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Senate Assembly   |     Aug 08, 2014 To Aug 22, 2014     |     Session No: 227     |     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
08 Aug, 2014 1 10:30 10:45 00:15 12:35 1:50 0:00
11 Aug, 2014 2 04:00 05:02 01:02 07:10 2:08 0:00
12 Aug, 2014 3 10:30 11:03 00:33 02:41 3:38 0:00
18 Aug, 2014 4 04:00 04:58 00:58 07:01 2:03 0:00
22 Aug, 2014 6 10:00 11:03 01:03 12:33 1:30 0:00
19 Aug, 2014 5 03:22 03:22 00:00 03:22 0:00 0:00
Total/Average 0:38 11:09 0:00

  Attendance

Key Members' Attendance
Sitting No. Chairman Deputy Chairman Panel of Presiding Officers Prime Minister Leader of the House Leader of the Opposition
1

Absent

Present

Present

Not Applicable

Present

Absent

0:00 1:50 0:00 0:00 1:50 0:00
2

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Present

2:08 0:00 0:00 0:00 2:08 2:08
3

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Present

1:37 0:00 2:01 0:00 1:46 1:40
4

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Present

2:03 0:00 0:00 0:00 2:03 2:03
6

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

1:30 0:00 0:00 0:00 1:30 0:00
5 Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

No. of Sittings Attended

4

1

5

0

5

3

Total Time

7:18

1:50

2:01

0:00

9:17

5:51


Member's Attendance in each Sitting
Sitting No. Members At Outset Members At End Maximum Members Minority Members
1 21 30 41 3
2 16 29 36 2
3 16 7 32 2
4 16 28 35 2
6 9 24 32 1
5 0 0 0 0
Average Attendance 13 20 29 2

Members Attendance by Sitting and Party
Party Total Membership Average Present Average Absent Average Leave
PPPP 39 21 12 6
PML-N 17 10 5 2
ANP 12 7 4 1
IND 12 5 6 1
MQM 7 2 1 4
JUI 6 3 3 1
PML 5 1 2 2
BNP-A 3 1 2 1
NP 1 0 1 0
PKMAP 1 1 0 0
PML-F 1 0 0 1

Parliamentary Leaders Attendance

Sitting No. Parliamentary Leaders
PML PML-F PPPP PTI MQM JUI PkMAP JI BNP-A ANP BNP NP
1

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

2

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

3

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

4

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

6

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

5

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

No. of Sittings Attended

0 0 4 0 1 2 5 0 0 4 0 2

  Orders of the Day

  Question Hour ( View All Questions )

Sitting No. Ministry Starred Un-starred Total
3 Finance, Revenue, Economic Affairs, Statistics and Privatization 22 0 22
3 Industries & Production 2 0 2
3 Planning, Development and Reform 5 0 5
3 Science and Technology 5 0 5
5 Aviation Division 2 0 2
5 Cabinet Secretariat 14 0 14
5 Climate Change Division 1 0 1
5 Commerce 9 0 9
5 Establishment Division 4 0 4
5 Information Technology and Telecommunication 1 0 1
Total65 0 65

  Privilege Motion

Sitting No. Privilege Motion Status
1
Concealing of Information by Cantonment Board Peshawar
Reffered to Committee

  Adjournment Motion

Sitting No. Adjournment Motion Status
4
This House may be adjourned to discuss an issue of grave national importance, namely: the situation arising out of the convergence of the so-called Azadi and Inqilab Marches in Islamabad for the last three days culminating thus for in a civil disobedience call made by a political party, seriously endangering civilian democratic structures and raising to an alarming level the spectre of an armed clash between the people and security forces in the heart of federal capital that houses the seat of Government, the Parliament, the Judiciary and foreign missions.
Debated
5
This House may be adjourned to discuss an issue of grave national importance, namely: the situation arising out of the convergence of the so-called Azadi and Inqilab Marches in Islamabad for the last three days culminating thus for in a civil disobedience call made by a political party, seriously endangering civilian democratic structures and raising to an alarming level the spectre of an armed clash between the people and security forces in the heart of federal capital that houses the seat of Government, the Parliament, the Judiciary and foreign missions.
Debated

  Legislative Business

Sitting No. Name of Bill Type Status
2 The Torture, Custodial Death and Custodial Rape (Prevention and Punishment) Bill, 2014 Private Introduced
2 The Senate (Powers, Immunities and Privileges) Bill, 2014 Private Withdrawn
2 The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2014 (Amendment in Article 247) Government Introduced

  Resolution

Sitting No. Resolution Type of Resolution Status
1 The Senate of Pakistan condemns in the strongest terms the continuing genocide of the people of Gaza more particularly the children and women. It is recalled that Israel the aggressor continues to attack homes, schools, mosques, hospitals and target women and children in blatant violation of the Geneva Convention and international laws. It is noted that these acts of Israel continue unabated and are a deliberate defiance of obligations that international law imposes on state and falls within the category of crime against humanity and state terrorism. It is regretted that Western Capital, U.N and world leaders have failed to have this genocide stopped. It is disturbing that Muslim countries and the OIC are unmoved.It calls upon the Government to pursue an aggressive diplomatic offensive to have these mass murders stopped and have the inhuman blockade of Gaza lifted immediately Private Adopted
2 This House recommends to the Government that a law may be enacted on breeding rights and the Seeds Act, 1976 may be updated / amended in order to ensure evolution of quality oriented seeds for major crops in the country Private Not Taken Up
2 The House recommends that effective steps may be taken to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Private Not Taken Up
2 This House recommends that Gilgit-Baltistan (Empowerment and Self-Governance) Order, 2009 may be amended suitably to further empower the people of Gilgit-Baltistan Private Not Taken Up
2 The House calls upon the Government not to confer MFN or NDMA status to India till such time that all the relevant Pakistani sectors and stakeholders are given a level playing field by the Indian Government through the removal / reduction of tariff barriers, non-tarrif barriers, subsidies, duties and other measures that will ensure both market access and protection from unfair competition to Pakistani agricultural and non-agricultural goods, exports and services (as per the Cabinet decision dated 29th February, 2012) Private Not Taken Up
2 This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps to broaden tax base in the country Private Not Taken Up
4 This House recommends to the Government that a law may be enacted on breeding rights and the Seeds Act, 1976 may be updated / amended in order to ensure evolution of quality oriented seeds for major crops in the country Private Not Taken Up
4 The House recommends that effective steps may be taken to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Private Adopted
4 This House recommends that Gilgit-Baltistan (Empowerment and Self-Governance) Order, 2009 may be amended suitably to further empower the people of Gilgit-Baltistan Private Adopted
4 The House calls upon the Government not to confer MFN or NDMA status to India till such time that all the relevant Pakistani sectors and stakeholders are given a level playing field by the Indian Government through the removal / reduction of tariff barriers, non-tarrif barriers, subsidies, duties and other measures that will ensure both market access and protection from unfair competition to Pakistani agricultural and non-agricultural goods, exports and services (as per the Cabinet decision dated 29th February, 2012) Private Not Taken Up
4 This House recommends that the Government should take immediate steps to broaden tax base in the country Private Not Taken Up
6 This House rejects the unconstitutional demands from certain political parties for the resignation of the Prime Minister and the dissolution of the Assemblies and deplores the extremely derogatory, defamatory and inflammatory language used by leaders and members of these parties in their speeches. This House resolves to uphold the supremacy of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the sovereignty of Parliament, which embodies the will and the mandate of the people of Pakistan, and the prevalence of the rule of law. It reiterates its resolve to ensure that the democratic system continues to function and flourish in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution Private Adopted

  Motion Under Rule 218

Sitting No. Motion Under Rule 218 Status
2
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
2
The House may discuss the recommendations made by the Civil Services Reforms Committee constituted by the Prime Minister particularly those pertaining to promotions in the civil bureaucracy on the pattern of Pak Army
Not Taken Up
2
The House may discuss the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project
Not Taken Up
2
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Higher Education Commission (HEC)
Not Taken Up
2
The House may discuss the overall performance of CDA with particular reference to removal of encroachments in commercial and residential areas in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
2
The House may discuss the situation arising out of allotment of plots to CDA employees on green belts in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
2
The House may discuss the issue of imposition of Article 245 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 in the Federal Capital Territory and the emerging Political situation
Debated
3
The House may discuss the issue of imposition of Article 245 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 in the Federal Capital Territory and the emerging Political situation
Debated
4
This House may discuss the overall condition of Health sector after devolution of the subject of Health to provinces in pursuance of 18th Amendment in the Constitution
Not Taken Up
4
The House may discuss the recommendations made by the Civil Services Reforms Committee constituted by the Prime Minister particularly those pertaining to promotions in the civil bureaucracy on the pattern of Pak Army
Not Taken Up
4
The House may discuss the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project
Not Taken Up
4
This House may discuss the overall performance of the Higher Education Commission (HEC)
Not Taken Up
4
The House may discuss the overall performance of CDA with particular reference to removal of encroachments in commercial and residential areas in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
4
The House may discuss the situation arising out of allotment of plots to CDA employees on green belts in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
6
This house may discuss the situation arising Out of Blocking the Main Gate of the Parliament House by a Mob of the So Called Inqilab March
Debated

  Points of Order

Sitting No.   Points of Order Representative Name Number of POs
1 Law and Order Mian Raza Rabbani 1
1 Law and Order Col (R) Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi 1
1 Law and Order Engr. Muhammad Hamayun Khan Mandokhel 1
1 Law and Order Abdul Qadir Baloch 1
4 Business of House Muhammad Zahid Khan 1
6 Democracy and Political Development Farhatullah Babar 1