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National Assembly   |     May 09, 2016 To May 20, 2016     |     Session No: 32     |     Session Type: Regular

  Session Time [In Hours : Minutes]

Sitting Date Sitting No. Schedule Starting Time Actual Starting Time Delay End Time of Sitting Total Sitting Time Break
09 May, 2016 1 05:00 05:28 00:28 06:51 1:23 0:00
10 May, 2016 2 10:30 10:32 00:02 01:40 2:14 0:54
11 May, 2016 3 10:30 10:39 00:09 01:38 1:56 1:03
12 May, 2016 4 04:00 04:14 00:14 06:33 1:27 0:52
13 May, 2016 5 10:35 10:35 00:00 01:17 1:57 0:45
16 May, 2016 6 05:00 05:08 00:08 07:05 1:57 0:00
17 May, 2016 7 10:30 10:37 00:07 12:48 1:36 0:35
18 May, 2016 8 10:30 10:31 00:01 02:28 3:57 0:00
19 May, 2016 9 10:30 10:45 00:15 02:21 3:36 0:00
20 May, 2016 10 10:30 10:36 00:06 01:09 2:33 0:00
Total/Average 0:09 22:36 4:09

  Attendance

Key Members' Attendance
Sitting No. Speaker Deputy Speaker Panel of Chairpersons Prime Minister Leader of the Opposition
1

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

1:23 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:51
2

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

1:24 0:00 0:50 0:00 0:16
3

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

1:22 0:00 0:34 0:00 0:00
4

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

0:44 0:00 0:43 0:00 0:00
5

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

1:57 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00
6

Present

Present

Present

Present

Present

1:57 0:00 0:00 1:02 1:31
7

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

0:45 0:51 0:00 0:00 0:00
8

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Present

3:33 0:24 0:00 0:00 3:56
9

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

3:22 0:00 0:14 0:00 2:51
10

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

0:00 2:33 0:00 0:00 0:00

No. of Sittings Attended

9

5

10

1

5

Total Time

16:27

3:48

2:21

1:02

9:25


Member's Attendance in each Sitting
Sitting No. Members At Outset Members At End Maximum Members Minority Members
1 74 65 228 5
2 22 16 223 5
3 46 28 223 6
4 71 58 220 6
5 54 22 216 6
6 131 186 282 6
7 38 45 212 6
8 50 17 243 6
9 74 96 247 6
10 36 18 0 0
Average Attendance 60 55 209 5

Members Attendance by Sitting and Party
Party Total Membership Average Present Average Absent Average Leave
PML-N 188 139 38 12
PPPP 47 23 17 7
PTI 34 25 8 2
MQM 24 14 4 7
JUI 13 8 4 1
IND 9 6 2 1
PML-F 5 3 2 0
JI 4 4 0 0
PKMAP 4 3 0 1
ANP 2 1 1 0
NPP 2 1 0 1
PML 2 1 1 0
NP 1 0 1 0
QWP 1 1 0 0
AMLP 1 1 0 0
PML-Z 1 1 0 0
BNP 1 1 0 0
AJIP 1 1 0 0
APML 1 1 0 0

Parliamentary Leaders Attendance

Sitting No. Parliamentary Leaders
APML PML-F BNP NPP PTI MQM JUI-F PkMAP JI PML ANP PML-Z NP AMLP AJIP QWP-S IND
1

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Present

Present

Present

Absent

2

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

3

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

4

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

5

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Absent

6

Present

Present

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Present

Present

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Present

Present

Present

Absent

7

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

8

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

9

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

10

Absent

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Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

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Absent

No. of Sittings Attended

9 4 5 3 2 1 0 9 6 3 7 7 2 6 5 7 0

  Protest /Walkout /Boycott

Sitting No.   Type Party(ies) Member(s) Reasons Time (Minutes)
1 Walkout PTI 22 To show solidarity with the FATA teachers protesting in Islamabad 28
1 Walkout PPPP PTI 146 Against the absence of the Prime Minister from the House and not taking it into confidence on Panama Leaks 27
2 Walkout PPPP PTI 146 Against the absence of the Prime Minister from the House and not taking it into confidence on Panama Leaks 4
2 Walkout PPPP PTI 146 Against the absence of the Prime Minister from the House and not taking it into confidence on Panama Leaks 102
3 Walkout PPPP PTI 146 Against the absence of the Prime Minister from the House and not taking it into confidence on Panama Leaks 160
4 Walkout JI MQM PPPP PTI QWP 146 Against the absence of the Prime Minister from the House and not taking it into confidence on Panama Leaks 129
5 Walkout JI MQM PPPP PTI QWP 146 Against the absence of the Prime Minister from the House and not taking it into confidence on Panama Leaks 154
6 Walkout JI MQM PPPP PTI QWP 146 Against the Prime Minister’s speech which they alleged did not answer their queries 20
7 Token Walkout MQM 147 Against the ongoing Operation in Karachi 4

  Quorum

Sitting No.   Name of Representative who Point out Quorum Speaker's Action
2 Lal Chand Malhi, PTI Suspended the Proceedings
3 Hamid Ul Haq, PTI Suspended the Proceedings
4 Murad Saeed, PTI Suspended the Proceedings
5 Amjad Ali, PTI Suspended the Proceedings
7 Jamshaid Ahmad Dasti, IND Suspended the Proceedings
10 Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari, PTI The count was made, the Quorum was found complete

  Orders of the Day

  Question Hour ( View All Questions )

Sitting No. Ministry Starred Un-starred Total
1 Communication 8 1 9
1 Defence Production 1 0 1
1 Human Rights 3 1 4
1 Law and Justice 3 1 4
1 Parliamentary Affairs 5 0 5
1 Petroleum and Natural Resources 11 14 25
1 Science and Technology 3 0 3
3 Housing & Works 3 2 5
3 Industries & Production 1 4 5
3 National Food Security and Research 9 3 12
3 National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination 7 2 9
3 Ports and Shipping 2 0 2
3 Religious Affairs and Inter-faith Harmony 2 1 3
3 Water & Power 10 12 22
4 Federal Education and Professional Training 5 1 6
4 Aviation Division 4 1 5
4 Cabinet Secretariat 4 2 6
4 Capital Administration and Development Division 10 8 18
4 Climate Change Division 1 0 1
4 Establishment Division 0 2 2
4 Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage 1 1 2
4 Railways 7 1 8
5 Finance, Revenue, Economic Affairs, Statistics and Privatization 20 14 34
5 Interior and Narcotics Control 10 21 31
5 Planning, Development and Reform 7 3 10
5 Prime Minister’s Office 0 4 4
6 Commerce 16 4 20
6 Foreign Affairs 5 0 5
6 Inter-Provincial Coordination 7 0 7
6 Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan 1 0 1
6 Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development 2 0 2
6 States and Frontier Regions 1 1 2
8 Communication 9 2 11
8 Defence 3 0 3
8 Human Rights 5 0 5
8 Law and Justice 3 2 5
8 Petroleum and Natural Resources 9 3 12
8 Science and Technology 2 2 4
9 Housing & Works 2 2 4
9 Industries & Production 3 1 4
9 National Food Security and Research 1 2 3
9 National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination 4 3 7
9 Ports and Shipping 2 0 2
9 Religious Affairs and Inter-faith Harmony 4 2 6
9 Water & Power 19 8 27
10 Federal Education and Professional Training 1 1 2
10 Aviation Division 3 0 3
10 Cabinet Secretariat 2 1 3
10 Capital Administration and Development Division 11 9 20
10 Climate Change Division 6 0 6
10 Establishment Division 2 2 4
10 Information Technology and Telecommunication 1 0 1
10 Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage 3 0 3
10 Railways 3 1 4
Total267 145 412

  Calling Attention Notices

Sitting No. Calling Attention Notices Ministry Status
1
Not providing permanent jobs under the in-service death package for the Government employees
Cabinet Secretariat Not Taken Up
1
Use of illegal steroids and prohibited drugs by the young bodybuilders resulting in deaths of four bodybuilders in the country
National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Not Taken Up
2
Not providing permanent jobs under the in-service death package for the Government employees
Cabinet Secretariat Taken Up
2
Use of illegal steroids and prohibited drugs by the young bodybuilders resulting in deaths of four bodybuilders in the country
National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Not Taken Up
3
Import of milk, whey powder and meat damaging the local farmers’ interests
Commerce Taken Up
3
Use of illegal steroids and prohibited drugs by the young bodybuilders resulting in deaths of four bodybuilders in the country
National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Not Taken Up
4
The consent letters issued by the Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation to the government employees (Members) to deposit a huge amount as down payment for cost of land within thirty days
Housing & Works Taken Up
4
Use of illegal steroids and prohibited drugs by the young bodybuilders resulting in deaths of four bodybuilders in the country
National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Not Taken Up
5
Meager pensions of the employees of Employees Old-age Benefits Institution (EOBI) and corruption therein in the recent years
Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development Taken Up
5
Use of illegal steroids and prohibited drugs by the young bodybuilders resulting in deaths of four bodybuilders in the country
National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Not Taken Up
6
Non-provision of foreign scholarships to eligible students belonging to Balochistan
Federal Education and Professional Training Not Taken Up
6
Use of illegal steroids and prohibited drugs by the young bodybuilders resulting in deaths of four bodybuilders in the country
National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Not Taken Up
7
Holding of first meeting of Standing Committee on Science and Technology of OIC in Kazakhstan instead of Pakistan
Foreign Affairs Taken Up
7
Use of illegal steroids and prohibited drugs by the young bodybuilders resulting in deaths of four bodybuilders in the country
National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Not Taken Up
8
Lack of facilities for disabled students in Federal Universities
Federal Education and Professional Training Not Taken Up
8
Use of illegal steroids and prohibited drugs by the young bodybuilders resulting in deaths of four bodybuilders in the country
National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Not Taken Up
9
Lack of facilities for disabled students in Federal Universities
Federal Education and Professional Training Not Taken Up
9
Use of illegal steroids and prohibited drugs by the young bodybuilders resulting in deaths of four bodybuilders in the country
National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Not Taken Up
10
Lack of facilities for disabled students in Federal Universities
Federal Education and Professional Training Taken Up
10
Use of illegal steroids and prohibited drugs by the young bodybuilders resulting in deaths of four bodybuilders in the country
National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Not Taken Up

  Legislative Business

Sitting No. Name of Bill Type Status
1 The Public Private Partnership Authority Bill, 2016 Government Introduced
1 The Credit Bureaus (Amendment) Ordinance, 2016 (II of 2016) Government Introduced
1 The State Life Insurance Corporation (Re-organization and Conversion) Ordinance, 2016 Government Introduced
2 The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Private Not Taken Up
2 The Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Private Not Taken Up
2 The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2016 (Amendment of Article 142) Private Not Taken Up
2 The Pakistan Minorities Rights Commission Bill, 2016 Private Not Taken Up
2 The Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Private Not Taken Up
2 The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2016 (Amendment of Article 140A) Private Not Taken Up
2 The Law Reforms (Amendment) Bill, 2015 Private Not Taken Up
3 The Legal Practitioners and Bar Councils (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Introduced
3 The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Introduced
3 The Islamabad High Court (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Introduced
3 The Civil Courts (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Introduced
3 The State Life Insurance Corporation (Re-organization and Conversion) Bill, 2016 Government Passed
3 The Credit Bureaus (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Passed
3 The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Passed
4 The Electoral Rolls (Amendment) Bill, 2015 Government Passed
4 The Delimitation of Constituencies (Amendment) Bill, 2015 Government Passed
5 The Explosive Substances (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Introduced
7 The Pakistan Minorities Rights Commission Bill, 2016 Private Deferred
7 The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2016 (Amendment of Article 140A) Private Not Taken Up
7 The Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Private Introduced
7 The Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Private Introduced
7 The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Private Introduced
7 The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2016 (Amendment of Article 142) Private Dropped
7 The Protection of Minorities Bill, 2016 Private Deferred
7 The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2016 (Amendment of Articles 5 & 6) Private Dropped
7 The Law Reforms (Amendment) Bill, 2015 Private Deferred
7 The Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2014 Private Deferred
8 The Constitution (Twenty-second Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Not Taken Up
8 The National Database and Registration Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Not Taken Up
8 The Special Economic Zones (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Not Taken Up
9 The Constitution (Twenty-second Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Passed
9 The National Database and Registration Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Passed
9 The Special Economic Zones (Amendment) Bill, 2016 Government Passed
10 The Criminal Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2015 Government Passed

  Resolution

Sitting No. Resolution Type of Resolution Status
2 This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to do away with load shedding of electricity especially in the month of Ramadan Private Dropped
2 This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to fix minimum monthly salary of all the Federal Government daily wages employees at rupees thirty thousand Private Not Taken Up
2 This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to ensure observance of appointment quota for Balochistan in Federal Government departments Private Adopted
2 This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to prepare rationalized load management plan for supply of electricity in the country Private Not Taken Up
2 This House is of the opinion that the Government should take concrete steps to ensure the use of quality paper for printing of Holy Quran Private Adopted
3 The National Assembly expresses its concern over the hanging of veteran Bangladeshi politician Maulana Muti-ur-Rehman Joint Adopted
5 This House strongly condemns the recent brutal and inhuman attacks on women and girls in Abbottabad, Karachi, Faisalabad, Multan, Jhelum and Peshawar. This House reiterates its condemnation of all forms of violence against women in the country and calls for urgent steps to curb these crimes. This House demands that all possible measures be taken to ensure effective implementation of existing laws for the protection of women, girls and children and that exemplary punishment should be awarded against those found guilty under the law Joint Adopted
7 This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to alleviate poverty in the country Private Not Taken Up
7 This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to complete Bara Kahu Housing Scheme for Federal Government employees Private Adopted
7 This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to deploy female employees for making photographs of women in the NADRA centers Private Not Taken Up
7 This House is of the opinion that the Government should take effective steps to improve maternal health facilities in Federal hospitals in order to prevent child mortality Private Adopted
7 This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to control price-hike in the country Private Adopted

  Reports

Sitting No. Report Status
1
The Special Economic Zones (Amendment) Bill, 2016
Presented
2
The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2014
Presented
2
The Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (Amendment) Bill, 2013
Presented
2
The Disabled Persons (Employment and Rehabilitation) (Amendment) Bill, 2014
Presented
2
The Civil Servants (Amendment) Bill, 2014
Presented
2
The Special Citizens Bill, 2015
Presented
2
The Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2014
Presented
3
The State Life Insurance Corporation (Re-organization and Conversion) Bill, 2016(Ordinance No.III of 2016)
Presented
3
The Credit Bureaus (Amendment) Bill, 2016 (Ordinance No.II of 2016)
Presented
3
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (Amendment) Bill, 2016
Presented
3
The Periodical Report of the House and Library Committee for the period January - December, 2015 as required by rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007
Not Taken Up
3
The Periodical Report of the Standing Committee on Interior and Narcotics Control for the period July - December, 2015 as required by rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007
Presented
4
The report of the Standing Committee on Defence on the issue raised in the Calling Attention Notice moved by Dr. Ibadullah, MNA regarding difficulties including deprivation of civil amenities being faced by the residents of village Sultanpur, Havelian, Abbottabad, due to non-separation of said area from Cantonment Board, Havelian
Presented
4
The report of the Standing Committee on Water and Power on the matter raised by Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, Leader of the Opposition on 21st January, 2016 regarding theft of electricity in the Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provinces
Presented
4
The report of the Standing Committee on National Food Security and Research regarding probing the matter of sub-standard wheat imported from Moldova (Ukraine) pointed out on a supplementary question raised by Mr. Muhammad Salman Khan Baloch, MNA on 3-12-2014 on Starred Question No. 145, and referred to the Standing Committee for the report
Presented
5
The Periodical Report of the House and Library Committee for the period January - December, 2015 as required by rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007
Presented
6
The Criminal Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2015
Presented
8
The interim report of the Parliamentary Committee on Electoral Reforms on Electoral Reforms
Presented
8
The report of the Standing Committee on Housing and Works on the issue raised in the Calling Attention Notice moved by Ms. Tahira Aurangzeb and Dr. Shezra Mansab Ali Khan Kharal, MNAs on 31st July, 2015 regarding non-issuance of allotment letters to the employees of Constitutional Bodies, in Bhara Kahu Housing Scheme, Islamabad
Not Taken Up
8
The report of the Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Resource on the matter raised by Mr. Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MNA on 4th March, 2015 regarding pilferage of oil of (Rs.142 Billion) in connivance with employees of PSO in the country during the period from 01-06-2013
Not Taken Up
8
The Periodical Report of the Standing Committee on Ports and Shipping for the period from July, 2015 to December, 2015 as required by rule 234A of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007
Not Taken Up
9
The Special report of the Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges on the salary and allowances of the Speaker/Chairman Senate, Deputy Speaker/Deputy Chairman Senate and Members of the Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament)
Presented
9
The report of the Standing Committee on Housing and Works on the issue raised in the Calling Attention Notice moved by Ms. Tahira Aurangzeb and Dr. Shezra Mansab Ali Khan Kharal, MNAs on 31st July, 2015 regarding non-issuance of allotment letters to the employees of Constitutional Bodies, in Bhara Kahu Housing Scheme, Islamabad
Presented
9
The report of the Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Resources on the matter raised by Mr. Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan, MNA on 4th March, 2015 regarding pilferage of oil of (Rs.142 Billion) in connivance with employees of PSO in the country during the period from 01-06-2013
Presented
9
The Periodical Report of the Standing Committee on Ports and Shipping for the period from July, 2015 to December, 2015 as required by rule 234A of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007
Not Taken Up
10
The Periodical Report of the Standing Committee on Ports for the period from July, 2015 to December, 2015 as required by rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007
Presented

  Motion Under Rule 259

Sitting No. Motion Status
2
This House may discuss the problems arising out of load shedding in the country
Not Taken Up
2
This House may discuss the situation arising out of increase in the prices of Toyota and Suzuki cars in the country
Not Taken Up
2
This House may discuss the energy projects underway in the country
Not Taken Up
2
This House may discuss the performance of Pakistan Television (Ptv)
Not Taken Up
2
This House may discuss the steps being taken by the Government to eliminate interest from the country
Not Taken Up
7
This House may discuss the situation arising out of non-availability of small hospitals along-side Motorways
Not Taken Up
7
This House may discuss the situation arising out of un-employment in the country
Not Taken Up
7
This House may discuss the Tax Amnesty Scheme and its progress
Not Taken Up
7
This House may discuss the situation arising out of non-construction of Kala Bagh dam in the country
Not Taken Up
7
This House may discuss the performance of Karachi Port Trust (KPT)
Not Taken Up

  Motion Under Rule 244(B)

Sitting No. Motion Under Rule 244 Status
7
That a Special Committee, consisting of not more than eight members, four each from Treasury and Opposition, may be constituted by the Honourable Speaker, to investigate into the loans of billions of rupees written off by the banks presently and during the last three financial years and report to the House within thirty days
Rejected

  Amendment in Rules of Procedure

Sitting No. Amendment in Rules of Procedure Status
2
Amendment in rule 122 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in rule 122, in the third line, after the last word “Bill”, the words “ and the Standing Committee shall report back to the Assembly within six months”, shall be added
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
2
Amendment in rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 200, after sub-rule (4), the following new sub-rule (5) shall be added, namely:- “(5) The concerned Minister or Minister of State or Parliamentary Secretary shall attend the meeting of the Committee
Deferred
2
Amendment in rule 211 of the Rules of Procedure.- That the rule 211, shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (1) of rule 211 and the following new sub-rules (2) and (3) shall be added, namely: “(2) During a session, National Assembly Secretariat shall submit on daily basis the record of Government Assurances to the Chairman Committee so that the Committee may take cognizance of the matters referred to in sub-rule (1); (3) The Minister concerned shall submit report of implementation within 15 days to the Committee
Deferred
2
Amendment in rule 216 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 216, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), shall be added, namely:- “(3) At least five women shall be elected as Chairpersons of the Standing Committees. (4) The Chairpersons of the Committees shall be from all Parliamentary Parties and Groups including Opposition as per their strength in the National Assembly; (5) Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee shall be the Leader of the Opposition or any other Member from the Opposition
Deferred
2
Amendment in rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 225, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule ( 6) , shall be added namely:- “(6) There shall be at least six meetings of the Committee every year
Deferred
2
Amendment in rule 230 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 230, for the words “Confidential or Secret ” wherever occurring, the word “open” shall be substituted
Deferred
2
Amendment in rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 234-A, for the word “six”, the word “four”, shall be substituted
Deferred
2
Amendment in rule 237 of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 237, in sub-rule (3), between the word “may” and “allot”, the words “within seven days in the same session, and if not possible, in the next session” shall be inserted
Deferred
2
Amendment in rule 249 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 249; (i) for the word “Chairmen” where ever occurring, the word “Chairpersons” shall be substituted. (ii) after marginal heading, the brackets and figure “(1)” shall be inserted; and (iii) following new sub-rule (2) shall be added namely:- “(2) The meeting of the Counsel of Chairpersons shall be held after every three months
Deferred
2
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (1) of rule 200, for the words “ascertainment of the Leader of the House”, the words “election of the Prime Minister”, shall be substituted
Not Taken Up
2
Insertion of new rules after rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 292, the following new rules shall be added, namely:- “292-A. National Assembly Forum for Policy Research.- There shall be a Forum known as the “National Assembly Forum for Policy Research. 292-B. Composition of the Forum.- (1) The Forum shall consist of twenty Members, ten sitting Members of the National Assembly and ten former Members of the Assembly as nominated by the Speaker in consultation with the Parliamentary Leaders in the House. (2) The Speaker shall be the Patron of the Forum. (3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected. (4) The Secretary of the National Assembly shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Forum and will be responsible for maintaining the record of the Forum and to correspond on its behalf. 292-C. Tenure of the Members.- (1) The tenure of the Members shall be for a period of three years. (2) The Speaker shall nominate members of the Forum within thirty days of the commencement of the term of the newly elected members. 292-D. Casual vacancies.- A member may resign at any time. If a seat becomes vacant due to resignation of a member or any other eventuality, the Speaker shall appoint another member of the Forum in his place, in the manner provided in Rule 292-B. 292-E. Functions of the Forum.- The functions of the Forum shall be following:- (a) It shall assist and advice, as and when required, the Assembly, the Speaker, the Committee, the Members and the Secretariat:- (b) It shall study questions of public importance that are already under consideration or likely to come up before the Assembly and recommend policy options/solutions; (c) It shall act as an ideas generation and support forum for the members of Assembly in discharge of their functions; (d) It shall promote partnership amongst sitting and former members of the Assembly. Besides Workshops, Seminars etc., it shall organize an Annual General Meeting of former and sitting members; (e) It shall suggest ways and means to enhance the efficiency, working and effectiveness of the Committees; (f) It shall compile and disseminate knowledge generated by Assembly proceedings, Committee reports and proceedings at international and regional Parliamentary meetings; (g) It shall provide input on policy issues; (h) It shall supervise the compilation of a book on Parliamentary Practice and procedure with special reference to Parliament of Pakistan; (i) It shall supervise the compilation of a book containing the Rulings of the Speaker given by him/her from time to time: (j) It shall suggest ways and means to promote democratic traditions and principles; (k) It shall advise and guide the legislative drafting unit and research cell of the Assembly and the PIPS; and (l) It shall, in consultation with the Speaker, advice the donor agencies regarding Parliamentary Development Programs. 292-F. Meetings of the Forum.- (1) The Chairman of the Forum shall call the meeting of the Forum, at least once in two months or when a majority of the members give a notice in writing. (2) The agenda of the meeting shall be proposed by the Secretary, under the directions of the Chairman of the Forum and shall be sent to the members at least seven days before the meeting. (3) All the decisions of the Forum shall be taken by majority of the members present and voting. (4) All the proceedings of the Forum shall be recorded by the Secretary in the minute’s book and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Forum. (5) The Chairman may call an extraordinary meeting at a shorter notice if so required. 292-G. Reports of the Forum.- The Forum shall present the annual report of its activities to the Assembly in the first session after completion of first year: (2) The report shall be presented by the Chairman of the Forum or a member authorized by him in this behalf. (3) The Assembly may discuss the report of the Forum and pass such directions as it may deem fit. 292-H. Miscellaneous.- (1) The expenses for running the Forum shall be provided by the Assembly. (2) It shall have the status of Standing Committee of the Assembly and shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly. (3) A former member of the Assembly appointed to the Forum shall be allowed the TA, DA and accommodation expenses available to a sitting member while attending meetings or performing functions related to or in connection with the Forum”
Deferred
2
Insertion of rule 201-A of the Rules of Procedure.- that after rule 201, the following new rule 201-A, shall be inserted namely:- “201-A.Procedure for submission of Public Petition. - (1) Subject to the provision of these rules, a person may submit a petition to the Speaker containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government, The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on the website of Assembly or by post or by delivering in the National Assembly Secretariat by hand. Every petition shall be registered in the Register as prescribed and allotted a serial number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed of shall be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Speaker directs otherwise, the following shall be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate order. The Speaker will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Speaker for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty working days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Speaker for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Assembly; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Speaker gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the National Assembly Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Deferred
2
Insertion of rule 201-B of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 201-A, the following new rule 201-B, shall be added namely:- “201-B. The unanimous recommendations of the Committee shall be binding on Government or concerned Ministry and compliance report thereof shall be submitted to the Committee within three months
Deferred
7
Amendment in rule 122 of Rules of Procedure.- In rule 122, the following new proviso shall be added, namely:- “Provided further that the National Assembly may refer a Bill to the Committee of the Whole House
Reffered to the standing Committee on Rules of Proceedure
7
Amendment in rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 200, after sub-rule (4), the following new sub-rule (5) shall be added, namely:- “(5) The concerned Minister or Minister of State or Parliamentary Secretary shall attend the meeting of the Committee
Rejected
7
Amendment in rule 211 of the Rules of Procedure.- That the rule 211, shall be re-numbered as sub-rule (1) of rule 211 and the following new sub-rules (2) and (3) shall be added, namely: “(2) During a session, National Assembly Secretariat shall submit on daily basis the record of Government Assurances to the Chairman Committee so that the Committee may take cognizance of the matters referred to in sub-rule (1); (3) The Minister concerned shall submit report of implementation within 15 days to the Committee
Rejected
7
Amendment in rule 216 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 216, after sub-rule (2), the following new sub-rules (3), (4) and (5), shall be added, namely:- “(3) At least five women shall be elected as Chairpersons of the Standing Committees. (4) The Chairpersons of the Committees shall be from all Parliamentary Parties and Groups including Opposition as per their strength in the National Assembly; (5) Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee shall be the Leader of the Opposition or any other Member from the Opposition
Rejected
7
Amendment in rule 225 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 225, after sub-rule (5), the following new sub-rule ( 6) , shall be added namely:- “(6) There shall be at least six meetings of the Committee every year
Rejected
7
Amendment in rule 230 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 230, for the words “Confidential or Secret ” wherever occurring, the word “open” shall be substituted
Rejected
7
Amendment in rule 234-A of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 234-A, for the word “six”, the word “four”, shall be substituted
Rejected
7
Amendment in rule 237 of the Rules of Procedure.-That in rule 237, in sub-rule (3), between the word “may” and “allot”, the words “within seven days in the same session, and if not possible, in the next session” shall be inserted
Rejected
7
Amendment in rule 249 of the Rules of Procedure.- That in rule 249; (i) for the word “Chairmen” where ever occurring, the word “Chairpersons” shall be substituted. (ii) after marginal heading, the brackets and figure “(1)” shall be inserted; and (iii) following new sub-rule (2) shall be added namely:- “(2) The meeting of the Counsel of Chairpersons shall be held after every three months
Rejected
7
Amendment in sub-rule (1) of rule 200 of the Rules of Procedure.- that in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, in sub-rule (1) of rule 200, for the words “ascertainment of the Leader of the House”, the words “election of the Prime Minister”, shall be substituted
Rejected
7
Insertion of new rules after rule 292 of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 292, the following new rules shall be added, namely:- “292-A. National Assembly Forum for Policy Research.- There shall be a Forum known as the “National Assembly Forum for Policy Research. 292-B. Composition of the Forum.- (1) The Forum shall consist of twenty Members, ten sitting Members of the National Assembly and ten former Members of the Assembly as nominated by the Speaker in consultation with the Parliamentary Leaders in the House. (2) The Speaker shall be the Patron of the Forum. (3) The Members of the forum shall elect from amongst themselves a Member as Chairman of the forum within one month of the constitution or reconstitution of the forum or the occurrence of vacancy, as the case may be. The term of office of the Chairman shall be one year and he shall be eligible to be reelected. (4) The Secretary of the National Assembly shall be the ex-officio Secretary of the Forum and will be responsible for maintaining the record of the Forum and to correspond on its behalf. 292-C. Tenure of the Members.- (1) The tenure of the Members shall be for a period of three years. (2) The Speaker shall nominate members of the Forum within thirty days of the commencement of the term of the newly elected members. 292-D. Casual vacancies.- A member may resign at any time. If a seat becomes vacant due to resignation of a member or any other eventuality, the Speaker shall appoint another member of the Forum in his place, in the manner provided in Rule 292-B. 292-E. Functions of the Forum.- The functions of the Forum shall be following:- (a) It shall assist and advice, as and when required, the Assembly, the Speaker, the Committee, the Members and the Secretariat:- (b) It shall study questions of public importance that are already under consideration or likely to come up before the Assembly and recommend policy options/solutions; (c) It shall act as an ideas generation and support forum for the members of Assembly in discharge of their functions; (d) It shall promote partnership amongst sitting and former members of the Assembly. Besides Workshops, Seminars etc., it shall organize an Annual General Meeting of former and sitting members; (e) It shall suggest ways and means to enhance the efficiency, working and effectiveness of the Committees; (f) It shall compile and disseminate knowledge generated by Assembly proceedings, Committee reports and proceedings at international and regional Parliamentary meetings; (g) It shall provide input on policy issues; (h) It shall supervise the compilation of a book on Parliamentary Practice and procedure with special reference to Parliament of Pakistan; (i) It shall supervise the compilation of a book containing the Rulings of the Speaker given by him/her from time to time: (j) It shall suggest ways and means to promote democratic traditions and principles; (k) It shall advise and guide the legislative drafting unit and research cell of the Assembly and the PIPS; and (l) It shall, in consultation with the Speaker, advice the donor agencies regarding Parliamentary Development Programs. 292-F. Meetings of the Forum.- (1) The Chairman of the Forum shall call the meeting of the Forum, at least once in two months or when a majority of the members give a notice in writing. (2) The agenda of the meeting shall be proposed by the Secretary, under the directions of the Chairman of the Forum and shall be sent to the members at least seven days before the meeting. (3) All the decisions of the Forum shall be taken by majority of the members present and voting. (4) All the proceedings of the Forum shall be recorded by the Secretary in the minute’s book and shall be signed by the Chairman of the Forum. (5) The Chairman may call an extraordinary meeting at a shorter notice if so required. 292-G. Reports of the Forum.- The Forum shall present the annual report of its activities to the Assembly in the first session after completion of first year: (2) The report shall be presented by the Chairman of the Forum or a member authorized by him in this behalf. (3) The Assembly may discuss the report of the Forum and pass such directions as it may deem fit. 292-H. Miscellaneous.- (1) The expenses for running the Forum shall be provided by the Assembly. (2) It shall have the status of Standing Committee of the Assembly and shall be regulated by the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly. (3) A former member of the Assembly appointed to the Forum shall be allowed the TA, DA and accommodation expenses available to a sitting member while attending meetings or performing functions related to or in connection with the Forum”
Rejected
7
Insertion of rule 201-A of the Rules of Procedure.- that after rule 201, the following new rule 201-A, shall be inserted namely:- “201-A.Procedure for submission of Public Petition. - (1) Subject to the provision of these rules, a person may submit a petition to the Speaker containing clear suggestion relating to the business before the House, business before a Committee or issue of public importance concerning the Federal Government, The petitioner shall make himself responsible for the accuracy of the matter raised by him. The petition shall be submitted online by filling in the Performa on the website of Assembly or by post or by delivering in the National Assembly Secretariat by hand. Every petition shall be registered in the Register as prescribed and allotted a serial number and updated record of each petition shall be maintained by the Secretariat. A consolidated statement of the petitions received and disposed of shall be made by the Secretary in the House in each session. (2) Unless the Speaker directs otherwise, the following shall be the procedure for processing and disposal of petitions:- (a) On every Monday and Thursday, the petitions, received during the intervening period, will be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate order. The Speaker will decide the admissibility of petitions and mode of action thereon; (b) A petition admitted by the Speaker for referral to Committee shall be transmitted to the Committee concerned which shall present its report within thirty working days; (c) The petitions admitted by the Speaker for taking up in the House and those received back from the Committees concerned requiring discussion in the House will be taken up in the forthcoming session of the Assembly; (d) If the House makes any recommendation or the Speaker gives any direction or the Minister gives any understanding on a petition, the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall report to the National Assembly Secretariat about the action taken thereon within twenty working days. The response of the Ministry/Division/Authority concerned shall be submitted to the Speaker for appropriate orders; and (e) The petitioner concerned shall be informed of the action taken on his petition within three working days after completion of action thereon
Rejected
7
Insertion of rule 201-B of the Rules of Procedure.- That after rule 201-A, the following new rule 201-B, shall be added namely:- “201-B. The unanimous recommendations of the Committee shall be binding on Government or concerned Ministry and compliance report thereof shall be submitted to the Committee within three months
Rejected

  Points of Order

Sitting No.   Points of Order Representative Name Number of POs
1 Law and Order Dr. Muhammad Farooq Sattar 2
1 Democracy and Political Development Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad 1
1 Democracy and Political Development Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah 1
1 Democracy and Political Development Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi 1
1 Employment Shah Jee Gul Afridi 1
1 Democracy and Political Development Daniyal Aziz Ch. 1
1 Employment Shahab-ud-Din Khan 1
1 Communication Qaisar Ahmad Sheikh 1
1 Law and Order Muhammad Tallal Ch. 1
1 Business of House Pervaiz Rashid 1
1 Governance Maiza Hameed 1
1 Business of House Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada 1
2 Democracy and Political Development Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah 2
2 Democracy and Political Development Pervaiz Rashid 1
2 Prayers and Tribute Sahibzada Faiz Ul Hassan 1
2 Governance Dr. Nisar Ahmad 1
2 Energy and Natural Resources Khawaja Muhammad Asif 1
2 Strengthening the Federation Shah Jee Gul Afridi 1
2 Strengthening the Federation Ahsan Iqbal 1
2 Prayers and Tribute Abdul Qadir Baloch 1
2 Energy and Natural Resources Iftikhar Ud Din 1
2 Finance and Economic Policy Ameer Zaman 1
3 Foreign Relations Sahibzada Tariq Ullah 1
3 Prayers and Tribute Mir Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani 1
3 Foreign Relations Shaista Pervaiz 1
3 Foreign Relations Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi 1
3 Business of House Mian Abdul Manan 1
3 Foreign Relations Mehmood Khan Achakzai 1
3 Business of House Sardar Ayaz Sadiq 1
3 Agriculture Rana Tanveer Hussain 1
3 Foreign Relations Sher Akbar Khan 1
3 Foreign Relations Khawaja Saad Rafique 1
3 Foreign Relations Sahib Zada Muhammad Yaqub 1
3 Foreign Relations Muhammad Moeen Wattoo 1
3 Foreign Relations Ameer Zaman 1
3 Foreign Relations Shah Jee Gul Afridi 1
3 Foreign Relations Ch. Muhammad Ashraf 1
3 Foreign Relations Mian Abdul Manan 1
3 Foreign Relations Tahira Aurangzeb 1
3 Foreign Relations Muhammad Gohar Shah 1
3 Foreign Relations Awais Ahmad Khan Leghari 1
3 Foreign Relations Ch. Mahmood Bashir Virk 1
4 Foreign Relations Syed Naveed Qammar 1
4 Democracy and Political Development Mehmood Khan Achakzai 1
4 Democracy and Political Development Shah Jee Gul Afridi 1
4 Democracy and Political Development Khawaja Saad Rafique 1
4 Agriculture Ghous Bux Khan Mahar 1
4 Human Rights Arifa Khalid Parvez 1
4 Democracy and Political Development Mian Tariq Mehmood 1
4 Democracy and Political Development Muhammad Jamal Ud Din 1
4 Employment Mussarat Ahmadzeb 1
4 Agriculture Sheikh Fayyaz Ud Din 1
4 Democracy and Political Development Ch. Muhammad Ashraf 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Syed Naveed Qammar 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Mian Abdul Manan 1
5 Corruption Muhammad Tallal Ch. 1
5 Corruption Nasir Iqbal Bosal 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Syed Iftikhar Ul Hassan 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Tahira Aurangzeb 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Muhammad Safdar 1
5 Corruption Ch. Muhammad Munir 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Ameer Zaman 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Kiran Haider 1
5 Business of House Qamar Ud Din 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Surriya Asghar 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Raja Muhammad Javed Ikhlas 1
5 Prayers and Tribute Dr. Hafeez Ur Rehman Khan 1
5 Employment Syed Ghazi Gulab Jamal 1
5 Business of House Shah Jee Gul Afridi 1
5 Democracy and Political Development Muhammad Khan Daha 1
7 Law and Order Muhammad Kamal Malik 1
7 Business of House Muhammad Tallal Ch. 1
7 Business of House Sardar Ayaz Sadiq 1
7 Business of House Mian Abdul Manan 1
7 Business of House Abdul Sattar Bachani 1
7 Business of House Sheikh Aftab Ahmed 1
7 Business of House Muhammad Barjees Tahir 1
7 Governance Kishwer Zehra 1
7 Governance Muhammad Gohar Shah 1
7 Minorities Bhawan Das 1
7 Governance Tahira Aurangzeb 1
8 Democracy and Political Development Zahid Hamid Khan 1
8 Democracy and Political Development Mohammad Ishaq Dar 1
8 Democracy and Political Development Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah 1
8 Democracy and Political Development Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi 1
8 Business of House Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah 1
8 Business of House Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi 1
8 Employment Shah Jee Gul Afridi 1
8 Employment Mohammad Ishaq Dar 1
9 Business of House Sardar Ayaz Sadiq 4
9 Business of House Amjid Ali Khan 1
9 Energy and Natural Resources Sher Akbar Khan 1
9 Business of House Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari 1
9 Housing and Works Syed Ghazi Gulab Jamal 1
9 Democracy and Political Development Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah 1
9 Business of House Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi 3
9 Business of House Mohammad Ishaq Dar 2
9 Business of House Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah 1
9 Business of House Syed Asif Hasnain 2
9 Business of House Khawaja Saad Rafique 1
9 Democracy and Political Development Khawaja Saad Rafique 2
9 Business of House Daniyal Aziz Ch. 1
9 Democracy and Political Development Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi 1
9 Democracy and Political Development Sher Akbar Khan 1
9 Democracy and Political Development Syed Asif Hasnain 1
9 Democracy and Political Development Sahibzada Tariq Ullah 1
9 Democracy and Political Development Mehmood Khan Achakzai 1
9 Democracy and Political Development Shah Jee Gul Afridi 1
10 Business of House Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari 1
10 Business of House Sheikh Aftab Ahmed 1
10 Business of House Ghulam Sarwar Khan 1
10 Business of House Murtaza Javed Abbasi 1
10 Human Rights S. A. Iqbal Qadri 1
10 Foreign Relations Dr. Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari 1
10 Business of House Sher Akbar Khan 1
10 Law and Order Dr. Nisar Ahmad 1
10 Governance Asiya Naz Tanoli 1
10 Governance Mian Abdul Manan 1
10 Governance Shah Jee Gul Afridi 1
10 Human Rights Muhammad Jamal Ud Din 1
10 Governance Dr. Arif Alvi 1
10 Governance Syed Waseem Hussain 1
10 Governance Gulzar Khan 1
10 Governance Murtaza Javed Abbasi 1
10 Governance Kishwer Zehra 1
10 Governance Syed Ghazi Gulab Jamal 1
10 Corruption Daniyal Aziz Ch. 1

  Participation in Proceedings

Sitting No. Intervention Total Representatives
2 Motion Under Rule 259 6
6 General Discussion 3
7 Resolution 3
8 General Discussion 6



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