bus and speedo bus)
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
This House urges the federal government to declare oxo biodegradable duty free to control enviornmental pollution spreading through plastic shopping bags
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Khadija Umer, PML
This House urges the Federal government to take serious steps regarding polio campaign
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
This House urges the federal government to give facilities to agricultural and industrial sector
Not Taken Up
Punjab 7 5 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
This House urges the federal government to amend the drug act. Take steps to control smuggling of drugs, minimum penalty for selling of drugs should be life sentence in prison
Adopted
Punjab 7 5 Abdul Aleem Khan, PTI
The Indian attack on Muzaffarabad Sector and urging the federal government to raise the issue on international level
Adopted
Punjab 7 5 Rana Mohammad Iqbal Khan, PML-N
Condoled the death of two former members of Provincial Assembly of Punjab, Rana Shaukat Mahmood and Rana Tajamul Hussain
Adopted
Sindh 4 21 Waseemuddin Qureshi, MQM
Honoury degree to Nimra, who was killed during cross fire between police and robbers
Adopted
Sindh 4 21 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
Provincial government to approach federal government to issue blue passport to MPAs, their spouses and dependent children
Adopted
Sindh 4 20 Hasnian Ali Mirza, GDA
This House resolves to condemn the recent unsubstantiated allegation leveled by India against Pakistan. It is clear that this war mongering and hype is being created merely to influence the upcoming elections in India. We stand as One Nation under One Flag to protect the dignity and integrity of our beloved Pakistan. This House strongly condemns the recent wave of repression and the continued atrocities including use of chemical weapons and pellet guns by more than 700,000 occupying Indian forces who have blinded and disabled hundreds of innocent Kashmiri men, women and children. This brutal use of force can never suppress the legitimate struggle of the people of Kashmir for their rights to self-determination as per the UN Resolution. This House and the people of Sindh stands in solidarity with brave people of the Indian Occupied Kashmir. The August House also call upon International Community to end its indifferent attitude and deliberate negligence of the systematic repression of Kashmiri people by the Indian forces in the occupied valley. This House resolves to condemn the allegation, leveled by India against Pakistan in connection with recent incident in Kashmir. We also condemn the atrocities being committed by Indian forces in Kashmir. And we stand united as a Nation to keep the prestige and dignity of Pakistan and resolve to defend the mother nation with all means at our disposal.
Adopted
Sindh 4 20 Arsalan Taj Hussain, PTI
This House resolves to condemn the recent unsubstantiated allegation leveled by India against Pakistan. It is clear that this war mongering and hype is being created merely to influence the upcoming elections in India. We stand as One Nation under One Flag to protect the dignity and integrity of our beloved Pakistan. This House strongly condemns the recent wave of repression and the continued atrocities including use of chemical weapons and pellet guns by more than 700,000 occupying Indian forces who have blinded and disabled hundreds of innocent Kashmiri men, women and children. This brutal use of force can never suppress the legitimate struggle of the people of Kashmir for their rights to self-determination as per the UN Resolution. This House and the people of Sindh stands in solidarity with brave people of the Indian Occupied Kashmir. The August House also call upon International Community to end its indifferent attitude and deliberate negligence of the systematic repression of Kashmiri people by the Indian forces in the occupied valley. This House resolves to condemn the allegation, leveled by India against Pakistan in connection with recent incident in Kashmir. We also condemn the atrocities being committed by Indian forces in Kashmir. And we stand united as a Nation to keep the prestige and dignity of Pakistan and resolve to defend the mother nation with all means at our disposal.
Adopted
Sindh 4 20 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
This House resolves to condemn the recent unsubstantiated allegation leveled by India against Pakistan. It is clear that this war mongering and hype is being created merely to influence the upcoming elections in India. We stand as One Nation under One Flag to protect the dignity and integrity of our beloved Pakistan. This House strongly condemns the recent wave of repression and the continued atrocities including use of chemical weapons and pellet guns by more than 700,000 occupying Indian forces who have blinded and disabled hundreds of innocent Kashmiri men, women and children. This brutal use of force can never suppress the legitimate struggle of the people of Kashmir for their rights to self-determination as per the UN Resolution. This House and the people of Sindh stands in solidarity with brave people of the Indian Occupied Kashmir. The August House also call upon International Community to end its indifferent attitude and deliberate negligence of the systematic repression of Kashmiri people by the Indian forces in the occupied valley. This House resolves to condemn the allegation, leveled by India against Pakistan in connection with recent incident in Kashmir. We also condemn the atrocities being committed by Indian forces in Kashmir. And we stand united as a Nation to keep the prestige and dignity of Pakistan and resolve to defend the mother nation with all means at our disposal.
Adopted
Sindh 4 20 Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran, PPPP
This House categorically rejects targeted victimization under the guise of accountability; rejects the selective and discriminatory accountability; vociferously renounces the way & manner of the arrest of Speaker Sindh Assembly Agha Siraj Khan Durrani without any offence being proved against him; and unequivocally condemns the reprehensible manner in which the search of his home was conducted by NAB officials, which went on for hours at a time when only his wife, daughters and daughter-in-law were at home. This House also resolves and recommends to the Government and the Chief Minister to approach the Federal Government to request an inquiry by Chairman NAB into the reprehensible behavior of NAB officials, who raided Speaker Sindh Assembly’s House.
Adopted
National 8 2 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
This House recommends that Government should take steps to constitute Power Division and Petroleum Division as two separate Ministries instead of their current status as two Divisions under the Ministry of Energy
Adopted
National 8 1 Asad Qaisar, PTI
In view of the baseless Indian propaganda against Pakistan to link the attack on the convey of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Pulwama, Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IoK), with Pakistan, this House moves the following resolution: This House: Strongly rejects the baseless Indian allegations seeking to link the attack to Pakistan without investigation and any shred of evidence; Condemns Indian kneejerk reaction where instead of introspection on its repressive policies against the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir denying their right of self-determination, India has again sought to shift the blame to Pakistan through baseless polemic and provocative rhetoric; Recalls the statements by heads of all political parties and the Prime Minister's statement of 19 February 2019, offering Pakistan's assistance to India in investigations of this attack and to take action on actionable intelligence or evidence; Strongly denounces the continuing reprisal attacks on Kashmiris in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir and targeting of Kashmiri students in India after the Pulwama attack. in full view of Indian atrocities that remain inactive in the face of heightened communal sentiments; Stresses that India's smear campaign should not delude and obscure the real issues of the human rights nightmare and humanitarian emergency prevalent in IoK due to the Indian atrocities; Emphasizes that no one should underestimate Pakistan's resolve to defend itself against any act of aggression; Reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute, pending on the agenda of United Nations Security Council due to Indian intransigence; Underscores that a just and peaceful solution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute is an unfinished agenda of the partition of India and essential for durable peace and stability in the region; Call upon India to put an immediate halt to the continued human rights violations in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir and implement the UNSC resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir, calling for an impartial plebiscite to determine the future of the people of Jammu and Kashmir
Adopted
KP 5 4 Shaukat Ali, PTI
To pay salaries to the journalists of various media houses
Adopted
KP 5 4 Sahib Zada Sana Ullah, PPPP
Highlight the issues of Overseas Pakistanis in Saudi Arabia during upcoming visit of Saudi Crown Prince
Adopted
KP 5 4 Babar Saleem Swati, PTI
Open Torkham and Ghulam Khan Borders
Adopted
KP 5 3 Mehmood Jan, PTI
Transfer of Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) and Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) head offices from Lahore to Islamabad
Adopted
KP 5 3 Nighat Yasmin Orakzai, PPPP
Issuance of lifetime blue passports to the members of Provincial Assemblies
Adopted
KP 5 3 Munawar Khan, MMA
Increase in number of judges in Lakki Marwat district
Adopted
Sindh 4 18 Jam Khan Shoro, PPPP
Demanding the federal government to bring down property valuation rates
Adopted
Sindh 4 18 Burhan Chandio, PPPP
Release dues to the media houses for payment of salaries to their employees
Adopted
KP 5 1 Inayatullah, MMA
To establish Distribution Company in Malakand
Adopted
KP 5 1 Sahib Zada Sana Ullah, PPPP
Revisit the recent Hajj policy announced by the government
Adopted
KP 5 1 Nighat Yasmin Orakzai, PPPP
Compensate the family of victims of Sahiwal incident
Adopted
Sindh 4 17 Sarwat Fatima, TLP
Urging the federal government to take back the increase in Hajj fares
Adopted
Sindh 4 17 Nida Khuhro, PPPP
Urging the federal government to take back the increase in Hajj fares
Adopted
Sindh 4 14 Mst. Mangla Sharma, MQM
Prisoners imprisoned in Jails be released on semi-payroll at the death of their relatives to attend the funerals on humanity grounds
Adopted
Sindh 4 14 Syed Abdul Rasheed, MMA
Treatment be provided to the drug addicts in Government Hospitals on priority basis
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 14 Moazzam Ali Khan, GDA
To ensure the solution of sanitation and drainage problem of Larkana City
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 14 Rabia Azfar Nizami, PTI
To take steps for the merger of Higher Secondary Schools and Degree Colleges and implement the order of the High Court of Sindh C.P. No. 1817 of 2016 in this regard
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 14 Rana Ansar, MQM
It should be made mandatory for all the educational institutions to appoint a psychologist who can counsel students to overcome their learning disabilities
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 13 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Condemning the attack on a PTI lawmaker
Adopted
Sindh 4 13 Syed Firdous Shamim Naqvi, PTI
Condemning the attack on a PTI lawmaker
Adopted
National 7 9 Ahmad Hussain, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to complete M-4 Motorway from Gojra to Multan section
Not Taken Up
National 7 9 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to withdraw the Gas Infrastructure Development Cess forthwith
Not Taken Up
National 7 9 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
National 7 9 Nafeesa Inayatullah Khan Khattak, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide amount of rental ceiling along with their salaries to the federal employees working in constitutional bodies
Not Taken Up
National 7 9 Sahibzada Sibghatullah, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistan Embassies abroad to solve the problems of overseas Pakistanis specifically in the Middle East
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 9 Sidra lmran, PTI
To ensure provision of Health and Medical Services in Civil Hospital Tando Allah Yar
Rejected
Sindh 4 9 Khawaja Izhar-ul-Hassan, MQM
Dues have not been paid to the retired employees of Pakistan Steel Mills since 2013 to date
Adopted
Sindh 4 9 Ghazalla Sial, PPPP
To refrain from rolling back the 18th Amendment of the Constitution because it will cause harm to the Provincial autonomy
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 9 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
To take notice of declining Chemical Bacteriological Laboratory in the Province and take measures for its growth and development
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 9 Muhammad Shahryar Khan Mahar, GDA
Sindh Police be instructed to lift the ban on Bull Cart Racing and facilitate such events by providing security cover
Not Taken Up
Punjab 6 12 Ali Akhtar, PTI
Demanding all the roads connecting Faisalabad with other cities
Deferred
Punjab 6 12 Mian Manazar Hussain Ranjha, PML-N
Urging the federal government to withdraw its decision to charge Rs.20 Billion loans
Deferred
Punjab 6 12 Khadija Umer, PML
Demanding to fix number of forty students in each class room of government schools
Deferred
Punjab 6 12 Neelum Hayat Malik, PTI
To regulate the high consultation fee charged by doctors in private clinics and hospitals
Deferred
Punjab 6 12 Shawana Bashir, PTI
That Kalam-e-Iqbal should be compulsory part of syllabi in educational institutions
Deferred
Punjab 6 12 Neelum Hayat Malik, PTI
Regarding the ban on illegal sale of petrol
Withdrawn
Punjab 6 12 Sadia Sohail Rana, PTI
Regarding mother care center establishment in Government schools
Deferred
Punjab 6 12 Uzma Kardar, PTI
Regarding separate track of Ambulance in Punjab
Rejected
Punjab 6 12 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
Regarding building of a hospital in Faisalabad
Deferred
Punjab 6 12 Syeda Zahra Naqvi, PTI
Regarding incompetent career counseling
Deferred
National 7 7 Ahmad Hussain, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to complete M-4 Motorway from Gojra to Multan section
Not Taken Up
National 7 7 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to withdraw the Gas Infrastructure Development Cess forthwith
Not Taken Up
National 7 7 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
National 7 7 Nafeesa Inayatullah Khan Khattak, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide amount of rental ceiling along with their salaries to the federal employees working in constitutional bodies
Not Taken Up
National 7 7 Sahibzada Sibghatullah, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to improve the performance of Pakistan Embassies abroad to solve the problems of overseas Pakistanis specifically in the Middle East
Not Taken Up
National 7 5 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
The Areas of Bolochistan affected from drought be declared as calamity-hit Areas declared
Adopted
National 7 5 Afreen Khan, MMA
The Areas of Bolochistan affected from drought be declared as calamity-hit Areas declared
Adopted
National 7 5 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
The Areas of Bolochistan affected from drought be declared as calamity-hit Areas declared
Adopted
National 7 5 Khalid Hussain Magsi, BAP
The Areas of Bolochistan affected from drought be declared as calamity-hit Areas declared
Adopted
National 7 5 Mohammad Aslam Bhootani, IND
The Areas of Bolochistan affected from drought be declared as calamity-hit Areas declared
Adopted
National 7 5 Molana Abdul Wasay, MMA
The Areas of Bolochistan affected from drought be declared as calamity-hit Areas declared
Adopted
National 7 5 Salah Ud Din, MMA
The Areas of Bolochistan affected from drought be declared as calamity-hit Areas declared
Adopted
National 7 5 Syed Mehmood Shah, MMA
The Areas of Bolochistan affected from drought be declared as calamity-hit Areas declared
Adopted
National 7 5 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
The Areas of Bolochistan affected from drought be declared as calamity-hit Areas declared
Adopted
National 7 5 Maulvi Asmatullah, MMA
The Areas of Bolochistan affected from drought be declared as calamity-hit Areas declared
Adopted
Punjab 6 9 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
Offering prayers for the deceased lawmaker Mazhar Abbas Raan
Adopted
Punjab 6 9 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
Recommending the government to make conditional the payment to media houses on account of advertisements with the payment of salaries to journalists
Adopted
Sindh 4 5 Rana Ansar, MQM
To control population and launch awareness campaigns in this regard
Adopted
Sindh 4 5 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
To functionalize Hyderabad Airport to all commercial flights/traffics
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 5 Muhammad Aslam Abro, PTI
To establish Public University in District Jacobabad
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 5 Arsalan Taj Hussain, PTI
To constitute PFC and award it to the Local Councils
Not Taken Up
Sindh 4 5 Heer Soho, PPPP
Demand the implementation of 100% job quota reserved for the Province of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Punjab 6 7 Ali Akhtar, PTI
Demanding all the roads connecting Faisalabad with other cities to be toll tax free as was practicing previously in the tenure of Ch Parvez Elahi when no toll tax was levied
Pending
Punjab 6 7 Mian Manazar Hussain Ranjha, PML-N
Urging the federal government to withdraw its decision to charge Rs.20 Billion loans which NEPRA had procured from different banks from monthly bills of the electricity consumers
Pending
Punjab 6 7 Khadija Umer, PML
Demanding to fix number of forty students in each class room of government schools to get better results in respect of teachers and students
Pending
Punjab 6 7 Neelum Hayat Malik, PTI
to regulate the high consultation fee charged by doctors in private clinics and hospitals and bound them to treat and examine patients in the public hospitals only and fix fee of these doctors till the condition of government hospitals become better
Pending
Punjab 6 7 Momina Waheed, PTI
Urging the Federal Government to change the name of Benazir Income Support Program with Pakistan Income Support Program
Withdrawn
Punjab 6 7 Momina Waheed, PTI
Urging the Federal government to amend relevant provisions of Constitution and election laws to declare a seat vacant in case a member-elect does not take oath within three months of the election so that no constituency should be deprived of representation in the Assembly
Adopted
Punjab 6 7 Shawana Bashir, PTI
Kalam-e-Iqbal should be compulsory part of syllabi in educational institutions
Pending
Punjab 6 7 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
Demanding the Federal Government to ban beggary in those cities where shelter homes were established
Withdrawn
Punjab 6 7 Seemabia Tahir, PTI
Praising Pakistan Army for shooting down a spy drone of India which crossed into Pakistani territory from line of control at Bagh Sector. The resolution expressed satisfaction over Pakistan’s Army capacities and preparedness to defend their homeland by successfully guarding its borders against enemy spy drone and expressed hope that Army would use its capacities in future to defend the country. The resolution paid tributes to Pakistan Army for making country defense invulnerable and prayed that Army would continue to have more successes in future
Adopted
National 7 2 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country
Not Taken Up
National 7 2 Sher Akbar Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore Sialkot to Rawalpindi nonstop Train service
Not Taken Up
National 7 2 Ahmad Hussain, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to complete M-4 Motorway from Gojra to Multan section
Not Taken Up
National 7 2 Choudhary Faqir Ahmad, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to discourage beggary in the Federal Capital
Not Taken Up
National 7 2 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
Balochistan 3 5 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
Unavailability of clean drinking water in Quetta. water supply should be ensured through Water Supply Project
Deferred
Balochistan 3 5 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
Recommending Provincial Government to approach federal Government to transfer the control of sandek Gold and copper mines to the Province
Adopted
Balochistan 3 5 Bushra Rind, BAP
Demanding to reduce airfares of flights operating from Quetta
Adopted
National 7 1 Syed Amin ul Haque, MQM
Strongly condemning the murder of Syed Ali Raza Abidi, Ex-MNA and paying tribute to his services
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
Condemning the assassination of MQM former MNA Syed Ali Raza Abidi
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Haleem Adil Sheikh, PTI
Condemning the assassination of MQM former MNA Syed Ali Raza Abidi
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Hasnian Ali Mirza, GDA
Condemning the assassination of MQM former MNA Syed Ali Raza Abidi
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Syed Sardar Ali Shah, PPPP
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Syed Firdous Shamim Naqvi, PTI
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Rana Ansar, MQM
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Syed Muhammad Abbas Jafri, PTI
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Hamid uz Zafar, MQM
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Rabia Khatton, MQM
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Kanwar Naveed Jameel, MQM
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Mst. Mangla Sharma, MQM
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Shahana Ashar, MQM
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Ali Khurshidi, MQM
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Syed Abdul Rasheed, MMA
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Ghazalla Sial, PPPP
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Shahnaz Begum, PPPP
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 4 2 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach Federal Government to take notice of violation of Article 158 of the Constitution by the Federal Ministry. Due to the shortage of Gas the domestic as well as commercial consumers are facing a lot of difficulties in the Province of Sindh
Adopted
Punjab 6 2 Ali Akhtar, PTI
Demanding all the roads connecting Faisalabad with other cities to be toll tax free as was practicing previously in the tenure of Ch Parvez Elahi when no toll tax was levied
Deferred
Punjab 6 2 Sajid Ahmad Khan, PML
Condemning atrocities being done by the Indian forces in Held Kashmir and expressed grief over massacre of innocent Kashmiri raising voice for self-determination. It further stated that silence of world community, United Nations and OIC on the genocide of Kashmiris is equal to their extermination. The resolution urged the federal government to raise this issue on different world forums to stop this massacre and resolve it on urgent basis. It prayed for the departed souls to rest in eternal peace and early recovery of injured and courage to the bereaved families
Adopted
Punjab 6 2 Mian Manazar Hussain Ranjha, PML-N
To collect Rs. 20 billion from consumers through bills which NEPRA has borrowed from different banks
Deferred
Punjab 6 2 Khadija Umer, PML
Demanding to fix number of forty students in each class room of government schools to get better results in respect of teachers and students
Deferred
Punjab 6 2 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
Demanding the provincial government to devise such a policy of wheat procurement that farmers should not face difficulties in supply of wheat and receiving jute bags
Adopted
Balochistan 5 7 Zmarak Khan, ANP
Urging the Federal government to establish a laboratory to check the faulty meters
Adopted
Balochistan 5 7 Malik Naeem Khan Bazai, ANP
Urging the Federal government to establish a laboratory to check the faulty meters
Adopted
Balochistan 5 7 Asghar Khan, ANP
Urging the Federal government to establish a laboratory to check the faulty meters
Adopted
Balochistan 5 7 Bibi Shahina, PTI
Urging the Federal government to establish a laboratory to check the faulty meters
Adopted
Balochistan 5 7 Malik Naeem Khan Bazai, ANP
To provide gas to Aghburg area of Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 5 7 Bibi Shahina, PTI
To provide gas to Aghburg area of Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 5 7 Zahoor Ahmad Buledi, BAP
Urging the Federal Government to right off the electricity arears due on the people of Makran Division
Adopted
Balochistan 5 7 Abdul Rasheed, BAP
Urging the Federal Government to right off the electricity arears due on the people of Makran Division
Adopted
Balochistan 5 7 Zahoor Ahmad Buledi, BAP
Rejecting the US allegations that the minorities were not being given the rights in Pakistan and congratulation the Federal Government for giving stict response to US on this
Withdrawn
Balochistan 5 6 Zahoor Ahmad Buledi, BAP
Rejecting the US allegations that the minorities were not being given the rights in Pakistan and congratulation the Federal Government for giving stict response to US on this
Deferred
Balochistan 5 6 Zahoor Ahmad Buledi, BAP
Urging the Federal Government to right off the electricity arears due on the people of Makran Division
Deferred
Balochistan 5 6 Abdul Rasheed, BAP
Urging the Federal Government to right off the electricity arears due on the people of Makran Division
Deferred
Balochistan 5 3 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
Recommending the Federal Government to establish a committee to look into the reportedly undair distribution of funds under CPEC
Adopted
Balochistan 5 3 Nawab Muhammad Aslam Khan Raisani, IND
Take provincial assembly into confidence over CPEC agreements
Adopted
Balochistan 5 3 Asghar Khan, ANP
Details of the heavey loan borrowed from Saudi Arabia to be shared with public
Adopted
Balochistan 5 3 Muhammad Nawaz, MMA
Ensure fair distribution by Sui-Southern Gas Pipelines Limited
Deferred
Balochistan 5 3 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
Strict action to be taken against overloaded and over-speeding vehicles on National Highways
Deferred
KP 4 2 Mian Nisar Gul, MMA
To approach federal government for approval of construction on Peshawar-Dera Ismail Khan motorway
Adopted
KP 4 2 Bahadar Khan, ANP
Building new water reservoirs
Adopted
KP 4 2 Inayatullah, MMA
Supply electricity to Lower and Upper Dir from Golan Gol Power Project
Adopted
KP 4 2 Muhammad Zahir Shah, PTI
Shift Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) Headquarters to Islamabad from Lahore
Adopted
KP 4 2 Ayesha Banno, PTI
To provide pensions to disabled children of deceased WAPDA employees
Adopted
KP 4 2 Wazir Zada, PTI
Condemning the United States of America’s decision to blacklist Pakistan for religious freedom violations
Adopted
KP 4 2 Bahadar Khan, ANP
Regarding water supply schemes in PK-16
Adopted
KP 3 10 Sardar Aurangzaib, PML-N
To compensate to the owners of land used for Shah Maqsood Interchange of Hazara Motorway
Adopted
KP 3 10 Sardar Hussain, ANP
Take necessary measure to resolve the issue of blocked NICs of Pashtuns
Adopted
KP 3 10 Inayatullah, MMA
Repatriate the Pakistani prisoners languishing in jails in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Adopted
KP 3 10 Sahib Zada Sana Ullah, PPPP
Send a multi-party jirga to KSA to address the problems faced by Pakistani laborers and pilgrims in the kingdom
Adopted
KP 3 10 Khushdil Khan Advocate, ANP
Empowering the Speaker to constitute Committees and appoint their chairpersons without holding elections
Adopted
KP 3 10 Nighat Yasmin Orakzai, PPPP
Urging the federal government to issue life-term blue passports to the members of Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 3 9 Sahib Zada Sana Ullah, PPPP
A resolution suggesting the government to restore quota in private medical colleges for the children of the staff of these colleges
Adopted
KP 3 8 Akram Khan Durrani, MMA
Recommending the government to take measures regarding laying off of media workers by their employers. The resolution suggested to make the payment of advertisement fees conditional with restoration of media workers
Adopted
KP 2 1 Sultan Muhammad Khan, PTI
To use the Assembly Chamber for the Election to the office of President of Pakistan
Adopted
KP 2 1 Fazal llahi, PTI
Against a blasphemous caricature competition in the Netherlands
Adopted
KP 2 1 Sardar Hussain, ANP
Issue of Load Shedding & Voltage in the Province
Adopted
KP 2 1 Muhammad Naeem, PML-N
Issue of Load Shedding & Voltage in the Province
Adopted
KP 2 1 Sardar Muhammad Yousaf Zaman, PML-N
Issue of Load Shedding & Voltage in the Province
Adopted
KP 2 1 Shah Dad Khan, MMA
Issue of Load Shedding & Voltage in the Province
Adopted
KP 2 1 Sahib Zada Sana Ullah, PPPP
Issue of Load Shedding & Voltage in the Province
Adopted
KP 2 1 Inayatullah, MMA
Issue of Load Shedding & Voltage in the Province
Adopted
KP 2 1 Shehram Khan, PTI
Issue of Load Shedding & Voltage in the Province
Adopted
KP 2 1 Muhammad Arif, PTI
Against a blasphemous caricature competition in the Netherlands
Adopted
KP 2 1 Fazal Shakoor Khan, PTI
Against a blasphemous caricature competition in the Netherlands
Adopted
KP 2 1 Shakeel Bashir Khan, ANP
Against a blasphemous caricature competition in the Netherlands
Adopted
KP 2 1 Pakhtoon Yar Khan, PTI
Against a blasphemous caricature competition in the Netherlands
Adopted
KP 2 1 Inayatullah, MMA
Against a blasphemous caricature competition in the Netherlands
Adopted
KP 2 1 Pir Fida Muhammad, PTI
Against a blasphemous caricature competition in the Netherlands
Adopted
KP 2 1 Asif Khan, PTI
Against a blasphemous caricature competition in the Netherlands
Adopted
KP 2 1 Wazir Zada, PTI
Against a blasphemous caricature competition in the Netherlands
Adopted
National 6 8 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
Affirming the government’s resolve to ensure protection of child rights, and take steps to remove malnutrition and provide extra care during first 1000 days of a baby
Adopted
National 6 7 Zille Huma, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to include Seerat-un-Nabi (Peace Be Upon Him) in the curriculum of Government Colleges and schools in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 6 7 Ali Zahid, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to release funds for construction of Pasrur-Sialkot Road, approved by the previous Government
Not Taken Up
National 6 7 Uzma Riaz, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to generate inexpensive electricity in the country
Not Taken Up
National 6 7 Nasiba Channa, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to set up more hospitals in the Federal Capital.
Not Taken Up
National 6 7 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to set up more hospitals in the Federal Capital.
Not Taken Up
National 6 7 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to establish Liver Transplantation Centres in big cities of Pakistan under the supervision of Federal Government
Not Taken Up
National 6 6 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Umar Ayub Khan, PTI
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Murad Saeed, PTI
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Ch. Tariq Bashir Cheema, PML
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Muhammad Hammad Azhar, PTI
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Amjid Ali Khan, PTI
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, PML-N
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Asif Ali Zardari, PPPP
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, PPPP
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, PML-N
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Amir Haider Khan, ANP
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House: strongly condemns the atrocities that continue to be committed againt innocent Kashmirs by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including the brutal killings of 14 persons in Pulwama, indiscriminate shooting, inhumane treatment and beating causing injuries to over 300 protesters, gross human rights violations and restrictions on freedom of expression including mass and social media restrictions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to ensure blackout; This House salutes and expresses complete solidarity with, the brave people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their popular, spontaneous and peaceful protests against the illegal occupation by India and killing of innocent Kashmiris; This House reiterates continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle; This House stresses that these blatant violations of internal law cannot deter valiant, oppressed people of Indian Jammu and Kashmir from continuing to press their demand for realization of their right to self-determination, which is enshrined in numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions; This House reiterates that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India and its resolution is indispensible for realization of dream for peace and stability in South Asia; This House welcomes the statement of OIC condemning the grave atrocities committed by the Indian occupied forces in Indian occupied Kashmir and urging the OIC to send a Fact Finding Mission to Indian occupied Kashmir including the recent conference held in Iran in beginning of this month and attended by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Pakistan along with other parliamentarians and also attended by Speakers of Russia, China, Turkey, lran and Afghanistan, where the Kashmir resolution was unanimously urged upon and for its implementation; This House calls upon the Government of India: To bring in immediate end to all violations of human rights of people in Indian Occupied Kashmir and acts of state terrorism: Lift all restrictions on media and stop intimidation and harassment of journalists; Implement UN Security Council Resolutions promising the right of self-determination to people of Jammu and Kashmir; Urges the United Nations and International Human Rights Organizations must fulfill their long standing commitment to the amicable resolution of Jammu & Kashmir dispute according to the will of the people of Jammu & Kashmir; And finally the International Community to expedite formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights.
Adopted
National 6 6 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, PML-N
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Asif Ali Zardari, PPPP
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, PPPP
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, PML-N
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Ahsan Iqbal, PML-N
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Amir Haider Khan, ANP
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Mohsin Javed, IND
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
National 6 6 Kesoo Mal Kheeal Das, PML-N
This House unanimously condemns the atrocities and killings of innocent students and teachers of Army Public School, Peshawar and reiterates its resolve to condemn and to combat all types of terrorism in Pakistan and implementation of National Action Plan
Adopted
Balochistan 5 5 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
Strict action to be taken against overloaded and over-speeding vehicles on National Highways
Adopted
Balochistan 5 5 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
Urging the Federal Government to handover the control of universities located in Balochistan to the provincial government to hand over the control of universities to the provincial government
Deferred
Balochistan 5 5 Muhammad Nawaz, MMA
Ensure fair distribution by Sui-Southern Gas Pipelines Limited
Adopted
Balochistan 5 5 Naseer Ahmed, BNP
Urging the provincial government to increase the upper age limit to apply for government jobs
Adopted
Balochistan 5 5 Naseer Ahmed, BNP
Establish a committee to make provincial assembly of Balochistan an E-Assembly on the model of Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
Balochistan 5 5 Sham Lal, MMA
Establish a committee to make provincial assembly of Balochistan an E-Assembly on the model of Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
Balochistan 5 5 Bibi Shahina, PTI
Establish a committee to make provincial assembly of Balochistan an E-Assembly on the model of Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
Balochistan 5 2 Nawab Muhammad Aslam Khan Raisani, IND
Recommending the media houses to reinstate the media workers who had been recently fired from their jobs
Adopted
Punjab 5 10 Uzma Kardar, PTI
Prayed and congratulated Federal Government on successful diplomacy with the US with regard to exclusion of Pakistan’s name from the list of countries that violated freedom of minorities. The resolution further stated that the National Commission for Human Rights is completely functional and Pakistan does not need dictation from other countries to protect the rights of its minorities. The Constitution of Pakistan protects the rights of minorities rather allocates reserved seats for them in Federal and Provincial Assemblies
Adopted
Punjab 5 10 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
Urging the Federal Government to observe 16 December, as a National Day against terrorism and extremism in the memory of Army Public School martyrs. The resolution stated that terrorists hit Army Public School Peshawar four years back on 16 December 2014 and even today the whole nation is sad and gloomy on the incident. The resolution condemned the attack and expressed solidarity with the families of students who sacrificed their lives and paid tributes to the martyrs of security agencies. It urged the nation to fight against terrorism and extremism till its complete eradication and restoration of peace in the country
Adopted
Balochistan 4 4 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
Government to take counter measures against the drought conditions prevailing across Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 4 2 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
Issue of water shortage in different areas of Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 4 2 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
To make a national Commission for the earnings from CPEC and give Baluchistan its share based on the area
Deferred
Balochistan 4 2 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
To provide all the highways in the province to Motorway Police so that accidents on these highways on daily basis would be avoided
Adopted
Balochistan 4 2 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
A message should be given to supreme court from Baluchistan assembly that decision of supreme court regarding Asia Bibi case should be reviewed
Adopted
Balochistan 3 3 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
Construction of New dams in a Province
Adopted
Balochistan 3 3 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
Decrease in the Price of electricity
Adopted
Balochistan 3 3 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
The matters of Sandhik Gold should be handed over to the province
Deferred
Balochistan 3 3 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
To decrease the import of agri products and provide subsidies to farmer for promoting exports
Adopted
Balochistan 3 3 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
Unavailability of clean drinking water in Quetta. water supply should be ensured through Water Supply Project
Deferred
Balochistan 1 3 Jam Kamal Khan, BAP
Condemning a blasphemous cartoon contest in Netherlands and demanding the government to raise the matter at international forums
Adopted
Punjab 5 7 Syeda Zahra Naqvi, PTI
Demanding to take immediate steps for providing job opportunities across the province to beggars roaming and begging in streets
Withdrawn
Punjab 5 7 Raja Yawar Kamal Khan, PTI
Demanding the federal government to stop District Governments from the issuance of domiciles and declaring National Identity Card as domicile
Pending
Punjab 5 7 Neelum Hayat Malik, PTI
Urging to improve the quality of cameras installed in major cities by Punjab Safe City Authority
Adopted
Punjab 5 7 Mian Manazar Hussain Ranjha, PML-N
Demanding the federal government to take back its decision on withdrawal of subsidy on agricultural tube-wells
Rejected
Punjab 5 7 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
For taking immediate preventive measures against Dengue
Disposed off
Punjab 5 7 Sajid Ahmad Khan, PML
Condemning attack on Chinese Consulate in Karachi on 23-11-2018 and paid tribute to the security forces for foiling this attack and prayed for those who sacrificed their lives in the attack
Adopted
Punjab 5 7 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
The resolution stated “International Day on Human Rights is celebrated on 10 December of each year to promote the fact that all human beings are equal irrespective of their religion, raced, complexion and gender.
Adopted
Punjab 5 2 Raja Yawar Kamal Khan, PTI
17% population of province of Punjab was deprived of toilet facility and the areas of Rajanpur, Muzaffargarh and Dera Ghazi Khan are at the top of the list where more than 40% population is without this facility, therefore, the Government should take immediate steps for the provision of facility of toilet across the Province especially in rural areas
Adopted
Punjab 5 2 Syeda Zahra Naqvi, PTI
Take immediate steps for providing job opportunities across the province to beggars roaming and begging in streets, at traffic signals and crossings
Deferred
Punjab 5 2 Sajid Ahmad Khan, PML
Praised Ch. Parvez Elahi, Speaker Punjab Assembly for holding Mehfil-e-Milad-e-Mustafa ﷺ in Assembly Secretariat for the first time in its 90 years history and expressed hope that this good practice would continue in future
Adopted
Punjab 5 2 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
demanding concrete and immediate steps to save people from hazardous effects of smog and also suggested to initiate/launch awareness campaign in this regard
Adopted
Punjab 5 2 Muhammad Nadeem Qureshi, PTI
Praised the Government for allocating Rs.21 billion for provision of potable water to public and demanded that all the related departments should ensure the utilization of allocated funds for the purpose during the current fiscal year so that its fruits can reach to the general public
Adopted
National 6 2 Shazia Marri, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to reduce paper usage gradually and replace it with electronic correspondence in order to combat the disastrous implications on climate change in the country
Not Taken Up
National 6 2 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore water of Sindh Province according to 1991 Water Accord
Not Taken Up
National 6 2 Choudhary Faqir Ahmad, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control unemployment in the country
Not Taken Up
National 6 2 Syed Sajid Mehdi, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control unemployment in the country
Not Taken Up
National 6 2 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide electricity to Chitral at lower prices as a royalty from Golen Gol power plant
Not Taken Up
National 6 2 Ch. Muhammad Shahbaz, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to end the increasing trend of fraud in banks
Not Taken Up
National 6 1 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
Today, on December 10, as we observe 70 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, this House re-affirms its commitment to the undeniable rights of every individual and urges upon the Government to ensure the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution of Pakistan. We should ensure freedom of speech including freedom of press. We believe, there is a dire need to reduce poverty and hunger in the country. Therefore, the state must ensure constitutional implementation of all obligations related to social and economic well-being of the people. All political parties of this august House resolve to work together for prosperity, interfaith harmony, minority rights, women empowerment, sustainable development and peace. We, both sides of the House, also resolve to strengthen democratic values, rule of law and human rights while reducing corruption, injustice and extremism in the country
Adopted
National 5 1 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
The National Assembly pays tributes to the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him)
Adopted
Sindh 3 8 Syed Abdul Rasheed, MMA
Establish rehabilitation centers for the drug addicts in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 8 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
Sindh Healthcare Commission to take notice of quackery throughout Province of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 8 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
Implement the Sindh Higher Education Commission Act XI of 2013 in letter and spirit
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 8 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
Traffic disruption created for the protocol of Chief Minister, Sindh, Ministers, Advisors and high ranking officers should be minimized
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 8 Rabia Azfar Nizami, PTI
Take steps for the merger of Higher Secondary Schools and Degree Colleges and implement the order of the High Court of Sindh C.P. No. 1817 of 2016 in this regard at the earliest
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 7 Syed Abdul Rasheed, MMA
Commemorating the upcoming birthday of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him)
Adopted
Sindh 3 7 Waseemuddin Qureshi, MQM
Paying tribute to the deceased Ameer Tableeghi Jamaat Haji Abdul Wahab
Adopted
Sindh 3 6 Liaquat Ali Askani, PPPP
Urging the Federal Government to permit deep-sea fishing aand hand over the fishing-related matters to the province of Sindh as it had become a provincial matter after enactment of the Constitution (Eighteenth Amendment) Act, 2010
Adopted
Sindh 3 5 Khawaja Izhar-ul-Hassan, MQM
Urging the Federal Government to accommodate the government employees affected by recent eviction drive in Karachi
Adopted
Sindh 3 5 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
Condemning the federal government decision to remove picture of Benazir Bhutto from the logo of Benazir Income Support Programme
Adopted
Sindh 3 3 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
Illegally and unconstitutionally appointed five Members of the Parliament may be removed from the‘Committee for the Welfare of Non-Muslims’of Sindh
Rejected
Sindh 3 3 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
This House resolves that the Government of Sindh to implement the Section 10 of the Sindh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2013 which says private schools to provide at least 10% free education to the disadvantaged children. Further, the Government should take action against those private schools which do not comply with the Section 10 of the said Act. The Government should take all possible measures for the implementation of the Sindh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2013 and provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of five to sixteen years
Adopted
Sindh 3 3 Syed Abdul Rasheed, MMA
Ban on construction of high rise buildings in Lyari, Karachi
Withdrawn
Sindh 3 3 Shahana Ashar, MQM
CCTV cameras to be installed in all the Police Stations of Sindh to track the FIR process and monitor the behavior of Police Personnel
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 3 Mst. Mangla Sharma, MQM
Implement the Resolution passed by this Assembly regarding declaration of Holiday on the occasions of Holi, Dewali and Easter as a Public Holiday in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 3 1 Nasir Hussain Shah Rizvi, PPPP
WHEREAS in order to maintain the unanimity on all religious occasions nationwide and to regulate the Ruet-e-Hilal arrangements, a law regulating the matters relating to Ruet-e-Hilal by Parliament; AND WHEREAS the proposed law falls within the provincial legislative field and the Parliament has no power to enact it unless one or more Provincial Assemblies pass Resolution to authorize the Parliament to enact such law under Article 144 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973; AND WHEREAS it is expedient in the Public interest to authorize the Parliament to enact the proposed law; NOW, THEREFORE, the Provincial Assembly of Sindh by this Resolution hereby authorizes the Parliament to enact a law regulating the matters relating to Ruet-e-Hilal by the Parliament
Adopted
Sindh 3 1 Syed Sardar Ali Shah, PPPP
This House pays tribute to Allama Muhammad Iqbal a great Poet, Philosopher, Muslim Reformer and Political Ideologist/ Activist on his Birth Anniversary. He dreamed of a separate homeland for Muslims which later become reality as Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 3 1 Syed Awais Qadir Shah, PPPP
This House pays tribute to Allama Muhammad Iqbal a great Poet, Philosopher, Muslim Reformer and Political Ideologist/ Activist on his Birth Anniversary. He dreamed of a separate homeland for Muslims which later become reality as Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 3 1 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This House pays tribute to Allama Muhammad Iqbal a great Poet, Philosopher, Muslim Reformer and Political Ideologist/ Activist on his Birth Anniversary. He dreamed of a separate homeland for Muslims which later become reality as Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 3 1 Syed Zulfiqar Ali Shah, PPPP
This House pays tribute to Allama Muhammad Iqbal a great Poet, Philosopher, Muslim Reformer and Political Ideologist/ Activist on his Birth Anniversary. He dreamed of a separate homeland for Muslims which later become reality as Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 3 1 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
This House pays tribute to Allama Muhammad Iqbal a great Poet, Philosopher, Muslim Reformer and Political Ideologist/ Activist on his Birth Anniversary. He dreamed of a separate homeland for Muslims which later become reality as Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 3 1 Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, PPPP
This House pays tribute to Allama Muhammad Iqbal a great Poet, Philosopher, Muslim Reformer and Political Ideologist/ Activist on his Birth Anniversary. He dreamed of a separate homeland for Muslims which later become reality as Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Adopted
Sindh 3 1 Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran, PPPP
This House pays tribute to Allama Muhammad Iqbal a great Poet, Philosopher, Muslim Reformer and Political Ideologist/ Activist on his Birth Anniversary. He dreamed of a separate homeland for Muslims which later become reality as Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Adopted
Punjab 4 1 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
Condemning the assassination of Maulana Sami-ul-Haq, chief of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Sami (JUI-S). The incident had deprived the country of a renowned religious scholar, a credible political leader and a sagacious figure. The religious and political services of Maulana Sami ul Haq will always be remembered. The House also expresses condolences with the family of the deceased and assures that exemplary punishment will be awarded to the killers
Adopted
National 4 7 Uzma Riaz, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to replace the poor transmission system of electricity in District Abbottabad
Not Taken Up
National 4 7 Ali Zahid, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to release funds for construction of Pasrur-Sialkot Road, approved by the previous Government
Not Taken Up
National 4 7 Sher Akbar Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to make arrangement for supply of Sui gas to District Buner
Not Taken Up
National 4 7 Muhammad Sana Ullah Khan Masti Khel, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to constitute a Parliamentary Commission to examine the causes of irreparable loss in mega projects during the last 10 years resulting into current financial crunch
Not Taken Up
National 4 7 Naveed Aamir, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps for complete implementation on the quota reserved for non-muslims in government institutions
Not Taken Up
National 4 7 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
یہ ایوان موالنا سمیع الحق کی اندوہناک اور سفاکانہ قتل کی پر زور مذمت کرتا ہے کیونکہ وہ ایک منجھے ہو پارلیمنٹیرین بزرگ سیاستدان کے عالوہ ایک جید عالم دین تھے۔ علماء کرام کی مسلسل شہادتوں سے ملک و قوم کو ناقابل تالفی نقصان پہنچایا گیا۔ کیونکہ ایسی عظیم ہستیاں صدیوں میں پیدا ہوتی ہیں۔ ان علماء کے قاتلوں کی نشاندہی نہ ہونا بھی افسوسناک ہے۔ موالنا سمیع الحق صاحب کی شہادت سے پورا ملک سوگوار ہے۔ یہ ایوان ملک و قوم کی دینی اور سیاسی خدمات پر موالنا سمیع الحق شہید کو خراج عقیدت پیش کرتا ہے اور حکومت سے مطالبہ کرتا ہے کہ قاتلوں، ملوث افراد اور سازش کو بے نقاب کرے اور ایسے مزید سانحات سے بچنے کے لیے تمام قائدین کو فول پروف سیکورٹی دی جائے
Adopted
National 4 5 Nisar Ahmad Cheema, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 9th November, the birthday of Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal, as public holiday
Not Taken Up
National 4 5 Ahmad Hussain, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to control unemployment in the country
Not Taken Up
National 4 5 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to abolish the system of interest in the country
Not Taken Up
National 4 5 Makhdoom Syed Sami-ul-Hassan Gillani, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to promote religious harmony in the country
Not Taken Up
National 4 5 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Federal Government should take steps to establish Liver Transplantation Centers in big cities of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 4 5 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Federal Government should take steps to establish Liver Transplantation Centers in big cities of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 4 5 Dr. Shazia Sobia, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Federal Government should take steps to establish Liver Transplantation Centers in big cities of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 4 5 Shamas-un-Nisa, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Federal Government should take steps to establish Liver Transplantation Centers in big cities of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 4 5 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Federal Government should take steps to establish Liver Transplantation Centers in big cities of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 4 1 Ali Amin Khan, PTI
 This House commemorating the Black Day of Indian occupation of Jammu and Kashmir on 27th October, 1947, condemns the unabated state terrorism by the Indian forces and blatant violation of international laws in Indian Occupied Kashmir.  This House strongly condemns the killing of more than 90 thousand innocent Kashmiris (who are martyred) in Indian Occupied Kashmir by Indian occupying forces.  This House rejects the conduct of sham elections in Indian Occupied Kashmir by the Indian government, the failure of which speaks volumes about the alienation of the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir from the illegal Indian rule.  This House urges the international community for the expedited formation of the Commission of Inquiry to investigate the gross human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir, as recommended by the office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.  This House reaffirms its solidarity and commitment to the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir in their just struggle for their rights to self determination and reiterates its continuing political, moral and diplomatic support for this just struggle in line with the United Nations Security Council resolutions.
Adopted
Punjab 3 4 Zaheer Ud Din, PTI
Condemning a statement uttered by Mr. Nehal Hashmi of PML (N) against Pakistan Army thus, following the footsteps of his leader ignoring their sacrifices and had tried to make the role of Army controversial. The whole nation was proud of its Army, due to whose presence they were living a peaceful life. The House assured full support to its army and other security agencies. The statement of Mr. Nehal Hashmi had badly hurt the feelings of people hence, recommended to lodge treason case against him to be a lesson for others
Adopted
Punjab 1 3 Ammar Yasir, PML
The House strongly condemn an exhibition announced by Netherland politician Geert Wilders based on derogatory content against our last Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, thus hurting the emotions and feelings of Muslims. This announcement is undoubtedly a conspiracy against world peace. In Pakistan every person is protesting against this act of disregarding prophethood of Muhammad ﷺ. The resolution demands a strict action against this Holland based politician Geert Wilders for promoting profane sketches of Muhammad ﷺ and demanded the federal government to end diplomatic ties with Holland and also persuade the Muslim world to do the same. The resolution also demands to compel the government of Holland to initiate a case against the politician and penalize him for disturbing the world peace
Adopted
Senate 279 5 Samina Saeed, PTI
The House recommends that the Cricket Stadium, functioning under the administrative control of the Pakistan Cricket Board, in Abbotabad be up graded to international standards so that international matches could be played therein
Not Taken Up
Senate 279 5 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI-F
This House recommends that the Government should take appropriate steps for early completion of the work of widening and making signal free the remaining portion of Islamabad highway to resolve the issue of traffic jams on the same
Not Taken Up
Senate 279 5 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
This House recommends that the newly constructed Islamabad International Airport should continue to be named as "Benazir Bhutto International Airport"
Not Taken Up
Senate 279 5 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to implement the minimum wages, announced for labourers / workers in the Budget, 2018-19, in letter and spirit
Not Taken Up
Senate 279 5 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to implement the minimum wages, announced for labourers / workers in the Budget, 2018-19, in letter and spirit
Not Taken Up
Senate 279 5 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take concrete steps for plantation of 10 million trees every year in and around Islamabad Capital Territory for the next five years
Not Taken Up
Senate 279 5 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The House condemns the terrorist attack in Mastung, Balochistan on July 13 which resulted the death of around 150 citizens and injuries to several others
Adopted
Senate 279 2 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
This House condemns the killing of Barrister Haroon Bilour and other ANP workers in a suicide attack in Peshawar
Adopted
Senate 279 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House recommends that Government should take necessary steps to abolish Riba at the earliest and at least 30% of all new Government debts should be replaced with shariah compliant mode
Adopted
Senate 279 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to improve the performance of Pakistan’s embassies and missions abroad and to introduce and implement austerity measures in their expenses
Deferred
Senate 279 1 Hillal ur Rehman, IND
This House recommends that the recruitment process against the recently advertised posts in different projects under the FATA Secretariat, FATA Development Authority and FATA Disaster Management Authority, should be stopped
Dropped
Senate 279 1 Sajjad Hussain Turi, IND
This House recommends that the recruitment process against the recently advertised posts in different projects under the FATA Secretariat, FATA Development Authority and FATA Disaster Management Authority, should be stopped
Dropped
Senate 279 1 Haji Momin Khan Afridi, IND
This House recommends that the recruitment process against the recently advertised posts in different projects under the FATA Secretariat, FATA Development Authority and FATA Disaster Management Authority, should be stopped
Dropped
Senate 279 1 Hidayat ullah, IND
This House recommends that the recruitment process against the recently advertised posts in different projects under the FATA Secretariat, FATA Development Authority and FATA Disaster Management Authority, should be stopped
Dropped
Senate 279 1 Aurangzeb Khan, IND
This House recommends that the recruitment process against the recently advertised posts in different projects under the FATA Secretariat, FATA Development Authority and FATA Disaster Management Authority, should be stopped
Dropped
Senate 279 1 Mian Raza Rabbani, PPPP
This House recommends that the newly constructed Islamabad International Airport should continue to be named as "Benazir Bhutto International Airport"
Deferred
National 2 9 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, PML-N
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Imran Khan, PTI
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Shehryar Afridi, PTI
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, PTI
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Murad Saeed, PTI
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, PTI
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Farrukh Habib, PTI
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, PPPP
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 9 Asad Mehmood, MMA
The House is in the Opinion that National Anthem should be played on the Commencement of each Sitting of the National Assembly
Adopted
National 2 7 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, PML-N
This House strongly condemns the Indian military's attack on a civilian helicopter carrying Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Adopted
National 2 7 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the Indian military's attack on a civilian helicopter carrying Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Adopted
National 2 7 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This House strongly condemns the Indian military's attack on a civilian helicopter carrying Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Adopted
National 2 7 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the Indian military's attack on a civilian helicopter carrying Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Adopted
National 2 7 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the Indian military's attack on a civilian helicopter carrying Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Adopted
National 2 7 Asad Mehmood, MMA
This House strongly condemns the Indian military's attack on a civilian helicopter carrying Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Adopted
National 2 7 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
This House strongly condemns the Indian military's attack on a civilian helicopter carrying Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Adopted
National 2 7 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
This House strongly condemns the Indian military's attack on a civilian helicopter carrying Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Adopted
National 2 7 Hina Rabbani Khar, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the Indian military's attack on a civilian helicopter carrying Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Adopted
National 2 7 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
This House strongly condemns the Indian military's attack on a civilian helicopter carrying Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Adopted
National 2 3 Fawad Ahmed, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018 (No. IX of 2018) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f 4th October, 2018 under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Adopted
National 2 2 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
“That in order to promote friendly relations between Parliamentarians of Pakistan and elected representatives of the fraternity of democratic Governments, this House resolves to establish Parliamentary Friendship Groups with ninety-one (91) countries which are at Annexure-A. This House also authorizes Honourable Speaker to constitute such Groups with other countries, as and when required.”
Adopted
National 2 1 Shaikh Rohale Asghar, 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 2 1 Makhdoom Syed Sami-ul-Hassan Gillani, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to construct new dams in the country
Adopted
National 2 1 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to set up filtration plants for providing clean drinking water in all the universities
Adopted
National 2 1 Nausheen Hamid, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should initiate awareness programmes on media regarding anti-papilloma virus in the girls below the age of thirteen years likely to be transmitted to others
Not Taken Up
National 2 1 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 53 1 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
Demanding the Federal Government to issue blue passports to its lawmakers for lifetime
Adopted
Balochistan 53 1 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
Demanding the Federal Government to issue blue passports to its lawmakers for lifetime
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Bahadur Khan Dahri, PPPP
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Zia ul Hassan, PPPP
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Manzoor Hussain Wassan, PPPP
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Shahid Abdul Salam Taheem, PPPP
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Hargun Das Ahuja, MQM
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Muhammad Sajid Jokhio, PPPP
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Shehnaz Begum, PPPP
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Samar Ali Khan, PTI
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi, MQM
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Nand Kumar, PML-F
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Saira Shahliani, PPPP
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Khairunisa Mughal, PPPP
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Kamran Akhtar, MQM
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Muhammad Rashid Khilji, MQM
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Irum Azeem Farooque, MQM
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Soorath Thebo, PML-N
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Heer Soho, MQM
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
Sindh 40 12 Mir Nadir Ali Khan Magsi, PPPP
This House condemns the cruel act on the part of Sindh Building Control Authority regarding termination/ removal from services of the employees who were appointed between 2011-2015 and were regularized after completion of their probationary period and satisfaction of the administration of the department followed by verification of credentials/ degrees. Such an act will not only increase unemployment in the Province but also hurt the trust upon public functionaries and Government of Sindh. The Secretary to Government of Sindh, Local Government Department shall restrain to remove the confirmed employees of SBCA and other employees of Sindh Government Departments & the all cases of deputed employees shall be referred to Ministerial Committee (Headed by the Minister for Law and the Minister for Local Government) for further verification of legalities & Testimonial.
Adopted
National 56 21 Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, MQM
This House recommends that the book titled “Seerat Khairul Bashar” based on the Holy life of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) written by Mr. Rauf Siddiqui, member of Sindh Assembly should be included in the syllabus of all colleges and universities of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 56 21 Marriyum Aurangzeb, PML-N
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Farhana Qamar, PML-N
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Nafeesa Inayatullah Khan Khattak, PTI
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Shaheen Shafiq, PML-N
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Muhammad Khan Daha, PML-N
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Aisha Syed, JI
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Zahra Wadood Fatemi, PML-N
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Shehryar Afridi, PTI
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli, PML-N
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Kiran Imran, PML-N
The House congratulates the Honouralbe Speaker and Honourable Parliamentarians on their initiative of establishing the Parliamentary Task Force on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Adopted
National 56 21 Malik Ibrar Ahmed, PML-N
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Muhammad Jamal Ud Din, JUI
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Asiya Naz Tanoli, PML-N
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Shamas-un-Nisa, PPPP
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Dr. Shazia Sobia, PPPP
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Ghulam Sarwar Khan, PTI
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Abdul Rashid Godil, MQM
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Ch. Tariq Bashir Cheema, PML
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Bismillah Khan, IND
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 21 Nasir Khan, IND
The National Assembly unanimously demands to celebrate 15th of Ramzan as Orphan Day
Adopted
National 56 18 Surriya Asghar, PML-N
The House condemns and protests the cross border firing by Indian Army
Adopted
National 56 18 Shahida Akhtar Ali, JUI
The House condemns and protests the cross border firing by Indian Army
Adopted
National 56 18 Aisha Syed, JI
The House condemns and protests the cross border firing by Indian Army
Adopted
National 56 18 Dr. Shazia Sobia, PPPP
The House condemns and protests the cross border firing by Indian Army
Adopted
National 56 18 Munaza Hassan, PTI
The House condemns and protests the cross border firing by Indian Army
Adopted
National 56 18 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, JUI
The House condemns and protests the cross border firing by Indian Army
Adopted
National 56 18 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
The House condemns and protests the cross border firing by Indian Army
Adopted
National 56 18 Shazia Marri, PPPP
The National Assembly expresses its dismay over the tragic shooting incident in USA
Adopted
National 56 18 Sheikh Aftab Ahmed, PML-N
The National Assembly expresses its dismay over the tragic shooting incident in USA
Adopted
National 56 18 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The National Assembly expresses its dismay over the tragic shooting incident in USA
Adopted
National 56 18 Dr. Azra Fazal Pecheho, PPPP
The National Assembly expresses its dismay over the tragic shooting incident in USA
Adopted
National 56 18 Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The National Assembly expresses its dismay over the tragic shooting incident in USA
Adopted
National 56 18 Shah Jee Gul Afridi, IND
The National Assembly expresses its dismay over the tragic shooting incident in USA
Adopted
National 56 18 S. A. Iqbal Qadri, MQM
The National Assembly expresses its dismay over the tragic shooting incident in USA
Adopted
National 56 16 Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, MQM
This House recommends that the book titled “Seerat Khairul Bashar” based on the Holy life of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) written by Mr. Rauf Siddiqui, member of Sindh Assembly should be included in the syllabus of all colleges and universities of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Sindh 40 6 Nand Kumar, PML-F
Despite protests by the Muslim Community all over the world, the US Embassy was opened at Jerusalem on 14th May 2018, the day when 70 years ago, Israel with the connivance of UK, illegally and forcibly occupied the Palestinians land. The inauguration of the Embassy at Baitul Muqaddus was protested by the unarmed Palestinians, when the Israeli force not only teargased but opened fire that killed 55 including six boys below 16 years of age and injured 2400 Palestinians. The dastardly Israeli attack on unarmed and innocent Muslims of Palestine is condemned by the House and demand United Nations intervention to save the sacred city from falling into the hands of the brute enemies of Muslims.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Muhammad Shaharyar Khan Mahar, PML-F
Despite protests by the Muslim Community all over the world, the US Embassy was opened at Jerusalem on 14th May 2018, the day when 70 years ago, Israel with the connivance of UK, illegally and forcibly occupied the Palestinians land. The inauguration of the Embassy at Baitul Muqaddus was protested by the unarmed Palestinians, when the Israeli force not only teargased but opened fire that killed 55 including six boys below 16 years of age and injured 2400 Palestinians. The dastardly Israeli attack on unarmed and innocent Muslims of Palestine is condemned by the House and demand United Nations intervention to save the sacred city from falling into the hands of the brute enemies of Muslims.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Rana Ansar, MQM
Despite protests by the Muslim Community all over the world, the US Embassy was opened at Jerusalem on 14th May 2018, the day when 70 years ago, Israel with the connivance of UK, illegally and forcibly occupied the Palestinians land. The inauguration of the Embassy at Baitul Muqaddus was protested by the unarmed Palestinians, when the Israeli force not only teargased but opened fire that killed 55 including six boys below 16 years of age and injured 2400 Palestinians. The dastardly Israeli attack on unarmed and innocent Muslims of Palestine is condemned by the House and demand United Nations intervention to save the sacred city from falling into the hands of the brute enemies of Muslims.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Syed Amir Hyder Shah Sheerazi, PML-N
Despite protests by the Muslim Community all over the world, the US Embassy was opened at Jerusalem on 14th May 2018, the day when 70 years ago, Israel with the connivance of UK, illegally and forcibly occupied the Palestinians land. The inauguration of the Embassy at Baitul Muqaddus was protested by the unarmed Palestinians, when the Israeli force not only teargased but opened fire that killed 55 including six boys below 16 years of age and injured 2400 Palestinians. The dastardly Israeli attack on unarmed and innocent Muslims of Palestine is condemned by the House and demand United Nations intervention to save the sacred city from falling into the hands of the brute enemies of Muslims.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
Despite protests by the Muslim Community all over the world, the US Embassy was opened at Jerusalem on 14th May 2018, the day when 70 years ago, Israel with the connivance of UK, illegally and forcibly occupied the Palestinians land. The inauguration of the Embassy at Baitul Muqaddus was protested by the unarmed Palestinians, when the Israeli force not only teargased but opened fire that killed 55 including six boys below 16 years of age and injured 2400 Palestinians. The dastardly Israeli attack on unarmed and innocent Muslims of Palestine is condemned by the House and demand United Nations intervention to save the sacred city from falling into the hands of the brute enemies of Muslims.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Sheeraz Waheed, MQM
Despite protests by the Muslim Community all over the world, the US Embassy was opened at Jerusalem on 14th May 2018, the day when 70 years ago, Israel with the connivance of UK, illegally and forcibly occupied the Palestinians land. The inauguration of the Embassy at Baitul Muqaddus was protested by the unarmed Palestinians, when the Israeli force not only teargased but opened fire that killed 55 including six boys below 16 years of age and injured 2400 Palestinians. The dastardly Israeli attack on unarmed and innocent Muslims of Palestine is condemned by the House and demand United Nations intervention to save the sacred city from falling into the hands of the brute enemies of Muslims.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Syed Nadeem Razi, MQM
Despite protests by the Muslim Community all over the world, the US Embassy was opened at Jerusalem on 14th May 2018, the day when 70 years ago, Israel with the connivance of UK, illegally and forcibly occupied the Palestinians land. The inauguration of the Embassy at Baitul Muqaddus was protested by the unarmed Palestinians, when the Israeli force not only teargased but opened fire that killed 55 including six boys below 16 years of age and injured 2400 Palestinians. The dastardly Israeli attack on unarmed and innocent Muslims of Palestine is condemned by the House and demand United Nations intervention to save the sacred city from falling into the hands of the brute enemies of Muslims.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Muhammad Dilawar, MQM
Despite protests by the Muslim Community all over the world, the US Embassy was opened at Jerusalem on 14th May 2018, the day when 70 years ago, Israel with the connivance of UK, illegally and forcibly occupied the Palestinians land. The inauguration of the Embassy at Baitul Muqaddus was protested by the unarmed Palestinians, when the Israeli force not only teargased but opened fire that killed 55 including six boys below 16 years of age and injured 2400 Palestinians. The dastardly Israeli attack on unarmed and innocent Muslims of Palestine is condemned by the House and demand United Nations intervention to save the sacred city from falling into the hands of the brute enemies of Muslims.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Samar Ali Khan, PTI
Despite protests by the Muslim Community all over the world, the US Embassy was opened at Jerusalem on 14th May 2018, the day when 70 years ago, Israel with the connivance of UK, illegally and forcibly occupied the Palestinians land. The inauguration of the Embassy at Baitul Muqaddus was protested by the unarmed Palestinians, when the Israeli force not only teargased but opened fire that killed 55 including six boys below 16 years of age and injured 2400 Palestinians. The dastardly Israeli attack on unarmed and innocent Muslims of Palestine is condemned by the House and demand United Nations intervention to save the sacred city from falling into the hands of the brute enemies of Muslims.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Waryyam Faqir, PML-F
Despite protests by the Muslim Community all over the world, the US Embassy was opened at Jerusalem on 14th May 2018, the day when 70 years ago, Israel with the connivance of UK, illegally and forcibly occupied the Palestinians land. The inauguration of the Embassy at Baitul Muqaddus was protested by the unarmed Palestinians, when the Israeli force not only teargased but opened fire that killed 55 including six boys below 16 years of age and injured 2400 Palestinians. The dastardly Israeli attack on unarmed and innocent Muslims of Palestine is condemned by the House and demand United Nations intervention to save the sacred city from falling into the hands of the brute enemies of Muslims.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Nand Kumar, PML-F
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar, PPPP
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Shafi Mohammed Jamote, PML-N
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Irum Azeem Farooque, MQM
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Arif Masih Bhatti, MQM
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Dewan Chand Chawla, MQM
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Muhammad Dilawar, MQM
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 6 Dr. Khatu Mal Jeewan, PPPP
This House condemns murder of two individuals belonging to Hindu community in Hub, Baluchistan. Murder of Jepal and his son Darshan Lal indicate the level of security threats faced by minorities in Baluchistan. Recently, there has been an increase in number of violent attacks on Hindu community in Baluchistan. This House urges the Government of Baluchistan to investigate incidents of violence against Hindu community. Further, it should take necessary actions against perpetrators of these crimes and provide security to Hindu community in the Province.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Zia ul Hassan, PPPP
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Muhammad Shaharyar Khan Mahar, PML-F
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Muhammad Dilawar, MQM
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Syed Nadeem Razi, MQM
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Irum Azeem Farooque, MQM
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Nand Kumar, PML-F
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Sindh 40 3 Samar Ali Khan, PTI
The remarks made by Mian Nawaz Sharif relating to the Mumbai attack has not only hurt the feelings of Pakistani people who have been struggling to curb the acts of terrorism but also violated the provisions of his oath which he took under Article 91(5) of the Constitution. By his irresponsible act and mis-statement he has caused great harm to the sovereignty, integrity and solidarity of Pakistan. Hence, this House condemns the behavior and attitude of Mian Nawaz Sharif who owes an apology to the Nation.
Adopted
Punjab 36 4 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house expressed satisfaction that Assemblies in Pakistan are completing their constitutional term and that five years performance of the Punjab Government was much better as compared to other provinces due to honest, hardworking and sincere leadership of Chief Minister Punjab, Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif. It stated that the Punjab Assembly passed record 191 laws among its sister Assemblies in Pakistan. The resolution further added that the credit of remarkable performance of Punjab Assembly goes to leader of the House and his Cabinet as well as to Speaker and Deputy Speaker of Punjab Assembly, Leader of the Opposition and all the Members of Assembly. It reposed confidence into the leadership of Mian Nawaz Sharif and Mian Shahbaz Sharif, vowing that the PML-N will continue its public service agenda in future. The resolution condemned and rejected those lobbies trying to make recent statements of beloved leader Mian Nawaz Sharif as controversial for being fearful of his popularity and appreciated him for being patriotic, creator of nuclear Pakistan, strengthening Pakistan economically and founder of CPEC project. The resolution asserted to hold free and fair elections in time in 2018 and demanded Election Commission of Pakistan and related institutions to play their complete role so that Pakistan should progress as democratic country
Adopted
Punjab 36 4 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This house paid tributes to Col. Sohail Abid and Head Constable Sanaullah of Military Intelligence embraced martyrdom in a terrorist attack in Balochistan on 16 May, 2018, during an operation in Quetta in which two terrorists were killed. Through this resolution he prayed for the departed souls to rest in eternal peace and condoled with their families and early recovery of three, injured in this attack. The resolution continued that forces should achieve success against those involved in such terrorist attacks and also against those who facilitate such incidents and bring them to justice
Adopted
National 56 11 Muhammad Safdar, PML-N
The Provincial Government should pay funds to the people to construct an Airport in the region
Adopted
National 56 11 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
National 56 11 Abdul Qadir Baloch, PML-N
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
National 56 11 Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, QWP
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
National 56 11 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
National 56 11 Abdul Qahar Khan Wadan, PKMAP
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
National 56 11 Mehboob Alam, MQM
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
National 56 11 Mir Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani, PPPP
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
National 56 11 Shah Jee Gul Afridi, IND
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
National 56 11 Iftikhar Ud Din, APML
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
National 56 11 Muhammad Ijaz-Ul-Haq, PML-Z
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
National 56 11 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
he National Assembly condemns the unleashing of state terrorism by Israel against Palestinian Protesters
Adopted
Senate 276 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the provision of development funds to Parliamentarians should be stopped immediately as the same is against the spirit of good governance and democratic norms
Rejected
National 56 9 Sheikh Aftab Ahmed, PML-N
The National Assembly approves the formation of "Former Parliamentarian Forum"
Adopted
National 56 6 Dr. Tariq Fazal Ch., PML-N
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Capital Development Authority (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018 (No. I of 2018) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f 10th May, 2018 under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Adopted
National 56 3 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Hamid Ul Haq, PTI
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Zahra Wadood Fatemi, PML-N
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, IND
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Agha Muhammad, JUI
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Khalil George, PML-N
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli, PML-N
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Amra Khan, PML-N
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Dr. Muhammad Azhar Khan Jadoon, PTI
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Saman Sultana Jafri, MQM
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Rana Shamim Ahmed Khan, PML-N
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Mir Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani, PPPP
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Khawaja Sohail Mansoor, MQM
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Qamar Ud Din, JUI
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Muhammad Safdar, PML-N
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Nazir Ahmed Bughio, PPPP
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Usman Khan Tarrakai, AJIP
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 3 Arbab Amir Ayub, PTI
Resolution regarding changing in name of Physics Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad
Adopted
National 56 2 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The House unanimously condemns the abusive language against PTI Women
Adopted
National 56 2 Iftikhar Ud Din, APML
The House unanimously condemns the abusive language against PTI Women
Adopted
National 56 2 Shah Jee Gul Afridi, IND
The House unanimously condemns the abusive language against PTI Women
Adopted
National 56 2 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
The House unanimously condemns the abusive language against PTI Women
Adopted
National 56 2 Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, PTI
The House unanimously condemns the abusive language against PTI Women
Adopted
National 56 2 Dr. Fehmida Mirza, PPPP
The House unanimously condemns the abusive language against PTI Women
Adopted
National 56 2 Aisha Syed, JI
The House unanimously condemns the abusive language against PTI Women
Adopted
National 56 2 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
The House unanimously condemns the abusive language against PTI Women
Adopted
National 56 2 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The House unanimously condemns the abusive language against PTI Women
Adopted
National 56 2 Shahida Akhtar Ali, JUI
The House unanimously condemns the abusive language against PTI Women
Adopted
Punjab 35 4 Ch. Aamir Sultan Cheema, PML
Request to construct a Cricket Ground in Lahore
Not Taken Up
Punjab 35 4 Asif Mehmood, PTI
Shortage of clean drinking water in Rawalpindi and Chaklala Cantonment board
Not Taken Up
Punjab 35 4 Nausheen Hamid, PTI
maintenance of roads effected during Safe City Project
Not Taken Up
Punjab 35 4 Saadia Sohail Rana, PTI
Take steps to control irregularities occurred during metric and intermediate exams
Not Taken Up
Punjab 35 4 Malik Taimoor Masood, PTI
Install CCTVs in Public places under safe city project
Not Taken Up
Sindh 39 11 Syed Nadeem Razi, MQM
Take steps to clean the rain drains (Nallas) before Monsoon rains
Not Taken Up
Sindh 39 11 Sumeta Afzal Syed, MQM
Condemn the brutal incident of rape and murder of five year old Rabia in Manghopir, Karachi
Not Taken Up
Sindh 39 11 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
Irregularities/ violations of all the departments of the Sindh Government, as reported in the Auditor General of Pakistan’s Reports
Not Taken Up
Sindh 39 11 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
To stop Admission on Self Finance Basis in all the Public Sector Universities in the Province to accommodate the talented and poor students to have admission in the Public Sector Universities
Not Taken Up
Sindh 39 11 Irum Azeem Farooque, MQM
Take steps to revive NCC Training in Colleges in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 39 11 Heer Soho, MQM
Recommending the Sindh Government to approach the Federal Government for reduction in National Identity Cards (NIC) charges
Adopted
Sindh 39 9 Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM
The education department should include the book in syllabus written by Rauf Siddiqui (MQM) on the life of Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him)
Adopted
Sindh 39 6 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
To take notice of violation of the Citizenship Act by NADRA Authorities and issuance of CNIC to illegal immigrants in the Country
Adopted
Sindh 39 6 Saira Shahliani, PPPP
To design mega plan for at least one selected Public Sector University in order to include it among top 50 Universities of the World in next five years
Adopted
Sindh 39 6 Rana Ansar, MQM
To issue directions to all Public Sector Universities of the Province that Orphan students should be exempted from Tuition, Registration, Examination and the Hostel fees
Withdrawn
Sindh 39 6 Syed Muhammad Qamar Abbas Rizvi, MQM
Action be taken against vehicles with tinted glasses
Adopted
Sindh 39 6 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
Ongoing load-shedding crisis occurring in Karachi
Adopted
Sindh 39 2 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
To install signboards in three languages i-e English, Urdu and Sindhi for guidance of routes in the Province
Adopted
Sindh 39 2 Naheed Begum, MQM
To fulfill PFUJ legal demand to provide Service Structure, Job Security, Life and Health Insurance, Gratuity, Provident Fund and salary increase criterion by the Federal Government for the electronic & print media workers
Adopted
Sindh 39 2 Naila Munir, MQM
To stop announced and un-announced load-shedding of 12 to 18 hours in the Province
Adopted
Sindh 39 2 Syed Muhammad Qamar Abbas Rizvi, MQM
The event of Jashan-e-Milad-un-Nabi (S.A.A.W.W) and Shahadat Imam Hussain (A.S) conference may be held under the patronage of Sindh Assembly every year
Not Taken Up
Sindh 39 2 Dr. Zafar Ahmed Khan Kamali, MQM
The Campus of University of Sindh in Mirpurkhas be upgraded and given status of a Public University
Not Taken Up
Sindh 39 2 Nawab Ghaibi Sardar Khan Chandio, PPPP
Concerns over the Baluchistan’s claim on Sindh land
Adopted
Sindh 39 1 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
Recommending the IRSA to play its due role in controlling land erosion in Sindh
Adopted
National 55 4 Parveen Masood Bhatti, 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
Not Taken Up
National 55 4 Mrs. Belum Hasnain, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control unemployment in the country
Not Taken Up
National 55 4 Aisha Syed, 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 55 4 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take measures to introduce Life Skill Based Education in the Islamabad Capital Territory and make it a part of curriculum
Not Taken Up
National 55 4 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to complete the on-going Hydropower generation projects in the country as soon as possible
Not Taken Up
National 55 2 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The National Assembly of Pakistan strongly condemns the recent atrocities perpetrated on innocent Kashmiris by Indian Security Forces in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir
Adopted
National 55 1 Parveen Masood Bhatti, 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
Not Taken Up
National 55 1 Mrs. Belum Hasnain, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control unemployment in the country
Not Taken Up
National 55 1 Aisha Syed, 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 55 1 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take measures to introduce Life Skill Based Education in the Islamabad Capital Territory and make it a part of curriculum
Not Taken Up
National 55 1 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to complete the on-going Hydropower generation projects in the country as soon as possible
Not Taken Up
National 55 1 Shazia Marri, PPPP
The House is deeply grieved over the demise of Veteran law maker, committed Political Worker and colleaque Muhammad Ayaz Soomro
Adopted
Punjab 34 26 Sheikh Ijaz Ahmad, PML-N
This House recommending that the DJ Nights are held in the educational institutions across the province is a conspiracy to promote western culture. Such activities are leading our students to become astray and openly violating our eastern culture and ideology of Pakistan. Heads/Principals of these institutions are silent on such activities, which is question mark and demanded to permanently put ban on such functions to save young generation from moral degradation
Adopted
Punjab 34 26 Syed Abdul Aleem, PML-N
This House recommending that it is a practice of respectful nations to never compromise on their self esteem. All the nations have right to freely undertake their business however, no foreigner can be allowed to have ownership rights on the land of Punjab. Therefore, it is necessary to legislate not to give ownership rights of land in Punjab to any person, company or a foreigner
Pending
Punjab 34 26 Nausheen Hamid, PTI
This House demanding effective legislation to check and prevent torture/corporal punishment given to the students especially disabled in the educational institutions
Adopted
Punjab 34 26 Raheela Naeem Alias Raheela Khadim Hussain, PML-N
This House demanding to continue this year the practice of celebrating Mela Jashn-e- Baharan in Race Course Park
Pending
Punjab 34 26 Muhammad Sibtain Khan, PTI
This House demanding to install water filtrations in main water pipelines in every colony to save public from harmful diseases
Pending
Punjab 34 22 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
This House demanding to construct big water reservoirs according to feasibility to cope with the water crises
Adopted
Punjab 34 22 Fatima Fareeha, PML-N
This House recommending to increase female rescue workers in Punjab Emergency Service
Disposed off
Punjab 34 22 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
This House demanding to give status of medical university to Quaid-e-Azam medical college like others medicals colleges
Pending
Punjab 34 22 Nabeela Hakim Ali Khan, PTI
This House demanding to give ownership rights as per policy to the residents of LDA declared Katchi Abadis as soon as possible
Adopted
Punjab 34 21 Asif Mehmood, PTI
This House of Punjab Assembly condemns the killing of civilians in Syria and endorses the resolution passed by UNO demanding immediate cease-fire killed and injured hundreds of innocent people. This genocide falls not only in crimes of war but also crimes against humanity. This House urges the Federal Government to take up the issue with the United Nations, other human rights and Muslim countries organizations to take immediate measures to stop genocide in Syria
Adopted
Punjab 34 19 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This House of Punjab Assembly expresses deep concern over all the actions of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) which are in violation of basic human rights and against human esteem. The Constitution of Pakistan declares and guarantees human respect. The harassment of senior officers by NAB during their custody and their humiliation by releasing their objectionable pictures on media are its illegal and immoral actions. This House demands that all institutions including NAB should respect human rights, moral values as well as the Constitution of Pakistan. In this regard, this House urges the Federal Government to take measures for bringing this issue before the Parliament for discussion. Moreover, the National Accountability Bureau Ordinance 1999 should be amended in such a way to keep a check on the misuse of powers and the provision of plea-bargaining should be deleted as it was doing nothing except giving a safe passage to the corrupt
Adopted
Punjab 34 18 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
This House demanding to construct big water reservoirs according to feasibility to cope with the water crises
Not Taken Up
Punjab 34 18 Fatima Fareeha, PML-N
This House recommending to increase female rescue workers in Punjab Emergency Service
Not Taken Up
Punjab 34 18 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
This House demanding to give status of medical university to Quaid-e-Azam medical college like others medicals colleges
Not Taken Up
Punjab 34 18 Nabeela Hakim Ali Khan, PTI
This House demanding to give ownership rights as per policy to the residents of LDA declared Katchi Abadis as soon as possible
Not Taken Up
National 54 3 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to alleviate poverty in the county
Not Taken Up
National 54 3 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide clean drinking water in Federal Capital
Not Taken Up
National 54 3 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide clean drinking water in Federal Capital
Not Taken Up
National 54 3 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide clean drinking water in Federal Capital
Not Taken Up
National 54 3 Khalida Mansoor, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to develop new residential projects in the Federal Capital for Government employees
Not Taken Up
National 54 3 Asad Umar, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide Sui Gas connections to rural areas of Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 54 3 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take measures to introduce Life Skill Based Education in Islamabad Capital Territory and include it in curriculum
Not Taken Up
Sindh 38 12 Syed Sardar Ali Shah, PPPP
Condoling the death of poet writer Syed Muhammad Ali Shah
Adopted
Sindh 38 10 Saira Shahliani, PPPP
Pay tribute to women on the eve of world women’s day
Adopted
Sindh 38 10 Nusrat Sultana, PPPP
Pay tribute to women on the eve of world women’s day
Adopted
Sindh 38 10 Bilquees Mukhtar, MQM
Pay tribute to women on the eve of world women’s day
Adopted
Sindh 38 10 Nand Kumar, PML-F
Pay tribute to women on the eve of world women’s day
Adopted
Sindh 38 10 Rana Ansar, MQM
Pay tribute to women on the eve of world women’s day
Adopted
Sindh 38 8 Waryyam Faqir, PML-F
This House demands that a Public Holiday be declared on 20th March in the Province of Sindh on the day of martyrdom of Sain Sooryah Badshah
Adopted
Sindh 38 8 Nand Kumar, PML-F
Proper utilization of Production Bonus as per concession agreement for the development of the area from where Oil and Gas is expected
Adopted
Sindh 38 8 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
The concept of “Net Zero Energy Buildings” in major cities of Sindh be introduced and legislation be made in this regard
Adopted
Sindh 38 8 Dr. Zafar Ahmed Khan Kamali, MQM
To establish an Institute of Cardio Vascular Diseases at Mirpurkhas
Adopted
Sindh 38 8 Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi, MQM
Proper blood screening be launched and ensured in Health Department, Government of Sindh for the workers who render their services in such fields from where there are chances of breakout of blood diseases
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Abdul Sattar Rajper, PPPP
This House expresses grief over the sad demise of Comrade Jam Saqi and offers condolence to the bereaved family
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Dr. Sikander Mandhro, PPPP
This House expresses grief over the sad demise of Comrade Jam Saqi and offers condolence to the bereaved family
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Syeda Shehla Raza, PPPP
This House expresses grief over the sad demise of Comrade Jam Saqi and offers condolence to the bereaved family
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Shahid Abdul Salam Taheem, PPPP
This House expresses grief over the sad demise of Comrade Jam Saqi and offers condolence to the bereaved family
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Syed Murad Ali Shah, PPPP
This House expresses grief over the sad demise of Comrade Jam Saqi and offers condolence to the bereaved family
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Makhdoom Khalil u Zaman, PPPP
This House expresses grief over the sad demise of Comrade Jam Saqi and offers condolence to the bereaved family
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Ghulam Qadir Chandio, PPPP
This House expresses grief over the sad demise of Comrade Jam Saqi and offers condolence to the bereaved family
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Abdul Karim Soomro, PPPP
This House expresses grief over the sad demise of Comrade Jam Saqi and offers condolence to the bereaved family
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Nawab Ghaibi Sardar Khan Chandio, PPPP
This House expresses grief over the sad demise of Comrade Jam Saqi and offers condolence to the bereaved family
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Syed Ajiaz Hussain Shah Bukhari, PPPP
This House expresses grief over the sad demise of Comrade Jam Saqi and offers condolence to the bereaved family
Adopted
Sindh 38 7 Abdul Sattar Rajper, PPPP
Commemorating 4th March as the day of student movement as on the same day in 1969 the students of Sindh University were beaten up and arrested by police during their protest
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Saeed Khan Nizamani, PML-F
This House resolves that Provincial Government establish Unit of NICVD in Civil Hospital Sanghar and take steps to resolve the issue of shortage of Medicine in Civil Hospital Sanghar
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Nand Kumar, PML-F
Despite Sindh’s protest and severe water crisis in the Province, Indus River System Authority (IRSA) has illegally opened Chasma-Jhelum Link Canal and Taunsa-Panjnad Canal violating the Inter-Provincial agreement depriving Sindh of its rightful water share. This House condemns the attitude of IRSA and demands the concerned authorities in Federal Government to take serious notice of it and suspend the water diversion until Sindh gives its consent
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Waryyam Faqir, PML-F
Work of Drain Nallas at Chotiyaroon Dam is delayed, Tube Wells installed there are not working properly
Not Taken Up
Sindh 38 3 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
This Assembly resolves that Provincial Government take steps to upgrade the posts of lower staff from BPS-01 to BPS-07 in Education Department to redress their grievances
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Khairunisa Mughal, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the statement of Ms. Marvi Memon, Chairperson of BISP, regarding Benazir Income Support Program in Sindh and grievous act of blocking cards of poor women, registered under Benazir Income Support Program, in Sindh. This House recommends Sindh Government to lodge strong protest to Federal Government and approach the same to reopen the cards of affected women
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Saira Shahliani, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the statement of Ms. Marvi Memon, Chairperson of BISP, regarding Benazir Income Support Program in Sindh and grievous act of blocking cards of poor women, registered under Benazir Income Support Program, in Sindh. This House recommends Sindh Government to lodge strong protest to Federal Government and approach the same to reopen the cards of affected women
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Dr. Sikander Mandhro, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the statement of Ms. Marvi Memon, Chairperson of BISP, regarding Benazir Income Support Program in Sindh and grievous act of blocking cards of poor women, registered under Benazir Income Support Program, in Sindh. This House recommends Sindh Government to lodge strong protest to Federal Government and approach the same to reopen the cards of affected women
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Dr. Khatu Mal Jeewan, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the statement of Ms. Marvi Memon, Chairperson of BISP, regarding Benazir Income Support Program in Sindh and grievous act of blocking cards of poor women, registered under Benazir Income Support Program, in Sindh. This House recommends Sindh Government to lodge strong protest to Federal Government and approach the same to reopen the cards of affected women
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Syed Ghulam Shah Jeelani, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the statement of Ms. Marvi Memon, Chairperson of BISP, regarding Benazir Income Support Program in Sindh and grievous act of blocking cards of poor women, registered under Benazir Income Support Program, in Sindh. This House recommends Sindh Government to lodge strong protest to Federal Government and approach the same to reopen the cards of affected women
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Ghazala Siyal, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the statement of Ms. Marvi Memon, Chairperson of BISP, regarding Benazir Income Support Program in Sindh and grievous act of blocking cards of poor women, registered under Benazir Income Support Program, in Sindh. This House recommends Sindh Government to lodge strong protest to Federal Government and approach the same to reopen the cards of affected women
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Haji Abdul Rauf Khan Khosa, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the statement of Ms. Marvi Memon, Chairperson of BISP, regarding Benazir Income Support Program in Sindh and grievous act of blocking cards of poor women, registered under Benazir Income Support Program, in Sindh. This House recommends Sindh Government to lodge strong protest to Federal Government and approach the same to reopen the cards of affected women
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Dr. Suhrab Khan Srki, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the statement of Ms. Marvi Memon, Chairperson of BISP, regarding Benazir Income Support Program in Sindh and grievous act of blocking cards of poor women, registered under Benazir Income Support Program, in Sindh. This House recommends Sindh Government to lodge strong protest to Federal Government and approach the same to reopen the cards of affected women
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Madad Ali Khan, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the statement of Ms. Marvi Memon, Chairperson of BISP, regarding Benazir Income Support Program in Sindh and grievous act of blocking cards of poor women, registered under Benazir Income Support Program, in Sindh. This House recommends Sindh Government to lodge strong protest to Federal Government and approach the same to reopen the cards of affected women
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Saira Shahliani, PPPP
This House expresses deep grief on the untimely demise of iconic, fearless and voice of the voiceless, laywer and champion of human rights Ms. Asma Jahangir whose unrelenting fight for human rights, women empowerment and struggle for the marginalised section of society regardless of caste, creed or any other discrimination. This Assembly pays tribute to the services of Ms. Asma Jahangir and prays may Allah bless her the highest place in Jannat and grant patience to the family and the followers to bear the irreparable loss
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar, PPPP
This House expresses deep grief on the untimely demise of iconic, fearless and voice of the voiceless, laywer and champion of human rights Ms. Asma Jahangir whose unrelenting fight for human rights, women empowerment and struggle for the marginalised section of society regardless of caste, creed or any other discrimination. This Assembly pays tribute to the services of Ms. Asma Jahangir and prays may Allah bless her the highest place in Jannat and grant patience to the family and the followers to bear the irreparable loss
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Ghazala Siyal, PPPP
This House expresses deep grief on the untimely demise of iconic, fearless and voice of the voiceless, laywer and champion of human rights Ms. Asma Jahangir whose unrelenting fight for human rights, women empowerment and struggle for the marginalised section of society regardless of caste, creed or any other discrimination. This Assembly pays tribute to the services of Ms. Asma Jahangir and prays may Allah bless her the highest place in Jannat and grant patience to the family and the followers to bear the irreparable loss
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Ghulam Qadir Chandio, PPPP
This House expresses deep grief on the untimely demise of iconic, fearless and voice of the voiceless, laywer and champion of human rights Ms. Asma Jahangir whose unrelenting fight for human rights, women empowerment and struggle for the marginalised section of society regardless of caste, creed or any other discrimination. This Assembly pays tribute to the services of Ms. Asma Jahangir and prays may Allah bless her the highest place in Jannat and grant patience to the family and the followers to bear the irreparable loss
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Mir Allah Bux Talpur, PPPP
This House expresses deep grief on the untimely demise of iconic, fearless and voice of the voiceless, laywer and champion of human rights Ms. Asma Jahangir whose unrelenting fight for human rights, women empowerment and struggle for the marginalised section of society regardless of caste, creed or any other discrimination. This Assembly pays tribute to the services of Ms. Asma Jahangir and prays may Allah bless her the highest place in Jannat and grant patience to the family and the followers to bear the irreparable loss
Adopted
Sindh 38 3 Shehnaz Begum, PPPP
This House expresses deep grief on the untimely demise of iconic, fearless and voice of the voiceless, laywer and champion of human rights Ms. Asma Jahangir whose unrelenting fight for human rights, women empowerment and struggle for the marginalised section of society regardless of caste, creed or any other discrimination. This Assembly pays tribute to the services of Ms. Asma Jahangir and prays may Allah bless her the highest place in Jannat and grant patience to the family and the followers to bear the irreparable loss
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Dr. Sikander Mandhro, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Syed Murad Ali Shah, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Manzoor Hussain Wassan, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Imdad Ali Pitafi, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Mukesh Kumar Chawla, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Mir Mumtaz Hussain Khan, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Tariq Masood Arain, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Ghazala Siyal, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Saira Shahliani, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Muhammad Shaharyar Khan Mahar, PML-F
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Nand Kumar, PML-F
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Syed Hafeezuddin, PTI
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Muhammad Dilawar, MQM
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Dr. Suhrab Khan Srki, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Mehmood Abdul Razzaque, MQM
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Shafi Mohammed Jamote, PML-N
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
Sindh 38 1 Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, PPPP
This Assembly expresses its deep grief at the passing of esteemed member Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, pays tribute to his selfless services to Sindh and to Pakistan, as he served successive terms as a MNA, a MPA, a Senator and a Cabinet Minister; recognizes this seasoned Law maker for his unwavering commitment to and efforts for sustained democracy; pays homage to him decades of contributions to the betterment and development of Sindh; extends deepest sympathies to his bereaved family, his constituents, and the people of Sindh, standing with them at this sorrowful time
Adopted
KP 27 17 Ahmad Khan Bahadur, ANP
The Election Commission restore the seats of Abbotabad, haripur,sawabi and charsadda
Adopted
KP 27 17 Shah Ram Khan Tarki, AJIP
The Election Commission restore the seats of Abbotabad, haripur,sawabi and charsadda
Adopted
KP 27 17 Raja Faisal Zaman, PML-N
The Election Commission restore the seats of Abbotabad, haripur,sawabi and charsadda
Adopted
KP 27 17 Maulana Lutf Ur Rehman, JUI
The Election Commission restore the seats of Abbotabad, haripur,sawabi and charsadda
Adopted
KP 27 17 Saleem Khan, PPPP
The Election Commission restore the seats of Abbotabad, haripur,sawabi and charsadda
Adopted
KP 27 17 Muhammad Ali, JI
The Election Commission restore the seats of Abbotabad, haripur,sawabi and charsadda
Adopted
KP 27 17 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
The Election Commission restore the seats of Abbotabad, haripur,sawabi and charsadda
Adopted
KP 27 17 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
War and relentless bombardment in Syria
Adopted
KP 27 17 Izazul Mulk, JI
War and relentless bombardment in Syria
Adopted
KP 27 17 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
War and relentless bombardment in Syria
Adopted
Senate 274 1 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House recommends that the Government should make a policy for provision of Jammers for private vehicles of high profile figures like Members of the National Assembly, Senate and Provincial Assemblies, Heads of Political Parties, Ex-Chief Ministers and Governors owing to security reasons
Adopted
Senate 274 1 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House recommends that 2 to 5 % amount of the CPEC funds for less developed areas should be allocated for social development in those areas
Adopted
Senate 274 1 Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan Musakhel, PKMAP
This House recommends that 2 to 5 % amount of the CPEC funds for less developed areas should be allocated for social development in those areas
Adopted
Senate 274 1 Gul Bashra, PKMAP
This House recommends that 2 to 5 % amount of the CPEC funds for less developed areas should be allocated for social development in those areas
Adopted
Senate 274 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to introduce organic farming technologies in the agricultural sector of the country which are cost effective and sustainable both for productivity and soil fertility. The House also recommends that the Government should establish organic farming institutions to get our share in the emerging global market as the value of organic farming is increasing day by day
Adopted
Senate 274 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the provision of development funds to Parliamentarians should be stopped immediately as the same is against the spirit of good governance and democratic norms
Deferred
Senate 274 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to provide jobs in the Public Sector on the basis of merit only
Adopted
Punjab 34 15 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
To construct new water reservoirs to improve agriculture sector and produce hydel energy
Not Taken Up
Punjab 34 15 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
This House demanding to ensure ban on milk boosting injections and called for strict immediate action against milk-sellers for injecting prohibited injections to all milk producing animals especially buffaloes, cows, camels and goats to increase their milk production
Adopted
Punjab 34 15 Ramesh Singh Arora, PML-N
This House demanding the Federal Government to extend the period of validity of official/diplomatic passports issued to the Members of the Provincial Assembly of Punjab to lifetime on the pattern of National Assembly
Adopted
Punjab 34 15 Fatima Fareeha, PML-N
This House demanding to merge Fire Brigade service into Rescue 1122
Withdrawn
Punjab 34 15 Mian Mehmood ur Rasheed, PTI
This House demanding the Federal and the Provincial Governments to withdraw the recent increase in the prices of the drugs
Pending
Punjab 34 13 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This House of Punjab Assembly expresses sorrow and grief over the demise of noted jurist Ms Asma Jahangir and condoles with the bereaved family. The deceased was not only a bold and a courageous lawyer but also a prominent human rights activist whose services have been acknowledged not only in Pakistan but across the world. She has the honour to serve as President of the Supreme Court Bar Association. The Government of Pakistan has also awarded her Hilal-e-Imtiaz for her struggle for the supremacy of constitution, rule of law and principles and strengthening democratic norms, was passed by the House”. The House also offered Fateha on her sad demise
Adopted
Punjab 34 12 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
This House demanding the Federal Government to take steps to provide electricity in Tola Bangi Khel and its adjacent areas
Disposed off
Punjab 34 12 Mian Mehmood ur Rasheed, PTI
This House demanding to immediately withdraw the recent increase in the petroleum prices resulting in price hike
Not Taken Up
Punjab 34 12 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
This House demanding to construct Mini Dams in all the Districts of the Punjab for clean drinking water on the pattern of dams built in Mehmood Booti Lahore
Disposed off
Punjab 34 12 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
This House expressed deep sorrow and grief over the sad demise of Munnu Bhai, a well-known journalist, columnist, intellectual, critic, researcher and a social worker who was internationally renowned personality. The House condoled with the bereaved family and prayed for his eternal peace
Disposed off
Punjab 34 12 Begum Khola Amjad, PML-N
This House demanding to increase Laboratory machines and staff of Nishtar Hospital, Civil Hospital and Children Complex, Multan in proportion with increased population
Disposed off
Senate 273 6 Sajjad Hussain Turi, IND
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Haji Momin Khan Afridi, IND
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Hidayat Ullah, IND
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Taj Muhammad Afridi, IND
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Malik Najmul Hassan, IND
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Nauman Wazir, PTI
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, NP
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends to the Government that the process of delimitations of constituencies in FATA for next general elections be stopped and the elections, 2018 should be held there as per previous delimitations
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Khalida Parveen, PPPP
This House recommends that, in view of the growing collaboration between Pakistan and China under the CPEC, courses of the Official Chinese Language should be launched for all current and prospective Pakistani CPEC human resource in order to overcome any costly communication barriers
Adopted
Senate 273 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps to control pollution in the industrial areas of Islamabad and Cantonments
Deferred
Senate 273 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should conduct new survey for Benazir Income Support Programme in the country
Dropped
Senate 273 6 Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan Musakhel, PKMAP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to set up separate branches of the National Bank of Pakistan in Tehsils Dadak and Kangri of District Musakhel, Balochistan
Adopted
National 52 7 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to meet the shortage of water supply in Islamabad from Tarbela Dam
Not Taken Up
National 52 7 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control Tubercle Bacillus, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and Hepatitis in the country
Adopted
National 52 7 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to control price of life saving medicines
Adopted
National 52 7 Sajid Nawaz, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to introduce a general amnesty scheme and formulate a just and equitable mechanism to waive the hefty outstanding bills of electricity of the consumers of the underdeveloped areas burdened with taxes throughout the country
Not Taken Up
National 52 7 Dr. Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take measures to introduce Life Skill Based Education in Islamabad Capital Territory and include it in curriculum
Not Taken Up
Senate 211 14 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that effective steps be taken to eradicate manufacturing and sale of spurious and substandard drugs in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 211 14 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to control environmental pollution in ICT
Not Taken Up
Senate 211 14 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to implement the international obligations of the Federal Government regarding global warming and to control environmental pollution in the country. The Federal Government may facilitate provincial governments to observe the international standards specified by the United Nations relating to tree plantation, disposal of waste, protection of sea, rivers, canals, creeks and lakes from waste, protection of forests and control pollution of all types in their areas
Not Taken Up
Senate 211 9 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that effective steps be taken to eradicate manufacturing and sale of spurious and substandard drugs in the country
Deferred
Senate 211 9 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to control environmental pollution in ICT
Not Taken Up
Senate 211 4 Syed Sumsam Ali S. Bukhari, PPPP
That the Senate of Pakistan resolves to extend the Services of Pakistan (Redressal of Under-Representation) Ordinance, 2012 (Ordinance No.VII of 2012) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days with effect from 29th January, 2013 under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 211 3 Ch. Qamar Zaman Kaira, PPPP
That the Senate of Pakistan resolves to extend the Services of Pakistan (Redressal of Under-Representation) Ordinance, 2012 (Ordinance No.VII of 2012) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days with effect from 29th January, 2013 under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 211 2 Ch. Qamar Zaman Kaira, PPPP
That the Senate of Pakistan resolves to extend the Services of Pakistan (Redressal of Under-Representation) Ordinance, 2012 (Ordinance No.VII of 2012) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days with effect from 29th January, 2013 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 211 2 Abdul Nabi Bangash, ANP
Condolence resolution on the sad demise of Ex-Senator Mr. Shahzad Gul
Adopted
Senate 211 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may take steps to provide housing facilities to all Federal Government employees through Pakistan Housing Authority (PHA)
Adopted
Senate 211 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that effective steps be taken to eradicate manufacturing and sale of spurious and substandard drugs in the country
Deferred
Senate 211 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to control environmental pollution in ICT
Deferred
Senate 211 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House recommends the Government to review fees, service and other charges formula of the foreign banks operating in Pakistan
Adopted
Senate 211 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that the procedure to grant Pakistani visas to the Muslims of other countries for Tableagh purposes be made simple and easy
Dropped
Senate 210 5 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may take steps to provide housing facilities to all Federal Government employees through Pakistan Housing Authority (PHA)
Not Taken Up
Senate 210 5 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House strongly commends the recent barbaric, heinous gruesome murder of Syed Manzar Imam, Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh, and prays to Al-mighty Allah to grant the dear departed soul Shahadath and place him in the heavenly abode. May his soul rest in peace and Allah Al-mighty grant the members of the family of the dear departed soul, his party members and all democratic forces in the country, patience, courage and strength to bear this irreparable loss. The gruesome murders of legislators of various parties especially those fighting against the curse of fundamentalism and Talibanisation in the country is condemned by all. It is imperative that all democratic forces in the country setting aside their political and ideological differences should unite on one point agenda of fighting terrorism and weakening this curse which is adding into the very being of our society culture and national integrity. This House further resolves and recommends that in recognition of meritorious services rendered to the poor, meek and humble masses of Pakistan and for their commitment to serve humanity, the following members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh Provincial Assemblies namely Mr. Bashir Ahmed Bilour Shaheed, Syed Raza Haider Shaheed and Syed Manzar Imam Shaheed, who were brutally martyred by firing and bomb blasts by terrorists respectively, the Government should honour the martyrs by awarding them posthumous NISHAN-E-PAKISTAN
Deferred
Senate 210 5 Nasreen Jalil, MQM
This House strongly commends the recent barbaric, heinous gruesome murder of Syed Manzar Imam, Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh, and prays to Al-mighty Allah to grant the dear departed soul Shahadath and place him in the heavenly abode. May his soul rest in peace and Allah Al-mighty grant the members of the family of the dear departed soul, his party members and all democratic forces in the country, patience, courage and strength to bear this irreparable loss. The gruesome murders of legislators of various parties especially those fighting against the curse of fundamentalism and Talibanisation in the country is condemned by all. It is imperative that all democratic forces in the country setting aside their political and ideological differences should unite on one point agenda of fighting terrorism and weakening this curse which is adding into the very being of our society culture and national integrity. This House further resolves and recommends that in recognition of meritorious services rendered to the poor, meek and humble masses of Pakistan and for their commitment to serve humanity, the following members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh Provincial Assemblies namely Mr. Bashir Ahmed Bilour Shaheed, Syed Raza Haider Shaheed and Syed Manzar Imam Shaheed, who were brutally martyred by firing and bomb blasts by terrorists respectively, the Government should honour the martyrs by awarding them posthumous NISHAN-E-PAKISTAN
Deferred
Senate 210 5 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
This House strongly commends the recent barbaric, heinous gruesome murder of Syed Manzar Imam, Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh, and prays to Al-mighty Allah to grant the dear departed soul Shahadath and place him in the heavenly abode. May his soul rest in peace and Allah Al-mighty grant the members of the family of the dear departed soul, his party members and all democratic forces in the country, patience, courage and strength to bear this irreparable loss. The gruesome murders of legislators of various parties especially those fighting against the curse of fundamentalism and Talibanisation in the country is condemned by all. It is imperative that all democratic forces in the country setting aside their political and ideological differences should unite on one point agenda of fighting terrorism and weakening this curse which is adding into the very being of our society culture and national integrity. This House further resolves and recommends that in recognition of meritorious services rendered to the poor, meek and humble masses of Pakistan and for their commitment to serve humanity, the following members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh Provincial Assemblies namely Mr. Bashir Ahmed Bilour Shaheed, Syed Raza Haider Shaheed and Syed Manzar Imam Shaheed, who were brutally martyred by firing and bomb blasts by terrorists respectively, the Government should honour the martyrs by awarding them posthumous NISHAN-E-PAKISTAN
Deferred
Senate 210 5 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
This House strongly commends the recent barbaric, heinous gruesome murder of Syed Manzar Imam, Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh, and prays to Al-mighty Allah to grant the dear departed soul Shahadath and place him in the heavenly abode. May his soul rest in peace and Allah Al-mighty grant the members of the family of the dear departed soul, his party members and all democratic forces in the country, patience, courage and strength to bear this irreparable loss. The gruesome murders of legislators of various parties especially those fighting against the curse of fundamentalism and Talibanisation in the country is condemned by all. It is imperative that all democratic forces in the country setting aside their political and ideological differences should unite on one point agenda of fighting terrorism and weakening this curse which is adding into the very being of our society culture and national integrity. This House further resolves and recommends that in recognition of meritorious services rendered to the poor, meek and humble masses of Pakistan and for their commitment to serve humanity, the following members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh Provincial Assemblies namely Mr. Bashir Ahmed Bilour Shaheed, Syed Raza Haider Shaheed and Syed Manzar Imam Shaheed, who were brutally martyred by firing and bomb blasts by terrorists respectively, the Government should honour the martyrs by awarding them posthumous NISHAN-E-PAKISTAN
Deferred
Senate 210 5 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House strongly commends the recent barbaric, heinous gruesome murder of Syed Manzar Imam, Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh, and prays to Al-mighty Allah to grant the dear departed soul Shahadath and place him in the heavenly abode. May his soul rest in peace and Allah Al-mighty grant the members of the family of the dear departed soul, his party members and all democratic forces in the country, patience, courage and strength to bear this irreparable loss. The gruesome murders of legislators of various parties especially those fighting against the curse of fundamentalism and Talibanisation in the country is condemned by all. It is imperative that all democratic forces in the country setting aside their political and ideological differences should unite on one point agenda of fighting terrorism and weakening this curse which is adding into the very being of our society culture and national integrity. This House further resolves and recommends that in recognition of meritorious services rendered to the poor, meek and humble masses of Pakistan and for their commitment to serve humanity, the following members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh Provincial Assemblies namely Mr. Bashir Ahmed Bilour Shaheed, Syed Raza Haider Shaheed and Syed Manzar Imam Shaheed, who were brutally martyred by firing and bomb blasts by terrorists respectively, the Government should honour the martyrs by awarding them posthumous NISHAN-E-PAKISTAN
Deferred
Senate 210 5 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
This House strongly commends the recent barbaric, heinous gruesome murder of Syed Manzar Imam, Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh, and prays to Al-mighty Allah to grant the dear departed soul Shahadath and place him in the heavenly abode. May his soul rest in peace and Allah Al-mighty grant the members of the family of the dear departed soul, his party members and all democratic forces in the country, patience, courage and strength to bear this irreparable loss. The gruesome murders of legislators of various parties especially those fighting against the curse of fundamentalism and Talibanisation in the country is condemned by all. It is imperative that all democratic forces in the country setting aside their political and ideological differences should unite on one point agenda of fighting terrorism and weakening this curse which is adding into the very being of our society culture and national integrity. This House further resolves and recommends that in recognition of meritorious services rendered to the poor, meek and humble masses of Pakistan and for their commitment to serve humanity, the following members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh Provincial Assemblies namely Mr. Bashir Ahmed Bilour Shaheed, Syed Raza Haider Shaheed and Syed Manzar Imam Shaheed, who were brutally martyred by firing and bomb blasts by terrorists respectively, the Government should honour the martyrs by awarding them posthumous NISHAN-E-PAKISTAN
Deferred
Senate 210 5 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House strongly commends the recent barbaric, heinous gruesome murder of Syed Manzar Imam, Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh, and prays to Al-mighty Allah to grant the dear departed soul Shahadath and place him in the heavenly abode. May his soul rest in peace and Allah Al-mighty grant the members of the family of the dear departed soul, his party members and all democratic forces in the country, patience, courage and strength to bear this irreparable loss. The gruesome murders of legislators of various parties especially those fighting against the curse of fundamentalism and Talibanisation in the country is condemned by all. It is imperative that all democratic forces in the country setting aside their political and ideological differences should unite on one point agenda of fighting terrorism and weakening this curse which is adding into the very being of our society culture and national integrity. This House further resolves and recommends that in recognition of meritorious services rendered to the poor, meek and humble masses of Pakistan and for their commitment to serve humanity, the following members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh Provincial Assemblies namely Mr. Bashir Ahmed Bilour Shaheed, Syed Raza Haider Shaheed and Syed Manzar Imam Shaheed, who were brutally martyred by firing and bomb blasts by terrorists respectively, the Government should honour the martyrs by awarding them posthumous NISHAN-E-PAKISTAN
Deferred
Senate 210 5 Muhammad Idrees Khan Safi, IND
This House strongly commends the recent barbaric, heinous gruesome murder of Syed Manzar Imam, Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh, and prays to Al-mighty Allah to grant the dear departed soul Shahadath and place him in the heavenly abode. May his soul rest in peace and Allah Al-mighty grant the members of the family of the dear departed soul, his party members and all democratic forces in the country, patience, courage and strength to bear this irreparable loss. The gruesome murders of legislators of various parties especially those fighting against the curse of fundamentalism and Talibanisation in the country is condemned by all. It is imperative that all democratic forces in the country setting aside their political and ideological differences should unite on one point agenda of fighting terrorism and weakening this curse which is adding into the very being of our society culture and national integrity. This House further resolves and recommends that in recognition of meritorious services rendered to the poor, meek and humble masses of Pakistan and for their commitment to serve humanity, the following members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh Provincial Assemblies namely Mr. Bashir Ahmed Bilour Shaheed, Syed Raza Haider Shaheed and Syed Manzar Imam Shaheed, who were brutally martyred by firing and bomb blasts by terrorists respectively, the Government should honour the martyrs by awarding them posthumous NISHAN-E-PAKISTAN
Deferred
Senate 210 5 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
This House strongly commends the recent barbaric, heinous gruesome murder of Syed Manzar Imam, Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh, and prays to Al-mighty Allah to grant the dear departed soul Shahadath and place him in the heavenly abode. May his soul rest in peace and Allah Al-mighty grant the members of the family of the dear departed soul, his party members and all democratic forces in the country, patience, courage and strength to bear this irreparable loss. The gruesome murders of legislators of various parties especially those fighting against the curse of fundamentalism and Talibanisation in the country is condemned by all. It is imperative that all democratic forces in the country setting aside their political and ideological differences should unite on one point agenda of fighting terrorism and weakening this curse which is adding into the very being of our society culture and national integrity. This House further resolves and recommends that in recognition of meritorious services rendered to the poor, meek and humble masses of Pakistan and for their commitment to serve humanity, the following members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh Provincial Assemblies namely Mr. Bashir Ahmed Bilour Shaheed, Syed Raza Haider Shaheed and Syed Manzar Imam Shaheed, who were brutally martyred by firing and bomb blasts by terrorists respectively, the Government should honour the martyrs by awarding them posthumous NISHAN-E-PAKISTAN
Deferred
Senate 210 5 Nuzhat Sadiq, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may take immediate steps to conduct forensic audit of FBR in order to evaluate, safety, efficiency and improve its appropriateness particularly which regard to its failure to collect targeted taxes, misreporting the revenue collection at the end of financial year, fake refund against fake and flying invoices and billions of rupees tax evasion
Not Taken Up
Senate 210 5 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that effective steps be taken to eradicate manufacturing and sale of spurious and substandard drugs in the country
Adopted
Senate 210 5 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that effective steps be taken to eradicate child labour in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 210 5 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps for provision of free education in the Federal Government educational institutions
Not Taken Up
Senate 210 1 Nuzhat Sadiq, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may take immediate steps to carry out performance based financial audit of power distribution companies in the country
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government may make arrangements for establishment of institute for boarding and lodging of children of unknown parentage in Islamabad Capital Territory
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Islamuddin Shaikh, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Abdul Nabi Bangash, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Afrasiab Khattak, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Moula Bakhsh Chandio, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Ilyas Ahmad Bilour, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Kamil Ali Agha, PML
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Sabir Ali Baloch, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Farooq Hamid Naek, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Muhammad Idrees Khan Safi, IND
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo, NP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Begum Najma Hameed, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Mushahid Ullah Khan, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Eng. Malik Rashid Ahmed Khan, IND
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Muhammad Zafar Ullah Khan, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Sardar Ali Khan, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Nisar Muhammad, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may recommend the name of Shaheed Bashir Ahmad Bilour for Nobel Peace Prize Award
Adopted
Senate 210 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that amount of outstanding loans granted by the Government for the construction of Houses to the affectees of 8th October, 2005 earthquake be written off
Dropped
Senate 210 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may take steps to provide housing facilities to all Federal Government employees through Pakistan Housing Authority (PHA)
Deferred
Senate 210 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
This House recommends that PIA may operate flights between Islamabad-Kashgar-Uromqi to facilitate General public of the area
Dropped
Senate 210 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that stipends be granted to all unemployed educated persons in the country
Deferred
Senate 210 1 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
The sad demise of former Senator Qazi Hussain Ahmed
Adopted
Senate 209 1 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
Demise of Bashir Ahmed Bilour
Adopted
Senate 209 1 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
Demise of Ex-Senator Prof. Abdul Ghafoor Ahmad
Adopted
Senate 208 6 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
Condemnation of the Murder of Health Workers
Adopted
Senate 208 4 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may establish shelter houses for senior citizens through necessary legislation and take special steps for creating awareness amongst the masses to respect their elders.
Adopted
Senate 208 4 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that water filtration plants may be installed in each city and village of the country to save the people from water borne diseases
Not Taken Up
Senate 208 4 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that uniform curriculum may be introduced in all schools and colleges in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 208 4 Nuzhat Sadiq, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may take immediate steps to carry out performance based financial audit of power distribution companies in the country
Deferred
Senate 208 4 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government may make arrangements for establishment of institute for boarding and lodging of children of unknown parentage in Islamabad Capital Territory
Deferred
Senate 208 4 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may take steps for exploring alternative energy sources to overcome energy crisis in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 208 1 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
Condolence resolution on the sad demise of Senator Salah-ud-Din Dogar
Adopted
Senate 208 1 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
Condolence resolution on the sad demise of Senator Mir Wali Muhammad Badini
Adopted
Senate 208 1 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
Condolence resolution on the sad demise of ex-Senator Jam Haji Kararuddin
Adopted
Senate 207 9 Mohammad Ishaq Dar, PML-N
Barbaric attack by Israeli Armed forces on the people of Palestine
Adopted
Senate 207 8 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to deweaponize the city of Karachi in view of prevailing law and order situation in the city
Adopted
Senate 207 8 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may establish shelter houses for senior citizens
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 8 Nuzhat Sadiq, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may take immediate steps to carry out performance based financial audit of power distribution companies in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 8 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that water filtration plants may be installed in each city and village of the country to save the people from water borne diseases
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 8 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government may make arrangements for establishment of institute for boarding and lodging of unwanted children in Islamabad Capital Territory
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 8 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that amount of outstanding loans granted by the Government for the construction of Houses to the affectees of 8th October, 2005 earthquake be written off
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 8 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
Killing of Journalists
Adopted
Senate 207 4 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
Felicitation to the Hindu Community of Pakistan on Diwali
Adopted
Senate 207 3 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to deweaponize the city of Karachi in view of prevailing law and order situation in the city
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 3 Nuzhat Sadiq, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may take immediate steps to carry out performance based financial audit of power distribution companies in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 3 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may take steps to provide housing facilities to all Federal Government employees through Pakistan Housing Authority (PHA)
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 3 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that water filtration plants may be installed in each city and village of the country to save the people from water borne diseases
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 3 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps for narcotics control in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 3 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that amount of outstanding loans granted by the Government for the construction of Houses to the affectees of 8th October, 2005 earthquake be written off
Not Taken Up
Senate 207 3 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
Condolence resolution on the sad demise of ex-senator Syed Iqbal Haider
Adopted
Senate 206 9 Mohammad Ishaq Dar, PML-N
Condolence Resolution on sad demise of former Senator Muhammad Ali Khan
Adopted
Senate 206 6 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to deweaponize the city of Karachi in view of prevailing law and order situation in the city
Debated
Senate 206 6 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may establish shelter houses for senior citizens
Not Taken Up
Senate 206 6 Nuzhat Sadiq, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may take immediate steps to carry out performance based financial audit of power distribution companies in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 206 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that uniform curriculum may be introduced in all schools and colleges in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 206 6 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that water filtration plants may be installed in each city and village of the country to save the people from water borne diseases
Not Taken Up
Senate 206 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps for provision of free education in the areas under the Federal Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 206 3 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
Condemnation of Tragic and Barbaric Terrorist Attack on a 14 years old Pakistani Girl, Malala Yousafzai
Adopted
Senate 206 1 Mohammad Ishaq Dar, PML-N
Airing of blasphemous movie
Adopted
Senate 206 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to deweaponize the city of Karachi in view of prevailing law and order situation in the city
Not Taken Up
Senate 206 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that stipends be granted to all the unemployed educated persons in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 206 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that water filtration plants may be installed in each city and village of the country to save the people from water borne diseases
Not Taken Up
Senate 206 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps for provision of free education in the areas under the Federal Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 206 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that amount of outstanding loans granted by the Government for the construction of houses to the affectees of 8th October, 2005 earthquake be written off
Not Taken Up
Senate 206 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that uniform curriculum may be introduced in all the schools and colleges in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 205 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House calls upon the Government to sign and ratify the International Convention for the Protection of all Persons from Enforced Disappearances
Debated
Senate 205 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to deweaponize the city of Karachi in view of prevailing law and order situation in the city
Deferred
Senate 205 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that conducting of blood tests of hepatitis B and C, Aids and thalasimia may be made compulsory for every couple before marriage to avoid spreading of these diseases
Deferred
Senate 205 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that stipends be granted to all the unemployed educated persons in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 205 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may establish shelter houses for senior citizens
Not Taken Up
Senate 205 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that uniform curriculum may be introduced in all the schools and colleges in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 205 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government may make arrangements for establishment of institute for boarding and lodging of unwanted children in Islamabad Capital Territory
Not Taken Up
Senate 204 5 Mohammad Ishaq Dar, PML-N
This House expresses its deep concern over the brutal acts of violence and systematic barbarous genocide being perpetuated against Rohingya Muslims
Adopted
Senate 204 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House calls upon the Government to sign and ratify the International Convention for the Protection of all Persons from Enforced Disappearances
Not Taken Up
Senate 204 2 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to deweaponize the city of Karachi in view of prevailing law and order situation in the city
Not Taken Up
Senate 204 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may establish shelter houses for senior citizens
Not Taken Up
Senate 204 2 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that effective steps be taken to eradicate child labour in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 204 2 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that water filtration plants may be installed in each city and village of the country to save the people from water borne diseases
Not Taken Up
Senate 204 2 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
The House recommends that the Government to review fees, service and other charges formula of the foreign banks operating in Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Senate 204 2 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government may provide free health facilities to citizens in ICT
Not Taken Up
Senate 203 5 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
Installation of Water Desalination Plant in Gwadar
Adopted
Senate 203 1 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
Condolence resolution on the sad demise of Fouzia Wahab
Adopted
Senate 203 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House calls upon the Government to sign and ratify the International Convention for the Protection of all Persons from Enforced Disappearances
Not Taken Up
Senate 203 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to deweaponize the city of Karachi in view of prevailing law and order situation in the city
Not Taken Up
Senate 203 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that water filtration plants may be installed in each city and village of the country to save the people from water borne diseases
Not Taken Up
Senate 203 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government may establish shelter houses for senior citizens
Not Taken Up
Senate 203 1 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
The House recommends that Government may abolish cess/tax on the transportation of essential commodities to the Federally Administered Tribal Agencies
Not Taken Up
Senate 203 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps for provision of free education in the areas under the Federal Government
Not Taken Up
Senate 203 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may take appropriate measures for the correction of voters lists which resulted due to incorrect census data in Karachi
Not Taken Up
Senate 202 1 Muhammad Jehangir Bader, PPPP
This House expresses its profound grief and sorrow over the sad demise if ex-Senator mehar Khuda Dad Khan Luk.
Adopted
Senate 201 8 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This house expresses its profound grief and shock on the said demise of ex-Senator Dr. Abdul Ghaffar Khan Jotai.
Adopted
Senate 201 8 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
This house expresses its profound grief and shock on the said demise of ex-Senator Dr. Abdul Ghaffar Khan Jotai.
Adopted
Senate 201 5 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House calls upon the Government to sign and ratify the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearances
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 5 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to deweaponize the city of Karachi in view of prevailing law and order situation in the city
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 5 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
The House recommends that the Government may abolish cess/tax on the transportation of essential commodities to the Federally Administered Tribal Agencies
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 5 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
The House recommends that the Government may abolish cess/tax on the transportation of essential commodities to the Federally Administered Tribal Agencies
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 5 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
This House recommends that Legal Aid Desks may be established in Pakistan Embassies/Missions abroad to provide legal aid to the Pakistanis in foreign jails particularly in countries where a large number of Pakistanis are imprisoned
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 5 Nuzhat Sadiq, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government may take immediate steps to control power losses and ensure recovery of outstanding dues
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 5 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that stipends be granted to all the unemployed educated persons in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 5 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that water filtration plants may be installed in each city and village of the country to save the people from water borne diseases
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 2 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
Desecrating of the Holy Quran by US pastor Terry Johns
Adopted
Senate 201 1 Farhatullah Babar, PPPP
This House calls upon the Government to sign and ratify the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearances
Adopted
Senate 201 1 Shahi Syed, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may take effective steps to deweaponize the city of Karachi in view of prevailing law and order situation in the city
Adopted
Senate 201 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House recommends that Legal Aid Desks may be established in Pakistan Embassies/Missions abroad to provide legal aid to the Pakistanis in foreign jails particularly in countries where a large number of Pakistanis are imprisoned
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 1 Haji Mohammad Adeel, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may abolish cess/tax on the transportation of essential commodities to the Federally Administered Tribal Agencies
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 1 Muhammad Zahid Khan, ANP
This House recommends that the Government may abolish cess/tax on the transportation of essential commodities to the Federally Administered Tribal Agencies
Not Taken Up
Senate 201 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that amount of outstanding loans granted by the Government for the construction of houses to the affectees of 8th October, 2005, earthquake be written off
Not Taken Up
Senate 273 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
Condolence resolution and reference for Senator Haji Saif-ullah Khan Bangash, sitting Member of the Senate of Pakistan who passed away on 1st February 2018
Adopted
Senate 273 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
This House expresses its profound grief and shock on the sad demise of former Senator Mir Hazar Khan Bajarani. Mir Hazar Khan Bajarani was elected to the Senate in March, 1988 and he remained Senator till November, 1990
Adopted
Senate 273 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
This House expresses its profound grief and shock on the sad demise of former Senator Abdul Majeed Qazi. Abdul Majeed Qazi was elected to the Senate in the year 1985 and he remained Senator till 1991
Adopted
Senate 273 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
This House expresses its profound grief and sorrow over the sad demise of Asma Jahangir
Adopted
National 52 4 Shehryar Afridi, PTI
This house is of the opinion that the Government should ensure that no nationality or culture identity is specifically linked to the portrayal of terrorism or any other socio-cultural vice
Adopted
National 52 4 Sheikh Aftab Ahmed, PML-N
This house is of the opinion that the Government should ensure that no nationality or culture identity is specifically linked to the portrayal of terrorism or any other socio-cultural vice
Adopted
National 52 4 Dr. Arif Alvi, PTI
This house is of the opinion that the Government should ensure that no nationality or culture identity is specifically linked to the portrayal of terrorism or any other socio-cultural vice
Adopted
National 52 4 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
This house is of the opinion that the Government should ensure that no nationality or culture identity is specifically linked to the portrayal of terrorism or any other socio-cultural vice
Adopted
National 52 4 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
This house is of the opinion that the Government should ensure that no nationality or culture identity is specifically linked to the portrayal of terrorism or any other socio-cultural vice
Adopted
National 52 4 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
This house is of the opinion that the Government should ensure that no nationality or culture identity is specifically linked to the portrayal of terrorism or any other socio-cultural vice
Adopted
National 52 4 Engineer Mohammad Usman Badaini, IND
This house is of the opinion that the Government should ensure that no nationality or culture identity is specifically linked to the portrayal of terrorism or any other socio-cultural vice
Adopted
National 52 2 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to reduce the prices of petroleum products in the country
Adopted
National 52 2 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to reduce the prices of petroleum products in the country
Adopted
National 52 2 Mrs. Belum Hasnain, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to promote religious harmony in the country
Adopted
National 52 2 Asiya Naz Tanoli, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control environmental pollution in the country
Deferred
National 52 2 Asad Umar, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to allocate land for a graveyard in rural area of NA-48, Islamabad
Adopted
National 52 2 Khalida Mansoor, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide quality services to patients in Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 52 1 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
The House Recognises Asma Jahangir's Services for Rule of Law, Democracy and Constitutionalism
Adopted
National 52 1 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
The House Recognises Asma Jahangir's Services for Rule of Law, Democracy and Constitutionalism
Adopted
National 52 1 Dr. Arif Alvi, PTI
The House Recognises Asma Jahangir's Services for Rule of Law, Democracy and Constitutionalism
Adopted
Punjab 34 7 Nabeela Hakim Ali Khan, PTI
According to the report of an international organization the mental and physical growth of 45 percent children in Pakistan is being effected due to imbalanced diet and demanding the Government of Pakistan to take long term measures to improve the mental and physical growth of children
Pending
Punjab 34 7 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
Demanding the Federal Government to take steps to provide electricity in Tola Bangi Khel and its adjacent areas
Pending
Punjab 34 7 Muhammad Sibtain Khan, PTI
Demanding to take stringent action as per law against those involved in fire-works and aerial firing during wedding functions
Adopted
Punjab 34 7 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
Provision of free travelling facility in Speedo Bus service to the elderly and disable people
Adopted
Punjab 34 7 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
To launch a vigorous public awareness campaign about deadly seasonal influenza across the province
Adopted
Punjab 34 6 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
This House of Punjab Assembly on Kashmir Day falling on 5 February 2018, fully supports the struggle for freedom in Indian held Jammu & Kashmir and demands the earliest implementation of resolutions passed by United Nations that citizens of Kashmir should be given the right of self-determination. Moreover, India should withdraw its troops and the Indian aggression against Kashmiris should be stopped. This House also demanded the Federal Government to continue its diplomatic, moral and political support to Kashmiris. It also appealed to the international community to play its role in giving legal right to the Kashmiris. The resolution further added that this House once again ensures that the whole Pakistani nation stands by their Kashmiri brethren in achieving their goal of self-determination
Adopted
Punjab 34 3 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Hepatitis Ordinance 2017 (XV of 2017), promulgated on 10thNovember 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 8thFebruary 2018
Adopted
Punjab 34 3 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Hepatitis Ordinance 2017 (XV of 2017), promulgated on 10thNovember 2017, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 8thFebruary 2018
Adopted
Punjab 34 2 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
Demanding the federal government to upgrade the present ATMs system to save general public from money theft
Disposed off
Punjab 34 2 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
Demanding to start public awareness campaign regarding swine flu, a fatal disease
Disposed off
Punjab 34 2 Muhammad Waheed Gull, PML-N
To increase the number of Zakat & Ushr Committees in District Lahore in proportion with increased population
Disposed off
Punjab 34 2 Nabeela Hakim Ali Khan, PTI
To start pubic awareness campaign regarding government Helpline vis-à-vis sexual harassment to women on public transport
Disposed off
Punjab 34 2 Nighat Sheikh, PML-N
To imparting First Aid Training in all educational institutions across the province should be mandatory
Disposed off
Senate 272 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to control the lowering of Water Table in the country
Adopted
Senate 272 1 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House recommends that all the schools, colleges and universities under the administrative control of the Federal Government should be opened for, at least, half day on the eve of Kashmir Day (5th February), Pakistan Day (23rd March), Labour Day (1st May), Independence Day (14th August), Iqbal Day (9th November), Quaid-e-Azam Day (25th December), 12th Rabi ul Awal (Eid Milad Nabi) and 9th Moharram (Youm-eAshura) to make the students understand the importance of these days
Withdrawn
Senate 272 1 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
This House recommends that two new platoons of Frontier Constabulary (FC) be established for two sub-tribes of Ahmad Zai Wazir namely Bodin Khel Wazir and Painda Khel Wazir on the analogy of FC platoons already established for other subtribes of Ahamd Zai Wazir Tribe
Dropped
Senate 272 1 Mukhtiar Ahmed Dhamrah, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to provide the supply of natural gas to areas adjoining gas fields in the province of Sindh on priority basis
Adopted
Senate 272 1 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government should make the installation of Air Bags and ABS brakes mandatory in all vehicles being manufactured in the country
Dropped
Senate 272 1 Sardar Muhammad Azam Khan Musakhel, PKMAP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to set up separate branches of the National Bank of Pakistan in Tehsils Dadak and Kangri of District Musakhel, Balochistan
Deferred
Senate 272 1 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
The House recommends that the Government should include “Aqeeda-e-Khatm-e-Nabuwat” in the syllabus being taught in all educational institutions under the administrative control of the Federal Government
Adopted
National 51 9 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The House Passes a Resolution in the favour of right of self-determination of the people of Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 51 9 Mir Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani, PPPP
The House Passes a Resolution in the favour of right of self-determination of the people of Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 51 9 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
The House Passes a Resolution in the favour of right of self-determination of the people of Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 51 9 Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The House Passes a Resolution in the favour of right of self-determination of the people of Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 51 9 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The House Passes a Resolution in the favour of right of self-determination of the people of Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 51 9 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The House Passes a Resolution in the favour of right of self-determination of the people of Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 51 9 Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, QWP
The House Passes a Resolution in the favour of right of self-determination of the people of Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 51 8 Khalida Mansoor, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to complete Bara Kahu Housing scheme for Federal Government employees
Not Taken Up
National 51 8 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to promote religious harmony in the country
Not Taken Up
National 51 8 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to control price of life saving drugs
Not Taken Up
National 51 8 Abdul Qahar Khan Wadan, PKMAP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to alleviate poverty in the country
Not Taken Up
National 51 8 Mst. Naseema Hafeez Panezai, PKMAP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to alleviate poverty in the country
Not Taken Up
National 51 8 Surriya Asghar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide potable water in Federal Capital
Not Taken Up
KP 27 9 Bibi Fozia, PTI
To increase the allocated Quota for Women from 10 to 15% in Agriculture department
Adopted
KP 27 9 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
To increase the allocated Quota for Women from 10 to 15% in Agriculture department
Adopted
KP 27 9 Uzma Khan, JUI
To declare Maternal Mortality as Notifiable
Adopted
KP 27 9 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
To enhance the scope of women empowerment projects
Adopted
KP 27 9 Meraj Hamayun Khan, QWP
To enhance the scope of women empowerment projects
Adopted
KP 27 9 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
All necessary steps be taken to apprehend the culprit behind this heinous crime and give exemplary punishment to the accused
Adopted
KP 27 9 Ruqia Hina, PML-N
All necessary steps be taken to apprehend the culprit behind this heinous crime and give exemplary punishment to the accused
Adopted
KP 27 9 Sobia Shahid, PML-N
All necessary steps be taken to apprehend the culprit behind this heinous crime and give exemplary punishment to the accused
Adopted
KP 27 9 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
All necessary steps be taken to apprehend the culprit behind this heinous crime and give exemplary punishment to the accused
Adopted
KP 27 9 Nighat Orakzai, PPPP
All necessary steps be taken to apprehend the culprit behind this heinous crime and give exemplary punishment to the accused
Adopted
National 51 5 Muhammad Baleegh-ur-Rehman, PML-N
The House strongly condemns using the words "Laanti" and "Hazar bar Laanat" for the Parliament by Chairman Tehrik-e-Insaf Imran Khan and Sh. Rasheed Ahmed while addressing to a Procession in Lahore
Adopted
National 51 5 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
The House strongly condemns using the words "Laanti" and "Hazar bar Laanat" for the Parliament by Chairman Tehrik-e-Insaf Imran Khan and Sh. Rasheed Ahmed while addressing to a Procession in Lahore
Adopted
National 51 5 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
The House strongly condemns using the words "Laanti" and "Hazar bar Laanat" for the Parliament by Chairman Tehrik-e-Insaf Imran Khan and Sh. Rasheed Ahmed while addressing to a Procession in Lahore
Adopted
National 51 5 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
The House strongly condemns using the words "Laanti" and "Hazar bar Laanat" for the Parliament by Chairman Tehrik-e-Insaf Imran Khan and Sh. Rasheed Ahmed while addressing to a Procession in Lahore
Adopted
National 51 5 Abdul Qahar Khan Wadan, PKMAP
The House strongly condemns using the words "Laanti" and "Hazar bar Laanat" for the Parliament by Chairman Tehrik-e-Insaf Imran Khan and Sh. Rasheed Ahmed while addressing to a Procession in Lahore
Adopted
KP 27 8 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
This Assembly disapproves the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa local Government (Amendment) Ordinance, 2017(Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ord. No. Ill of 2017) being unconstitutional as contrary to Article 140A of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 51 3 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to reduce the prices of petroleum products in the country
Not Taken Up
National 51 3 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to reduce the prices of petroleum products in the country
Not Taken Up
National 51 3 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to reduce the prices of petroleum products in the country
Not Taken Up
National 51 3 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to reduce the prices of petroleum products in the country
Not Taken Up
National 51 3 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide legal aid facility to Pakistanis stuck in Saudi Arabia
Not Taken Up
National 51 3 Aasiya Nasir, JUI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide legal aid facility to Pakistanis stuck in Saudi Arabia
Not Taken Up
National 51 3 Asad Umar, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide all civic facilities to the citizens living in the Katchi Abadis of Islamabad, as guaranteed by the Constitution
Not Taken Up
National 51 3 Abdul Qahar Khan Wadan, PKMAP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to alleviate poverty in the country
Not Taken Up
National 51 3 Mst. Naseema Hafeez Panezai, PKMAP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to alleviate poverty in the country
Not Taken Up
National 51 3 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide jobs on the basis of merit only
Not Taken Up
Sindh 37 5 Saira Shahliani, PPPP
To take steps to improve School Emergency and Management Mechanism
Adopted
Sindh 37 5 Waryyam Faqir, PML-F
Shortage of Doctors and Medicine in Taluka Hospital Sinjhoro
Not Taken Up
Sindh 37 5 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
To regularize the services of Teachers who have passed National Testing Service (NTS) examination and the Sindh University Test from all over the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 37 5 Saifuddin Khalid, MQM
To take action against Local Administration of District West Karachi, which has badly failed to control sewerage, water leakage and maintenance work problems of my Constituency
Not Taken Up
Sindh 37 5 Syed Muhammad Qamar Abbas Rizvi, MQM
NADRA may increase its number of facilitation Centers in Sindh Province at UC level
Not Taken Up
KP 27 7 Nighat Orakzai, PPPP
To arrest the culprits involved in the brutal killing of Zainab
Adopted
KP 27 7 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
To arrest the culprits involved in the brutal killing of Zainab
Adopted
KP 27 7 Yasmeen Pir Muhammad Khan, ANP
To arrest the culprits involved in the brutal killing of Zainab
Adopted
KP 27 7 Meraj Hamayun Khan, QWP
To arrest the culprits involved in the brutal killing of Zainab
Adopted
KP 27 7 Rashda Riffat, JI
To arrest the culprits involved in the brutal killing of Zainab
Adopted
KP 27 7 Naseem Hayat, PTI
To arrest the culprits involved in the brutal killing of Zainab
Adopted
KP 27 7 Sikandar Hayat Khan, QWP
To arrest the culprits involved in the brutal killing of Zainab
Adopted
KP 27 7 Syed Muhammad Ali Shah, PPPP
To arrest the culprits involved in the brutal killing of Zainab
Adopted
KP 27 7 Naseem Hayat, PTI
To improve the status of the Peshawar Airport
Adopted
KP 27 7 Najma Shaheen, JUI
To improve the status of the Peshawar Airport
Adopted
KP 27 7 Uzma Khan, JUI
To improve the status of the Peshawar Airport
Adopted
KP 27 7 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
To improve the status of the Peshawar Airport
Adopted
KP 27 7 Meher Taj Roghani, PTI
To improve the status of the Peshawar Airport
Adopted
KP 27 7 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
To give provincial autonomy to the provinces under the 18th Amendment
Adopted
KP 27 7 Pervaiz Khattak, PTI
Article-147 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan provides that:- " Notwithstanding anything contained in the constitution, the Government of a Province may, with the consent of the Federal Government 1 entrust either conditionally or unconditionally, to the Federal Government, or to its officers, functions in relation to any matter to which the executive authority of the province extends1 provided that the Provincial Government shall get the function so entrusted ratified by the Provincial Assembly with in sixty days". WHEREAS, China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a land mark project has been undertaken by the Federal Government in all the federating units; WHEREAS, provision of security to the incoming Chinese investors and workers for Government sponsored CPEC projects being National undertaking, requires through synchronised, coordinated and in a synergic manner; WHEREAS, in order to fulfill this National understanding, the Government of Pakistan has raised Special Security Divison (SSD) as an integral component of Pakistan Army for ensuring security of Chinese employed on Government sponsored CPEC projects; AND WHEREAS, the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has already conveyed concurrence of the Provincial Government to the Federal Government for deployment of Army I SSD troops and leading the existing security apartus under Articles-147 & 245 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, acompanied with Sections 4 & 5 of Anti Terrorim Act, 1997 for the protection of Chinese associated with Government sponsored 'CPEC projects; NOW, therefore, the Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtukhwa in the National interest as well as of-Khyber Pakhtukhwa ratifies deployment of Army I SSD troops and Civil Armed Forces for the protection of Chinese citizens working on Government sponsored projects of CPEC in the province, as per the agreed TORs
Adopted
KP 27 6 Imtiaz Shahid, PTI
This Assembly calls upon the Federal Government to take immediate steps for the merger of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) into the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by bringing necessary constitutional amendments and such other enactments as required on the popular demand of the people of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This Assembly also agrees upon bringing consequential territoriaI changes and altering its limits in view of any such legislative instruments as required under clause (4) of Article 239 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan due to inclusion of FATA, as def inedin Article 246(c), into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. This Assembly is also of the opinion that further delay in the merger of FATA into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is detrimental to the larger interests of the Federation and common cause of the people of FATA and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 27 6 Nighat Orakzai, PPPP
This Assembly calls upon the Federal Government to take immediate steps for the merger of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) into the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by bringing necessary constitutional amendments and such other enactments as required on the popular demand of the people of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This Assembly also agrees upon bringing consequential territoriaI changes and altering its limits in view of any such legislative instruments as required under clause (4) of Article 239 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan due to inclusion of FATA, as def inedin Article 246(c), into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. This Assembly is also of the opinion that further delay in the merger of FATA into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is detrimental to the larger interests of the Federation and common cause of the people of FATA and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 27 6 Habib Ur Rahman, JI
This Assembly calls upon the Federal Government to take immediate steps for the merger of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) into the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by bringing necessary constitutional amendments and such other enactments as required on the popular demand of the people of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This Assembly also agrees upon bringing consequential territoriaI changes and altering its limits in view of any such legislative instruments as required under clause (4) of Article 239 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan due to inclusion of FATA, as def inedin Article 246(c), into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. This Assembly is also of the opinion that further delay in the merger of FATA into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is detrimental to the larger interests of the Federation and common cause of the people of FATA and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 27 6 Muhammmad Atif, PTI
This Assembly calls upon the Federal Government to take immediate steps for the merger of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) into the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by bringing necessary constitutional amendments and such other enactments as required on the popular demand of the people of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This Assembly also agrees upon bringing consequential territoriaI changes and altering its limits in view of any such legislative instruments as required under clause (4) of Article 239 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan due to inclusion of FATA, as def inedin Article 246(c), into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. This Assembly is also of the opinion that further delay in the merger of FATA into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is detrimental to the larger interests of the Federation and common cause of the people of FATA and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 27 6 Abdul Munim, AJIP
This Assembly calls upon the Federal Government to take immediate steps for the merger of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) into the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by bringing necessary constitutional amendments and such other enactments as required on the popular demand of the people of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This Assembly also agrees upon bringing consequential territoriaI changes and altering its limits in view of any such legislative instruments as required under clause (4) of Article 239 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan due to inclusion of FATA, as def inedin Article 246(c), into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. This Assembly is also of the opinion that further delay in the merger of FATA into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is detrimental to the larger interests of the Federation and common cause of the people of FATA and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 27 6 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
This Assembly calls upon the Federal Government to take immediate steps for the merger of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) into the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by bringing necessary constitutional amendments and such other enactments as required on the popular demand of the people of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This Assembly also agrees upon bringing consequential territoriaI changes and altering its limits in view of any such legislative instruments as required under clause (4) of Article 239 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan due to inclusion of FATA, as def inedin Article 246(c), into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. This Assembly is also of the opinion that further delay in the merger of FATA into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is detrimental to the larger interests of the Federation and common cause of the people of FATA and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 27 6 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
This Assembly calls upon the Federal Government to take immediate steps for the merger of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) into the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by bringing necessary constitutional amendments and such other enactments as required on the popular demand of the people of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This Assembly also agrees upon bringing consequential territoriaI changes and altering its limits in view of any such legislative instruments as required under clause (4) of Article 239 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan due to inclusion of FATA, as def inedin Article 246(c), into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. This Assembly is also of the opinion that further delay in the merger of FATA into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is detrimental to the larger interests of the Federation and common cause of the people of FATA and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 27 6 Mehmood Jan, PTI
This Assembly calls upon the Federal Government to take immediate steps for the merger of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) into the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by bringing necessary constitutional amendments and such other enactments as required on the popular demand of the people of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This Assembly also agrees upon bringing consequential territoriaI changes and altering its limits in view of any such legislative instruments as required under clause (4) of Article 239 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan due to inclusion of FATA, as def inedin Article 246(c), into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. This Assembly is also of the opinion that further delay in the merger of FATA into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is detrimental to the larger interests of the Federation and common cause of the people of FATA and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 27 6 Mohammad Arif, PTI
This Assembly calls upon the Federal Government to take immediate steps for the merger of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) into the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by bringing necessary constitutional amendments and such other enactments as required on the popular demand of the people of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This Assembly also agrees upon bringing consequential territoriaI changes and altering its limits in view of any such legislative instruments as required under clause (4) of Article 239 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan due to inclusion of FATA, as def inedin Article 246(c), into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. This Assembly is also of the opinion that further delay in the merger of FATA into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is detrimental to the larger interests of the Federation and common cause of the people of FATA and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
National 50 9 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House pays rich tributes to the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) the greatest personality, chief of the created beings, divine blessing for the worlds, last of the Prophets, on his auspicious birthday and expressing it’s heartfelt attachment with him, resolves to mould our individual and collective way of life in accordance with his teachings and follow his good examples in letter and spirit, thus Insha Allah, creating peace and tranquility in Pakistan and all over the world
Not Taken Up
National 50 9 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House pays rich tributes to the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) the greatest personality, chief of the created beings, divine blessing for the worlds, last of the Prophets, on his auspicious birthday and expressing it’s heartfelt attachment with him, resolves to mould our individual and collective way of life in accordance with his teachings and follow his good examples in letter and spirit, thus Insha Allah, creating peace and tranquility in Pakistan and all over the world
Not Taken Up
National 50 9 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
This House pays rich tributes to the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) the greatest personality, chief of the created beings, divine blessing for the worlds, last of the Prophets, on his auspicious birthday and expressing it’s heartfelt attachment with him, resolves to mould our individual and collective way of life in accordance with his teachings and follow his good examples in letter and spirit, thus Insha Allah, creating peace and tranquility in Pakistan and all over the world
Not Taken Up
National 50 9 Aisha Syed, JI
This House pays rich tributes to the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) the greatest personality, chief of the created beings, divine blessing for the worlds, last of the Prophets, on his auspicious birthday and expressing it’s heartfelt attachment with him, resolves to mould our individual and collective way of life in accordance with his teachings and follow his good examples in letter and spirit, thus Insha Allah, creating peace and tranquility in Pakistan and all over the world
Not Taken Up
National 50 9 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to alleviate poverty in the country
Not Taken Up
National 50 9 Asad Umar, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide Sui Gas connections to rural areas of Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 50 9 Shaikh Salahuddin, 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
Not Taken Up
National 50 9 Khalida Mansoor, 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
Senate 271 6 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
Whereas it is a fact that the Government of USA has been demanding compensation from countries accused of involvement in damages caused to the lives and properties of its citizens; Whereas it is also a fact that damages have been caused to the lives and properties of many innocent citizens of Pakistan by the US drone attacks inside Pakistan since 2000; Therefore, this House recommends to the Government to demand payment of compensation from the US Government on account of lives lost and damages done to the lives and properties of innocent citizens of Pakistan as a result of drone attacks inside Pakistan since 2000; The House also urges upon the Government to send copies of this Resolution to the UN General Assembly, NATO, EU, Commonwealth and APA member States in order to highlight impact of drone attacks on the social, economic and psychological conditions of the victims
Adopted
Senate 271 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to introduce unified pay scales for all Federal Government employees including those working in corporations, institutions and entities being paid from the Federal Government Funds
Rejected
Senate 271 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House recommends that the Government should impose ban on the sale of soft and energy drinks in all educational institutions established in Islamabad and cantonment areas in the country
Adopted
Senate 271 6 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government should lay all international conventions, treaties, covenants, commitments and agreements signed or ratified by the Government of Pakistan before both Houses of Parliament
Adopted
Senate 271 6 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to control the lowering of Water Table in the country
Deferred
Senate 271 6 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should facilitate all those persons who left Pakistan at the time of partition or after that, and settled in other countries, in case they want to visit their motherland for religious or tourism purposes or they want to make investment or engage in some trade and business in the country
Adopted
Senate 271 6 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take steps to increase the age limit for appointment of women in the Government sector upto 35 years
Dropped
Senate 271 6 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House recommends that all the schools, colleges and universities under the administrative control of the Federal Government should be opened for, at least, half day on the eve of Kashmir Day (5th February), Pakistan Day (23rd March), Labour Day (1st May), Independence Day (14th August), Iqbal Day (9th November), Quaid-e-Azam Day (25th December), 12th Rabi ul Awal (Eid Milad Nabi) and 9th Moharram (Youm-e-Ashura) to make the students understand the importance of these days
Deferred
KP 27 4 Meher Taj Roghani, PTI
Recommending the government to direct Pakistani embassies regarding improving facilitation mechanisms for Pakistanis abroad
Adopted
KP 27 4 Shuakat Ali Yousaf Zai, PTI
Recommending the government to direct Pakistani embassies regarding improving facilitation mechanisms for Pakistanis abroad
Adopted
KP 27 4 Bakht Baidar, QWP
Recommending the government to direct Pakistani embassies regarding improving facilitation mechanisms for Pakistanis abroad
Adopted
KP 27 4 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
Recommending the government to direct Pakistani embassies regarding improving facilitation mechanisms for Pakistanis abroad
Adopted
KP 27 4 Mehmood Jan, PTI
Recommending the government to direct Pakistani embassies regarding improving facilitation mechanisms for Pakistanis abroad
Adopted
KP 27 4 Habib Ur Rahman, JI
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Sardar Aurangzeb, PML-N
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Sardar Hussain Babak, ANP
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Mian Zia Ur Rehman, PML-N
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Shuakat Ali Yousaf Zai, PTI
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Mufti Said Janan, JUI
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Mehmood Jan, PTI
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Shah Hussain, JUI
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Muhammad Rashad Khan, PML-N
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 4 Nighat Orakzai, PPPP
Condemning the US decision to shift its embassy to Jerusalem
Adopted
KP 27 1 Inayat Ullah, JI
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Imtiaz Shahid, PTI
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Sahibzada Sanaullah, PPPP
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Sikandar Hayat Khan, QWP
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Bakht Baidar, QWP
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Fakhr Azam Wazir, PPPP
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Abdul Sattar, PML-N
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Mufti Said Janan, JUI
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Zareen Gul, JUI
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Shah Hussain, JUI
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Shah Faisal Khan, IND
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
KP 27 1 Munawar Khan Advocate, JUI
The federal government to take practical steps for release of Pakistanis languishing in various prisons of Saudi Arabia
Adopted
National 50 4 Naeema Kishwar Khan, JUI
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 50 4 Shakila Luqman, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to alleviate poverty in the country
Not Taken Up
National 50 4 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control environmental pollution in the country
Not Taken Up
National 50 4 Sher Akbar Khan, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control environmental pollution in the country
Not Taken Up
National 50 4 Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control environmental pollution in the country
Not Taken Up
National 50 4 Aisha Syed, JI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control environmental pollution in the country
Not Taken Up
National 50 4 Shaikh Salahuddin, 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
Not Taken Up
National 50 4 Shaikh Rohale Asghar, 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
Senate 271 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
To reject and condemn the unilateral announcement of US President to shift US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
Adopted
Senate 271 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
To reject and condemn the unilateral announcement of US President to shift US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
Adopted
Senate 271 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government should lay all international conventions, treaties, covenants, commitments and agreements signed or ratified by the Government of Pakistan before both Houses of Parliament
Not Taken Up
Senate 271 1 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to control the lowering of Water Table in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 271 1 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should facilitate all those persons who left Pakistan at the time of partition or after that, and settled in other countries, in case they want to visit their motherland for religious or tourism purposes or they want to make investment or engage in some trade and business in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 271 1 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House remember and pay tribute to the martyrs of the Army Public School, Peshawar, on the third anniversary of the deadliest terrorist attack in Pakistan's history, which claimed the lives of more than 140 people, mostly children. The supreme sacrifices rendered by children and teachers on 16th December, 2014 cannot go in vain, and we as a nation must stand together to eliminate the scourge of terrorism and violent extremism from our soil once and for all
Not Taken Up
Senate 271 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House recommends that the Government may investigate all business houses and persons whose names appeared in Panama Paper leaks during the year 2016
Not Taken Up
Senate 271 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to introduce unified pay scales for all Federal Government employees including those working in corporations, institutions and entities being paid from the Federal Government Funds
Not Taken Up
Senate 271 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
Following the Kathmandu Declaration for the rights of South Asian Home Based Workers (HBWs); Recognizing them as laborers, as ILO Convention C177 which highlights the rights of HBWs; This House recommends that the Government should conduct a census of home-based workers and map them according to the task they perform
Not Taken Up
Senate 271 1 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House recommends that the Government should make a policy for provision of Jammers for private vehicles to high profile figures like, Members of the National Assembly, Senate and Provincial Assemblies, Heads of Political Parties, Ex-Chief Ministers and Governors owing to security reasons
Not Taken Up
National 50 1 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Ameer Zaman, JUI
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Muhammad Ijaz-Ul-Haq, PML-Z
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, MQM
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Dr. Arif Alvi, PTI
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Sahibzada Tariq Ullah, JI
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, ANP
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, QWP
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Shaikh Salahuddin, MQM
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
National 50 1 Dawar Khan Kundi, PTI
The National Assembly unanimously and strongly condemns the United States decision to recognize Jerusalem as the so called Capital of Israel and to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. This is a direct attack on the Muslim Ummah at a time when the Middle East is already beset with wars and conflicts. The US move is also a violation of international law, United Nations Security Council resolutions, namely resolutions No. 252 (1968), 267 (1969), 465, 476 and 478 (1980), including the recent resolution 2334 (2016) and global consensus on how to resolve the Palestine conflict. The National Assembly endorses the Final Communiqué of the OIC in Jaddah dated 4th December, 2017 and calls on the Government to immediately mobilize the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) into taking concrete diplomatic steps against this US action. The National Assembly also demands the United States to immediately take back the said decision
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Obaidullah Jan Alias Babat, PKMAP
Recommending the federal government to take steps to register 12.17 million eligible-age unregistered women on electoral rolls including 600,000 from Balochistan by making their Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs)
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
Recommending the federal government to take steps to register 12.17 million eligible-age unregistered women on electoral rolls including 600,000 from Balochistan by making their Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs)
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
Recommending the federal government to take steps to register 12.17 million eligible-age unregistered women on electoral rolls including 600,000 from Balochistan by making their Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs)
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
Recommending the federal government to take steps to register 12.17 million eligible-age unregistered women on electoral rolls including 600,000 from Balochistan by making their Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs)
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
Recommending the federal government to take steps to register 12.17 million eligible-age unregistered women on electoral rolls including 600,000 from Balochistan by making their Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs)
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Starting Pashtoo service in Bureau office of Associated Press of Pakistan Quetta and regularizing the services of contractual employees there
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Obaidullah Jan Alias Babat, PKMAP
Starting Pashtoo service in Bureau office of Associated Press of Pakistan Quetta and regularizing the services of contractual employees there
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
Starting Pashtoo service in Bureau office of Associated Press of Pakistan Quetta and regularizing the services of contractual employees there
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
Starting Pashtoo service in Bureau office of Associated Press of Pakistan Quetta and regularizing the services of contractual employees there
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
Starting Pashtoo service in Bureau office of Associated Press of Pakistan Quetta and regularizing the services of contractual employees there
Adopted
Balochistan 46 4 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
Starting Pashtoo service in Bureau office of Associated Press of Pakistan Quetta and regularizing the services of contractual employees there
Adopted
Balochistan 46 3 Molana Abdul Wasay, JUI
Condemning US decision about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
Adopted
Balochistan 46 3 Engineer Zmarak Khan, ANP
Condemning US decision about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
Adopted
Balochistan 46 3 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
Condemning US decision about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
Adopted
Balochistan 46 3 Molvi Maazullah Musakhel, JUI
Condemning US decision about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
Adopted
Balochistan 46 3 Mufti Gulab Khan, JUI
Condemning US decision about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
Adopted
Balochistan 46 3 Khalil-ur-Rehman, JUI
Condemning US decision about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
Adopted
Balochistan 46 3 Haji Abdul Malik Kakar, JUI
Condemning US decision about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
Adopted
Balochistan 46 3 Husan Bano, JUI
Condemning US decision about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
Adopted
Balochistan 46 3 Shahida Rauf, JUI
Condemning US decision about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
Adopted
Balochistan 46 3 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
Setting up Office of Press Council of Pakistan in Quetta
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 46 3 Samina Khan, PML-N
Improving visa courier services in Quetta
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 46 3 Kishwar Ahmed, PML-N
Improving visa courier services in Quetta
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 46 2 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Demanding the federal government to ensure uninterrupted supply of gas in Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 46 2 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
Demanding the federal government to ensure uninterrupted supply of gas in Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 46 2 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
Demanding the federal government to ensure uninterrupted supply of gas in Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 46 2 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
Demanding the federal government to ensure uninterrupted supply of gas in Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 46 2 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
Demanding the federal government to ensure uninterrupted supply of gas in Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 46 2 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
About restoration of railway line from Zhob to Bostan
Adopted
Balochistan 46 2 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
About restoration of railway line from Zhob to Bostan
Adopted
Balochistan 46 2 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
About restoration of railway line from Zhob to Bostan
Adopted
Balochistan 46 2 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
About restoration of railway line from Zhob to Bostan
Adopted
Balochistan 46 2 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
About restoration of railway line from Zhob to Bostan
Adopted
Balochistan 46 2 Sardar Dur Mohammad Nasar, PML-N
Provision of five percent share from income of Oil and Gas Development Company Limited and Mari Gas Company for development in three districts including Naseerabad, Jafferabad and Sohbatpur
Adopted
Balochistan 46 1 Mir Izhar Hussain Khosa, PML-N
Demanded special share from OGDCL for development of three districts including Naseerabad, Jafferabad and Sohbatpur
Deferred
Balochistan 46 1 Sardar Dur Mohammad Nasar, PML-N
Tax relaxation for importers of Balochistan
Deferred
Punjab 33 2 Muhammad Waheed Gull, PML-N
Demanding inclusion of chapter of Khatam-e-Nabuwwat in the syllabus of schools and colleges
Adopted
Senate 270 5 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House recommends that the Government should encourage manufacturing of Solar Cells within the country by reducing Taxes and GST on the same
Withdrawn
Senate 270 5 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
“Cognizant of the fact that maritime industry is a dynamic component in the socio-economic configuration of a maritime nation; Realizing that Pakistan has a great strategic location and is blessed with a long coastline and abundant maritime resources which have not yet been utilized to its full potential; Mindful of the fact that with the onset of CPEC, maritime activities in Pakistan will increase manifold and the cooperation between ports and shipping industry would become more important for systematic development of maritime sector of the country; Recognizing the importance of maritime sector in the country’s economy, this House recommends that an over-arching coordinating body namely,- “The Pakistan Maritime Authority” should be established to help resolve governance and communication issues amongst various departments, sectors and Ministries, to ensure adherence to policy guidelines, timely planning for anticipated events and prevention of miscommunication and information gaps which will ultimately serve to bolster the country’s economy.”
Rejected
Senate 270 5 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The House recommends that the Government should make arrangements to set up a branch of National Bank of Pakistan at Mangal Mela of Tehsil Domail in District Bannu
Adopted
Senate 270 5 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The House recommends that the Government should make fool-proof security arrangements for the pilgrims going to Iran by road via Taftan border crossing
Adopted
Senate 270 5 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House recommends that the Government should lay all international conventions, treaties, covenants, commitments and agreements signed or ratified by the Government of Pakistan before both Houses of Parliament
Deferred
Senate 270 5 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should ban manufacturing, import and sale of "Toy Weapons" in the country
Adopted
Senate 270 5 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI
The House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to control the lowering of Water Table in the country
Deferred
Senate 270 5 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should facilitate all those persons who left Pakistan at the time of partition or after that, and settled in other countries, in case they want to visit their motherland for religious or tourism purposes or they want to make investment or engage in some trade and business in the country
Deferred
Senate 270 5 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take steps to abolish interest on car, motorcycle and House Building advances being granted to the Federal Government servants
Adopted
Sindh 36 15 Ghazala Siyal, PPPP
The Sindh government to approach the federal government for including 13 million un-registered women in the voters list
Adopted
Sindh 36 15 Heer Soho, MQM
The Sindh government to approach the federal government for including 13 million un-registered women in the voters list
Adopted
Sindh 36 15 Rubina Saadat Qaimkhani, PPPP
Seeking better water provision and sanitation in the province
Reffered To Committee
Sindh 36 15 Naila Munir, MQM
The Sindh government to approach the federal government for including 13 million un-registered women in the voters list
Adopted
Sindh 36 15 Naheed Begum, MQM
The Sindh government to approach the federal government for including 13 million un-registered women in the voters list
Adopted
Sindh 36 15 Rana Ansar, MQM
The Sindh government to approach the federal government for including 13 million un-registered women in the voters list
Adopted
Sindh 37 1 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
This assembly express its sense of grief on the dismiss of sitting member Sardar ahmad Ali Pitafi. The house pays tribute to his services as a public representative, pray for the departed soul to be blessed with higher place in janat ul firdous and grant patience to the bared family to bear the incrarable loss
Adopted
Sindh 36 13 Soorath Thebo, PML-N
Minimum 120 days paid maternity leave be granted to the women workforce
Adopted
Sindh 36 13 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
Tendency of establishing Industries/Factories be encouraged
Adopted
Sindh 36 13 Rana Ansar, MQM
To ensure provision of mandatory gates at all Railway crossings for the safety and security of the people
Adopted
Sindh 36 13 Muhammad Saleem Rajput, MQM
Unannounced load shedding of electricity and gas in Sukkur
Adopted
Sindh 36 13 Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi, MQM
Various Trade Zones be established in the surroundings of the cities of Sindh and all Major Markets be shifted in these zones
Adopted
National 49 4 Jamshaid Ahmad Dasti, IND
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase the rental ceiling for Government residential accommodation of Federal Government employees
Not Taken Up
National 49 4 Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to improve maintenance of the medical equipments in the Federal Capital hospitals
Not Taken Up
Senate 270 2 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
“Cognizant of the fact that maritime industry is a dynamic component in the socio-economic configuration of a maritime nation; Realizing that Pakistan has a great strategic location and is blessed with a long coastline and abundant maritime resources which have not yet been utilized to its full potential; Mindful of the fact that with the onset of CPEC, maritime activities in Pakistan will increase manifold and the cooperation between ports and shipping industry would become more important for systematic development of maritime sector of the country; Recognizing the importance of maritime sector in the country’s economy, this House recommends that an over-arching coordinating body namely,- “The Pakistan Maritime Authority” should be established to help resolve governance and communication issues amongst various departments, sectors and Ministries, to ensure adherence to policy guidelines, timely planning for anticipated events and prevention of miscommunication and information gaps which will ultimately serve to bolster the country’s economy.”
Deferred
Senate 270 2 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The House recommends that the Government should make arrangements to set up a branch of National Bank of Pakistan at Mangal Mela of Tehsil Domail in District Bannu
Deferred
Senate 270 2 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure safety and security of all educational, religious and other public places in ICT
Adopted
Senate 270 2 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House recommends that the Government should encourage manufacturing of Solar Cells within the country by reducing Taxes and GST on the same
Deferred
Senate 270 2 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take effective steps to strengthen Police and other security institutions in the Federal Capital on modern footings
Adopted
Senate 270 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The House recommends that the Government should make fool-proof security arrangements for the pilgrims going to Iran by road via Taftan border crossing
Deferred
Senate 270 2 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House recommends that the Government should establish a Research Institute (Think Tank) to give its input to the Government on different national and international issues
Adopted
Sindh 36 10 Rana Ansar, MQM
To appoint Lady Teachers in Primary Schools to educate children for having better results in the Province
Adopted
Sindh 36 10 Saeed Khan Nizamani, PML-F
To commence Sugar Cane crushing on time and fix official rate of cane crop
Adopted
Sindh 36 10 Khairunisa Mughal, PPPP
To frame policy/make law for domestic workers (including women) for their protection and take efforts to get them registered at their workplaces in the Province
Reffered To Committee
Sindh 36 10 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
To remove all unruly cable wires hung all over the city on electric poles
Not Taken Up
Sindh 36 10 Kamran Akhtar, MQM
To establish printing presses to cater to the needs of visually impaired individuals and equip those printing presses with advanced technology
Not Taken Up
Sindh 36 9 Abdul Sattar Rajper, PPPP
This house resolve that provincial government lift ban on the student unions in educational institution in the province
Adopted
Sindh 36 9 Abdul Aziz Junejo, PPPP
This house resolve that provincial government lift ban on the student unions in educational institution in the province
Adopted
Sindh 36 9 Nusrat Sultana, PPPP
This house resolve that provincial government lift ban on the student unions in educational institution in the province
Adopted
Sindh 36 9 Syed Awais Qadir Shah, PPPP
This house resolve that provincial government lift ban on the student unions in educational institution in the province
Adopted
Sindh 36 9 Saleem Raza Jalbani, PPPP
This house resolve that provincial government lift ban on the student unions in educational institution in the province
Adopted
Sindh 36 9 Faraz Dero, PPPP
This house resolve that provincial government lift ban on the student unions in educational institution in the province
Adopted
Sindh 36 9 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
This house resolve that provincial government lift ban on the student unions in educational institution in the province
Adopted
Sindh 36 9 Iram Khalid, PPPP
Commemorates World Science Community especially women and salute their efforts
Adopted
Sindh 36 9 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
Commemorates World Science Community especially women and salute their efforts
Adopted
Sindh 36 9 Mahtab Akbar Shah Rashidi, PML-F
Commemorates World Science Community especially women and salute their efforts
Adopted
Sindh 36 7 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
To express deep sense of grief on sad demise of Writer, Scholar, Philosopher and a early teacher of SMIU Muhamad Ibrahim Joyo
Adopted
Sindh 36 7 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
Demanding unconditional apology from The federal Minister Jawed Shah for injuring the sentiments of people of Sindh and other provinces on Kala Bagh Dam issue
Adopted
Sindh 36 7 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
To pay rich tribute to the poet Allama Iqbal on his birthday
Adopted
Sindh 36 6 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
Recommending the provincial government to take up the issues of zakat fund
Adopted
Sindh 36 6 Khairunisa Mughal, PPPP
Recent increase in petroleum prices with federal government
Adopted
Sindh 36 6 Ghazala Siyal, PPPP
Recent increase in petroleum prices with federal government
Adopted
Sindh 36 6 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
Recommending the provincial government to take up the issues of zakat fund
Adopted
Sindh 36 6 Khawaja Izhar Ul Hassan, MQM
Recommending the provincial government to take up the issues of zakat fund
Adopted
Sindh 36 6 Sumeta Afzal Syed, MQM
Recommending the provincial government to take up the issues of zakat fund
Adopted
Sindh 36 6 Heer Soho, MQM
Recommending the provincial government to take up the issues of zakat fund
Adopted
Sindh 36 6 Naheed Begum, MQM
Recommending the provincial government to take up the issues of zakat fund
Adopted
Senate 269 14 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
Paying tribute to the legendary scholar Muhammad Ibrahim Joyo who had passed away
Adopted
Sindh 36 5 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, PML-F
During a clash between two student groups in Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, the students who were on hunger strike have been rusticated from the University
Adopted
Sindh 36 5 Rana Ansar, MQM
To stop issuing over billing/deduction bills of electricity in the Province particularly in Hyderabad
Adopted
Sindh 36 5 Ghazala Siyal, PPPP
To withdraw the recent increase in petroleum products which badly affect the economy and the general public
Not Taken Up
Sindh 36 5 Syed Sardar Ahmed, MQM
Government of Sindh may consider donating some funds as a token relief to the Muslim refugees of Myanmar in Bangladesh who are in great distress
Adopted
Sindh 36 5 Saira Shahliani, PPPP
To restore the old and original name of ‘Ghari Khairo City’ Which was known as ‘Ghari Khairo Jamali’
Not Taken Up
Sindh 36 4 Sikandar Ali Shoro, PPPP
This House pays tribute to great Sufi Saint, Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, on the occasion of 274th Anniversary. Shah Abdul Latif professed peace, tolerance and love for humanity through his poetry, which has an everlasting universal influence
Adopted
Sindh 36 4 Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, PPPP
This Assembly condemns the attitude of Tehreek Insaf Leadership for demanding early elections and dissolving the democratically elected assemblies. This state of mind is tantamount to disregard the right of citizens of the Country who elect their representatives for 5 years in accordance with the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. When the Government is effectively undertaking development works, controlling law and order situation and engaged in important foreign investment projects like CEPEC. The demand is surprising indicating sabotage of system and insult to the electorate which is totally rejected
Adopted
Senate 269 11 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
The House recommends that ban should be imposed on conversion of agricultural land and hills, under the administrative control of the Federal Government, into residential and commercial land
Adopted
Senate 269 11 Karim Ahmed Khawaja, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should launch a separate channel of PTV for children to foster their interest in education, science, general knowledge and creativity and to inculcate in them the true spirit of culture, identity and ideology of Pakistan
Adopted
Senate 269 11 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should pay the amount of Rental Ceiling to the Government employees along-with their salaries to enable them to hire private accommodations without unnecessary official bottlenecks
Adopted
Senate 269 11 Muddassir Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Cognizant of the fact that maritime industry is a dynamic component in the socio-economic configuration of a maritime nation; Realizing that Pakistan has a great strategic location and is blessed with a long coastline and abundant maritime resources which have not yet been utilized to its full potential; Mindful of the fact that with the onset of CPEC, maritime activities in Pakistan will increase manifold and the cooperation between ports and shipping industry would become more important for systematic development of maritime sector of the country; Recognizing the importance of maritime sector in the country’s economy, this House recommends that an over-arching coordinating body namely,- The Pakistan Maritime Authority” should be established to help resolve governance and communication issues amongst various departments, sectors and Ministries, to ensure adherence to policy guidelines, timely planning for anticipated events and prevention of miscommunication and information gaps which will ultimately serve to bolster the country’s economy
Deferred
Senate 269 11 Baz Muhammad Khan, ANP
The House recommends that the Government should make arrangements to set up a branch of National Bank of Pakistan at Mangal Mela of Tehsil Domail in District Bannu
Deferred
Sindh 36 1 Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the biased policies of National Accountability Bureau, as shown in the arrest of Honorable Member, Provincial Assembly of Sindh Mr. Sharjeel Inam Memon towards whom evidence personally driven, adopted to tarnish his image and to create a political turmoil. This arbitrary treatment by the NB is completely discriminatory, unlawful and in contrary to Article 25 of the Constitution. Honorable member of the House Mr. Sharjeel Inam Memon had returned to Pakistan to face any charges against him. He showed his confidence in the law and Courts of Pakistan for justice. Whereas it may have been expedient for him to not return to Pakistan and counter the accusation against him, proves his commitment to justice and his faith in the judiciary. This House also resolves and recommends that the Sindh Government approach the Federal Government to adopt a uniform policy throughout Pakistan Judicial System and to strictly follow it through. No citizen of any status shall have separate law deriving from his caste, religion and or political affiliation. We shall practice and promote equality which will strengthen the public's confidence in the courts and law
Adopted
Sindh 36 1 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the biased policies of National Accountability Bureau, as shown in the arrest of Honorable Member, Provincial Assembly of Sindh Mr. Sharjeel Inam Memon towards whom evidence personally driven, adopted to tarnish his image and to create a political turmoil. This arbitrary treatment by the NB is completely discriminatory, unlawful and in contrary to Article 25 of the Constitution. Honorable member of the House Mr. Sharjeel Inam Memon had returned to Pakistan to face any charges against him. He showed his confidence in the law and Courts of Pakistan for justice. Whereas it may have been expedient for him to not return to Pakistan and counter the accusation against him, proves his commitment to justice and his faith in the judiciary. This House also resolves and recommends that the Sindh Government approach the Federal Government to adopt a uniform policy throughout Pakistan Judicial System and to strictly follow it through. No citizen of any status shall have separate law deriving from his caste, religion and or political affiliation. We shall practice and promote equality which will strengthen the public's confidence in the courts and law
Adopted
Sindh 36 1 Ghazala Siyal, PPPP
This House strongly condemns the biased policies of National Accountability Bureau, as shown in the arrest of Honorable Member, Provincial Assembly of Sindh Mr. Sharjeel Inam Memon towards whom evidence personally driven, adopted to tarnish his image and to create a political turmoil. This arbitrary treatment by the NB is completely discriminatory, unlawful and in contrary to Article 25 of the Constitution. Honorable member of the House Mr. Sharjeel Inam Memon had returned to Pakistan to face any charges against him. He showed his confidence in the law and Courts of Pakistan for justice. Whereas it may have been expedient for him to not return to Pakistan and counter the accusation against him, proves his commitment to justice and his faith in the judiciary. This House also resolves and recommends that the Sindh Government approach the Federal Government to adopt a uniform policy throughout Pakistan Judicial System and to strictly follow it through. No citizen of any status shall have separate law deriving from his caste, religion and or political affiliation. We shall practice and promote equality which will strengthen the public's confidence in the courts and law
Adopted
Punjab 32 11 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
Expressing deep concern over recent attack on Mr. Ahmad Noorani, a Senior Journalist and others by unidentified persons and considered it an assault on freedom of press. The resolution strongly condemned these attacks and demanded to bring to justice those responsible for these attacks
Adopted
Senate 269 6 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Federal Government should establish separate university for women in every district of the country
Dropped
Senate 269 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
Adopted
Senate 269 6 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to provide state of the art medical equipments and improve maintenance of the existing equipments in Hospitals in Islamabad
Adopted
Senate 269 6 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps to mark zebra crossings on all roads in Islamabad to facilitate the commuters
Adopted
Senate 269 6 Hafiz Hamdullah, JUI
This House recommends that the Government should conduct an inquiry into the matters pertaining to the release of Raymond Davis, a U.S national, who was involved in a case of double murder, in the light of disclosures made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs in his statement on a calling attention notice which was taken up in the House on 25th August, 2017 and present the report thereof to the House
Dropped
Senate 269 6 Chaudhary Tanvir, PML-N
The House recommends that the Government should launch a Special housing scheme for low income people in Islamabad
Dropped
Senate 269 6 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that necessary amendments may be made in the relevant laws to make provision of stringent punishment for those manufacturing spurious and sub-standard drugs in the country
Adopted
Senate 269 5 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
Condemning the atrocities of India in Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
Punjab 32 7 Najma Afzal Khan, PML-N
Demanding legislation for annual medical checkup of girls/boys students in all private/public educational institutions in Punjab
Adopted
Punjab 32 7 Nighat Sheikh, PML-N
Demanding crackdown against quacks, soothsayers and fake faith-healers in Punjab and to put complete ban on its advertisement and also to initiate legislation against those practicing and involved in this business
Adopted
Punjab 32 7 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
Not Taken Up
Punjab 32 7 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
To give pension book and other remaining rights to a government empolyees through a presentation
Not Taken Up
Punjab 32 7 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
Zakat institute give scholarship to students
Not Taken Up
Punjab 32 2 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 32 2 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 32 2 Ahmed Khan Bhachar, PTI
Demanding to take solid steps to clean drinking water from arsenic
Pending
Punjab 32 2 Nighat Sheikh, PML-N
Demanding to establish mother care centers phase-wise in all girls schools and colleges in Punjab
Withdrawn
Punjab 32 2 Mian Tariq Mehmood, PML-N
Demanding up-gradation of government employees working in BS-16 and 17
Adopted
Punjab 32 2 Syed Waseem Akhtar, JI
Demanding maintaining subsidy on fertilizers, enabling farmers to play effective role in the betterment of country’s economy
Adopted
Punjab 32 2 Ch Muhammad Iqbal, PML-N
Demanding the Federal Government to set targets for Commercial Attaches deputed in Pakistani embassies abroad to play effective role in the export of Pakistani agriculture produce especially rice and condition their promotions and perks on the achievement of these targets
Adopted
Balochistan 45 5 Nasrullah Khan Zayray, PKMAP
Recommending the provincial government to approach the federal government for installation of traffic monitoring system to avoid road accidents
Adopted
Balochistan 45 5 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
Urging the government to constitute the Provincial Finance Commission for fair distribution of resources among districts of the province
Adopted
Balochistan 45 5 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
Urging the government to constitute the Provincial Finance Commission for fair distribution of resources among districts of the province
Adopted
Balochistan 45 5 Sheikh Jaffar Khan Mandokhail, PML
Recommending the provincial government to approach the federal government for installation of traffic monitoring system to avoid road accidents
Adopted
Balochistan 45 5 Spozmi Achakzi, PKMAP
Recommending the provincial government to approach the federal government for installation of traffic monitoring system to avoid road accidents
Adopted
Balochistan 45 5 Arifa Siddique, PKMAP
Recommending the provincial government to approach the federal government for installation of traffic monitoring system to avoid road accidents
Adopted
Balochistan 45 5 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
Recommending the provincial government to approach the federal government for installation of traffic monitoring system to avoid road accidents
Adopted
Balochistan 45 4 Sardar Dur Mohammad Nasar, PML-N
Recommending the provincial government to approach the federal government for revision of the seats allocated to Balochistan in National and Provincial Assembly as per increase in population census
Adopted
Balochistan 45 4 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
Urging the government to constitute the Provincial Finance Commission for fair distribution of resources among districts of the province
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 45 4 Muhammad Khan Lehri, PML-N
Urging the government to constitute the Provincial Finance Commission for fair distribution of resources among districts of the province
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 45 3 Prince Ahmed Ali, PML-N
Concerning rates of the development works
Reffered To Committee
Balochistan 45 3 Yasmeen Bibi, NP
Recommending the government to take steps for preservation and promotion of Balochistan’s archaeological sites
Adopted
Balochistan 45 3 Samina Khan, PML-N
Recommending the installation of speed-monitoring system on Quetta Airport road
Adopted
Balochistan 45 3 Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
Urging the provincial government to move the federal government for amendments in Income Tax Ordinance 2001 and shifting the zonal offices of industries set up in Hub district of Balochistan from Karachi to Hub
Adopted
Balochistan 45 2 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Recommending the federal government to distribute oil and gas resources in the province according to the agreed terms in the Eighteenth Constitutional Amendment
Adopted
KP 26 10 Munawar Khan Advocate, JUI
Recommending the government to regularize the employees of District Development Accounts Committee
Adopted
KP 26 10 Habib Ur Rahman, JI
Recommending the government to regularize the employees of District Development Accounts Committee
Adopted
KP 26 10 Shah Hussain, JUI
Recommending the government to regularize the employees of District Development Accounts Committee
Adopted
KP 26 10 Syed Muhammad Ali Shah, PPPP
Recommending the government to regularize the employees of District Development Accounts Committee
Adopted
KP 26 10 Gul Sahib Khan, PTI
Recommending the government to regularize the employees of District Development Accounts Committee
Adopted
KP 26 10 Arbab Jehandad Khan, PTI
Recommending the government to regularize the employees of District Development Accounts Committee
Adopted
KP 26 10 Sardar Mohammad Idress, PTI
Recommending the government to regularize the employees of District Development Accounts Committee
Adopted
KP 26 10 Muhammmad Atif, PTI
Recommending the government to regularize the employees of District Development Accounts Committee
Adopted
KP 26 10 Aamna Sardar, PML-N
Run a plantation campaign in public and semi-government educational institutions
Adopted
KP 26 10 Imtiaz Shahid, PTI
Run a plantation campaign in public and semi-government educational institutions
Adopted
KP 26 10 Sardar Hussain, PPPP
Run a plantation campaign in public and semi-government educational institutions
Adopted
KP 26 10 Faisal Zaman, PTI
Run a plantation campaign in public and semi-government educational institutions
Adopted
KP 26 10 Askar Pervaiz, JUI
Run a plantation campaign in public and semi-government educational institutions
Adopted
KP 26 10 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
Run a plantation campaign in public and semi-government educational institutions
Adopted
KP 26 10 Yasmeen Pir Muhammad Khan, ANP
Run a plantation campaign in public and semi-government educational institutions
Adopted
KP 26 10 Sahibzada Sanaullah, PPPP
Urge the federal government to provide compensation to the families of Balochistan mine incident victims
Adopted
Senate 269 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
Adopted
Senate 269 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
Dropped
Senate 269 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
Dropped
Senate 269 1 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House recommends that all public sector universities and colleges should make arrangements for admission tests at provincial headquarters
Dropped
Senate 269 1 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 269 1 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
Adopted
Senate 269 1 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
Adopted
Senate 269 1 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
Senate 269 1 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
The House recommends that teaching of fundamental rights and traffic rules be made compulsory part of the syllabus of Pakistan Studies at Matric and Intermediate level in all public and private sector educational institutions under the administrative control of the Federal Government
Dropped
Senate 269 1 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
The House recommends that the Government should ban the import of luxury items including exotic fruit in view of the increasing gap between imports and exports and their adverse effects on the local production of the same in the country
Adopted
Senate 269 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
This House recommends that separate counters should be established for women in NADRA offices in District Mansehra
Adopted
Senate 269 1 Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi, MQM
This House recommends that biometric system should be installed in all the Federal Government hospitals to ensure attendance in time and presence during working hours of the employees of those hospitals
Adopted
Senate 269 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps for the revival of sick or closed, sustainable textile units for the economic benefits of the country
Adopted
Senate 269 1 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps for the revival of sick or closed, sustainable textile units for the economic benefits of the country
Adopted
KP 26 7 Uzma Khan, JUI
To provide suitable facilities to the women prisoners
Adopted
KP 26 7 Aisha Naeem, PTI
To provide suitable facilities to the women prisoners
Adopted
KP 26 7 Sardar Hussain, PPPP
Provide electricity to people of Mastooj from Pakhtunkhwa Energy Development Organization (PEDO)
Adopted
KP 26 5 Haider Ali, PTI
Urging the government to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the University of Swat
Adopted
KP 26 5 Shuakat Ali Yousaf Zai, PTI
Urging the government to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the University of Swat
Adopted
KP 26 5 Mahmood Khan, PTI
Urging the government to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the University of Swat
Adopted
KP 26 5 Amjad Ali, PTI
Urging the government to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the University of Swat
Adopted
KP 26 5 Fazal Hakim, PTI
Urging the government to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the University of Swat
Adopted
KP 26 5 Sardar Aurangzeb, PML-N
Urging the government to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the University of Swat
Adopted
KP 26 5 Inayat Ullah, JI
Urging the government to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the University of Swat
Adopted
KP 26 5 Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli, QWP
Urging the government to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the University of Swat
Adopted
KP 26 5 Bakht Baidar, QWP
Urging the government to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the University of Swat
Adopted
KP 26 5 Shah Hussain, JUI
Urging the government to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the University of Swat
Adopted
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
KP 26 2 Shuakat Ali Yousaf Zai, PTI
To condemn violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar
Adopted
KP 26 2 Muzafar Said, JI
To condemn violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar
Adopted
KP 26 2 Muhammad Ali, JI
To condemn violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar
Adopted
KP 26 2 Inayat Ullah, JI
To condemn violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar
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 45 1 Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, JUI
Condemning the suicide attack on a police vehicle and target killing of a Police Inspector in Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 45 1 Sheikh Jaffar Khan Mandokhail, PML
Condemning the suicide attack on a police vehicle and target killing of a Police Inspector in Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 45 1 Masooma Hayat, PKMAP
Condemning the suicide attack on a police vehicle and target killing of a Police Inspector in Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 45 1 Abdul Kareem Nosherwani, PML
Condemning the suicide attack on a police vehicle and target killing of a Police Inspector in Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 45 1 Abdul Raheem Khan Tareen, PKMAP
Demanding the federal government to restore Waseela-e-Haq and Waseela-e-Rozgar schemes under Benazir Income Support Program
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
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