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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
Senate 298 2 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
to acknowledge and appreciate China’s timely support for Pakistan to fight with corona virus
Adopted
Senate 303 3 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
the sad demise of former Senator Aftab Ahmad Sheikh.
Adopted
Balochistan 27 4 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
demanding the provincial administration to play its role against inflation
Adopted
Balochistan 27 4 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
promote industry and establish technical institutions to overcome unemployment
Adopted
Balochistan 27 4 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
to end unannounced load shedding in the province
Adopted
National 26 2 Saif Ur Rehman, PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Salim Rehman, PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Junaid Akbar, PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Noor Alam Khan, PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Shaukat Ali, PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Sajid Khan, PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Mohsin Javed, IND
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Amjid Ali Khan, PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Ghulam Bibi Bharwana, PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Tahir Iqbal Ch., PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Muhammad Abdul Ghafar Wato, PTI
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
National 26 2 Salah-ud-Din, MQM
demanding to improve prosecution as well as criminal justice systems in the country and restrict police, media and investigation agencies not to disclose the nationality of any accused till confirmation from his/her identity documents
Adopted
Balochistan 27 3 Bushra Rind, BAP
urging the Federal Government to decrease PIA fairs for Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 27 2 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
Current inflation and high prices in province. Bureaucracy must play role and government to to give relief to people living here in Baluchistan as they are patriot and it is the responsibility of the current government to give relief
Deferred
Balochistan 27 2 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
Poverty, unemployment and peace to overcome that government must increase industrial development and human recourse in priority
Deferred
Balochistan 27 2 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
In province there is thousands of people holding illegal local and domicile and working in different department also in federal departments. People are not actually local of Baluchistan even they have not seen Baluchistan yet. Please in priority there must be verification for local and domicile
Adopted
Balochistan 27 2 Shakila Naveed Noor Qazi, BNP
In province there is thousands of people holding illegal local and domicile and working in different department also in federal departments. People are not actually local of Baluchistan even they have not seen Baluchistan yet. Please in priority there must be verification for local and domicile
Adopted
Balochistan 27 2 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
Women of the province from decades are very deprived and not empowers in any sector. Like in education , employment social and political empowerment women empowerment
Adopted
National 26 1 Muhammad Farogh Nasim, MQM
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the International Court of Justice (Review and Reconsideration) Ordinance, 2020 (VI of 2020) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 17-09-2020 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
KP 13 9 Naeema Kishwar, JUI
Demanding the provincial and Federal government to strengthen the democratic institutions including parliament, judiciary, media and election commission.
Adopted
KP 13 9 Asia Saleh Khattak, PTI
Demanding the provincial and Federal government to strengthen the democratic institutions including parliament, judiciary, media and election commission
Adopted
KP 13 9 Humaira Khatoon, MMA
Demanding the provincial and Federal government to strengthen the democratic institutions including parliament, judiciary, media and election commission.
Adopted
Balochistan 27 1 Bushra Rind, BAP
issuance of gratis passport to lawmakers’ families
Adopted
Balochistan 27 1 Danish Kumar, BAP
issuance of gratis passport to lawmakers’ families
Adopted
Punjab 24 5 Ramesh Singh Arora, PML-N
urging the federal government to construct road link Nankana Sahib with motorway
Adopted
Punjab 24 5 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
to prepare insect resilient seeds
Adopted
Punjab 24 5 Sohaib Ahmad Malik, PML-N
to help the flood affected in Tehsil Bhera and Bhalwal
Adopted
Punjab 24 5 Sajid Ahmad Khan, PML
Urging the federal government to conduct inquiry of the responsible for the faulty grid in Mandi Baha ud Din
Adopted
Punjab 24 5 Muhammad Abdullah Warrich, PML
to condemn the blasphemy incident in Sweden and UK’s accusation against Pakistan of suppressing minorities
Adopted
Punjab 24 5 Chaudhary Mohammad Iqbal, PML-N
demanding establishment of a university in Gujranwala
Disposed off
Punjab 24 5 Mehwish Sultana, PML-N
demanding establishment of dog centres
Disposed off
Punjab 24 5 Muhammad Ayub Khan, PML-N
legislation for the provision of group insurance amount to government employees
Disposed off
Punjab 24 3 Sajid Ahmad Khan, PML
urging the provincial government to clean the water drain and provide relief to the flood affected people of the lawmaker’s constituency
Adopted
KP 13 5 Riaz Khan, PTI
On the murder of 5 years old Marva Akhtar in Karachi
Adopted
KP 13 5 Sardar Hussain, ANP
On the murder of 5years old Marva Akhtar in Karachi
Adopted
KP 13 5 Mufti Ubaid ur Rahman, IND
Condemnation of published caricatures of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H Khatamun Nabiyyin) in a Frensh Magazine
Adopted
KP 13 5 Shafi Ullah, PTI
Condemnation of published caricatures of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H Khatamun Nabiyyin) in a Frensh Magazine
Adopted
KP 13 5 Abdul Ghaffar, IND
Condemnation of published caricatures of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H Khatamun Nabiyyin) in a Frensh Magazine
Adopted
KP 13 5 Rehana Ismail, MMA
Condemnation of published caricatures of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H Khatamun Nabiyyin) in a Frensh Magazine
Adopted
KP 13 5 Waqar Ahmad Khan, ANP
Providing gas to PK-7
Adopted
KP 13 4 Humaira Khatoon, MMA
To Celebrate 4th September as a Hijab day
Adopted
KP 13 4 Naeema Kishwar, JUI
To Celebrate 4th September as a Hijab day
Adopted
KP 13 4 Rehana Ismail, MMA
To Celebrate 4th September as a Hijab day
Adopted
Punjab 22 4 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Infectious Diseases (Prevention and Control) Ordinance 2020 (II of 2020), promulgated on 27 March 2020, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 25 June 2020
Not Taken Up
Punjab 22 4 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Local Government (Amendment) Ordinance 2020 (III of 2020), promulgated on 27 March 2020, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 25 June 2020
Not Taken Up
Punjab 22 4 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Village Panchayats and Neighbourhood Councils (Amendment) Ordinance 2020 (IV of 2020), promulgated on 27 March 2020, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 25 June 2020
Not Taken Up
Punjab 22 4 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Prevention of Hoarding Ordinance 2020 (VI of 2020), promulgated on 21 April 2020, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 20 July 2020
Not Taken Up
Punjab 22 4 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Punjab Private Educational Institutions (Promotion and Regulation) (Amendment) Ordinance 2020 (VII of 2020), promulgated on 22 April 2020, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 21 July 2020
Not Taken Up
Punjab 22 4 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab extends the period of validity of the Code of Civil Procedure (Punjab Amendment) Ordinance 2020 (VIII of 2020), promulgated on 29 April 2020, for a further period of ninety days with effect from 28 July 2020
Not Taken Up
Punjab 22 3 Muhammad Ayub Khan, PML-N
to legislate and make rules for payment of Group Insurance with profit to all Government servants of Punjab on their retirement as it is practiced in other provinces of Pakistan
Pending
Punjab 22 3 Chudhary Iftikhar Hussain Chhachhar, PML-N
necessary steps should be taken for installation of water filtration plant in PP-185 for provision of clean drinking water to the residents of the constituency and to save them from contagious diseases
Adopted
Punjab 22 3 Shaheena Karim, PTI
paying tribute to mothers of Pakistan and world all over on the occasion of International Mothers’ Day. The Resolution stated that no doubt father plays key role in the brought up, education and training of children but the role of mother is also significant. Good mothers give great nations. The House urged the Government to take necessary steps for mental and physical health, diet, education and training of expecting mothers and provide facilities for safe delivery and child health
Adopted
Punjab 22 3 Momina Waheed, PTI
lauding and supporting Federal Government to start construction of Diamer Bhasha Dam which would generate 4500 megawatt electricity and irrigate 12 lacs acres of land. The construction of this dam would enhance the life of Tarbela Dam upto 35 years and would also provide jobs to more than 16000 people
Adopted
Punjab 22 3 Salma Saadia Taimoor, PML-N
the Federal and the Provincial Governments to provide necessary protective equipment to the janitorial staff deputed in Hospitals and Quarantine Centers who are fighting as frontline soldiers against Corona Virus and are performing their duties honestly without provision of such protective equipment
Adopted
Punjab 22 3 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
paying rich tributes to Professor Muhammad Waris Mir for his services. The deceased started his journalistic career in 1958 and was a renowned intellectual, journalist and a teacher till 1987. He struggled hard for democracy during the days of dictatorship and called spade a spade through his writings. He was Head of the Department of Journalism in University of the Punjab and remained associated with it for twenty five years. He wrote blunt and thoughtful articles in all the renowned newspapers of Pakistan. Despite restrictions, threats, mental agony and violence, he adhered to his cause and stood against brutal forces. The Resolution lauded and acknowledged his matchless services for the country and demanded to rename New Campus underpass as Professor Waris Mir underpass close to the place where he is buried
Adopted
Punjab 22 3 Syed Hassan Murtaza, PPPP
Hazrat Fatima Al Zahra daughter of Hazrat Muhammad, mother of Hasnain Kareema in and leader of women in Jannah is buried in Janat-ul-Baqi Madina Munawara and demanded the Federal Government to use its diplomatic influence with Saudi Government to take necessary steps for the construction of mausoleum of Hazrat Fatima Al Zahra in Janat-ul-Baqi and if there was any financial hindrance in its construction, the mover would bear all the expenses
Adopted
Punjab 22 3 Ramesh Singh Arora, PML-N
condemning attack by India on Asthan Shri Akal Takht (the holiest site of the Sikh Community) on 6 June 1984, in which thousands of sikh pilgrims were died, present in the premises of Gurdwara Sahib and annexed places of worship and demanded provision of justice to Sikh Community and punishment to all those culprits involved in this heinous crime. Exploitation of Sikh Community and this barbarism should be declared a martial crime. Furthermore, barbarism continuing in India on minorities including Kashmiris Muslims should immediately be stopped
Adopted
Punjab 22 3 Muhammad Moavia, PRHP
condemning that in Idlib Province of Syria which is in a state of civil war, extremists desecrated the graves of eighth Umayyad Caliph Hazrat Umar Bin Abdul Aziz, his wife Mohtarma Fatima Binte Abdul Malik and his servant Abu Zakariya Yahya. The extremists dug the graves of these three and transferred the remnants of their bodies to an unknown place which is against the protocol and respect of human body which should be respected even after death. The Resolution further stated that this shameful incident and act of disrespect with the grave and the body of Hazrat Umar Bin Abdul Aziz is extremely miserable and the Punjab Assembly urges that the responsible should be punished and UN Human Rights Council, UNESCO, OIC, and other International Organizations should protect and save remaining historical and Islamic monuments in Syria and take necessary steps to restore the grave of Hazrat Umar Bin Abdul Aziz. The Resolution also demanded the Federal Government to register a protest with the Government of Syria with respect to desecration of the grave and the body of the deceased
Adopted
Punjab 22 1 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
expressing profound grief and sorrow over the sad demise of Ms Shaheen Raza, Mr Shoukat Manzoor Cheema Members Punjab Assembly and Sardar Atif Khan Mazari, Ex-MPA. The House paid tribute to them and prayed for the departed souls to rest in eternal peace. The House also condoled loss of precious human lives in tragic incident of PIA plane from Lahore to Karachi on 22 May 2020 in which hundreds of passengers and staff died including Mr Khalid Sher Dil Khan, Secretary, MPDD, Punjab. The House also lauded and paid tribute to the services of frontline soldiers including Doctors, paramedic and Police official died in connection with fight against COVID-19
Adopted
Punjab 21 3 Muhammad Ayub Khan, PML-N
to legislate and make rules for payment of group insurance with profit to all Government servants of Punjab on their retirement as it is practiced in other provinces of Pakistan
Pending
Punjab 21 3 Rana Mohammad Iqbal Khan, PML-N
expressing grief and sorrow over the death of Raja Ashfaq Sarwar, a veteran politician, who died on 11 April 2020. The deceased believed in politics of principles and democratic practices and traditions. He struggled for the democracy and freedom of judiciary and remained loyal with his party till his death. He was a patriotic parliamentarian and was a real Pakistani. He remained Member Punjab Assembly for five terms during 1988-90, 1990-93, 1993-96, 1997-99 & 2013-18 and functioned as Minister for four terms and as Advisor to Chief Minister for one term. The resolution further stated that his death was irreparable loss and he would always be remembered in the parliamentary history of Pakistan. The House prayed for the departed soul to rest in eternal peace and give patience and forbearance to the bereaved family
Adopted
Punjab 21 3 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
demanding to devise a procedure for supply of wheat bags and payment of wheat prices to the farmers to avoid any inconvenience to them
Withdrawn
Punjab 21 3 Ammar Yasir, PML
Almighty Allah says O Muslims! Hazrat Muhammad is not father of any man but He is the Prophet of Allah and stamp of the messengers and Allah knows everything well”. The House appreciated the Federal cabinet for not including Qadianis in the Minority Commission because they neither recognize the Constitution of Pakistan nor they accept themselves as non-Muslim minority. The Resolution reiterated that every other single day, one or other issue was raised regarding Namoos-e-Rasalat. One time Hajj form was changed and another time word Khatamun Nabiyeen was omitted from the books, but no one was held accountable for such conspiracies. The resolution further stated that Pakistan was an Islamic country but being Pakistani we had to beg for Tahafuz-e-Namoos-e-Rasalat, which was shameful for all of us. The House urged the Federal Government through this resolution to stop this process and those people who were involved in these conspiracies should be exposed and given stringent punishment. Furthermore, Hindu, Sikh and Christians were sitting in the Minority Commission but their presence was never objected because they did not claim to be Muslims. The resolution stated that we raise voice for the minorities’ rights given in the Constitution and if the head of the Qadianis send in writing that they recognize the Constitution of Pakistan and accept themselves as non-Muslim then we would have no objection to their sitting in the Minority Commission. Matter of Khatam-e-Nabuwwat was a red line for all of us and nothing was more important for us than Tahaffuz-e-Khatam-e-Nabuwwat, Tahaffuz-e-Namoos-e-Rasalat Tahaffuz-e-Namoos-e-Ashaab-e-Rasool, Tahaffuz-e-Namoos-e-Ahle Bait Athaar and Tahaffuz-e-Namoos-e-Ummahat-ul-Momineen and our everything was sacrificed on them and there should be no ambiguity about this
Adopted
Punjab 20 2 Sabeen Gul Khan, PTI
water is a basic necessity of every human being but majority of people are deprived of it and urging the Federal Government to add Article in the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 similar to information right in terms of Article 19-A and providing free and compulsory education in terms of Article 25-A, the provision of clean drinking water to every citizen of Pakistan as the fundamental right should be included in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
Punjab 20 2 Muhammad Ayub Khan, PML-N
to legislate and make rules for payment of group insurance with profit to all Government servants of Punjab on their retirement as it is practiced in other provinces of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Punjab 20 2 Mehwish Sultana, PML-N
expressing grief and sorrow on the death of Malik Atta Muhammad Khan who was born on October 25, 1941. He got his early education from Aitchison College Lahore and obtained higher education from Oxford University. He was son in law of Malik Muhammad Ameer Khan, Nawab of Kalabagh. He was grandson of Malik Muhammad Nawaz Khan who remained Federal Minister and Ambassador of Pakistan in France; and cousin of Ch Sher Ali Ex Provincial Minister for Mines & Minerals. The deceased worked tirelessly and contributed in promoting soft image of Pakistan. He brought laurels for the country in Tent Pegging and bull racing. BBC and International Sports Channel paid tributes to him and made documentaries on his services which would be remembered forever. Through the resolution the House prayed for the departed soul and for his forgiveness
Adopted
Punjab 20 2 Shamsa Ali, PTI
8 March 2020 being International Women’s Day was also celebrated in Pakistan. The resolution stated that women of Pakistan were serving in every walk of life, hence; the Punjab Assembly expressed solidarity with them and praised their efforts to acquire their rights. The resolution further added that the House aspired to make every effort to bring women of Pakistan in national mainstream and to empower them economically, socially and politically in the light of insight presented by Quaid-e-Azam
Adopted
Senate 302 6 Samina Saeed, PTI
This House recommends that Government should take necessary steps to establish separate lock ups for the custody of juveniles arrested in suspicion of committing crimes in order to keep them separate from adult criminals in lock ups, in all police stations in Islamabad Capital Territory
Adopted
Senate 302 6 Dr. Ashok Kumar, NP
This House recommends that the Government should include the speech of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, regarding the rights of minorities, delivered on 11th August, 1947 in the first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan, in the Curriculum of all educational institutions under the administrative control of the Federal Government in order to acquaint the new generation with the views of Quaid-e-Azam regarding rights of minorities in Pakistan
Deferred
Senate 302 6 Khushbakht Shujat, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary measures to promote cultural norms and social values of our society with particular reference through electronic media in order to present and promote soft and positive image of our society and country
Adopted
Senate 302 6 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
In the light of sayings of Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-eAzam Muhammad Ali Jinnah about Urdu as the National Language of Pakistan, Articles 5 and 251 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 and the decision of the Supreme Court of Pakistan dated 8th September, 2015, this House recognizes that Urdu is not only the basis of social and cultural identity of the nation but also a symbol of unity and development of the State The House expresses its concern on the fact that despite the sayings of the founders of Pakistan, Articles of the Constitution and decision of Supreme Court of Pakistan, no concrete steps have been taken regarding the national language resulting in adverse effects on national unity, identity and development Keeping the development of national unity and cultural identity in view, this House recommends that the Government should: (1) take concrete steps, for using Urdu as official language in accordance with Article 251 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973, within the time period prescribed by the Government on 6th July, 2015; (2) take steps for coordination with the Provincial Governments in order to develop a uniform manuscript of the national language; (3) take measures to translate and publish the Federal and Provincial laws in Urdu for facilitation of general public and to upload the same on the Law Division's website; (4) make arrangements for conducting the competitive examinations in Urdu and also to make it as medium of instructions in all the educational institutions in the country; (5) the decision of the Courts should be written and published in Urdu gradually; (6) all the Government departments should use Urdu for submission of their comments, replies and arguments in their court cases; (7) all the academic books should be translated in Urdu by the National Language Authority and other concerned departments so that Urdu can be made medium of instructions in all the educational institutions within one year; and (8) the Government should present a monthly report before the National assembly and Senate about the action taken for the development of Urdu language.
Deferred
Senate 302 6 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House expresses grave concern on the increase in inflation rate in the country with particular reference to increase in the prices of various food items during the last one year as reported by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics in its report for the fiscal year 2019-20 and recommends that the Government should take immediate and result oriented steps to control the increasing rate of inflation in the country
Deferred
Senate 302 6 Manzoor Ahmed Khan Kakar, BAP
This House recommends that the Government should withdraw its decision/plan to shift the Large Taxpayers Units of FBR Quetta to Karachi and Peshawar to Islamabad because such actions will adversely affect the revenue targets and create unrest amongst the business community, tax practitioners and people of the provinces. This House further recommends that Dr. Muhammad Ashfaq Ahmad Member (IR Operations), FBR should refrain from taking such actions
Adopted
Sindh 13 2 Sharmila Sahebah Faruqui, PPPP
to condemn the harassment to female journalists through various social media accounts
Adopted
Sindh 10 4 Nasir Hussain Shah Rizvi, PPPP
to replace word of `Umul Ambia’ with `Umul Aima’ mistakenly written in a resolution adopted earlier. This resolution demanded to raise the issue with Saudi government to rebuild the Shrine of Hazrat Fatima al-Zahra (RA) in Jannat Al-Baqi, Madina
Adopted
Sindh 10 1 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
to write `Khatam-un-Nabiyyin’ at the end of the name of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
Sindh 10 1 Muhammad Qasim, TLP
to write `Khatam-un-Nabiyyin’ at the end of the name of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
Sindh 10 1 Syed Firdous Shamim Naqvi, PTI
raise the issue with the Saudi government for reconstruction of shrine of Hazrat Bibi Fatima (R.A.)
Adopted
Sindh 10 1 Nasir Hussain Shah Rizvi, PPPP
pay tribute to Professor Waris Mir for his democratic struggle
Adopted
Senate 302 5 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
This House expresses its profound grief and sorrow over the sad demise of one of its most acclaimed members, Senator Mir Hasil Bizenjo, who passed away yesterday on 20 th August, 2020 at the age of 62 due to cancer. Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo was a firm democrat, a seasoned politician and a highly respected veteran nationalist leader. Senator Bizinjo was born in a family that has played a significant role in national politics. His father Mir Ghous Baksh Bizenjo, who also served as Governor of Balochistan, was a nationalist leader known for his democratic struggle to attain Baloch people’s rights within the federation of Pakistan. Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo was an active student leader n Karachi University. He started his political career from Pakistan National Party (PNP) and was elected as the member of National Assembly twice in general elections of 1990 and 1997. He founded the Balochistan National Democratic Party (BNDP), which eventually merged with the Balochistan National Movement (BNM) in 2003. BNM became National Party (NP) with Mir Hasil Bizenjo as its first president. Throughout his political career Senator Bizenjo raised voice for the people's rights but categorically opposed armed resistance and militancy, choosing peaceful, democratic and parliamentary ways instead. Late Senator Bizenjo was an exponent of progressive politics. Inna Lillah i Wa Inna Ilaihi Rajion. In 2009, Mir Hasil Bizenjo was elected as a senator and re -elected in Senate elections held in March 2015. During his tenure as Senator, he served as Member of various Committees like House Business Advisory Committee, Information Technology, Overseas Pakistanis, Water Resources, Problems of Less Developed Areas, Senate Finance Committee and Parliamentary Committees on National Security and CPEC. He also chaired the Senate Committee on Devolution. He took office as the federal minister for ports and shipping on May 20, 2016 and as federal minister of maritime affairs, from August 2017 to May 2018 The services rendered by late Senator Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo for democracy, supremacy of parliament and for the people of Balochistan will be long remembered. His death is not only the loss of his family and his party but it is a National loss. This House expresses its deepest sympathies with the bereaved family, friends and his party. We pray to Almighty Allah to shower His infinite blessings upon the departed soul and may his soul rest in eternal peace
Adopted
Balochistan 24 1 Saleem Ahmed, BAP
to condemn Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir and express solidarity with the Kashmiris for their struggle of self-determination
Adopted
Balochistan 24 1 Jam Kamal Khan, BAP
to condemn Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir and express solidarity with the Kashmiris for their struggle of self-determination
Adopted
Balochistan 24 1 Muhammad Arif, BAP
to condemn Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir and express solidarity with the Kashmiris for their struggle of self-determination
Adopted
Balochistan 24 1 Muhammad Mobeen Khilji, PTI
to condemn Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir and express solidarity with the Kashmiris for their struggle of self-determination
Adopted
Balochistan 24 1 Qadir Ali Nail, HDP
to condemn Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir and express solidarity with the Kashmiris for their struggle of self-determination
Adopted
Sindh 12 1 Syed Murad Ali Shah, PPPP
to condemn Indian atrocities in Kashmir
Adopted
Senate 302 3 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
the sad demise of Mr. Justice (R) Muhammad Afzal Lone, former Member, Senate of Pakistan
Adopted
Senate 302 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
This House recommends that the Government should construct "Small Rubber Dams", which have low cost and less construction time compared to the conventional dams, in Islamabad Capital Territory, for storage of water, provision of clean drinking water and generation of hydropower electricity on captive mode
Adopted
Senate 302 2 Mushahid Hussain Syed, IND
This House recommends that the Government should construct "Small Rubber Dams", which have low cost and less construction time compared to the conventional dams, in Islamabad Capital Territory, for storage of water, provision of clean drinking water and generation of hydropower electricity on captive mode
Adopted
Senate 302 2 Muhammad Akram, NP
This House recommends that the Government should construct "Small Rubber Dams", which have low cost and less construction time compared to the conventional dams, in Islamabad Capital Territory, for storage of water, provision of clean drinking water and generation of hydropower electricity on captive mode
Adopted
Senate 302 2 Pervaiz Rashid, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government should construct "Small Rubber Dams", which have low cost and less construction time compared to the conventional dams, in Islamabad Capital Territory, for storage of water, provision of clean drinking water and generation of hydropower electricity on captive mode
Adopted
Senate 302 2 Sana Jamali, IND
This House recommends that the Government should construct "Small Rubber Dams", which have low cost and less construction time compared to the conventional dams, in Islamabad Capital Territory, for storage of water, provision of clean drinking water and generation of hydropower electricity on captive mode
Adopted
Senate 302 2 Faisal Javed, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should construct "Small Rubber Dams", which have low cost and less construction time compared to the conventional dams, in Islamabad Capital Territory, for storage of water, provision of clean drinking water and generation of hydropower electricity on captive mode
Adopted
Senate 302 2 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Government should withdraw the authority of the Pharmaceutical Companies, granted to them under the Drug Policy of the Government, regarding the annual increase of 50% in the prices of medicines
Withdrawn
Senate 302 2 Samina Saeed, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to establish separate lock ups for the custody of juveniles arrested in suspicion of committing crimes in order to keep them separate from adult criminals in lock ups, in all police stations in Islamabad Capital Territory
Deferred
Senate 302 2 Khushbakht Shujat, MQM
This House recommends to the Government to make arrangements for First Aid and Civil Defence Training in the educational institutions under the administrative control of the Federal Government in order to enable the youth to cope with any kind of emergency/accident in efficient-manner and save loss of human life and property
Adopted
Senate 302 2 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
This House Reiterates that ALLAH ALMIGHTY revealed the Holy Quran to His last Messenger, Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) which is the final word of ALLAH ALMIGHTY and a complete source of guidance for the mankind till the day of judgement; Recognizes the fact that our young generation is facing a number of problems and challenges on ideological and moral fronts mainly due to lack of true understanding of the teachings of the Holy Quran and Sunnah; Shows concern on the fact that there is no proper system of the teachings of the Holy Quran and Sunnah in the educational institutions in the country which has created an ideological gap in the minds of our youth; Considers it essential that the meaning and teachings of the Holy Quran should be taught in Urdu in all the universities under the administrative control of the Federal Government in the light of Articles 2, 31(2)(b) and 227 which provides for the Holy Quran and Sunnah to be the supreme law of the land and to promote their teachings in the country; and Therefore, the House recommends and urges upon the Government to make necessary arrangements for the teaching of the Holy Quran with Urdu translation in all the universities under the administrative control of the Federal Government in the country
Adopted
National 24 5 Dr. Darshan, PML-N
to include the speech of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam to the Constituent Assembly on the August 11, 1947 regarding minorities as a part of the syllabus
Adopted
National 24 5 Naveed Aamir, PPPP
to include the speech of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam to the Constituent Assembly on the August 11, 1947 regarding minorities as a part of the syllabus
Adopted
National 24 5 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
to include the speech of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam to the Constituent Assembly on the August 11, 1947 regarding minorities as a part of the syllabus
Adopted
National 24 5 Ramesh Lal, PPPP
to include the speech of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam to the Constituent Assembly on the August 11, 1947 regarding minorities as a part of the syllabus
Adopted
National 24 5 Jai Parkash, PTI
to include the speech of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam to the Constituent Assembly on the August 11, 1947 regarding minorities as a part of the syllabus
Adopted
National 24 5 Lal Chand Malhi, PTI
to include the speech of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam to the Constituent Assembly on the August 11, 1947 regarding minorities as a part of the syllabus
Adopted
National 24 5 Jamshed Thomas, PTI
to include the speech of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam to the Constituent Assembly on the August 11, 1947 regarding minorities as a part of the syllabus
Adopted
National 24 5 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PTI
to include the speech of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam to the Constituent Assembly on the August 11, 1947 regarding minorities as a part of the syllabus
Adopted
National 24 5 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Ch. Tariq Bashir Cheema, PML
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, PTI
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, PTI
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Amjid Ali Khan, PTI
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Lal Chand Malhi, PTI
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Murad Saeed, PTI
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, PTI
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Mujahid Ali, PTI
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Khalid Hussain Magsi, BAP
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Nawabzada Shah Zain Bugti, JWP
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Munaza Hassan, PTI
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 5 Mohsin Javed, IND
to write the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) as “Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyyin Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam” in all official and non-official documents
Adopted
National 24 4 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase the upper age limit up to 35 years for appointments in Government Departments
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase the upper age limit up to 35 years for appointments in Government Departments
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase the upper age limit up to 35 years for appointments in Government Departments
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 Muhammad Alamgir Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should make arrangements to bound the Government functionaries to enroll their children in Government schools and to get medical treatment from government hospitals
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 James Iqbal, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps for release of prisoners suffering from fatal and deadly diseases in all the prisons throughout the country
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 Mohsin Javed, IND
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3G & 4G service in merged areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3G & 4G service in merged areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 Shahnaz Naseer Baloch, BNP-M
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3G & 4G service in merged areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3G & 4G service in merged areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3G & 4G service in merged areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3G & 4G service in merged areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 24 4 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House disapproves the following Ordinance:-The Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020 (No.VII of 2020)
Not Taken Up
Parliament 6 1 Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, PTI
condemning the Indian act of changing the special status of Occupied Kashmir on August 5, 2019 and reiterating to resolve the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the international law
Adopted
Senate 300 7 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
The Senate of Pakistan, Lauding the selfless and relentless struggle and sacrifices of Syed Ali Shah Gilani for the right of self determination for the people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK); Recognizing his unwavering commitment, dedication, preservance and leadership Acknowledging his role in exposing Indian atrocities, suppressive measures and human rights violations in IOJK; and Concerned that Syed Ali Shah Gilani continues to remain under unjustified house arrest in frail health at the age of 90 years; Calls upon the Government of Pakistan to: i) Name the proposed 'Pakistan University of Engineering and Emerging Technologies' near Prime Minister House in Islamabad as 'Syed Ali Shah Gilani University of Engineering and Emerging Technologies' ii) Confer the highest Civil Award 'Nishan-e-Pakistan' on Syed Ali Shah Gilani for his life-long services and sacrifices for the just and fair settlement of Kashmir issue in the light of UN Resolutions, and the right of self-determination duly recognized by international law; iii) Include the life and struggle of Syed Ali Shah Gilani in the educational curriculum at federal and provincial level; and iv) Mobilize world conscience to help Syed Ali Shah Gilani get best available medical treatment at a place of his choice
Adopted
Senate 300 7 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Government may declare Friday as weekly public holiday in the country
Not Taken Up
Senate 300 7 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to fix the minimum wage for labourers at par with the price of one tola gold, ensure the provision of financial assistance and rashon to daily wagers and labourers working in informal sectors and issue special passes to the labourers for purchasing kitchen items from utility stores on discount rates
Not Taken Up
Senate 300 6 Mushahid Hussain Syed, IND
paying tributes to the sacrifices of Kashmiri leader Asiya Abrabi and condemned Indian government for detaining her at isolation ward of Bihar jail
Adopted
Senate 300 4 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
This House recognizes the efforts and personal scarifies of Doctors and paramedical staff fighting on the front lines against the pandemic of COVID-19. The House commends the invaluable contribution of the doctors and paramedical staff in combating this pandemic amid increased medical risks and unprecedented workload of treating huge number of patients. The House highly appreciates and pays tribute to all the doctors and paramedical staff of the country for their selfless and result oriented efforts during this pandemic despite having limited medical and financial resources and a weak healthcare system in the country
Adopted
Senate 300 1 Zeeshan Khanzada, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should introduce uniform pay scale for all the Federal and Provincial Government employees especially BS-1 to BS-16
Reffered To Committee
Senate 300 1 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House recommends that the Government should utilize the funds, allocated for various development projects of the parliamentarians, for the treatment and prevention of COVID-19 pandemic and for the assistance and rehabilitation of the poor affected by the lock down
Adopted
Senate 300 1 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
Expressing deep concern on the miserable condition and problems being faced by the labourers and workers of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa stranded in the Gulf countries due to the Covid-19 pandemic, lack of proper facilities in quarantine centers for the returning workers and closure of the Bacha Khan International Airport, Peshawar; the House urges upon the Government to: (1) take necessary measures to make the Bacha Khan International Airport operational and increase the number of flights from the Gulf countries to facilitate those workers; (2) to establish proper quarantine centers with all facilities for the said workers returning from those countries; and (3) to issue directions to the Pakistan embassies in the Gulf countries to help and cooperate with the stranded workers
Adopted
Senate 300 1 Ghous Muhammad Khan Niazi, PML-N
This House shows serious concern on the Government decision regarding reduction in the pension, being granted to retired and old aged workers by the Employees Old-Age Benefit Institution, from Rs. 8500 to Rs. 6500. The House demands that the said pension should be maintained at its old rates and no reduction whatsoever should be made in it. The House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to increase the rate of the said pension by that institution keeping in view the increase in inflation
Reffered To Committee
Senate 300 1 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The House recommends that necessary steps should be taken for insurance of major crops in the country specially Wheat and Cotton against natural calamity and disaster
Adopted
Senate 299 9 Dr. Shahzad Waseem, PTI
to write the words of `Khatam an-Nabiyyin’ after the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) in all educational textbooks and official documents
Adopted
Senate 299 9 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
to write the words of `Khatam an-Nabiyyin’ after the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) in all educational textbooks and official documents
Adopted
Senate 299 9 Prof. Sajid Mir, PML-N
to write the words of `Khatam an-Nabiyyin’ after the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) in all educational textbooks and official documents
Adopted
Senate 299 9 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
to write the words of `Khatam an-Nabiyyin’ after the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) in all educational textbooks and official documents
Adopted
Senate 299 8 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
The House adopted a resolution to express sorrow over deaths of two religious scholars including Mufti Naeem and Allama Talib Johri
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Zeeshan Khanzada, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should make an up-to-date system for disposal of garbage including establishment of sewerage treatment plants in different areas of Islamabad and also arrange for proper disposal of large quantity of poultry waste outside the Islamabad jurisdiction which runs down to Rawal Lake in Islamabad to save the people from dangerous diseases caused by garbage and contaminated water
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to fix the minimum wage for labourers at par with the price of one tola gold, ensure the provision of financial assistance and ration to daily wagers and labourers working in the informal sectors and issue special passes to the labourers for purchasing kitchen items from utility stores on discount rates
Deferred
Senate 299 2 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
In pursuance of the resolution of the 40th session of OIC's Foreign Ministers in 2013, the Senate and National Assembly Resolutions of 20th May, 2016 and 29th May, 2018, the House urges upon the Government to: (i) celebrate the 15th day of Ramazan ul Mubarak as Orphan's Day on official and unofficial level; (ii) launch a campaign on print and electronic media to create awareness in people to play their role in looking after the orphans in society; (iii) launch schemes for the welfare of orphans at district level, strengthen the institutions working for welfare of orphans and take effective steps for the better brought up and protection of orphans in the country; (iv) announce special incentives for the local and international NGOs working for the welfare of orphans in the country; (v) provide scholarships and fee waiver to the intelligent orphan and abandoned children in all public and private sector educational institutions; (vi) ensure the provision of necessary funds on monthly basis for fulfilling the needs of food, health and shelter of the orphan and abandoned children
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Zeeshan Khanzada, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should introduce uniform pay scales for all the Government employees with particular reference to those working in BPS-1 to 16 in Federal Government Departments
Dropped
Senate 299 2 Kohda Babar, IND
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps to appoint ambassadors of Pakistan against the 20% quota reserved for non-career diplomats. The House also recommends that the said quota should be equally distributed amongst the provinces and preference should be given to those areas which have had lower representation/share in the ambassadorial posts, especially Balochistan, rural Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Naseeb Ullah Bazai, IND
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps to appoint ambassadors of Pakistan against the 20% quota reserved for non-career diplomats. The House also recommends that the said quota should be equally distributed amongst the provinces and preference should be given to those areas which have had lower representation/share in the ambassadorial posts, especially Balochistan, rural Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Kohda Babar, IND
The Senate of Pakistan: Acknowledging the fact that the province of Balochistan has been endowed with vast uninhibited land that offers huge potential for production of solar and wind energy; Showing dismay that these potentials have so far remained untapped due to overly bureaucratic procedures and lack of focus on the province. Moreover, undue delay and hindrances in approving the solar energy projects from the already allocated 3000 MW for the province, with many projects pending for approval for the last two to three years; Expressing deep concern on the fact that the Government is not allowing the establishment of solar projects in the province of Balochistan with a rate of even Rs.7 – 8, whereas similar projects in other provinces / areas have been approved at the rate of 14 cents; the Senate of Pakistan, therefore, demands that: (1) the Federal Government should take immediate steps for approval and facilitation of solar and wind energy projects in Balochistan on priority basis in order to better utilize the uninhibited vast land of the province which will not only create employment opportunities for the youth of the province but will also improve the economic conditions of the province as well as of the country, generate tax and non-tax revenue and greatly improve energy mix situation for environment friendly, sustainable and low cost energy (2) urge the Government to direct the Power Division, NTDC and CPPA to immediately approve projects of solar and wind energy in the province of Balochistan from the 3000 MW allocation, and ensure facilitation of more such projects through one-window operation by eliminating excessive documentation and procedures that severely discourage the investors and cause undue delays in setting up of such important projects in the province. (3) call upon NEPRA to approve tariffs for solar energy projects of Balochistan at parity with similar projects in other provinces, on urgent basis
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Naseeb Ullah Bazai, IND
The Senate of Pakistan: Acknowledging the fact that the province of Balochistan has been endowed with vast uninhibited land that offers huge potential for production of solar and wind energy; Showing dismay that these potentials have so far remained untapped due to overly bureaucratic procedures and lack of focus on the province. Moreover, undue delay and hindrances in approving the solar energy projects from the already allocated 3000 MW for the province, with many projects pending for approval for the last two to three years; Expressing deep concern on the fact that the Government is not allowing the establishment of solar projects in the province of Balochistan with a rate of even Rs.7 – 8, whereas similar projects in other provinces / areas have been approved at the rate of 14 cents; the Senate of Pakistan, therefore, demands that: (1) the Federal Government should take immediate steps for approval and facilitation of solar and wind energy projects in Balochistan on priority basis in order to better utilize the uninhibited vast land of the province which will not only create employment opportunities for the youth of the province but will also improve the economic conditions of the province as well as of the country, generate tax and non-tax revenue and greatly improve energy mix situation for environment friendly, sustainable and low cost energy (2) urge the Government to direct the Power Division, NTDC and CPPA to immediately approve projects of solar and wind energy in the province of Balochistan from the 3000 MW allocation, and ensure facilitation of more such projects through one-window operation by eliminating excessive documentation and procedures that severely discourage the investors and cause undue delays in setting up of such important projects in the province. (3) call upon NEPRA to approve tariffs for solar energy projects of Balochistan at parity with similar projects in other provinces, on urgent basis
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Kohda Babar, IND
The Senate of Pakistan, being the House of Federation, taking note that,-- officers belonging to such occupational groups/services which have direct nexus with the provinces , including but not limiting to Pakistan Administrative Service, Police Service of Pakistan, In-land Revenue Service, do not perform duties in the provinces during their entire term of service and yet manage to get promotions without having the experience of horizontal mobility which ensure wide experience and exposure and place; and - remain posted on the same post, in the same province, same city, same status over three years in violation of instructions with regard to “Normal Tenure of Posting” and “Posting on Deputation ”as provided in the ESTACODE, Recommends that,-(i) officers belonging to such occupational groups/services which have direct nexus with the provinces , including but not limiting to Pakistan Administrative Service, Police Service of Pakistan, In-land Revenue Service, should not be granted promotions in the next grades till such time they have experience of serving in a province for a period of at least three years; (ii) Officers of all occupational groups who have completed normal tenure of three years at same post and still working shall be transferred forthwith to implement the provision of ESTACODE in letter and spirit; and (iii) Officers/Officials working on deputation for last three years shall be repatriated to their parent departments forthwith
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Naseeb Ullah Bazai, IND
The Senate of Pakistan, being the House of Federation, taking note that,-- officers belonging to such occupational groups/services which have direct nexus with the provinces , including but not limiting to Pakistan Administrative Service, Police Service of Pakistan, In-land Revenue Service, do not perform duties in the provinces during their entire term of service and yet manage to get promotions without having the experience of horizontal mobility which ensure wide experience and exposure and place; and - remain posted on the same post, in the same province, same city, same status over three years in violation of instructions with regard to “Normal Tenure of Posting” and “Posting on Deputation ”as provided in the ESTACODE, Recommends that,-(i) officers belonging to such occupational groups/services which have direct nexus with the provinces , including but not limiting to Pakistan Administrative Service, Police Service of Pakistan, In-land Revenue Service, should not be granted promotions in the next grades till such time they have experience of serving in a province for a period of at least three years; (ii) Officers of all occupational groups who have completed normal tenure of three years at same post and still working shall be transferred forthwith to implement the provision of ESTACODE in letter and spirit; and (iii) Officers/Officials working on deputation for last three years shall be repatriated to their parent departments forthwith
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Sajjad Hussain Turi, IND
This House demands that the Government should allow prohibited bore (PB) arms licences to all Parliamentarians – Senators, MNAs, MPAs of all four provinces and BS-20 and above officers of the Federal and Provincial governments
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Dilawar Khan, IND
This House demands that the Government should allow prohibited bore (PB) arms licences to all Parliamentarians – Senators, MNAs, MPAs of all four provinces and BS-20 and above officers of the Federal and Provincial governments
Adopted
Senate 299 2 Zeeshan Khanzada, PTI
This House demands that the Government should allow prohibited bore (PB) arms licences to all Parliamentarians – Senators, MNAs, MPAs of all four provinces and BS-20 and above officers of the Federal and Provincial governments
Adopted
Senate 299 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
to condemn Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir and its illegal incursions into Chinese territory
Adopted
Senate 301 1 Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, PTI
to express solidarity with the Kashmiris braving Indian atrocities and demanded to resolve the issue in accordance with the aspirations of Kashmiri people
Adopted
National 24 3 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
to acknowledge the role of National Assembly in connection with its 73rd anniversary for upholding democratic norms
Adopted
National 24 3 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
to acknowledge the role of National Assembly in connection with its 73rd anniversary for upholding democratic norms
Adopted
National 24 3 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
to acknowledge the role of National Assembly in connection with its 73rd anniversary for upholding democratic norms
Adopted
National 24 3 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
to acknowledge the role of National Assembly in connection with its 73rd anniversary for upholding democratic norms
Adopted
National 24 3 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
that the National Assembly resolves to extend the COVID-19 (Prevention of Smuggling) Ordinance, 2020 (III of 2020) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 21-08-2020 under proviso to sub-paragraph (i) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Adopted
National 24 3 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
that the National Assembly resolves to extend the Financial Institutions (Secured Transactions) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020 (IV of 2020) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27-08-2020 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 24 2 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
to condole the death of MNA Syed Iftikhar ul Hassan from NA-75 (Sialkot-IV)
Adopted
National 24 2 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
to condole the death of MNA Syed Iftikhar ul Hassan from NA-75 (Sialkot-IV)
Adopted
National 24 2 Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, PML-N
to condole the death of MNA Syed Iftikhar ul Hassan from NA-75 (Sialkot-IV)
Adopted
National 24 2 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
to condole the death of MNA Syed Iftikhar ul Hassan from NA-75 (Sialkot-IV)
Adopted
National 24 2 Molana Abdul Wasay, MMA
to condole the death of MNA Syed Iftikhar ul Hassan from NA-75 (Sialkot-IV)
Adopted
National 24 2 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
to condole the death of MNA Syed Iftikhar ul Hassan from NA-75 (Sialkot-IV)
Adopted
National 24 2 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, PTI
to condole the death of MNA Syed Iftikhar ul Hassan from NA-75 (Sialkot-IV)
Adopted
National 24 2 Khawaja Saad Rafique, PML-N
to condole the death of MNA Syed Iftikhar ul Hassan from NA-75 (Sialkot-IV)
Adopted
Sindh 11 3 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
the house called upon the provincial government to approach the federal government to conduct a forensic audit of the KE and ask it to end prolonged load shedding in Karachi
Adopted
Sindh 11 3 Muhammad Qasim, PPPP
the house called upon the provincial government to approach the federal government to conduct a forensic audit of the KE and ask it to end prolonged load shedding in Karachi
Adopted
Sindh 11 2 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
to establish NICVD Satellite/ Chest Pain Center in Sanghar
Not Taken Up
Sindh 11 2 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
rape and violence cases have been reported in different areas of the Province, but no any action seen from the Government of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Sindh 11 2 Arif Mustafa Jatoi, GDA
to strongly censure the Sindh Government over the fact that a large number of the Sindh Cabinet continue to drawn salary, perks and privileges despite being in jail on bail or pre-arrest bail
Not Taken Up
Sindh 11 2 Sidra lmran, PTI
to establish POST-COVID Sindh Employment Generation Plan by announcing supportive policies, ease of doing business for high Employment generation sectors like Construction Industry and others
Not Taken Up
Sindh 11 2 Muhammad Shabbir, PTI
those individuals who are responsible for the delay of K-IV Project should be brought to justice
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase the upper age limit up to 35 years for appointments in Government Departments
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase the upper age limit up to 35 years for appointments in Government Departments
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to increase the upper age limit up to 35 years for appointments in Government Departments
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 Muhammad Alamgir Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should make arrangements to bound the Government functionaries to enroll their children in Government schools and to get medical treatment from government hospitals
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 James Iqbal, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to introduce new car companies for manufacturing of low cost cars in the country
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 Mohsin Javed, IND
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3 &4G service in areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3 &4G service in areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 Shahnaz Naseer Baloch, BNP-M
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3 &4G service in areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3 &4G service in areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore 3 &4G service in areas of erstwhile-FATA, and different districts of Balochistan
Not Taken Up
National 23 13 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House disapproves the following Ordinance:-The Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020 (No.VII of 2020)
Not Taken Up
National 23 9 Muhammad Alamgir Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to utilize the un-utilized lands and properties owned by the Federal Government in order to generate revenue for departments and cover losses
Not Taken Up
National 23 4 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Ali Amin Khan, PTI
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Syed Amin ul Haque, MQM
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Syed Fakhar Imam, PTI
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Khurram Dastgir Khan, PML-N
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Agha Hassan Baloch, BNP-M
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Lal Chand Malhi, PTI
to pay tribute to Kashmiris on Kashmir Martyrs' Day (Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir) for their struggle against Indian illegal occupation of Indian Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
National 23 4 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Ali Amin Khan, PTI
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Ch. Muhammad Hamid Hameed, PML-N
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Faheem Khan, PTI
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Mukhtar Ahmad Bharath, PML-N
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Ali Nawaz Awan, PTI
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Zahid Akram Durani, MMA
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Ch. Nadeem Abbas Rebera, PML-N
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Imran Khattak, PTI
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Nafeesa Inayatullah Khan Khattak, PTI
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Mohsin Javed, IND
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Shaheen Naz Saifullah, PTI
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, MQM
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 23 4 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
to make teaching of the Holy Quran with translation compulsory in educational institutions
Adopted
National 22 13 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
that this House strongly condemn the blasphemous statement of Religious Scholar in the honor of Syeda Fatima Zahara (a.s) on Social Media
Adopted
National 22 11 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
to write the words of `Khatim-ul-Nabiyeen’ after the name of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him)
Adopted
Sindh 9 1 Syed Murad Ali Shah, PPPP
To express condolence over demise of Minister for Human Settlement Ghulam Murtaza Baloch who passed away yesterday after contracting the coronavirus
Adopted
National 20 2 Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to reduce the prices of petroleum products
Not Taken Up
National 20 2 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to reduce the prices of petroleum products
Not Taken Up
National 20 2 Uzma Riaz, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to impart training program to sensitize Islamabad Capital Police on violence against children particularly on child abuse
Not Taken Up
National 20 2 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to restore the educational increments of all Federal Government employees
Not Taken Up
National 20 2 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to make polio free Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 20 2 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 20 2 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The China Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. XII of 2019) (ii) The Tax Laws (Second Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXVI of 2019) (iii) The Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXIV of 2019) (iv) The National Accountability (Second Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXVII of 2019) ” (v) The Recovery of Mortgage backed Security Ordinance, 2019 (IX of 2019). (vi) The National Counter Terrorism Authority (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (VII of 2019). (vii) The Pakistan Penal Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (VI of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 20 1 Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, MQM
The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution condemning genocide of Muslims in India by Hindu extremists and urging upon government to take up the matter with OIC in order to ensure the security of Muslims and minorities in India
Adopted
National 20 1 Syed Amin ul Haque, MQM
The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution condemning genocide of Muslims in India by Hindu extremists and urging upon government to take up the matter with OIC in order to ensure the security of Muslims and minorities in India
Adopted
National 20 1 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution condemning genocide of Muslims in India by Hindu extremists and urging upon government to take up the matter with OIC in order to ensure the security of Muslims and minorities in India
Adopted
National 20 1 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution condemning genocide of Muslims in India by Hindu extremists and urging upon government to take up the matter with OIC in order to ensure the security of Muslims and minorities in India
Adopted
National 20 1 Usama Qadri, MQM
The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution condemning genocide of Muslims in India by Hindu extremists and urging upon government to take up the matter with OIC in order to ensure the security of Muslims and minorities in India
Adopted
National 20 1 Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MQM
The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution condemning genocide of Muslims in India by Hindu extremists and urging upon government to take up the matter with OIC in order to ensure the security of Muslims and minorities in India
Adopted
National 20 1 Salah-ud-Din, MQM
The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution condemning genocide of Muslims in India by Hindu extremists and urging upon government to take up the matter with OIC in order to ensure the security of Muslims and minorities in India
Adopted
National 20 1 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution condemning genocide of Muslims in India by Hindu extremists and urging upon government to take up the matter with OIC in order to ensure the security of Muslims and minorities in India
Adopted
National 20 1 Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, PTI
The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution condemning genocide of Muslims in India by Hindu extremists and urging upon government to take up the matter with OIC in order to ensure the security of Muslims and minorities in India
Adopted
National 20 1 Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, PPPP
The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution condemning genocide of Muslims in India by Hindu extremists and urging upon government to take up the matter with OIC in order to ensure the security of Muslims and minorities in India
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Seemee Ezdi, PTI
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Nuzhat Sadiq, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Walid Iqbal, PTI
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Samina Saeed, PTI
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Sassui Palijo, PPPP
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Begum Najma Hameed, PML-N
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Abida Muhamamd Azeem, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Gul Bashra, PKMAP
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Muhsin Aziz, PTI
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Asad Junejo, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Sajjad Hussain Turi, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Faisal Javed, PTI
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Fida Muhammad, PTI
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Syed Muzafar Hussain Shah, PML-F
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Mirza Muhammad Afridi, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Aurangzeb Khan, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Dilawar Khan, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Muhammad Ali Khan Saif, MQM
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Rana Maqbool Ahmed, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Dr. Asif Kirmani, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Mehar Taj Roghani, PTI
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Sana Jamali, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Nighat Mirza, MQM
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Senate 297 2 Shaheen Khalid Butt, IND
The Senate of Pakistan on the eve of International Women's Day being celebrated annually on 8th March: Recognizes that the International women's Day is a time to reflect on progress made and to celebrate the acts of courage and determination by a courageous woman who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and societies; Acknowledges that Islam provides women a position of honour and respect with clearly stated rights and obligations; Reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for taking necessary measures in pursuance of Sustainable Goal No.5 Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls'; Appreciates the political, economic, social and cultural achievements and contributions of Pakistani women from all walks of life; Reaffirms the importance of gender equality and balance in creation of an inclusive society which has far reaching effects not only on women but also on the societies at large;Resolves to carry froward the agenda of gender equality and women empowerment based on the vision of our founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah that: 'No nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.' Recommends that the Government should take effective steps to protect the constitutional rights of women by creating an enabling environment which provides, equal opportunities of work and pay, protection against sexual harassment and violence, facilities of healthcare and education and equal participation in political process and decision making, to all women and girls in the country
Adopted
Balochistan 20 4 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
Need to establish technical colleges in ever union councils
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 20 4 Mir Hammal, BNP-A
Need to establish technical colleges in ever union councils
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 20 4 Akhtar Hussain Langau, BNP
Need to establish technical colleges in ever union councils
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 20 4 Ahmed Nawaz, BNP
Saryab region was ignored from developmental works
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 20 4 Abdul Wahid Siddiqui, MMA
Railway Line of Zoab railway section promised
Not Taken Up
Balochistan 20 3 Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind, PTI
to express solidarity with people of Iran and China over casualties caused by outspread of the coronavirus
Adopted
Balochistan 20 2 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
Demanding government to overcome unemployment issue
Adopted
Balochistan 20 2 Akhtar Hussain Langau, BNP
Demanding government to overcome unemployment issue
Adopted
Balochistan 20 2 Muhammad Akbar, BNP
Demanding government to overcome unemployment issue
Adopted
Balochistan 20 2 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
To provide basic facilities in public societies housing
Adopted
Balochistan 20 2 Zabid Ali, MMA
Construct two lane road between mastung and Quetta
Adopted
Balochistan 20 2 Abdul Wahid Siddiqui, MMA
To use proper religious words in textbooks
Adopted
Punjab 19 3 Wasiq Qayyum Abbasi, PTI
This house pay tribute to the Pakistan Kabaddi team over winning the World Cup
Adopted
Punjab 19 3 Sabeen Gul Khan, PTI
to declare provision of clean drinking water facility to each citizen among fundamental rights of the Constitution of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
Punjab 19 3 Muhammad Ayub Khan, PML-N
make legislation for payment of group insurance amount on superannuation retirement of the government employees
Not Taken Up
Punjab 19 3 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
supply water to a village of Faisalabad through canals for irrigation purpose
Not Taken Up
Punjab 19 3 Asia Amjad, PTI
take steps to ban movies on media or social media having sexually explicit content
Not Taken Up
Punjab 19 3 Syed Usman Mehmood, PPPP
set up public toilets in four districts of South Punjab
Not Taken Up
Punjab 19 3 Muhammad Tahir Pervaiz, PML-N
ensure precautionary measures to avoid coronavirus in the province and repair visual field machines at Mayo
Not Taken Up
Punjab 19 3 Rabia Nusrat, PML-N
repair visual field machines at Mayo and Services Hospitals Lahore
Not Taken Up
Senate 295 23 Zeeshan Khanzada, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should prepare a National Transport Policy for National Highways and Motorways in order to protect commuter’s rights, improve facilities for commuters, improve traffic discipline and to carry out regular maintenance of highways and motorways in the country
Deferred
Senate 295 23 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
Recognizing the fact that on the Hazara Motorway (M-15) no interchange has been provided to connect the Abbottabad city; Realizing that Abbottabad is the divisional headquarter, the most populated district of Hazara division and not only a tourist place itself but also connecting the famous tourist sites of Thandyani, Galliyat, Nathia Gali, Ayubia, Muree and Azad Kashmir as well as home of Pakistan Military Academy Kakul; Therefore, in order to facilitate the large population of Abbotabad City as well as the tourists and residents of Thandyani, Galliyat, Nathia Gali and Ayubia besides providing quick access to the Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul, this House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps for the construction of an Interchange and road to connect Abbottabad city to Hazara Motorway (M-15)
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
The Senate of Pakistan; Conscious of the obligations of the State of Pakistan under Article 40 of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973 which provides that the State shall ''promote international peace and security, foster goodwill and friendly relations among all nations and encourage the settlement of international disputes by peaceful means''; Aware of the moral obligations of the world community, including Pakistan, to stand for just, fair and peaceful resolution of Palestinian issue in the light of about two hundred UNGA and UNSC resolutions; Committed to upholding and preserving the principles of freedom, justice, equity and fair play as enunciated by numerous instruments of international law;Dismayed by the continued occupation of Palestinians’ land by the Israel, detention of hundreds of Palestinians in Israeli jails, and the relentless oppression of Palestinians by the Israeli forces; Concerned by the so called '' deal of the century'' that tantamount to an instrument of humiliating surrender for the Palestinians before the oppressor and the aggressor; Realizing the need for a just, fair and peaceful solution of the issue of Palestine in the light of UNGA and UNSC resolutions, including the establishment of a sovereign Palestinian State, safe return of all Palestinians to their homes and lands currently in illegitimate possession of Israeli settlers in breach of international law, and stopping the acts of aggression against Palestinians; This House Calls upon the Government of Pakistan to: i) Take steps for summoning an emergency Summit Meeting of the OIC to chalk out a consensus-based strategy, with due regard to the rights and legitimate interests of the Palestinian people as recognized by the international law, for amicable settlement of the Palestinian issue;ii) Take steps for summoning special session of the UNGA to consider the constitution of an international Arbitration Commission, to hear the Palestinians and other stakeholders, and explore options for a peaceful resolution of the Palestinian issue, including the establishment of a sovereign Palestinian State, the safe return of Palestinian refugees to their homes and land currently under illegitimate occupation of Israelis, and immediate release of all Palestinians currently languishing in Israeli jails; 4 iii) Constitute a Special Committee of the parliamentarians, international law experts and representatives of human rights organizations, to visit Canada, Mexico, Latin and South America, the UK, the EU members, Russia, Turkey, China, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, African countries and Middle Eastern States as a global awareness campaign to sensitize the world community about the need for: a) A peaceful and just solution to the Palestinian issue in the larger interest of world peace and security; b) Continued aid and technical assistance to the Palestinians in the wake of the "Deal of the Century" that entails no more aid.”
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Liaqat Khan Tarakai, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take steps to increase the upper age limit from 40 years to 45 years for BS-18 and from 45 years to 50 years for BS-19 officers for posting as Community Welfare Attachee in Pakistan Missions abroad
Deferred
Senate 295 23 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should introduce a Group Insurance Scheme for its Employees, whereby Federal Government Servants shall be entitled to get the insured amount at the time of retirement out of their Group Insurance Fund, on the analogy of the Provincial Government employees
Reffered To Committee
Senate 295 23 Agha Shahzaib Durrani, PML-N
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people;Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis.
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Dr. Jehanzeb Jamaldini, BNP-M
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Molana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri, JUI
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Mir Kabeer Ahmed Muhammad Shahi, NP
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Mushahid Ullah Khan, PML-N
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Muhammad Talha Mehmood, JUI-F
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Molvi Faiz Muhammad, JUI
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Sitara Ayaz, ANP
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Shamim Afridi, IND
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo, NP
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Shaheen Khalid Butt, IND
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Ghous Muhammad Khan Niazi, PML-N
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 23 Muhammad Tahir Bizenjo, NP
This House condemns the recent wheat and flour crisis in the country, this unprecedented rise in the prices of both commodities and the resultant record inflationary trend in the country has broken the back of masses which clearly shows the non-serious attitude, incompetence and negligence of the incumbent government and its inability to provide relief to the people; Concerned about the miseries of common masses that has been multiplied by the artificial shortage of these commodities. Despite facing desert locust attack, floods and record inflation, this House is unable to understand the logic behind allowing exports of these commodities in these testing times; Urges that every possible measure shall be taken by the Government to provide safeguard to the people and ensure that effective measures shall be taken to ensure the social welfare of the people; Demands that the Government should immediately place the inquiry report of Federal Investigation Agency about current wheat crisis before the Senate of Pakistan, so that vulnerable people of Pakistan will be able to identify the main culprits responsible for creating this crisis
Adopted
National 19 12 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Whistleblower Protection and Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2019 (XXIII of 2019 ) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27-02-2020, 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 19 11 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Whistleblower Protection and Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2019 (XXIII of 2019 ) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27-02-2020, under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 10 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights Ordinance, 2019 (XVII of 2019 ) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27- 02-2020, under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 10 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Legal Aid and Justice Authority Ordinance, 2019 (XVIII of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27-02-2020, under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 10 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Superior Courts (Courts Dress and Mode of Address) Order (Repeal) Ordinance, 2019 (XIX of 2019 ) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27-02-2020, under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 10 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Benami Transaction (Prohibition) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (XX of 2019 ) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27-02-2020, under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 10 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (XXI of 2019 ) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27-02- 2020, under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 10 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (XXII of 2019 ) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27- 02-2020, under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 10 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Whistleblower Protection and Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2019 (XXIII of 2019 ) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 27-02-2020, under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 10 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
This House Extends its full and complete support in solidarity with the Government and people of China for their dedicated efforts and efficient policies to combat the Corona virus. Commends the efforts of the Chinese Government under the able leadership of President Xi Jinping for treating Pakistani citizens specially students in Wuhan City, just like their own by providing them with best possible care. Wishes to appreciate the way in which China is dealing with extremely tense situation under the esteemed leadership of President Xi Jinping to combat and fully eliminate Corona Virus. Pakistan stands united with their Chinese brethren in this difficult time and moment of medical emergency and extends its full support to them in this difficult time
Adopted
Senate 295 20 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should introduce a Group Insurance Scheme for its Employees, whereby Federal Government Servants shall be entitled to get the insured amount at the time of retirement out of their Group Insurance Fund, on the analogy of the Provincial Government employees
Deferred
Senate 295 20 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Government should establish regular crossing point at Pak-Afghan border in the area of Kharki, Shahi bin Shahi, district Lower Dir for cross border movement of the people
Deferred
Senate 295 20 Rukhsana Zuberi, PPPP
This House recommends to the Government to formulate a support structure for kidnapped and missing individuals
Adopted
Senate 295 20 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to fix the minimum wage for labourers @ Rs. 30,000/ p.m., increase the pension of labourers @ 100%, ensure the timely payment of death grant, marriage grant, educational stipends to the labourers and their children out of the workers welfare fund and prohibit the transfer of money from the said fund to other heads/sectors
Deferred
Senate 295 20 A. Rehman Malik, PPPP
This House salutes the people of Kashmir who have sacrificed their lives for their right of self determination. The House also pays tribute to the security forces of the country for sacrificing their lives to protect the LoC against the Indian aggression. The House recommends that the Government should: i) move a Resolution in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) asking for fixing the date of plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir for the self determination of Kashmiri people as per the UNSC decision and the Karachi Agreement of 1949 which shall be supervised by the Truce Sub-Committee to be constituted under the said Agreement;ii) Should ask the International Human Rights Commission, Geneva to send a high powered delegation to investigate the recent human rights violations in Indian Occupies Kashmir during the curfew continuously for more than 100 days; iii) should appoint a high powered delegation to go to the OIC to ask it to play its role for the protection of oppressed Kashmiri people.
Adopted
Senate 295 20 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House expresses its concern over the non-fulfillment of the pledges made to the people of erstwhile FATA at the time of its merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; The House also deplores the non-implementation of the Rs.100 billion annual development package and provision of employment to the youth of the erstwhile FATA; The House, therefore urges upon the Government to take necessary steps for the fulfillment of all the pledges made with the people of those areas with particular reference to release and make plan for utilization of the Rs. 100 billion package, development of infrastructure, establishment of the Universities, provision of employment to the youth, electrification of the non-electrified areas, provision of uninterrupted electricity and establishment of regular crossing points on Pak-Afghan border for promotion of trade in those areas
Deferred
Senate 295 20 Mushahid Hussain Syed, IND
The Senate of Pakistan expresses its full solidarity and support to the Government, Parliament and people of China as they combat the Corona Virus crisis with dedication, commitment and courage. The Senate also wishes to express its appreciation to the Government of China for treating Pakistani Citizens, especially students in Wuhan just like their own citizens, by providing them protection and comfort. The Senate also wishes to place on record its appreciation of the leadership of President Xi Jinping, who is a great friend of Pakistan, in strongly leading what will be a very successful operation to combat, contain and finally eliminate the Corona virus. Pakistan fully supports the counter attack on the Corona Virus launched by China and extends full cooperation to our Chinese brethren in this difficult moment of the medical and health emergency caused by the Corona Virus
Adopted
National 19 7 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (XV of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 16-02-2020, 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 19 7 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Medical Tribunal Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIV of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 16-02-2020, 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 19 6 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
That this House strongly condemns the brutal killing of 8 year old Iwaz Noor in Nowshehra and demands that to stop these shameful and brutal killings of children and give a strong deterrent effect, the killers and rapists should not only be given death penalty by hanging but they should be hanged publically
Adopted
National 19 5 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to establish more hospitals in the Federal Capital
Not Taken Up
National 19 5 Nasiba Channa, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to enhance the existing capacity of production of anti-rabies and anti-venom vaccines in NIH.”
Not Taken Up
National 19 5 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 Islamabad for Government employees
Not Taken Up
National 19 5 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to exempt all mosques and Madaris from all taxes being charged in electricity bills
Not Taken Up
National 19 5 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to promote Thar coal project to resolves the energy crisis in Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 5 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The China Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. XII of 2019) (ii) The Tax Laws (Second Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXVI of 2019) (iii) The Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXIV of 2019) (iv) The National Accountability (Second Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXVII of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 19 5 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Medical Tribunal Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIV of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 16-02-2020, under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 5 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (XV of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 16-02-2020, under proviso to subparagraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Not Taken Up
National 19 4 Syed Fakhar Imam, PTI
Emphasizing that 5th February is the International Day of Solidarity being marked all over the world to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir who are living under a state of siege since more than seven decades under a fierce and cruel Indian occupation, Expressing unflinching, unwavering and unstinting commitment of the people of Pakistan with the people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ) also expressing solidarity with our brothers and sisters in their historical struggle for their freedom and rights, Honoring the courageous and the valiant people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and paying tribute to all those men, women and children who have laid down their lives fighting for their right of self-determination over seven decades, Reaffirming that Jammu and Kashmir remains the subject of an internationally recognized dispute that has been and continues to be on the agenda of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) since 1948, and affirmed by the subsequent relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions, Recognizing that any political process held under the foreign occupation cannot be a substitute to the exercise of the right to self determination by the people of the Jammu and Kashmir as provided in the relevant UNSC Resolutions, Reaffirming Pakistan's consistent political, moral and diplomatic support to the Kashmiri people until the realization of their legitimate right to self- determination as per the relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions, 1. Condemn strongly the unilateral and illegal action of the Indian Government of August 5 and October 31, 2019 and the subsequent illegal detentions, arrests, lockdown, communications blockade, media blackout in the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir, which have brought immense sufferings to the people of Kashmir; 2. Expresses grave concern at the continued presence of more than 900,000 military personnel thereby turning the entire valley into a virtual open prison, and making it one of the most militarized areas of the world; 3. Condemns the past and present Indian atrocities, including detention of over 13,000 Kashmiri youth at undisclosed locations, the use of pellet guns by the Indian military against innocent civilians, and torture and humiliation of the ordinary civilians; 4. Expresses concern at the illegal detention and long incarceration of political leaders from different political parties, particularly the Kashmiri Hurriyat leaders like Yasin Malik, Shabbir Shah who was first arrested when he was 14 years old and kept behind bars on and off, presently more than 65 years of age and still in Jail, Syeda Asiya Andrabi kept behind bars for 11 years collectively, Syed Ali Gilani house arrested and Mir Waiz Umar Farooq house arrested, Dr. Qasim Faktu behind bars for 27 long years on a stretch, Masrat Alam in Jail for 19 years continuously and many such more political prisoners; 5. Strongly condemns the horrifying violence against women especially the use of rape as a weapon of war by the Indian occupation forces; 6. Deplores the impunity accorded to the Indian occupation forces by India's draconian laws, and the continuing restrictions on freedom of movement, and expression in the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmirconstituting gross violation of fundamental rights of the people of Kashmir, 7. Denounces lndia’s deliberate targeting of civilian populations with the intensified ceasefire violations, which has led to the death of Kashmiris across the line of control, further threatening peace and Security in the region; 8. Expresses concern also at Indian strong-arm tactics to alter the demography through ethnic cleansing in Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir in violation of the international human rights law including the 4th Geneva Convention; 9. Rejects totally the BJP Government's belligerence and warmongering inspired by the exclusionary Hindutva ideology in utter disregard of human rights laws and threatening to destroy peace and stability in the region, and reaffirms the unshakeable resolve of the Pakistani nation to thwart any Indian aggression; 10. Welcomes the United Nation Security Council Resolutions consultations of the 16th August 2019 and 15th January 2020 that acknowledge the internationally recognized nature of the dispute, and the gravity of the situation post August 5 and its implications for the regional peace and security; 11. Notes the Report of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) of June 2018 and July 2019 documenting extensively the grave and systematic violations of human rights in the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and endorses the call by the High Commissioner of the Human Rights Council to conduct a comprehensive independent international investigation into the alleged human rights violations in Kashmir; 12. Appreciates the role played by world leaders, statesmen and stateswomen, parliamentarians, human rights organizations, international media, and many countries, particularly China, Malaysia, Turkey and Iran in raising their voice against Indian atrocities in IOJ&K; 13. Calls upon the United Nations Security Council to enforce a peaceful settlement of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute in accordance with the relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions; 14. Urges the Government of India to implement forthwith numerous pending United Nation Security Council Resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir that call for a free and impartial plebiscite conducted under the auspices of the United Nations to determine the will of the people for the final disposition (resolution) of the State of Jammu and Kashmir; 15. Demands that India immediately reverse and rescind its illegal action August 5,2019 and October 31st 2019, repeal the draconian laws such as Public Safety Act (PSA) and Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), withdraw its occupation troops from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and along the LOC and immediately lift its six month long inhuman lockdown, communication blockade and media blackout; 16. Urges the United Nation Security Council Resolutions to compel India to allow Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan and call upon India to respect the UNMOGIP mandate accorded by the United Nation Security Council Resolutions; 17. Demands that India immediately allow access to the international human rights and humanitarian organizations and Parliamentarians of the countries affiliated with United Nations as well as the international media to the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir so that they are able to assess and report the human rights situation there. 18. Calls upon OIC to immediately convene OIC special summit on Kashmir
Adopted
Senate 295 17 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps for prevention of epidemic infectious diseases like Influenza viruses types A, B and C and Diphtheria in the winter season in Islamabad Capital Territory and to issue specific directions to the public sector hospitals in this regard
Adopted
Senate 295 17 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends to the Government to formulate a comprehensive policy to address the issues of inflation and unemployment in the country
Adopted
Senate 295 17 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should introduce a Group Insurance Scheme for its Employees, whereby Federal Government Servants shall be entitled to get the insured amount at the time of retirement out of their Group Insurance Fund, on the analogy of the Provincial Government employees
Deferred
Senate 295 17 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
This House recommends that the Custom gateway at Chaman border be kept opened on 24 hours basis on the analogy of customs gateway at Torkham border in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to increase the magnitude of trade with Afghanistan and to facilitate the movement of people
Adopted
Senate 295 17 Atta ur Rehman, JUI
This House condemns the ban placed on media coverage of different political leaders by PEMRA and calls upon the Government to ensure media freedom and lift all such bans
Dropped
National 19 1 Asad Umar, PTI
“That the National Assembly resolves to extend the China Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority Ordinance, 2019 (XII of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f 02-02-2020, 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 19 1 Muhammad Hammad Azhar, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Tax Laws (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (XIII of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f 03-02-2020, under proviso to sub-paragraph (i) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Adopted
Punjab 18 4 Muhammad Muneeb Sultan Cheema, PTI
This house demanding for uniform educational policy for private educational institutes in the province
Rejected
Punjab 18 4 Chudhary Iftikhar Hussain Chhachhar, PML-N
This house demanding establishment of cardiology centres at the district level
Rejected
Punjab 18 4 Chudhary Iftikhar Hussain Chhachhar, PML-N
This house demanding actions against misbehaviour of Monitoring and Evaluation Assistants (MEAs) with teaching staff
Rejected
Punjab 18 4 Sabeen Gul Khan, PTI
This house has opinion that to provide clean drinking water as this is basic need for human being
Pending
Punjab 18 4 Muhammad Ayub Khan, PML-N
This house has opinion that to Pay group insurance to government employees
Pending
Punjab 18 4 Asia Amjad, PTI
This house demanding to federal and provincial government to end the speed breakers
Withdrawn
Punjab 18 4 Aysha Iqbal, PTI
This house opinion that to build government Schools in PP-160 and NA-128
Withdrawn
Punjab 18 4 Muhammad Faisal Khan Niazi, PML-N
This house opinion that to Increase seats in government medical colleges
Disposed off
Senate 295 14 Khushbakht Shujat, MQM
This House recommends that biographies of all the Martyrs who have been awarded Nishan-e-Haider so far may be included in the curriculum of all the educational institutions in the country
Adopted
Senate 295 14 Seemee Ezdi, PTI
This House recommends that Federal Government should take necessary measures to make all public buildings, hospitals, recreational and educational facilities accessible for persons with disabilities (PWDs) with accordance to article 9 of United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) which Pakistan has ratified in 2011
Adopted
Senate 295 14 Muhammad Javed Abbasi, PML-N
Whereas it is a fact that on Multan-Sukkur Motorway no interchange has been provided in Tehsil Sadiqabad to connect 1.1 million population of the Tehsil thereby forcing them to use the distant Guddu Interchange in Sindh Province or travel 60 kms back to Iqbalabad Interchange in District Rahim Yar Khan; Recognizing that District Rahim Yar Khan has been provided connectivity to this Motorway through three interchanges at different places, depriving the entire Tehsil of Sadiqabad of the connectivity to Motorway by non-provision of an interchange is a clear discrimination and denial of social and economic rights to the people of Sadiqabad.” Realizing that Pakistan's largest gas processing and supply project i.e. Pak-Qatar LNG project has been established in Village Bhong, Tehsil Sadiqabad, and the famous Bhong Mosque, famous tourist site is also located there, non-provision of connectivity to the motorway will adversely affect the economic viability and potential benefits of the said project and the tourist spot in that Tehsil; Therefore, in view of the social and economic importance of the area, this house recommends that the Government should take immediate steps for the construction of an Interchange at village Bhong, Tehsil Sadiqabad, District Rahim Yar Khan at the Multan-Sukkur Motorway
Adopted
Senate 295 14 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps for prevention of epidemic infectious diseases like Influenza viruses types A, B and C and Diphtheria in the winter season in Islamabad Capital Territory and to issue specific directions to the public sector hospitals in this regard
Deferred
Senate 295 14 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
The Senate of Pakistan expresses its deepest dismay and shock on the vicious and contemptuous act of burning and desecrating the Holy Quran in Norway by the member of SIAN, a right wing Islamophobic Norwegian group which has shocked the Muslims around the world The Senate of Pakistan strongly condemns this act for being hateful, vicious, and contrary to the principles of International law laid down in several instruments including the UN General Assembly Resolution No 36/55 of 25 November 1981, Article 18 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the European Court of Human Rights & European Guidelines on Freedom of Religion & Belief, the General Assembly Resolution 56/6 of 9 November 2001 on the Global Agenda for Dialogue among Civilizations and the Resolution of UN Commission on Human Rights 2005/40 The House considers that this viciously irresponsible act of the members of the infamous SIAN is calculated to harm interfaith harmony, communal peace, religious tolerance and ultimately global peace and tranquility. The Senate of Pakistan resolves to stand for upholding the globally recognized principles highlighted above and expresses the collective will of State and people of Pakistan against the vicious act of desecration of the Holy Quran by the members of SIAN and other Islamophobes. Therefore, the Senate of Pakistan: 1. Urges the Muslims to stay calm and refuse to be intimidated by the hate-mongering Islamophobes, and spread Islam's message of peace, tolerance and universal brotherhood; 2. Calls upon the Government of Pakistan i) To summon the Ambassador of Norway and convey the sense of shock and anguish felt by the people of Pakistan against the act of SIAN; ii) To impress upon the Norwegian authorities for taking lawful action against those who desecrated the Holy Quran in Oslo on 19th November, 2019; iii) To direct its diplomatic staff in Norway to provide appropriate legal and moral assistance to the Muslims who have been arrested in the incident; and iv) To use all political and diplomatic channels to ensure that such incidents are not repeated in the UN members States.” The notices of resolutions of Senators Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, Mulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri, Mulana Faiz Muhammad, Sirajul Haq and Kamran Michael on the same issue were also clubbed with the instant resolution
Adopted
Senate 295 14 Mirza Muhammad Afridi, IND
This House pays tribute to the legendary and popular poet Late Ahmed Faraz on the eve of his birthday. The House considers that Mr. Ahmad Faraz was a great poet of the country who rendered invaluable literary contributions for the country. He gave message of love, harmony and peace through his poetry. The Legendary poet will always be remembered with love and respect
Adopted
Punjab 18 1 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
This house to pay homage to a deceased former legislator
Adopted
Sindh 7 3 Mr. Ghulam Qadir Chandio, PPPP
Pay tribute to late PPP MPA Ali Mardan Shah
Adopted
Senate 295 11 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the recent 10% increase in Toll Tax on Motorways should be withdrawn
Rejected
Senate 295 11 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House recommends that scholarships for admission in Medical and Dental colleges granted to the students of Balochistan and FATA by HEC under the scheme for "Provision of Higher Education Opportunities for the Students of Balochistan and FATA" in 2019 be maintained and extended till 2022
Adopted
Senate 295 11 Mushahid Hussain Syed, IND
This House recommends that scholarships for admission in Medical and Dental colleges granted to the students of Balochistan and FATA by HEC under the scheme for "Provision of Higher Education Opportunities for the Students of Balochistan and FATA" in 2019 be maintained and extended till 2022
Adopted
Senate 295 11 Mehar Taj Roghani, PTI
This House recommends that the practice of reemployment of retired employees of PIA on contract basis should be stopped forthwith in order to provide better opportunities to the youth/young officers of the country
Reffered To Committee
Senate 295 11 Kalsoom Perveen, PML-N
This House recommends that, in view of the huge unemployment in the country, the Government should enhance the limit of age relaxation for recruitment in the Federal Government Departments by further two years
Reffered To Committee
Senate 295 11 Behramand, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to implement the "ease of doing business" programme, initiated by the present government, in letter and spirit and facilitate the business community to encourage the local and foreign investors to make investment in the country
Adopted
Senate 295 11 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps to provide official accommodations to all employees working in Government and semi Government departments
Adopted
Senate 295 11 Khushbakht Shujat, MQM
This House recommends that biographies of all the Martyrs who have been awarded Nishan-e-Haider so far may be included in the curriculum of all the educational institutions in the country
Deferred
KP 10 11 Shagufta Malik, ANP
the provincial government to reinstate the terminated staff of the Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan
Adopted
Senate 295 8 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the recent 10% increase in Toll Tax on Motorways should be withdrawn
Debated
Senate 295 8 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
on the Sad demise of former Chief Election Commissioner Mr. Justice (Retd.) Fakhuddin G. Ebrahim. January
Adopted
Senate 295 8 Muhammad Usman Khan Kakar, PKMAP
This House recommends that scholarships for admission in Medical and Dental colleges granted to the students of Balochistan and FATA by HEC under the scheme for "Provision of Higher Education Opportunities for the Students of Balochistan and FATA" in 2019 be maintained and extended till 2022
Deferred
Senate 295 8 Seemee Ezdi, PTI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps in coordination with the Provincial Governments for the training and development of human resources in order to maximize the returns from the opportunities arising out of the implementation of CPEC projects in the country
Adopted
Senate 295 8 Mushahid Hussain Syed, IND
Realizing the grave consequences of the alarming rate of population growth revealed in the population census, 2017 in the country and its adverse impacts on people and society; Recognizing the fact that parents not only have the right to freely decide the number and spacing of their children but also the responsibility of maintaining a balance between their family size and resources; The House urges upon the Government to take all necessary steps in coordination with the Provincial Governments to bring down the rate of population growth to a sustainable level through intensive information campaigns and expansion of family planning services in the country
Deferred
Senate 295 8 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
This House shows deep concern on the 10% reduction in the budget of Higher Education Commission during the current fiscal year as against the last fiscal year which coupled with 20% inflation and depreciation of Pakistani Currency increases to critical level. The House deplores that as against the demand of Rs. 103 billion, later revised to Rs. 84 billion, made by the Universities Grants Commission for the current fiscal year the Government only allocated Rs. 59 billion which has resulted in financial crisis in the Universities. The House recognizes that higher education is the right of every citizen and the provision of the same is the fundamental and constitutional responsibility of the State and the Government.The House, therefore, demands that the Government should take immediate steps to provide Rs. 21 billion more to the HEC in order to enable the Universities to overcome their financial crisis
Adopted
Senate 295 8 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to establish a State of Art Trauma Center in all hospitals under the administrative control of the Federal Government
Adopted
National 18 10 Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to ensure stability of Pak Rupee against U.S. Dollar
Not Taken Up
National 18 10 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to fix pension of all the Federal Government servants equal to their basic pay on retirement
Not Taken Up
National 18 10 James Iqbal, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to construct new dams in the country
Not Taken Up
National 18 10 Sher Akbar Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to make arrangement for supply of natural gas to District Boner
Not Taken Up
National 18 10 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide subsidy to pilgrims under the government Hajj scheme
Not Taken Up
KP 10 8 Sardar Muhammad Yousaf Zaman, PML-N
recommending the government to resolve issues of Hazar community residing in Karachi
Adopted
KP 10 8 Shafiq Afridi, BAP
provide facilities at Pak-Afghan border in Torkham
Adopted
KP 10 8 Zeenat Bibi, PTI
establish food testing laboratory in the province
Adopted
National 18 6 Azhar Qayyum Nahra, PML-N
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 18 6 Nooreen Farooq Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to prevent the rising trend of domestic violence against women and children in the Islamabad Capital Territory
Not Taken Up
National 18 6 Naveed Aamir, PPPP
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 18 6 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to exempt all mosques and Madaris from all taxes being charged in electricity bills
Not Taken Up
National 18 6 Nasiba Channa, 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
KP 10 5 Sardar Hussain, ANP
Natual gas in District Bunner
Not Taken Up
KP 10 5 Shagufta Malik, ANP
Lagislation for disabaled persons
Not Taken Up
KP 10 5 Humaira Khatoon, MMA
Traffic issue in Peshawar
Not Taken Up
KP 10 5 Inayatullah, MMA
Reserving posts for belonging to any class or area
Not Taken Up
KP 10 5 Nighat Yasmin Orakzai, PPPP
Decision of Supreme Court against Baberi Masjid
Not Taken Up
KP 10 5 Sardar Hussain, ANP
Decision of Supreme Court against Baberi Masjid
Not Taken Up
KP 10 5 Sultan Muhammad Khan, PTI
Decision of Supreme Court against Baberi Masjid
Not Taken Up
KP 10 5 Shagufta Malik, ANP
Decision of Supreme Court against Baberi Masjid
Not Taken Up
KP 10 4 Sultan Muhammad Khan, PTI
demanding the Parliament to establish National Commission for Interfaith harmony
Adopted
KP 10 4 Humaira Khatoon, MMA
demanding to end gas load-shedding issue in the province
Adopted
KP 10 4 Sardar Aurangzaib, PML-N
restore Pakistan Television set up in Abbottabad
Adopted
KP 10 4 Babar Saleem Swati, PTI
fulfil promises made with the local people before construction of road from Mansehra to Takot
Adopted
KP 10 4 Naseer Ullah Khan, PTI
handover administrative affairs of FATA House in Islamabad to KP Assembly
Adopted
KP 10 4 Wazir Zada, PTI
give representation to people of Kalash, Shaikh and Barorai communities in Frontier Constabulary.
Adopted
KP 10 4 Ayesha Banno, PTI
an increase in imprisonment period of those involved in cases of sexual abuse of children
Reffered To Committee
KP 10 1 Waqar Ahmad Khan, ANP
to condemn murder of a political worker in Mingora, Swat
Adopted
KP 10 1 Nighat Yasmin Orakzai, PPPP
condemning Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir and inside India
Adopted
KP 10 1 Ayesha Banno, PTI
urging the government to install biometric attendance system for prisons inside the province
Adopted
Senate 295 4 Behramand, PPPP
This House recommends that the Government should take measures to facilitate the businesses and to eradicate the red tape culture in order to promote business activities in the country
Adopted
Senate 295 4 Mushtaq Ahmed, JI
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to launch programmes for imparting training in various skills to women in the country and to provide them with suitable employment in order to help alleviate the population living below the poverty line in the country
Adopted
Senate 295 4 Mian Muhammad Ateeq Shaikh, MQM
This House recommends to the Government to take necessary steps for increasing Pakistan's share of value added exports to the European Union countries
Adopted
Senate 295 4 Syed Muhammad Sabir Shah, IND
This House recommends that the Government employees appointed on disabled persons quota may be exempted from payment of Income tax
Adopted
Senate 295 4 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the recent 10% increase in Toll Tax on Motorways should be withdrawn
Deferred
National 18 4 Ch. Tariq Bashir Cheema, PML
recommending ban on import, publication, distribution and sale of material containing blasphemous contents in the country in electronic, print and social media, which was unanimously adopted by the House. Mr. Speaker referred the matter to the Standing Committee on Religious Affairs and Inter-faith Harmony
Adopted
Punjab 17 9 Muhammad Muneeb Sultan Cheema, PTI
Urging private school systems to use those uniforms which are easily available in markets
Pending
Punjab 17 9 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
Demanding to sell lifesaving milk and XMTVI Maxamaid tax free
Rejected
Punjab 17 9 Sabeen Gul Khan, PTI
assurance of clean drinking water for every citizen of Pakistan
Pending
Punjab 17 9 Muhammad Ayub Khan, PML-N
Demanding legislation for reimbursement of insurance of retired government servants
Pending
Punjab 17 9 Ammar Yasir, PML
Demanding to take measures for restriction of blasphemous content on social media platforms
Adopted
Punjab 17 5 Muneeb ul Haq, PML-N
Demanding reduction in prices of fertilizers
Rejected
Punjab 17 5 Muhammad Muneeb Sultan Cheema, PTI
Urging private school systems to use those uniforms which are easily available in markets
Pending
Punjab 17 5 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
Demanding to sell lifesaving milk and XMTVI Maxamaid tax free
Pending
Punjab 17 5 Sabeen Gul Khan, PTI
assurance of clean drinking water for every citizen of Pakistan
Pending
Punjab 17 5 Muhamamd Latasab Satti, PTI
violation of High court’s decision in Murree
Withdrawn
Punjab 17 5 Seemabia Tahir, PTI
need of repairing railing along Motorway to reduce accidents.
Adopted
Punjab 17 5 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
Demanding to express solidarity with special people
Adopted
Punjab 17 5 Muhammad Ayub Khan, PML-N
Demanding legislation for reimbursement of insurance of retired government servents
Pending
Punjab 17 5 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
Demand of awarding Mamu Kanjan status of Tehsil
Rejected
Punjab 17 5 Chudhary Iftikhar Hussain Chhachhar, PML-N
establishment of Cardiology centers in the province.
Pending
Punjab 17 5 Sadiqa Sahibdad Khan, PTI
Demanding availability of Public washrooms for women
Adopted
Balochistan 18 4 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
To provide all facilities to Gawadar Port
Adopted
Balochistan 18 4 Mir Hammal, BNP-A
To provide all facilities to Gawadar Port
Adopted
Balochistan 18 4 Akhtar Hussain Langau, BNP
To provide all facilities to Gawadar Port
Adopted
Balochistan 18 4 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
Issues faced by tahajur for export and import
Adopted
Balochistan 18 4 Ahmed Nawaz, BNP
To make road and infrastructure in sariab
Deferred
Balochistan 18 3 Danish Kumar, BAP
Condemn the act passed in India
Adopted
Balochistan 18 2 Mir Jan Muhammad Khan Jamali, BAP
denounce desecration of Holy Quran in Norway
Adopted
Balochistan 18 2 Asghar Ali Tareen, MMA
denounce desecration of Holy Quran in Norway
Adopted
Balochistan 18 2 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
called for restoration of student unions in the province
Adopted
Balochistan 18 2 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
recommended decrease in prices of edibles
Adopted
Balochistan 18 2 Asghar Ali Tareen, MMA
expansion of NADRA Centre established in district Pishin
Adopted
Punjab 17 2 Uzma Kardar, PTI
urging the Federal Government to approach the United Nations against Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir and its recent legislation about religious minorities
Adopted
Sindh 6 36 Murad Ali Shah, PPPP
This House recognizes with deep dismay, the continued atrocities being meted out by Prime Minister Narinder Modi’s Government on Muslims across India and the Indian Occupied Kashmir; Categorically condemns the unilateral lockdown of Indian Occupied Kashmir, now for over 130 days, and the State sanctioned brutalities on its innocent residents;Laments the violence by Indian Law Enforcement Agencies on Muslim students and other democratic peace loving citizens exercising their right to protest;Recognizes the alarming rise in incidents of fascism and violent extremism towards Muslims in India, during the BJP Government; Rejects India’s recently passed Citizenship Amendment Act which seeks to systemically marginalise and exclude Muslims; Expresses dismay at the silence of the international community over these continuing violations of fundamental human rights; Demands that the Federal Government approach the United Nations, UNHRC and the OIC to censure the Government of India over its persistent and targeted persecution of Muslims
Adopted
Sindh 6 35 Rana Ansar, MQM
the destruction of Martyrs Monument structure at Jinnah Ground in Karachi
Adopted
Sindh 6 35 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
to establish NICVD Satellite/ Chest Pain Center in Sanghar
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 35 Arsalan Taj Hussain, PTI
to establish Safe City Authority by the Government in the Province especially in Karachi City
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 35 Saeed Ahmed, PTI
to take measures to resolve outstanding problems faced by universities and enhance their budgetary allocations by releasing their due share out of annual budget
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 35 Arif Mustafa Jatoi, GDA
to distribute to poor hungry people in a transparent manner billions of Rupees of wheat stock
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 35 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
the amount in the head of group insurance be given to the employees at the age of superannuation in the Province
Not Taken Up
National 17 7 Shafqat Mehmood, PTI
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Ch. Tariq Bashir Cheema, PML
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Malik Muhammad Aamir Dogar, PTI
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Ahsan Iqbal, PML-N
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Shazia Marri, PPPP
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Molana Abdul Wasay, MMA
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Robina Irfan, BAP
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
National 17 7 Syed Amin ul Haque, MQM
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan unanimously condemns the India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, a discriminatory law enacted by Indian Parliament last week. Underlines that the adoption of this Law is an indication of the dangerous extremists tendencies of the current government in India. States that the controversial amendment is against international norms of equality and non-discrimination and International Human Rights Law as it seeks to set-up a religious based criteria for a group of citizenship; Further states that this amendment is also against bilateral agreements and understandings between India and Pakistan particularly those on security and rights of minorities in the respective countries; Stresses that the status of minorities in India remains deplorable and points to instances of persecution of minorities including mob lynchings, particularly targeting Muslims and low caste Dalits by cow-vigilantes from extremist Hindu organizations like Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal, schemes like GharWapsi and ‘Love Jihad’, and violence against Christians and other minorities; Underlines that the new Act ostensibly tries to give the impression that it aims to provide protection to minorities from neighboring countries while ignoring the fact that the rights of minorities in India continue to be violated; Reiterates that Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is the only Muslim majority area in India where now 8 million innocent Kashmiris are collectively incarcerated and penalized by 900,000 Indian occupation forces; and face the danger of forced demographic change; 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 struggle for this just struggle in line with United Nations Security Council Resolutions.Further reiterates the recent anti-Muslim actions of the BJP/RSS led government like revocation of Article 370 from the Indian constitution and illegal annexation of the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IOJ&K), and collective incarceration and violation of the rights of more than 8 million innocent Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces for the last four months, shifting the burden of proof of citizenship on minorities through the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam and rewarding those who vandalized the Babri Mosque in 1992 by relegating issue to Hindu faith; Asserts that extremist and fascist measures of BJP government in pursuit of Hindutva ideology are fast leading India into a Hindu Rashtra where the minorities, particularly Muslims are facing the brunt of persecution; Notes with grave concern the Indian State’s excessive use of force and violent response against protesters, in particular religious minorities and Muslim students in various parts of Indian. Condemns the 2019 controversial Amendment Act to India’s Citizenship Law in the strongest terms which is not only regressive and discriminatory but also interference in the affairs of neighboring countries; Rejects India’s patently false insinuation that minorities in Pakistan are not protected; Reiterates that all minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan under its Constitution and enjoy equal protection of laws and continue to contribute actively to our collective national development and prosperity; States that all institutions in Pakistan including the Parliament continue to mainstream our minorities and to promote their welfare; Calls upon the international community including the United Nations, Human Rights Council, and other relevant Human Rights organizations to urge India to revoke this discriminatory Act and to protect and safeguard the rights of its minorities including Muslims.Calls upon India, with specific regards, to the amendments through the Citizenship (Amendment Act) to:- i. Lift curfew and information blackout from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and respect UN Security Council Resolutions. ii. iii. Revoke the discriminatory clauses in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019; iv. Immediately halt the brutal use of force against the religious minorities, in particular Indian Muslim students. v. Release of peaceful protests detained under crackdown against minorities. vi. Reverse all discriminatory measures and steps in order to allow minorities to live with dignity and safety.
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Kanwar Naveed Jameel, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Bilal Ahmed, PTI
Sindh Building Control Authority operations needs to be reviewed by the Special Committee of Provincial Assembly of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 33 Rana Ansar, MQM
to establish Women Hostels for the lady employees in Government Service belonging to the different areas of the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 33 Muhammad Ali Aziz, PTI
to implement “Karachi Safe City” project
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 33 Saeed Ahmed, PTI
to resolve outstanding problems faced by Universities
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 33 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
to establish NICVD Satellite/ Chest Pain Center in Sanghar
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 33 Syed Muhammad Abbas Jafri, PTI
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Nadeem Ahmed Siddiqui, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Muhammad Rashid Khilji, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Mst. Mangla Sharma, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Rabia Khatton, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Rana Ansar, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Basit Ahmed Siddiqui, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Muhammad Jawed Hanif Khan, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Sanjay Perwani, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Sadaqat Hussain, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Rana Ansar, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Muhammad Qasim, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Waseemuddin Qureshi, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Ali Khurshidi, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Syed Hashim Raza Jillani, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Nasir Hussain Qureshi, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Ghulam Jellani, MQM
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Abdul Razzaque, GDA
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Moazzam Ali Khan, GDA
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Naseem, GDA
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Tanzila Umi Habiba, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Shazia Umar, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Heer Soho, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Muhammad Qasim, TLP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Ghazalla Sial, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Jam Madad Ali Khan, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Hina Dastagir, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Shamim Mumtaz, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Nida Khuhro, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
Sindh 6 33 Pir Syed Saleh Shah Jilani, PPPP
This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to conduct third party audit of census, on experimental basis, in 5% area of the Country to Judge the fairness of results as decided by the major parties PPP, MQMP, PML(N), PML(F), PTI and other political parties present in the Parliament and also showed reservations on the result of Census, 2017
Adopted
National 17 5 Asma Hadeed, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country (especially in Balochistan)
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Robina Irfan, BAP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country (especially in Balochistan)
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Kamal Uddin, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country (especially in Balochistan)
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Agha Hassan Baloch, BNP-M
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country (especially in Balochistan)
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country (especially in Balochistan)
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Ehsanullah Reki, BAP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country (especially in Balochistan)
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
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 17 5 Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to establish more hospitals in the Federal Capital
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The Pakistan Penal Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No.VI of 2019). (ii) The National Counter Terrorism Authority (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. VII of 2019). (iii) The Federal Government Employees Housing Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. VIII of 2019). (iv) The Recovery of Mortgage Backed Security Ordinance, 2019 (No. IX of 2019). (v) The Letter of Administration and Succession Certificate Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVI of 2019). (vi) The Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVII of 2019). (vii) The Legal Aid and Justice Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVIII of 2019). (viii) The Superior Courts (Court Dress and Mode of Address) Order (Repeal) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIX of 2019). (ix) The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XX of 2019). (x) The National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXI of 2019). (xi) The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXII of 2019). (xii) The Whistleblower Protection and Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXIII OF 2019).”
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Naz Baloch, PPPP
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The Pakistan Penal Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No.VI of 2019). (ii) The National Counter Terrorism Authority (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. VII of 2019). (iii) The Federal Government Employees Housing Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. VIII of 2019). (iv) The Recovery of Mortgage Backed Security Ordinance, 2019 (No. IX of 2019). (v) The Letter of Administration and Succession Certificate Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVI of 2019). (vi) The Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVII of 2019). (vii) The Legal Aid and Justice Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVIII of 2019). (viii) The Superior Courts (Court Dress and Mode of Address) Order (Repeal) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIX of 2019). (ix) The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XX of 2019). (x) The National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXI of 2019). (xi) The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXII of 2019). (xii) The Whistleblower Protection and Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXIII OF 2019).”
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI
That the National Assembly unanimously condemns the legislation passed by the Indian Lok Sabha relating to amendment in the Indian Citizenship Act. This move is in contradiction of all International Human Rights and International Humanitarian Laws
Adopted
National 17 5 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to fix pension of all the Federal Government servants equal to their basic pay on retirement
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Uzma Riaz, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to construct small dams in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Munawara Bibi Baloch, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country (especially in Balochistan)
Not Taken Up
National 17 5 Syed Mehmood Shah, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of gas in the country (especially in Balochistan)
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 30 Syeda Shehla Raza, PPPP
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Azra Fazal Pechuho, PPPP
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Rana Ansar, MQM
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Mst. Mangla Sharma, MQM
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Naseem, GDA
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Tanzila Umi Habiba, PPPP
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Shahnaz Begum, PPPP
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Rana Ansar, MQM
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Sadia Javed, PPPP
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Heer Soho, PPPP
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, PPPP
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Shazia Umar, PPPP
This House acknowledges ongoing UN Women global campaign of 16 days activism against Gender Based Violence and demands from Government of Sindh to establish DNA Laboratories, Women Police Stations in every district and separate tribunals to be headed by women to hear the cases of women and all the vacant posts of women Medico-legal officers should be filled across the Sindh
Adopted
Sindh 6 30 Arif Mustafa Jatoi, GDA
to delete the relevant clauses in the NAB Ordinance which allow for financial plea bargains with accused persons
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 30 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
to implement Section 10 of the Sindh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 30 Muhammad Riaz Haider, PTI
to take notice of over pricing of essential commodities and take measures to control price
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 30 Adeeba Hassan, PTI
to lay comprehensive report on reported cases of domestic violence after passage of the Domestic Violence (Prevention & Protection) Act, 2013
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 30 Saeed Ahmed, PTI
to take measures to teach Nazra Quran from Class I to V and with translation from V to X in all Schools of the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 28 Pir Mujeeb ul Haq, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Saeed Ahmed, PTI
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Syed Abdul Rasheed, MMA
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Muhammad Qasim, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Adeel Shahzad, MQM
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Sarwat Fatima, TLP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Saeed Ghani, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Nasir Hussain Shah Rizvi, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Mir Shabbir Ali Bijarani, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Muhammad Ismail Rahu, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Heer Soho, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Abdul Aziz Junejo, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Sadia Javed, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Muhammad Qasim, TLP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Shazia Umar, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Shahnaz Begum, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Riaz Hussain Shah Sheerazi, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Sayed Ghulam Shah Jilani, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Noor Ahmed Bhurgri, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Muhammad Ali Aziz, PTI
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Omer Omari, PTI
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Tahira (Dua Bhutto), PTI
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Haleem Adil Sheikh, PTI
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Muhammad Jawed Hanif Khan, MQM
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Rana Ansar, MQM
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Hamid uz Zafar, MQM
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Sohrab Khan Sarki, PPPP
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
Sindh 6 28 Ghulam Jellani, MQM
Whereas the Holy Quran is the last holy book revealed on the last messenger of Allah, Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H); And whereas the Holy Quran contains the instructions of God Almighty for the guidance of entire humanity living on the planet earth; And whereas Allah says in the Holy Quran in Surah Maidah verse no. 32 that “whoever kills an innocent person, it is as if he has killed all of humanity; and if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all of mankind”; And whereas this Holy Book contains the message of peace, harmony, tolerance, brotherhood, equality, justice, fairness, etc. Therefore, This House vehemently condemns the egregious incident of desecration of the Holy Quran in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand by the rabid extremist organisation SION (Stop the Islamisation of Norway). This act is tantamount to disturbing the religious harmony; provoking Muslim sentiments; and hurting the 1.3 billion Muslims and indeed the entire humanity at large. This House condemns the misuse/abuse of the freedom of speech as witnessed in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. This House also appreciates Umer Ilyas and acknowledges his courage to prevent the heinous action on the part of Lars Thorson. This Assembly recommends the Federal Government to take initiative for the “Convention on the Prevention of Defamation of the Religions” in order to effectively tackle the Islamophobia; promote religious harmony; and ensuring the “reasonable” restrictions on the freedom of speech in such a way that none of the vested interests are able to hurt the religious sentiments of any particular community in the name of the freedom of speech. The federal government should also take onboard to the Human Rights organisations, European Union, United Nations, etc. in this regard. This House further resolves to make all possible efforts for the promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, peace and brotherhood amongst the fellow humans regardless of any discrimination on the basis of the religion, sect, creed or any other description
Adopted
National 17 1 Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, MQM
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the National Information Technology Board Ordinance, 2019 (X of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f 22nd December, 2019 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 17 1 Ali Muhammad Khan, PTI
strongly condemning desecration of Holy Quran in Norway
Adopted
Punjab 16 9 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Punjab Agricultural Marketing Regulatory Authority (Amendment) Ordinance 2019
Adopted
Punjab 16 9 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Punjab Local Government (Amendment) Ordinance 2019
Adopted
Punjab 16 9 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Punjab Village Panchayats and Neighbourhood Councils (Amendment) Ordinance 2019
Adopted
Punjab 16 9 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Punjab Local Government (Second Amendment) Ordinance 2019
Adopted
Sindh 6 26 Bilal Ahmed, PTI
Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) operations needs to be reviewed by the Special Committee of Provincial Assembly of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 26 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
Sindh Government to set up a Day Care Centre facility inside the premises of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 26 Muhammad Riaz Haider, PTI
to express concern that the people of Karachi are being over charged in prices of essential commodities like food, milk, vegetable, fruits etc
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 26 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
increasing number of dog bite incidents and unavailability of anti-rabies injection are being reported daily in newspapers
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 26 Adeeba Hassan, PTI
to regularize the services of (45) doctors who were working on contract basis in Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan Institute of Oral Health Sciences, Dow Dental College and Dow International Dental College
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 7 Shahida Ahmed, PTI
to exempt senior citizens from payment of fare travelling in government transport
Withdrawn
Punjab 16 7 Muneeb ul Haq, PML-N
Increase in fertilizers cost
Deferred
Punjab 16 7 Muhammad Muneeb Sultan Cheema, PTI
Expensive distribution of books and Uniforms in schools
Deferred
Punjab 16 7 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
Newly born children medicines
Deferred
Punjab 16 7 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
not charge fee from the heirs of those patients expiring in hospitals
Rejected
Punjab 16 7 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
demanded to increase number of slaughter houses in province
Rejected
Punjab 16 7 Muhamamd Latasab Satti, PTI
Contraction in Murree
Deferred
Punjab 16 7 Sabeen Gul Khan, PTI
Clean drinking water
Deferred
Punjab 16 7 Sardar Farooq Amanullah Dreshak, PTI
Include sanitation in constitution
Deferred
Punjab 16 7 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
demanding the government to direct sugar mill owners for immediate payment to agriculturists supplying sugarcane to them
Adopted
Punjab 16 7 Khalil Tahir Sindhu, PML-N
demanding return of Peshawar’s Edwardes College to Christians
Deferred
Punjab 16 6 Khadija Umer, PML
to denounce desecration of Holy Quran in Norway
Adopted
Punjab 16 6 Shaheena Karim, PTI
to rename Dera Ghazi Khan Institute of Cardiology Hospital as Fateh Muhammad Khan Buzdar Institute of Cardiology
Adopted
Punjab 16 2 Shahida Ahmed, PTI
to exempt senior citizens from payment of fare travelling in government transport
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 2 Muneeb ul Haq, PML-N
Increase in fertilizers cost
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 2 Muhammad Muneeb Sultan Cheema, PTI
Expensive distribution of books and Uniforms in schools
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 2 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
Newly born children medicines
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 2 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
not charge fee from the heirs of those patients expiring in hospitals
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 2 Muhamamd Latasab Satti, PTI
Contraction in Murree
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 2 Sardar Farooq Amanullah Dreshak, PTI
Clean drinking water
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 2 Sumera Komal, PML-N
illegal encroachment
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 2 Uswah Aftab, PML-N
Greater Iqbal park trees cutting
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 2 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
Increase in fertilizers cost will effect wheat crops
Not Taken Up
Punjab 16 1 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Rawalpindi Women University, Rawalpindi Ordinance 2019
Adopted
Punjab 16 1 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the University of Mianwali Ordinance 2019
Adopted
Punjab 16 1 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Punjab Public Private Partnership Ordinance 2019
Adopted
Punjab 16 1 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Punjab Medical Teaching Institutions (Reforms) Ordinance 2019
Adopted
Punjab 16 1 Muhammad Basharat Raja, PTI
the Punjab Probation and Parole Service Ordinance 2019
Adopted
Balochistan 17 4 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
to constitute High Court Circuit Bench in Kharan Division
Adopted
Balochistan 17 4 Noor Muhammad, BAP
take steps to check road accidents on National Highways
Adopted
Balochistan 17 4 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
set up medical college for Rakhshan and Naseerabad divisions
Adopted
Balochistan 17 4 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
abolish the buildings constructed illegally in Samagli
Adopted
Balochistan 17 3 Bushra Rind, BAP
recommending the provincial as well as federal governments to implement child protection laws to safeguard their rights
Adopted
Balochistan 17 3 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
recommending the provincial as well as federal governments to implement child protection laws to safeguard their rights
Adopted
Balochistan 17 3 Dr. Rubaba Khan, BAP
recommending the provincial as well as federal governments to implement child protection laws to safeguard their rights
Adopted
Balochistan 17 3 Bibi Shahina, ANP
recommending the provincial as well as federal governments to implement child protection laws to safeguard their rights
Adopted
Balochistan 17 3 Bano, MMA
recommending the provincial as well as federal governments to implement child protection laws to safeguard their rights
Adopted
Balochistan 17 3 Zeenat Shahwani Advocate, BNP
recommending the provincial as well as federal governments to implement child protection laws to safeguard their rights
Adopted
Balochistan 17 2 Naseer Ahmed, BNP
demanding the federal government to abolish the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 and restore Pakistan Medical and Dental Council
Adopted
Balochistan 17 2 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
demanding the federal government to abolish the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 and restore Pakistan Medical and Dental Council
Adopted
Balochistan 17 2 Noor Ullah, MMA
Closing of Bostan to Zohab Railway Line in 1986
Deferred
Balochistan 17 2 Zabid Ali, MMA
Inactive Pass port office in Wask
Adopted
Balochistan 17 2 Bibi Shahina, ANP
No Facility of gas in Zirat Karas to Qilla Saif Ullah
Adopted
Senate 294 7 Syed Shibli Faraz, PTI
the demise of former member of the Senate Syed Dilawar Abbas
Adopted
National 16 4 Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to pull the Pakistan Steel Mills out of crisis
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to remove discrepancy in the prices of medicines in the country
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Sajida Begum, PTI
“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 16 4 Sher Akbar Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide safe and clean water in all schools of Islamabad Capital Territory
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control price hike in the country
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Shazia Marri, PPPP
This House disapproves the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XV of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
This House disapproves the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XV of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
This House disapproves the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XV of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Shazia Marri, PPPP
This House disapproves the Medical Tribunal Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIV of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
This House disapproves the Medical Tribunal Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIV of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
This House disapproves the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XV of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Shazia Marri, PPPP
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The Letter of Administration and Succession Certificate Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVI of 2019). (ii) The Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVII of 2019). (iii) The Legal Aid and Justice Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVIII of 2019). (iv) The Superior Courts (Court Dress and Mode of Address) Order (Repeal) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIX of 2019). 14 (v) The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XX of 2019). (vi) The National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXI of 2019). (vii) The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXII of 2019. (viii) The Whistleblower Protection and Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXIII of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Syed Naveed Qammar, PPPP
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The Letter of Administration and Succession Certificate Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVI of 2019). (ii) The Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVII of 2019). (iii) The Legal Aid and Justice Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVIII of 2019). (iv) The Superior Courts (Court Dress and Mode of Address) Order (Repeal) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIX of 2019). 14 (v) The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XX of 2019). (vi) The National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXI of 2019). (vii) The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXII of 2019. (viii) The Whistleblower Protection and Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXIII of 2019)
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National 16 4 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The Letter of Administration and Succession Certificate Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVI of 2019). (ii) The Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVII of 2019). (iii) The Legal Aid and Justice Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVIII of 2019). (iv) The Superior Courts (Court Dress and Mode of Address) Order (Repeal) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIX of 2019). 14 (v) The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XX of 2019). (vi) The National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXI of 2019). (vii) The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXII of 2019. (viii) The Whistleblower Protection and Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXIII of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The Letter of Administration and Succession Certificate Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVI of 2019). (ii) The Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVII of 2019). (iii) The Legal Aid and Justice Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVIII of 2019). (iv) The Superior Courts (Court Dress and Mode of Address) Order (Repeal) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIX of 2019). 14 (v) The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XX of 2019). (vi) The National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXI of 2019). (vii) The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXII of 2019. (viii) The Whistleblower Protection and Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXIII of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Samina Matloob, PML-N
This House disapproves the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XV of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Mohsin Shah Nawaz Ranjha, PML-N
This House disapproves the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XV of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
This House disapproves the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XV of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
This House disapproves the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XV of 2019)
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National 16 4 Saad Waseem, PML-N
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XV of 2019). (ii) The Medical Tribunal Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIV of 2019). (iii) The Letter of Administration and Succession Certificate Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVI of 2019). (iv) The Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVII of 2019). (v) The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XX of 2019). (vi) The Superior Courts (Court Dress and Mode of Address) Order (Repeal) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIX of 2019). (vii) The National Accountability (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXI of 2019). (viii) The Legal Aid and Justice Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. XVIII of 2019). (ix) The Whistleblower Protection and Vigilance Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXIII of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The Recovery of Mortgage-backed Security Ordinance, 2019 (No. IX of 2019. (ii) Federal Government Employees Housing Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. VII of 2019). (iii) The National Counter Terrorism Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. VII of 2019). (iv) The Pakistan Penal Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. VI of 2019). (v) The Tax Laws (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XIII of 2019). (vi) The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. XXII of 2019)
Not Taken Up
National 16 4 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
This House disapproves the Pakistan Medical Commission Ordinance, 2019 (No. XV of 2019)
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 22 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
This House pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 550th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Mukesh Kumar Chawla, PPPP
This House pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 550th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Nasir Hussain Shah Rizvi, PPPP
This House pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 550th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
This House pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 550th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran, PPPP
This House pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 550th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Sanjay Gangwani, PTI
This House pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 550th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Sachanand, PTI
This House pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 550th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Rana Ansar, MQM
This House pays tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 550th Birthday Anniversary
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
This House condemns the act of Federal Government of dissolving the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) and establishing a new Organization namely Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) through promulgation of an Ordinance which is unconstitutional. Therefore, this House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to announce the formation of Sindh Medical and Dental Council (SMDC)
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Azra Fazal Pechuho, PPPP
This House condemns the act of Federal Government of dissolving the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) and establishing a new Organization namely Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) through promulgation of an Ordinance which is unconstitutional. Therefore, this House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to announce the formation of Sindh Medical and Dental Council (SMDC)
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Sohrab Khan Sarki, PPPP
This House condemns the act of Federal Government of dissolving the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) and establishing a new Organization namely Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) through promulgation of an Ordinance which is unconstitutional. Therefore, this House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to announce the formation of Sindh Medical and Dental Council (SMDC)
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Nida Khuhro, PPPP
This House condemns the act of Federal Government of dissolving the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) and establishing a new Organization namely Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) through promulgation of an Ordinance which is unconstitutional. Therefore, this House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to announce the formation of Sindh Medical and Dental Council (SMDC)
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Heer Soho, PPPP
This House condemns the act of Federal Government of dissolving the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) and establishing a new Organization namely Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) through promulgation of an Ordinance which is unconstitutional. Therefore, this House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to announce the formation of Sindh Medical and Dental Council (SMDC)
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Shazia Umar, PPPP
This House condemns the act of Federal Government of dissolving the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) and establishing a new Organization namely Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) through promulgation of an Ordinance which is unconstitutional. Therefore, this House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to announce the formation of Sindh Medical and Dental Council (SMDC)
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Shaheena, PPPP
This House condemns the act of Federal Government of dissolving the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) and establishing a new Organization namely Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) through promulgation of an Ordinance which is unconstitutional. Therefore, this House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to announce the formation of Sindh Medical and Dental Council (SMDC)
Adopted
Sindh 6 22 Shahnaz Begum, PPPP
This House condemns the act of Federal Government of dissolving the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) and establishing a new Organization namely Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) through promulgation of an Ordinance which is unconstitutional. Therefore, this House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to announce the formation of Sindh Medical and Dental Council (SMDC)
Adopted
Sindh 6 21 Waryam Faqir, GDA
Written in Sindhi
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 21 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
to pay tribute to Baba Shree Guru Nanik on his 550th Birthday Anniversary
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 21 Naseem, GDA
Written in Sindhi
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 21 Syed Imran Ali Shah, PTI
to re-introduce the abandoned NCC (National Cadet Corps) at College Level/ University Level
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 21 Bilal Ahmed, PTI
This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to immediately take appropriate and sustainable measures for collecting garbage from Karachi. The Sindh Solid Waste Management needs further improvement to collect waste from Karachi and House recommends the Government of Sindh to take steps for permanent solution
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Nida Khuhro, PPPP
recommending the government to lift ban from students’ unions in educational institutions across the province
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
recommending the government to lift ban from students’ unions in educational institutions across the province
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Abdul Razzaque, GDA
recommending the government to lift ban from students’ unions in educational institutions across the province
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Syed Imran Ali Shah, PTI
recommending the government to lift ban from students’ unions in educational institutions across the province
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Sadia Javed, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Nida Khuhro, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Heer Soho, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Shazia Umar, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Shamim Mumtaz, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Mr. Ghulam Qadir Chandio, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Shahnaz Begum, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Ghazalla Sial, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Shaheena, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Muhammad Qasim, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Abdul Karim Soomro, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Farhat Seemen, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the lack of provision of proper healthcare facilities to former President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. As the former President has been undergoing serious health problems, therefore, this House demands that a Board of Private Doctors and Specialists be constituted for the medical check of former President. Since, the Government formed Board amongst other ailments has also raised alarm and have advised to immediately examine the status of clotting in the arteries; the sugar levels are fluctuating and if not brought under control can cause serious harm to other organs including hypoglycaemia; the Government formed Board itself has pointed out that due to non-provision of special ortho-bedding in jail, his long-standing spinal condition has deteriorated significantly exacerbating cervical and spondylitis issues. This Assembly resolves and recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government for the provision of proper healthcare facilities to the former President Asif Ali Zardari including constitution of a Medical Board of the Private Doctors and Specialists; and not to put at risk the life of former President Asif Ali Zardari
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Nawabzada Burhan Chandio, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Muhammad Taimur Talpur, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Syeda Shehla Raza, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Muhammad Ismail Rahu, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Mir Shabbir Ali Bijarani, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Faraz Dero, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Imdad Ali Pitafi, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Sohrab Khan Sarki, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Nida Khuhro, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Sindh 6 20 Sadia Javed, PPPP
This House expresses its serious concerns over the Kunri incident in which the guards of Honourable Member Mr. Haleem Adil Shaikh resorted to firing which created havoc in the area. In addition, the guards of Honourable Member of this august House kidnapped Mr. Rizwan who was severely tortured before he was rescued and has marks all over his body and is presently being treated in the Hospital. This provocation and use of violence on the part of Honourable Member is unbecoming of a Public representative which has seriously hurt the feelings of the residents of Sindh. This Assembly demands that the Government of Sindh to conduct an inquiry and punish to those who are found guilty of aerial firing and kidnapping of a Kunri resident Mr. Rizwan on a priority basis
Adopted
Balochistan 17 1 Noor Muhammad, BAP
to resolve the issue of low pressure of natural gas during winter season in Ziarat
Adopted
National 16 3 Ch. Tariq Bashir Cheema, PML
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Recovery of Mortgaged-backed Security Ordinance, 2019 (No. IX of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 15th November, 2019 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 16 1 Ch. Tariq Bashir Cheema, PML
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Federal Government Employees Housing Authority Ordinance, 2019 (No. VIII of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 9th November, 2019 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 16 1 Ijaz Ahmad Shah, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the National Counter Terrorism Authority (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. VII of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 9th November, 2019 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 16 1 Ijaz Ahmad Shah, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Pakistan Penal Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (No. VI of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 9th November, 2019 under proviso to subparagraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Adopted
Senate 294 2 Anwar ul Haq Kakar, IND
the demise of former member of the Senate Mr. Hazoor Bakhsh Domki
Adopted
Senate 294 1 Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq, PML-N
The demise of former member of the Senate Chaudhry Muhammad Anwar Bhinder
Adopted
Sindh 6 18 Raja Azhar Khan, PTI
Approval of up Gradation in Police department by CM
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 18 Shahzad Qureshi, PTI
there is no adequate arrangement and no ramp for the disable persons throughout Sindh including Karachi
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 18 Jamal Uddin Siddqui, PTI
Issue of PS-106 regarding KMC encroachment
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 18 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
to implement Section 10 of the Sindh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act. According to this section all Private Schools in the Province of Sindh must accommodate and give 10% admissions to non affording students
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 18 Rana Ansar, MQM
all heritage properties in Hyderabad should be restored to their original position and dire attention is needed to preserve all buildings of heritage
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 16 Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran, PPPP
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Syed Firdous Shamim Naqvi, PTI
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Hasnian Ali Mirza, GDA
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Kanwar Naveed Jameel, MQM
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Haleem Adil Sheikh, PTI
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Hina Dastagir, PPPP
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Shahnaz Begum, PPPP
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Sadia Javed, PPPP
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Abdul Razak Raja, PPPP
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Ghazalla Sial, PPPP
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Khawaja Izhar-ul-Hassan, MQM
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Muhammad Shahryar Khan Mahar, GDA
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Heer Soho, PPPP
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, PPPP
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Rana Ansar, MQM
This House is extremely concerned by the act of the Federal Government of appointing its nominee as Member IRSA from outside Sindh, which is a negation and direct contravention of the past practice of the Federal Government since 1999. The objective decision of Federal Government in 1999 was to give greater representation to those who are most affected by the decision making as they are living in the lower riparian. Giving greater representation is in the interest of Pakistan as it relates to the decision of appointment of IRSA Member because it will strengthen the Federation. This House demands the Provincial Government to immediately take up this issue with the Federal Government and get this decision withdrawn
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Muhammad Qasim, TLP
Higher Religious contribution of Imam Ahmed Raza Khan
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 16 Adeeba Hassan, PTI
Provincial Government take steps to regularize the services of (45) doctors who were working on contract basis in Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan Institute of Oral Health Sciences, Dow Dental College and Dow International Dental College
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 16 Adeel Ahmed, PTI
Sindh Solid Waste Management Board (SSWMB) has miserably failed to tackle the issue of garbage and waste across the Province of Sindh. Therefore, the Sindh Solid Waste Management Board should be re-constituted
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 16 Hasnian Ali Mirza, GDA
to condemn the arbitrary and excessive deductions by Rice Miller’s made on growers of paddy crop in the name of moisture content, and calls upon the Government to take timely action to ensure fair treatment of growers in Sindh
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 16 Shahar Yar Khan Shar, PTI
Schools of the Province with priority to District Shikarpur be repaired immediately
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 16 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Abdul Razak Raja, PPPP
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Muhammad Shahryar Khan Mahar, GDA
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Arif Mustafa Jatoi, GDA
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Muhammad Rashid Khilji, MQM
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Naseem, GDA
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Rabia Khatton, MQM
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Shahana Ashar, MQM
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Ali Khurshidi, MQM
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Sanjay Perwani, MQM
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Muhammad Abbas Jafferi, MQM
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 16 Ali Gohar Khan Mahar, GDA
This House condemns the act of removing Mr. Sarfarz Ahmed from captaincy of Pakistan Cricket Team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) authorities and also dropped him from the Team membership. This House resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take action against the PCB authorities for taking such discriminatory decision
Adopted
Sindh 6 15 Abdul Aziz Junejo, PPPP
This Assembly categorically rejects NOC given by the Indus River System Authority (IRSA) for the controversial hydropower plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal. This move is against the wishes of the people of Sindh. This House has also passed a Resolution on 20th January 2010 opposing this project. This House wants to remind the IRSA and the Federal Authorities that even the water cannot be released in Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal throughout the year and Sindh is already facing acute shortage of water and thousands of acres of coastal land have been eroded by the Sea. Hence, this move is unwarranted. This House recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take up this issue of blatant flouting of the agreement and address the justified grievances of the people of Sindh. This House further recommends that the controversial hydroelectric plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal should be abandoned once and for all
Adopted
Sindh 6 15 Syed Aijaz Hussain Shah, PPPP
This Assembly categorically rejects NOC given by the Indus River System Authority (IRSA) for the controversial hydropower plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal. This move is against the wishes of the people of Sindh. This House has also passed a Resolution on 20th January 2010 opposing this project. This House wants to remind the IRSA and the Federal Authorities that even the water cannot be released in Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal throughout the year and Sindh is already facing acute shortage of water and thousands of acres of coastal land have been eroded by the Sea. Hence, this move is unwarranted. This House recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take up this issue of blatant flouting of the agreement and address the justified grievances of the people of Sindh. This House further recommends that the controversial hydroelectric plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal should be abandoned once and for all
Adopted
Sindh 6 15 Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran, PPPP
This Assembly categorically rejects NOC given by the Indus River System Authority (IRSA) for the controversial hydropower plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal. This move is against the wishes of the people of Sindh. This House has also passed a Resolution on 20th January 2010 opposing this project. This House wants to remind the IRSA and the Federal Authorities that even the water cannot be released in Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal throughout the year and Sindh is already facing acute shortage of water and thousands of acres of coastal land have been eroded by the Sea. Hence, this move is unwarranted. This House recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take up this issue of blatant flouting of the agreement and address the justified grievances of the people of Sindh. This House further recommends that the controversial hydroelectric plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal should be abandoned once and for all
Adopted
Sindh 6 15 Shazia Umar, PPPP
This Assembly categorically rejects NOC given by the Indus River System Authority (IRSA) for the controversial hydropower plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal. This move is against the wishes of the people of Sindh. This House has also passed a Resolution on 20th January 2010 opposing this project. This House wants to remind the IRSA and the Federal Authorities that even the water cannot be released in Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal throughout the year and Sindh is already facing acute shortage of water and thousands of acres of coastal land have been eroded by the Sea. Hence, this move is unwarranted. This House recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take up this issue of blatant flouting of the agreement and address the justified grievances of the people of Sindh. This House further recommends that the controversial hydroelectric plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal should be abandoned once and for all
Adopted
Sindh 6 15 Sadia Javed, PPPP
This Assembly categorically rejects NOC given by the Indus River System Authority (IRSA) for the controversial hydropower plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal. This move is against the wishes of the people of Sindh. This House has also passed a Resolution on 20th January 2010 opposing this project. This House wants to remind the IRSA and the Federal Authorities that even the water cannot be released in Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal throughout the year and Sindh is already facing acute shortage of water and thousands of acres of coastal land have been eroded by the Sea. Hence, this move is unwarranted. This House recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take up this issue of blatant flouting of the agreement and address the justified grievances of the people of Sindh. This House further recommends that the controversial hydroelectric plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal should be abandoned once and for all
Adopted
Sindh 6 15 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
This Assembly categorically rejects NOC given by the Indus River System Authority (IRSA) for the controversial hydropower plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal. This move is against the wishes of the people of Sindh. This House has also passed a Resolution on 20th January 2010 opposing this project. This House wants to remind the IRSA and the Federal Authorities that even the water cannot be released in Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal throughout the year and Sindh is already facing acute shortage of water and thousands of acres of coastal land have been eroded by the Sea. Hence, this move is unwarranted. This House recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take up this issue of blatant flouting of the agreement and address the justified grievances of the people of Sindh. This House further recommends that the controversial hydroelectric plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal should be abandoned once and for all
Adopted
Sindh 6 15 Shahnaz Begum, PPPP
This Assembly categorically rejects NOC given by the Indus River System Authority (IRSA) for the controversial hydropower plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal. This move is against the wishes of the people of Sindh. This House has also passed a Resolution on 20th January 2010 opposing this project. This House wants to remind the IRSA and the Federal Authorities that even the water cannot be released in Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal throughout the year and Sindh is already facing acute shortage of water and thousands of acres of coastal land have been eroded by the Sea. Hence, this move is unwarranted. This House recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to take up this issue of blatant flouting of the agreement and address the justified grievances of the people of Sindh. This House further recommends that the controversial hydroelectric plant on the Chashma-Jhelum Link Canal should be abandoned once and for all
Adopted
Sindh 6 14 Muhammad Qasim, PPPP
to pay tribute to Sufi Saint Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai
Adopted
Sindh 6 14 Muhammad Hussain Khan, MQM
to pay tribute to Sufi Saint Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai
Adopted
Sindh 6 14 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
to pay tribute to Sufi Saint Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai
Adopted
Sindh 6 14 Haleem Adil Sheikh, PTI
to pay tribute to Sufi Saint Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai
Adopted
Sindh 6 14 Saeed Ahmed, PTI
to pay tribute to Sufi Saint Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai
Adopted
Sindh 6 14 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
to regularize the services of these Headmasters through Legislation for the betterment and development of education standards in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 14 Malik Shehzad Awan, PTI
to withdraw the enhanced fees of route permit and vehicle fitness in the Province because it affects the Transporters and thereafter the general Public
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 14 Muhammad Rafique Banbhan, GDA
to take necessary measures to protect crops from locusts
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 14 Hasnian Ali Mirza, GDA
to condemn the arbitrary and excessive deductions by Rice Miller’s made on growers of paddy crop in the name of moisture content
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 14 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
to ensure implementation of the Orders passed by the Supreme Court of Pakistan regarding the adjustment of amount in the tuition fee
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 13 Haleem Adil Sheikh, PTI
Vaccination of Rabies in hospitals in emergency
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 13 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
to make it mandatory for all College Student, Paramedical Staff and Doctors to learn Basic Life Support and CPR training
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 13 Jamal Uddin Siddqui, PTI
to resolve the sewerage issues of my Constituency PS-106
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 13 Malik Shehzad Awan, PTI
to express its felicitations and gratitude to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly on September 27, 2019
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 13 Adeel Ahmed, PTI
This House resolves that the departments and individuals responsible for the ill-planning & faulty execution of the most vital water project of Karachi K-IV must be indentified and taken to task. The House also resolves that the Government of Sindh must initiate alternate water provision project for Karachi to save Karachi from water shortage
Adopted
Sindh 6 12 Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran, PPPP
This House resolves and recommends to the Government to approach the Federal Government to accord the highest priority to the Karachi Circular Railway Project (“KCR”). The KCR project was included in CPEC on the request of the Government of Sindh in the year 2016 & since then, the project has been diligently followed by the Government. It is noteworthy to state that so far several DO letters have been written by the Chief Minister to the Federal Government in the last 3 years, the most recent of which was written in August, 2019. 2. The Government of Sindh has participated in all the relevant technical forums relating to CPEC projects including the Joint Working Group (JWG) and 6th, 7th and 8th Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) meetings in Islamabad and in China held from 2017 to 2018. The Government of China’s representatives acknowledged the feasibility of KCR and agreed to include the same in its portfolio. It may be noted that it is Government of Sindh which is taking full responsibility for the loan and its repayment while the Federal Government is to only provide Sovereign Guarntees. 3. It has been reported that the Prime Minister of Pakistan on his upcoming visit to China will be engaging to secure financing for ML-1 (the Karachi to Peshawar Railway Track) and NOT KCR. Hence, again Karachi and the national development which is to be realized by investing in mass transport in Karachi will be ignored. It is stated KCR project by all means is a project of national importance and not only the people of Karachi but the entire country will benefit from the KCR project. 4. Further this House resolves that the first Right of Way on the 18 KM’s from Drigh Road to City Station and Karachi Port should be accorded to KCR in the best interest of the people of the city of Karachi. Moreover, an alternate route, preferably elevated track may be established by the Federal Government for the purposes of ML-1. 5. This House further implores and demands that the Prime Minister should make all endeavors to make the KCR project, a top priority in his forthcoming trip to China
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 11 Heer Soho, PPPP
This house opposes the closure of Sindhi Department in Federal Urdu University
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Mr. Ghulam Qadir Chandio, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Azra Fazal Pechuho, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Syed Abdul Rasheed, MMA
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Heer Soho, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Sohrab Khan Sarki, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Ghazalla Sial, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Faryal Talpur, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Sajeela Laghari, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Farhat Seemen, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Shahnaz Begum, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Muhammad Qasim, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Sadia Javed, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Ghanwer Ali Khan Isran, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Sherjeel Inam, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Syed Muhammad Rashid Shah, GDA
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Muhammad Rafique Banbhan, GDA
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Abdul Razzaque, GDA
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Muhammad Qasim, TLP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Naseem, GDA
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Syed Zia Abbas Shah, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 10 Syed Ahmed Raza Shah Jeelani, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the intentions on the part of the Federal Government for altering the limits of the Province of Sindh. This step will indeed be tantamount to betraying the purpose of the Federalism and against the wishes of the people of Sindh. Further, Article 239(4) requires that the same bill shall be passed by the respective Provincial Assembly with 2/3rd majority for any such change. Hence, this move is rejected by the people of Sindh. This public-representative House recommends that Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to avoid any such move which may be detrimental to the very spirit of Federalism. This House further recommends, that the Federal Government instead of playing divisive politics, should extend all possible cooperation to the Government of Sindh for the welfare of the people of Sindh in the light of historic 18th Constitutional amendment
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Mst. Mangla Sharma, MQM
to initiate research and action to provide relevant data and statistics of minority populations within the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 9 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
to commemorates 01st October as International day of older persons and appreciates the effort of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh for passing “The Sindh Senior Citizens Welfare Act, 2014”
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 9 Khurram Sher Zaman, PTI
to express its felicitations and gratitude to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly on September 27, 2019
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 9 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
to frame service rules for employees working under the Workers Welfare Board, Sindh and entitle them with pension benefits to redress their grievances
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 9 Arsalan Taj Hussain, PTI
to supply clean drinking water to citizens of the city
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 9 Mr. Ghulam Qadir Chandio, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Syed Sardar Ali Shah, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Syeda Shehla Raza, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Syed Qaim Ali Shah, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Noor Ahmed Bhurgri, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Heer Soho, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Ghazalla Sial, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Shahnaz Begum, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Syed Zia Abbas Shah, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Shazia Umar, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Sindh 6 9 Shahid Thahim, PPPP
Paying tribute to martyrs of MRD
Adopted
Balochistan 16 5 Sanaullah Baloch, BNP
Provision of electricity in all villages of Balochistan
Adopted
Balochistan 16 2 Malik Sikandar Khan, MMA
To regularize the service of levis who we given duties at Habib Ullah thermal power project
Adopted
Balochistan 16 2 Nasrullah Khan Bareach, PKMAP
Gas supply in a province
Adopted
Balochistan 16 2 Zeenat Shahwani Advocate, BNP
Acid attacks on women and children
Adopted
Balochistan 16 2 Shakila Naveed Noor Qazi, BNP
Acid attacks on women and children
Adopted
Balochistan 16 2 Zabid Ali, MMA
To functionalize the passport office of district Washuk
Deferred
KP 8 9 Naseer Ullah Khan, PTI
to implement education quota in Newly Merged Districts of KP
Adopted
KP 8 9 Waqar Ahmad Khan, ANP
provide quality cellular network services in Swat
Adopted
KP 8 9 Zafar Azam, MMA
compensate families of those who lost their lives in Karak road accident
Adopted
KP 8 9 Mian Nisar Gul kakakhel, MMA
to condemn Chaman bomb blast
Adopted
KP 8 9 Momina Basit, PTI
hail Prime Minister’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly
Adopted
KP 8 8 Shah Muhammad Khan, PTI
demanding compensation for the families of bomb blast victims in district Bannu
Adopted
National 15 2 Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to fix minimum pension at fifty thousand Rupees
Not Taken Up
National 15 2 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to reduce the prices of life saving medicines
Not Taken Up
National 15 2 Faheem Khan, PTI
This House strongly recommends that the government should make arrangements, under the Antiquities Act, 1975, to purchase still preserved immovable antiquity of a small House No. 17, Protugal Place street, University of Cambridge, River Cam, England and declare it as national monument being residence of visionary National Poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal while studying at Trinity college University of Cambridge, during 1905-06
Not Taken Up
National 15 2 Sher Akbar Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to establish mental hospital in the Islamabad Capital Territory
Not Taken Up
National 15 2 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to make National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) an effective and functional organization
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 6 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
This House condemns the attack on SSD Dham, Ghotki where culprits ransacked the temple, damaged sacred books, pictures and committed blasphemy act. During the incident, the attackers chanted slogans, threatened and harassed Hindu Community. This House resolves that Provincial Government arrest the culprits involved in & get them trialed into the Model Court.This House also resolves that Provincial Government take solid measures to ensure safety and security of minorities living in the Province and their worship places to avoid any untoward incident in future
Adopted
Sindh 6 6 Saeed Ahmed, PTI
to teach Nazra Quran from Class I to V and with translation from V to X in all Schools of the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 6 Muhammad Shabbir, PTI
those individuals who are responsible for the delay of K-IV Project should be brought to justice
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 6 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
to regularize the services of these Headmasters through Legislation for the betterment and development of education standards in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 6 Adeeba Hassan, PTI
to ensure the availability of essential lifesaving medicines in the BHU’s hospitals especially district Tharparkar
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 4 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
This House vehemently condemns the arrest of Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, one of the senior most Parliamentarian in the Country, on the basis of selective accountability. This blatant act has exposed the nefarious designs of the Federal Government of selective accountability against their Political opponents. These pressure tactics cannot silent the Opposition parties from raising voice against the illegal and unconstitutional practices of the Federal Government such as selective accountability. This House recommends the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to shun the practice of selective accountability as this process is endangering the democratic norms of the Country.
Adopted
Sindh 6 3 Syed Imran Ali Shah, PTI
to re-introduce the abandoned NCC (National Cadet Corps) at College Level/ University Level
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 3 Nand Kumar Goklani, GDA
unkind attitude of officers and officials of the Civil Hospital Mirpurkhas on the poignant incident where in three people lost their lives
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 3 Ghazalla Sial, PPPP
to seek complete recognition of the Women Parliamentary Caucus set up in the Provincial Assembly of Sindh with an aim to promote women empowerment and propose effective legislation on key gender related issues in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 3 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
to expresses its deep concern over the fact that security guards are dressed in uniforms made of pure polyester and this clothing material is tortuous to be worn in the scorching hea
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 3 Saeed Ahmed, PTI
to measures to teach Nazra Quran from Class I to V and with translation from V to X in all Schools of the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 6 2 Abdul Aziz Junejo, PPPP
This house pay tribute to late PPP MPA Ghulam Shah Jeelani
Adopted
Sindh 6 2 Sohrab Khan Sarki, PPPP
This house urged to federal government to separate Karachi from Sindh under Article 149
Adopted
KP 8 7 Rehana Ismail, MMA
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Akram Khan Durrani, MMA
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Sardar Aurangzaib, PML-N
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Mahmood Ahmad Khan, MMA
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Malak Badshah Saleh, PPPP
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Taj Muhammad, PTI
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Nazir Ahmad Abbasi, PTI
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Mufti Ubaid ur Rahman, IND
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Sharafat Ali, PTI
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Muhammad Didar, IND
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Shakeel Bashir Khan, ANP
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Ravi Kumar, PTI
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Nighat Yasmin Orakzai, PPPP
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Zeenat Bibi, PTI
which demanded to merge the services of staff at MPAs hostel with Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 8 7 Ayesha Banno, PTI
ensure basic facilities to the prisoners
Adopted
KP 8 7 Zeenat Bibi, PTI
ban porn websites as well as games
Adopted
KP 8 7 Sajida Hanif, PTI
Demand to ban over wheat pesticides tablets owing to their use in suicide attempts
Adopted
KP 8 5 Asia Saleh Khattak, PTI
to ensure protection to human right activists
Adopted
KP 8 5 Mehmood Jan, PTI
to ensure protection to human right activists
Adopted
KP 8 5 Kamran Khan Bangash, PTI
to ensure protection to human right activists
Adopted
KP 8 5 Asiya Asad, PTI
to ensure protection to human right activists
Adopted
KP 8 5 Aisha Naeem, PTI
to ensure protection to human right activists
Adopted
KP 8 5 Ayesha Banno, PTI
recruit psychologists in schools and colleges
Adopted
KP 8 5 Bahadar Khan, ANP
construct Jandool Grid Station in Dir Lower
Adopted
KP 8 5 Waqar Ahmad Khan, ANP
Swat Phase-II Expressway
Adopted
KP 8 5 Naeema Kishwar, JUI
Demand of 3% NFC for the Merged Districts in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Adopted
KP 8 5 Sardar Muhammad Yousaf Zaman, PML-N
Against the re-erection of toll plaza in District Mansehra
Adopted
KP 8 5 Muhammad Naeem, PML-N
Against the re-erection of toll plaza in District Mansehra
Adopted
KP 8 5 Laiq Muhammad Khan, ANP
Against the re-erection of toll plaza in District Mansehra
Adopted
KP 8 5 Sardar Aurangzaib, PML-N
Against the re-erection of toll plaza in District Mansehra
Adopted
Punjab 14 2 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 14 2 Muneeb ul Haq, PML-N
Urging the Federal Government to immediately withdraw recent increase in the rates of fertilizers
Pending
Punjab 14 2 Muhammad Muneeb Sultan Cheema, PTI
Demanding from government to restrict private educational institutions in the Punjab for choosing those uniforms, books and stationery which are identical and easily available in the market to decrease the financial burden on parents
Pending
Punjab 14 2 Mussarat Jamshed, PTI
To declare lifesaving milk (XMTVI Maxamaid) tax-free.
Pending
Punjab 14 2 Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML-N
Relief to relatives of patients whose death occurred on hospital premises in form exemption of dues
Pending
Punjab 14 2 Muhammad Safdar Shakir, PML-N
Immediately close the sugar mills who have not yet pay to land lords
Pending
Punjab 14 2 Rabia Nusrat, PML-N
Cleanses of water plants, so protect peoples from diseases
Pending
Punjab 14 2 Sadia Sohail Rana, PTI
Morning assembly in all school of Punjab
Pending
National 14 3 James Iqbal, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to control price hike in the country
Not Taken Up
National 14 3 Faheem Khan, PTI
This House strongly recommends that the government should make arrangements, under the Antiquities Act, 1975, to purchase still preserved immovable antiquity of a small House No. 17, Protugal Place street, University of Cambridge, River Cam, England and declare it as national monument being residence of visionary National Poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal while studying at Trinity college University of Cambridge, during 1905-06
Not Taken Up
National 14 3 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to provide subsidy to pilgrims under the government Hajj scheme
Not Taken Up
National 14 3 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to restore the education increments of all Federal Government Employees
Not Taken Up
National 14 3 Uzma Riaz, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to direct electronic media to promote tourism in the country
Not Taken Up
National 14 3 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House disapproves the following Ordinances:- (i) The Naya Pakistan Housing and Development Authority Ordinance, 2019 (IV of 2019). (ii) The Pakistan Penal Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (VI of 2019). (iii) The Federal Government Employees Housing Authority Ordinance, 2019 (VIII of 2019). (iv) The National Counter Terrorism Authority (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 (VII of 2019). (v) The National Information Technology Board Ordinance, 2019 (X of 2019
Not Taken Up
National 14 1 Muhammad Azam Khan Swati, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Naya Pakistan Housing and Development Authority Ordinance, 2019 (IV of 2019) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 17th September, 2019 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
KP 6 20 Ayesha Banno, PTI
to ban the advertisement of quacks
Adopted
KP 6 20 Ayesha Banno, PTI
overburdened school bags of students
Adopted
KP 6 17 Ravi Kumar, PTI
condemning the incident of terrorism in Sri Lanka
Adopted
KP 6 17 Maliha Ali Asghar Khan, PTI
Steps for prevention of child marriages
Adopted
KP 6 17 Muhammad Abdul Salam, PTI
Provide Sehat Insaf Cards to the staff of the Provincial Assembly Secretariat
Adopted
KP 6 10 Khushdil Khan Advocate, ANP
Condemn the murder of Shakeel Khan, nephew of ANP MPA Waqar Ahmad Khan in New York
Adopted
KP 6 10 Ravi Kumar, PTI
End discrimination with members of a minority community by specifying posts of sanitation workers for them
Adopted
KP 6 10 Wazir Zada, PTI
Need to add Kalasha religion in the Constitution
Adopted
KP 6 9 Wazir Zada, PTI
To increase education quota for minorities from three percent to five percent
Adopted
KP 6 9 Taj Muhammad, PTI
Deploy three Frontier Corps (FC) Platoons in Battagram
Adopted
KP 6 9 Humaira Khatoon, MMA
Ban porn websites
Adopted
KP 6 9 Ravi Kumar, PTI
Increase minority job quota from three percent to five percent
Adopted
KP 6 9 Sumaira Shams, PTI
Establish Public Service Testing Center in Dir
Adopted
KP 6 9 Sajida Hanif, PTI
Initiate internship program for engineering students
Adopted
KP 6 9 Asia Saleh Khattak, PTI
Registration of non-custom paid vehicles
Withdrawn
KP 6 8 Abdul Karim, PTI
Condemning the United States’ recognition of the Syrian Golan Heights as Israel territory
Adopted
KP 6 8 Khushdil Khan Advocate, ANP
Condemning the United States’ recognition of the Syrian Golan Heights as Israel territory
Adopted
KP 6 8 Nighat Yasmin Orakzai, PPPP
Condemning the United States’ recognition of the Syrian Golan Heights as Israel territory
Adopted
KP 6 8 Bahadar Khan, ANP
To unblock the National Identity Cards of the people belonging to PK-16 Lower Dir-IV
Not Taken Up
KP 6 7 Sumaira Shams, PTI
To include Civic Education in the curriculum of Secondary Schools
Adopted
KP 6 7 Sahib Zada Sana Ullah, PPPP
Check discriminatory attitude with Pukhtoons in Punjab
Adopted
KP 6 4 Rehana Ismail, MMA
Condemning the messages displayed on the International Women’s Day by the participants of Women March
Adopted
KP 6 2 Nighat Yasmin Orakzai, PPPP
Commending the Prime Minister of New Zealand for her support to the Muslim community. The resolution also paid tribute to the Pakistani victims of the terror incidents in New Zealand
Adopted
KP 6 2 Ayesha Banno, PTI
To amend the traffic rules restricting the children below the age of 12 from sitting on the front seat in motor vehicles
Adopted
KP 6 1 Taj Muhammad, PTI
To condemn terror attack at mosques in New Zealand that left more than 40 people dead and injuries to several others
Adopted
KP 6 1 Inayatullah, MMA
Against Indian government’s decision to ban Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK)
Adopted
Senate 293 3 Behramand, PPPP
This House recommends to the Government to shift the headquarter of Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) from Lahore to Islamabad.
Withdrawn
Senate 293 3 Sana Jamali, IND
This House recommends that the Government should take necessary steps to complete the Kacchi Canal Project in Balochistan at the earliest.
Adopted
Senate 293 3 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
Dropped
Senate 293 3 Khushbakht Shujat, MQM
This House recommends to the Government to take necessary steps to include the subject / programme of Road Safety Awareness in the curriculum of educational institutions under the administrative control of the Federal Government
Adopted
Senate 293 3 Syed Muhammad Sabir Shah, IND
This House recommends that the Cricket Stadium, functioning under the administrative control of Pakistan Cricket Board in Abbottabad may be upgraded and brought at par with International standards so that international cricket matches can be played therein.
Adopted
Senate 293 3 Siraj Ul Haq, JI
This House recommends that the Government should withdraw the 200% increase made in the gas tariff for domestic consumers in July, 2019.
Dropped
KP 8 3 Shagufta Malik, ANP
set up a Medical Care Centre in the premises of KP Assembly
Adopted
KP 8 3 Nighat Yasmin Orakzai, PPPP
set up a Medical Care Centre in the premises of KP Assembly
Adopted
KP 8 3 Humaira Khatoon, MMA
set up a Medical Care Centre in the premises of KP Assembly
Adopted
KP 8 3 Naeema Kishwar, JUI
set up a Medical Care Centre in the premises of KP Assembly
Adopted
KP 8 3 Shaukat Ali, PTI
to condemn Indian aggression in Occupied Kashmir
Adopted
KP 8 3 Rehana Ismail, MMA
set up a Medical Care Centre in the premises of KP Assembly
Adopted
Senate 293 1 Sheher Bano Sherry Rehman, PPPP
This House disapproves the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council Ordinance, 2019 (Ordinance No. II of 2019)
Adopted
Sindh 5 30 Bilal Ahmed, PTI
to condemn the death of 11-year old boy who was drowned in swimming pool inside
Adopted
Sindh 5 29 Dr. Seema Zia, PTI
over 20 people lost their lives during the recent rains in Karachi and several got injured because of the negligence of K-Electric of leaving open cables exposed
Adopted
Sindh 5 29 Nida Khuhro, PPPP
to establish mandatory gates at all railway crossings passing through the residential areas or where the railway track crosses/ intersect the road
Not Taken Up
Sindh 5 29 Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, GDA
to lift ban on the Student Unions in all educational institutions in the Province
Not Taken Up
Sindh 5 29 Sidra lmran, PTI
to instruct Environment Climate Change & CDD to implement the laws to restrict illegal dumping of coal across Sindh
Not Taken Up
Sindh 5 29 Adeel Ahmed, PTI
the Sindh Solid Waste Management Board (SSWMB) has miserably failed to tackle the issue of garbage and waste across the Province of Sindh
Not Taken Up
Sindh 5 27 Syeda Marvi Faseeh, PPPP
To ensure attendance of detained lawmakers in the Chamber after issuance of their production orders
Adopted
Sindh 5