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KP Assembly   |     Jun 17, 2013 To Jul 03, 2013     |     Session No: 2     |     Session Type: Budget

  Session Time [In Hours : Minutes]

Sitting Date Sitting No. Schedule Starting Time Actual Starting Time Delay End Time of Sitting Total Sitting Time Break
17 Jun, 2013 1 02:00 02:49 00:49 04:33 1:44 0:00
20 Jun, 2013 2 04:00 04:30 00:30 08:28 2:27 1:31
21 Jun, 2013 3 04:00 04:20 00:20 08:33 3:10 1:03
22 Jun, 2013 4 10:00 10:47 00:47 03:02 4:15 0:00
23 Jun, 2013 5 10:00 11:03 01:03 03:08 3:11 0:54
24 Jun, 2013 6 04:00 04:36 00:36 09:09 3:22 1:11
25 Jun, 2013 7 10:00 12:00 -838:59 12:00 0:00 0:00
26 Jun, 2013 8 04:00 05:06 01:06 11:21 4:48 1:27
27 Jun, 2013 9 04:00 05:02 01:02 07:07 1:17 0:48
28 Jun, 2013 10 05:00 05:31 00:31 09:36 3:39 0:26
01 Jul, 2013 11 04:00 04:22 00:22 08:41 2:56 1:23
02 Jul, 2013 12 04:00 05:14 01:14 07:36 1:06 1:16
03 Jul, 2013 13 04:00 04:39 00:39 05:29 0:50 0:00
Total/Average -63:-42 32:45 9:59

  Attendance

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

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Present

1:44 0:00 0:00 1:44 0:00 1:44
2

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Present

0:00 2:27 0:00 2:27 0:00 2:27
3

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Present

0:00 3:10 0:00 3:10 0:00 3:10
4

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

0:00 4:15 0:00 0:00 0:00 4:15
5

Present

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Present

3:56 0:00 0:00 3:56 0:00 3:56
6

Present

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Present

3:19 0:00 0:00 3:19 0:00 3:19
7 Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
8

Present

Present

Present

Present

Present

Present

0:37 4:11 0:00 4:48 4:48 4:48
9

Present

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Present

1:17 0:00 0:00 1:17 0:00 1:17
10

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Present

0:00 3:39 0:00 3:39 0:00 3:39
11

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

0:00 2:56 0:00 0:00 0:00 2:56
12

Present

Present

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

1:06 0:00 0:00 0:16 0:00 0:00
13

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

0:00 0:50 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00

No. of Sittings Attended

6

11

12

9

1

10

Total Time

11:59

21:28

0:00

24:36

4:48

31:31


Member's Attendance in each Sitting
Sitting No. Members At Outset Members At End Maximum Members Minority Members
1 73 105 105 2
2 38 35 103 3
3 48 31 68 3
4 36 52 66 3
5 42 51 66 1
6 75 78 107 3
7 0 0 0 0
8 65 44 94 3
9 48 55 72 3
10 39 58 69 3
11 40 42 77 3
12 44 72 72 3
13 34 50 54 3
Average Attendance 45 52 73 3

Members Attendance by Sitting and Party
Party Total Membership Average Present Average Absent Average Leave
PTI 54 47 5 2
PML-N 17 14 1 2
JUI 16 13 2 0
QWP 10 7 2 1
JI 8 7 1 0
AJIP 5 4 0 0
ANP 4 3 0 1
PPPP 4 3 1 0
IND 1 1 0 0
APML 1 1 0 0

Parliamentary Leaders Attendance

Sitting No. Parliamentary Leaders
APML PML-N PPPP JUI-F JI AJIP ANP QWP-S
1

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Present

2

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

3

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

4

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Present

5

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Present

Present

6

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Present

7

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

Absent

8

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Present

9

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Absent

10

Present

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Absent

11

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Present

Present

Present

Present

12

Present

Present

Absent

Present

Absent

Present

Present

Present

13

Absent

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

Absent

Present

Absent

No. of Sittings Attended

7 3 2 6 9 7 10 8

  Protest /Walkout /Boycott

Sitting No.   Type Party(ies) Member(s) Reasons Time (Minutes)
4 Walkout ANP 11 Asad Qasair has not been presiding the last three sitting, which according to Sardar Hussaib Babak is involved in election of his brother in Swabi 28
5 Walkout PPPP 78 Muhammad Ali referring to an incident which happened on the 2nd sitting, requested the members to be tolerant and patient. Nighat as was involved in that sitting walkout 3
8 Walkout PML-N 72 Detaining of students by the Police, because of which they missed their practical exam 14
8 Walkout APML ANP PML-N PPPP QWP 146 Israrullah Khan Gandapur asked Mufti syed jananto keep it short 11
11 Protest APML ANP PML-N PPPP QWP 146 As the amendment they proposed in one of the resolutions was not incorporated 6
11 Walkout PPPP 78 To express dissatisfaction on a ministerial response to her point of order on recent law and order incidents in the country 11

  Orders of the Day

  Question Hour ( View All Questions )

Sitting No. Ministry Starred Un-starred Total
11 Revenue 5 0 5
12 Agriculture 5 0 5
12 Finance 1 0 1
12 Irrigation 2 0 2
12 Livestock 1 0 1
12 Social Welfare 1 0 1
13 Elementary and Secondary Education 5 0 5
13 Food 1 0 1
Total21 0 21

  Privilege Motion

Sitting No. Privilege Motion Status
11
Non-implementation of a joint resolution passed by the previous government regarding establishment of a Khyber Bank branch in Samarbagh
Taken Up

  Calling Attention Notices

Sitting No. Calling Attention Notices Ministry Status
11
Government employees deposited the installments of Regi Lalma scheme around 20 years ago, however, due to slow work, ownership problems and inefficiency of local govt. department, the said scheme is causing grave concern among the employees because most part of the scheme is still pending
Local Government & Rural Development Taken Up
11
Flooding in river Swat has damaged several bridges and roads in early June. Although reconstruction of some bridges and roads has been done however, reconstruction of Naju bridge in Upper Swat region of Gabral and Mingora is still pending causing difficulties to the citizens
Communication & Works Taken Up
12
Several poor citizens are being helped by Zakat and Ushr department but during the previous government, many ineligible people were included in the list eligible of getting aid thus doing injustice with the eligible ones. It is requested to Zakat and Ushr department to conduct new survey in each union council and include only eligible candidates so that they can be helped by the department
Zakat & Ushr Taken Up
12
In my constituency PK 94 all the roads are in dilapidated condition especially the road from Chakdara to Timergara which serves as the main road. Heavy traffic and continuous traffic jam at the road causes difficulties for the local community
Communication & Works Taken Up
13
Regarding the worst situation of robberies on roads from Mardan to Buner, Mian Khan and adjacent roads
Home Taken Up
13
Regarding the availability of Teachers for Recitation of Holy Quran at Gulshan Rehman Colony
Auqaf Taken Up

  Legislative Business

Sitting No. Name of Bill Type Status
1 The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Finance Bill, 2013 Government Introduced
8 The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Finance Bill, 2013 Government Passed
11 The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Services Tribunal (Amendment) Ordinance, 2013 Government Introduced
13 The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Services Tribunal (Amendment) Bill, 2013 Government Passed

  Resolution

Sitting No. Resolution Type of Resolution Status
7 The house calls on the federal government to issue directives to WAPDA to curb the prolonged and unscheduled load shedding in KP according to the pre pecided formula of electricity distribution. The NPCC (National Power Control System) has stopped the supply of electricity to various grid stations in KP causing 12 hours of load shedding. KP is the largest electricity producing province; the electricity issue has worsened the law and order and economy creating a worrisome situation for the public Joint Adopted
11 Thousands of Pakistanis earning their livings in Saudi Arabia, who send remittances in billions of dollars, are being repatriated to Pakistan due to a recent change in the Saudi labor laws. These unemployed Pakistanis residing in Saudi Arabia at the moment are in a state of mental and financial distress. The house urges the federal government to request the Saudi government to allow these laborers to continue working in Saudi Arabia Joint Adopted
11 The tribal area Kala Dhaka (adjoining District Torghar and Mansehra) was previously being administered by the province. After the alteration of its constitutional status on January 27, 2011 the local public and Jirga Mishran have asked for 23 constitutional facilities – which are also implemented in Malakand. Therefore this house urges the provincial government to recommend the federal government to issue an authorization notice for the 23 constitutional facilities promised to the tribal areas Private Adopted
11 The Daewoo Bus Service runs from Peshawar till Karachi. During travel the bus drivers do not stop for prayers. Since five prayers a day are a religious obligation for Muslims the house recommends the provincial assembly to call on the federal government to make it mandatory for Daewoo bus service to stop for prayer breaks Private Adopted
11 The Madian grid station has been swept away in the floods therefore the burden of all areas in Bahrain, Kalam, Matta and Charbagh has fallen upon the Khwaza Khaila grid station causing additional load shedding. The house urges the provincial government to call on the federal government to install a 20/26 MVA transformer in Khwaza Khaila where currently a 10/2.5 MVA transformer is being used and bring relief to the public Private Adopted
11 Against the drone attacks Joint Deferred
11 I, with reference to KP Assembly’s rules, desipline and regulations of 1988’s rule 240, present a resolution to dismiss rule 245 and allow assembly chamber to be used as polling station for presidential election on July 30th, 2013 Private Pending
12 In the absence of a National Bank of Pakistan branch in District Torghar the government servants are facing a lot of difficulty in the acquisition of their salaries. Therefore the house calls on the provincial government to recommend the federal government to establish branches of National Bank of Pakistan in District headquarters of Kunder Hassanzai, Mera Madadkhel and Jadba Private Adopted
12 Pakistan came into existence on the basis of Islam and the government is bound by the constitution to take actions that promote an Islamic society. The media has an important role in promoting various trends in the society therefore this house requests the provincial government to call on the federal government to curtail the broadcasting of un-ethical content on television. The programs that are against the social, traditional and cultural values should not be aired Private Adopted
12 The Lowari Tunnel which will serve as a gate way to the central Asian countries is an important project of the province. The PSDP has allocated Rs. one Billion for its construction which is insufficient for the completion of the project. Therefore this house urges the provincial government to call on the federal government to increase the allocated amount to Rs. four Billion so that the project can be completed and the communications issues of the people of Chitral are addressed Joint Adopted
12 I, with reference to KP Assembly’s rules, desipline and regulations of 1988’s rule 240, present a resolution to dismiss rule 245 and allow assembly chamber to be used as polling station for presidential election on July 30th, 2013 Government Adopted