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Assembly Term. Session No. Sitting No. Name of Representative Resolution Title Status
Assembly Term. Session No. Sitting No. Name of Representative Resolution Title Status
National 16 6 1 Azam Nazeer Tarar, PML-N
“That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Seed (Amendment) Ordinance, 2024 (No. II of 2024) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 13th June, 2024 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 4 5 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
This House should take notice of inappropriate words and tone against women political leaders from the members.
Adopted
National 16 5 2 Mohammad Ishaq Dar, IND
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Apostille Ordinance, 2024 (No. I of 2024) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 25th May, 2024 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 5 1 Azam Nazeer Tarar, PML-N
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Cannabis Control and Regulatory Authority Ordinance, 2024 (No. IV of 2024) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 14th June, 2024 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 4 3 Shahzada Muhammad Gushtasap Khan, SIC
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to establish a protectorate of Emigrants Office in District Mansehra.
Pending
National 16 4 3 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure the payment of the minimum wages announced by the Government in the Government-run departments as well as in the private enterprises.
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Azam Nazeer Tarar, PML-N
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Shahida Begum, JUIP
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Sehar Kamran, PPPP
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Shazia Marri, PPPP
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Tariq Fazal Chaudhry, PML-N
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Sahibzada Muhammad Hamid Raza, SIC
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Syedah Amna Batool, PML-N
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Malik Muhammad Amir Dogar, SIC
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Samina Khalid Ghurki, PPPP
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Syed Waseem Hussain, MQM
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 4 2 Rana Ansar, MQM
The House recognizes this day as the International Earth Day, Government of Pakistan recognizes the critical importance of protecting our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the damaging impact of plastic pollution on Pakistan’s environment. Ministry of Climate Change recognizes the paramount importance of preserving our planet’s environment and ecosystems, Whereas the theme of “Planet vs Plastic” emphasizes the urgent need to combat plastic pollution and safeguard our planet’s health. Plastic pollution poses a significant threat to Pakistan’s environment, wildlife, and public health, coordinated efforts from citizens, organizations, and Government entities are essential to address the planetary menace of plastic pollution
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Azam Nazeer Tarar, PML-N
i. The Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (Amendment) Ordinance, 2023 ii. The Pakistan National Shipping Corporation (Amendment) Ordinance, 2023 iii. The Pakistan Postal Services Management Board (Amendment) Ordinance, 2023 iv. The National Highway Authority (Amendment) Ordinance, 2023 v. The Criminal Law (Amendment) Ordinance, 2023 vi. The Privatization Commission (Amendment) Ordinance, 2023 vii. The Establishment of Telecommunication Appellate Tribunal Ordinance, 2023
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Shazia Marri, PPPP
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Syed Naveed Qamar, PPPP
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Muhammad Moin Aamer Pirazada, MQM
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Nikhat Shakeel Khan, MQM
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Rana Ansar, MQM
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Mehmood Khan Achakzai, PKMAP
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Malik Muhammad Amir Dogar, SIC
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Noor Alam Khan, JUIP
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Ali Muhammad Khan, SIC
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 7 Mr. Sher Afzal Khan Marwat, SIC
This House recognizes this day as the International Day to combat Islamophobia, Reiterates that Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, and acceptance; Categorically condemns Israel’s war on Palestine where the latest attack cost 21 lives of Palestinians standing in the line for aid during the holy month of Ramzan; Denounces the continued Israeli aggression which has led to the loss of over 30,000 lives since October 7th, 2023. Calls upon the Federal Government to play a more proactive role in pushing the international community to enforce a ceasefire.
Adopted
National 16 1 6 Shazia Marri, PPPP
This House recognizes that the trial and subsequent conviction of Shaheed Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was a gross miscarriage of justice; Salutes the struggles of Begum Nustrat Bhutto Sahiba, Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, and the Pakistan Peoples Party workers who sacrificed their lives to establish this truth; Appreciates the determination with which President Asif Ali Zardari filed presidential reference to reopen the case 12 years ago and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari who single mindedly pursued it; Lauds the honourable Supreme Court of Pakistan for finally holding and accepting the glaring injustice meted out to Shaheed Bhutto 44 years ago, in its judgment; The proceedings of the trial by the Lahore High Court and of the appeal by the Supreme Court of Pakistan do not meet the requirements of the Fundamental Right to a fair trial and due process enshrined in Articles 4 and 9 of the Constitution and later guaranteed as a separate and independent Fundamental Right under Article 10A of the Constitution;” Demands that in light of this historic judgment, the unjust verdict given in Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto case must be overturned; Further demands that the Federal Government officially declare Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto as a “Shaheed” and “National Democratic Hero,” and confers upon him the highest Civil Award which is the “Nishan-e-Pakistan”. And further demands the establishment of the “Nishan-e-Zulfikar Ali Bhutto” award for workers and activists who have fought and sacrificed their lives for true democracy in Pakistan
Adopted
National 16 1 5 Sehar Kamran, PPPP
Joining global community in celebrating International Women’s Day 2024. Recognizing the significant potential and contributions of women in all spheres of life. Honouring tbe memory of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, the first elected female Prime Minister in the Islamic world, and twice elected Prime Minister of Pakistan, as an icon of women’s struggle, courage, and resilience in the face of challenges. Acknowledging the accomplishments and contributions of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto as Leader of the House and Leader of Opposition, and her unwavering dedication to democracy, women empowerment, human rights, social justices and an equitable society. Realizing the need for increased efforts, resources, and focus on women and girls in fulfilling their potential. Taking note of this year’s UN theme “Invest in Women: Accelerate Progress”. The National Assembly of Pakistan expresses deep appreciation and pays tribute to Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto as a role model for women and mothers in general, and women politicians and parliamentarians in particular. Emphasizes the importance of continued and sustained efforts to remove barriers and obstacles that hinder the realization of women’s full potential. Calls upon governments, the private sector, and families to invest more in women and girls, enabling them to make even greater contributions to progress and development. Therefore, be it resolved that the National Assembly of Pakistan Recognizes the importance of International Women’s Day in fostering gender equality, commemorating women’s accomplishments, and advocating for women’s rights. Expresses appreciation and Pays Tributes to Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto for her extraordinary leadership, bravery and commitment to advancing women’s empowerment. Pledges to uphold her legacy by championing policies that empower women, ensure equitable opportunities, and eradicate gender-based discrimination. Encourages all citizens to actively engage in building a more inclusive and just society. Strongly Condemns the growing incidences of violence and harassment against women in general and women politicians in particular. Directs all concerned departments to show zero tolerance towards the perpetrators and inciters of crimes against women. Resolved, on this 8th day of march, in tribute to Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, we reaffirm our dedication to advocating for women’s rights and nurturing a society where every woman’s voice is valued and honored. Further resolves to promote gender equality through legislative measures, education and awareness campaigns to eliminate gender-based violence, discrimination, and stereotypes. Calls upon all stakeholders, including government bodies, civil society organizations, and the private sector, to work collaboratively in promoting women’s empowerment and creating an environment that enables women to thrive in all spheres of life. Urges the inclusion of women in decision-making processes at all levels, ensuring their meaningful participation in shaping policies and programs that impact their lives. Commits to providing equal access to education, healthcare, economic opportunities and social protection for women, particularly those in marginalized communities. Resolved, on this International Women’s Day, let us honor the legacy of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto who sacrificed her life for restoration of democracy, courageously challenged terrorism and promoted politics of reconciliation, and strive towards a future where women are truly empower, valued, and respected, contributing to the progress and prosperity of our nation.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Makhdoom Syed Sami-ul-Hassan Gillani, PTI
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Usama Qadri, MQM
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Syed Naveed Qamar, PPPP
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Sardar Muhammad Israr Tareen, BAP
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Ch. Muhammad Hamid Hameed, PML-N
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Pir Syed Fazal Ali Shah Jeelani, PPPP
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Dr. Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla, PTI
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Syed Javed Hassnain, PML-N
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Mohsin Javed, IND
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Wajiha Akram, PTI
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Nisar Ahmad Cheema, PML-N
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is recommending renaming the Quetta International Airport after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Syed Naveed Qamar, PPPP
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Sardar Muhammad Israr Tareen, BAP
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Pir Syed Fazal Ali Shah Jeelani, PPPP
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Dr. Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla, PTI
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Syed Javed Hassnain, PML-N
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Mohsin Javed, IND
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Nisar Ahmad Cheema, PML-N
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PTI
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 12 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is recommending renaming the Gwadar Port after Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti.
Adopted
National 15 52 11 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to immediately resume the stalled construction work on 10th Avenue in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 52 6 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure payment of the minimum wage declared by the Federal Government in public and private institutions and other institutions
Adopted
National 15 52 6 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to immediately resume the stalled construction work on 10th Avenue in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 52 6 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House recognizes the establishment of the Engineer Parliamentarians Caucus, whose purpose is to bolster engineering policy and advocacy in all technical matters for the Government, thereby improving quality control and boosting both export and import substitutions. The caucus is committed to finding indigenous solutions through the linkage of engineers and subject matter experts with on-ground implementers to utilize industrial potential. The Caucus will play a pivotal role in reshaping policies for the betterment of Pakistan and fostering engineering practices inline with the best international standards. In addition, the Caucus will serve as a liaison between the Federal Government and the Pakistan Engineering Council, an apex regulatory body enacted by the Parliament (PEC Act, 1976) to regulate the engineering profession in entirity. It will advocate for and seek necessary legislative support on behalf of the engineering profession and the PEC's role as a "Think Tank" for the Federal Government. The Caucus aims to incorporate an engineering perspective into public policy decisions, thereby improving the proactive role of the engineering profession and contributing to the socio-economic development of the country being an emerging knowledge-based, IT-driven economy of the region.
Adopted
National 15 52 6 Rana Muhammad Qasim Noon, PTI
This House recommended that the government to rename Gwadar International Airport as Feroz Khan Noon International Airport to pay tribute to the former Prime Minister.
Adopted
National 15 52 4 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure payment of the minimum wage declared by the Federal Government in public and private institutions and other institutions
Not Taken Up
National 15 52 4 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to immediately resume the stalled construction work on 10th Avenue in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 44 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Nawabzada Shah Zain Bugti, JWP
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Mehnaz Akber Aziz, PML-N
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Noor Alam Khan, PTI
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Mohsin Javed, IND
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Makhdoom Syed Sami-ul-Hassan Gillani, PTI
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Robina Irfan, BAP
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Zubaida Jalal, BAP
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Dr. Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla, PTI
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 44 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
This House acknowledges the contributions of international organizations, civil society organizations, and the international diaspora of Pakistan's fight against climate change and their assistance in rehabilitating vulnerable communities affected by climate-induced disasters. The House recognizes the urgent need for global cooperation to combat climate change and mitigate its adverse effects. It notes that extreme weather events, such as the 2022 flood, have disproportionately impacted vulnerable communities, exacerbating existing climate issues and placing a significant psycho-socioeconomic and health burden on women and children. The House emphasizes the importance of collective action to protect and uplift these segments of society in the face of climate-related crises. This House expresses deep appreciation to Islamic Relief Worldwide, United Nations (UN) for their vital role in steering Pakistan's climate action. Their initiatives have supported the development of climate-resilient infrastructure, enhanced disaster risk management systems, and promoted sustainable livelihoods. The House encourages the Government of Pakistan to strengthen collaboration with international organizations, leveraging their expertise and resources, to enhance the country's climate change mitigation policies and disaster risk reduction strategies. It also calls upon international organizations to continue supporting Pakistan's efforts to tackle climate change through knowledge sharing Recognizing the invaluable contributions made by Pakistani philanthropists abroad and within Pakistan, towards fostering national economic growth. It is to our mutual benefit to recognize their efforts as it will strengthen the relations between the nation and its diaspora. The House strongly advocates for the integration of gender mainstreaming and inclusivity in all climate-related interventions.
Adopted
National 15 51 41 Nawabzada Iftekhar Ahmed Khan Babar, PPPP
The house paid rich tribute to Benazir Bhutto on the occasion of her 70th birth anniversary.
Adopted
National 15 51 41 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
The house paid rich tribute to Benazir Bhutto on the occasion of her 70th birth anniversary.
Adopted
National 15 51 41 Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, PPPP
The house paid rich tribute to Benazir Bhutto on the occasion of her 70th birth anniversary.
Adopted
National 15 51 41 Nawab Muhammad Yousuf Talpur, PPPP
The house paid rich tribute to Benazir Bhutto on the occasion of her 70th birth anniversary.
Adopted
National 15 51 41 Sikandar Ali Rahoupoto, PPPP
The house paid rich tribute to Benazir Bhutto on the occasion of her 70th birth anniversary.
Adopted
National 15 51 41 Syed Javed Ali Shah Jillani, PPPP
The house paid rich tribute to Benazir Bhutto on the occasion of her 70th birth anniversary.
Adopted
National 15 51 41 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
The house paid rich tribute to Benazir Bhutto on the occasion of her 70th birth anniversary.
Adopted
National 15 51 41 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The house paid rich tribute to Benazir Bhutto on the occasion of her 70th birth anniversary.
Adopted
National 15 51 41 Kesoo Mal Kheeal Das, PML-N
The house paid rich tribute to Benazir Bhutto on the occasion of her 70th birth anniversary.
Adopted
National 15 51 41 Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur, PPPP
The house paid rich tribute to Benazir Bhutto on the occasion of her 70th birth anniversary.
Adopted
National 15 51 38 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
This House urged the government to transfer the funds allocated for the community development schemes to the non-lapsable account by the end of this year to ensure the completion of these schemes.
Adopted
National 15 51 33 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
The House condemns the act of a political party and its chairman on 9th May, 2023 and demanded action against the perpetrators of May 9 violent acts
Adopted
National 15 51 30 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 15 51 30 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 30 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to establish an Engineering University in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 30 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take effective steps for proper disposal of infectious materials such as used syringes and blood bags, etc in Government Hospitals
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 30 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to make sure that the employees of council of Islamic Ideology (CII) should be entitled for all the government houses from the pool of the Estate Office
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 28 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to establish an Engineering University in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 28 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 28 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take effective steps for proper disposal of infectious materials such as used syringes and blood bags, etc in Government Hospitals
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 28 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to make sure that the employees of council of Islamic Ideology (CII) should be entitled for all the government houses from the pool of the Estate Office
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 28 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 15 51 27 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
Whereas the shocking, brazen, heart wrenching and shameless incidents, which took place in certain parts of the country on the 9th May 2023, and which incidents have tarnished our national image, are vehemently condemned by this House; Whereas this House expresses its full faith in and complete solidarity and support for the armed forces of Pakistan; And whereas this House resolves as follows: 1.That 9th May to be reckoned as Black Day; 2.That all abettors , planners , facilitators and those directly or indirectly involved in arson, attacks on military installations as well as public and private properties should be prosecuted/tried under the existing laws of the country including, Anti-terrorism Act 1997, Army Act 1952 and Pakistan Penal Code 1860; 3.That all relevant authorities to implement social media rules and regulations in order to tackle propaganda being unleashed against the country's institutions, both from within and outside of Pakistan, under the patronage and facilitation from multiple players. Those involved in such propaganda campaigns should strictly be dealt with as per law; 4.That we reiterate our commitment to national unity, harmony and integrity in the wake of current geostrategic situation and deprecate all anti-state elements which attempt to destabilize the country, and 5.That resolution of all political issues must always stay within the realm of parliamentary and democratic norms and resorting to violence against state institutions, public and private properties is totally unacceptable.
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Sajid Hussain Turi, PPPP
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Ch. Muhammad Shahbaz, PML-N
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Syed Mehmood Shah, MMA
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Malik Sohail Khan, PML-N
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Nawabzada Iftekhar Ahmed Khan Babar, PPPP
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Muhammad Ali Wazir, IND
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur, PPPP
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Dr. Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla, PTI
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Mukhtar Ahmad Bharath, PML-N
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Mir Khan Muhammad Jamali, PTI
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Rana Shamim Ahmed Khan, PML-N
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 27 Usama Qadri, MQM
The House condemns the suicidal attack on Ameer Jamat Islami Senator Siraj ul Haq
Adopted
National 15 51 26 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to make sure that the employees of council of Islamic Ideology (CII) should be entitled for all the government houses from the pool of the Estate Office
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 26 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 15 51 26 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take effective steps for proper disposal of infectious materials such as used syringes and blood bags, etc in Government Hospitals.
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 26 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to establish an Engineering University in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 26 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 26 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
The House adopted a resolution to constitute a committee to review this year's Hajj arrangements.
Adopted
National 15 51 25 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House expressed unwavering support and solidarity with the armed forces and security agencies.
Adopted
National 15 51 25 Wajiha Akram, PTI
Expressing grave concern and outrage over the negative impact of the recent incidents of vandalism and burning of infrastructure on the socio-economic development, public welfare, and stability of the country, Deeply regretting the loss of lives, injuries, and damage to the State and private property resulting from these acts, Reaffirming the rule of law and protection of human rights, and fundamental freedoms, including the right to peaceful assembly and expression, as enshrined in the Constitution of the Pakistan, This House condemns unequivocally the acts of vandalism, destruction, and burning of infrastructure that have taken place across Pakistan following the arrest of the NAB-accused Mr. Imran Khan Niazi, This House also condemns the fascism in the country including at the Jinnah House, where the Lahore Corps Commander resides was also set on fire while destroying valuable belonging of the Founding Father Quaid Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, This House also condemns strongly the violent attacks on the GHQ, memorials of the martyrs, historic buildings, mosques and schools which were set on fire and damaged, Recognizing and appreciating the vital role played by the armed forces and security agencies, including the rangers and police, in upholding the sovereignty, safeguarding public order, and ensuring the safety and security of the people, this House extends its unwavering solidarity and support. Recognizing the importance of bringing criminals to justice and upholding the rule of law, this House calls for the swift and impartial investigation of these incidents while urging the government to take severe action against the perpetrators, regardless of their affiliations or political backgrounds, with due process. This House recognizes the constitutional imperative of an independent and impartial judiciary in upholding the rule of law, ensuring justice, and safeguarding the democratic principles of a nation. It is essential that the judiciary functions without bias or favoritism, maintaining the trust and confidence of the people. This House expresses concern over overt bias in decisions by the Supreme Court that undermine its credibility and impartiality, particularly if it favors one political party over others. By turning it in the mind of the public into just another political institution, the Court undermines its legitimacy and the credibility of its judgments. This House also strongly condemns actions that compromise the fair administration of justice and call for transparency, accountability, and adherence to the principles of justice, impartiality, and fairness by the Supreme Court to restore public trust in the judicial system.
Adopted
National 15 51 24 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to explore the potential for energy generation from renewable sources of solar and wind energy to provide affordable energy to the public and remove the inconsistencies which are barriers to use such potential sources
Adopted
National 15 51 24 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 24 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take effective steps for proper disposal of infectious materials such as used syringes and blood bags, etc in Government Hospitals.
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 24 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 15 51 24 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to discontinue the provision of free electricity to WAPDA employees.
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 21 Mrs. Mahreen Razaque Bhutto, PPPP
The 3rd May which is recognized as World Press Freedom Day, this House resolves the fundamental right of freedom of speech enshrined in the Constitution under Article 19 which is the foundation of freedom of the press and recognizes that it is a fundamental human right protected by international Law, essential to democratic societies and critical to the protection of human dignity This House recommends that the Government should protect the freedom of the press from censorship and violence and promoting its full realization in accordance with its Interactional Human Rights obligations; essential for the functioning of democratic societies and vital for the protection of other human rights; Recognizing the critical role of journalists and media professionals in providing accurate, timely and impartial information to the public and the need to protect them from violence, intimidation, and harassment; Affirming the obligation of the government to safeguard and uphold press freedom against any form of censorship, undue interference or retribution; and This House to take effective measures to ensure the safety, security, and independence of journalists, to strengthen the legal and institutional framework for the protection of press freedom, and to promote a pluralistic, diverse and vibrant media environment in Pakistan, in compliance with its International Human Rights obligations and commitments
Adopted
National 15 51 20 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 15 51 20 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to establish an Engineering University in Islamabad.
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 20 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take effective steps for proper disposal of infectious materials such as used syringes and blood bags, etc in Government Hospitals.
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 20 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years.
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 20 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to explore the potential for energy generation from renewable sources of solar and wind energy to provide affordable energy to the public and remove the inconsistencies which are barriers to use such potential sources
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 18 Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, PPPP
The National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan reposes its full confidence in the leadership of Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif, as the Prime minister of Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Adopted
National 15 51 15 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to discontinue the provision of free electricity to WAPDA employees
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 15 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to explore the potential for energy generation from renewable sources of solar and wind energy to provide affordable energy to the public and remove the inconsistencies which are barriers to use such potential sources
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 15 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take effective steps for proper disposal of infectious materials such as used syringes and blood bags, etc in Government Hospitals
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 15 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years.
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 15 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 15 51 14 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
The House expresses its deep sorrow and grief over the sad demise of Minister and MNA Mufti Abdul Shakoor.
Adopted
National 15 51 13 Kesoo Mal Kheeal Das, PML-N
The House urges that the dam fund should be handed over the treasury to provide relief to the flood affected
Adopted
National 15 51 13 Syed Ali Musa Gilani, PPPP
The House strongly recommends that the Federal Government take immediate action to prevent any infringements on the powers of Parliament set out by the Constitution.
Adopted
National 15 51 12 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to discontinue the provision of free electricity to WAPDA employees
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 12 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to explore the potential for energy generation from renewable sources of solar and wind energy to provide affordable energy to the public and remove the inconsistencies which are barriers to use such potential sources
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 12 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take effective steps for proper disposal of infectious materials such as used syringes and blood bags, etc in Government Hospitals
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 12 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years.
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 12 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 15 51 12 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
The House passed a resolution calling for the dissolution of the eight-judge larger bench of the Supreme Court which was constituted to hear the petitions against the Supreme Court (Practice and Procedure) Bill, 2023
Adopted
National 15 51 12 Asad Mehmood, MMA
The House passed a resolution calling for the dissolution of the eight-judge larger bench of the Supreme Court which was constituted to hear the petitions against the Supreme Court (Practice and Procedure) Bill, 2023
Adopted
National 15 51 12 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
The House passed a resolution calling for the dissolution of the eight-judge larger bench of the Supreme Court which was constituted to hear the petitions against the Supreme Court (Practice and Procedure) Bill, 2023
Adopted
National 15 51 12 Sardar Muhammad Israr Tareen, BAP
The House passed a resolution calling for the dissolution of the eight-judge larger bench of the Supreme Court which was constituted to hear the petitions against the Supreme Court (Practice and Procedure) Bill, 2023
Adopted
National 15 51 12 Azhar Qayyum Nahra, PML-N
The House passed a resolution calling for the dissolution of the eight-judge larger bench of the Supreme Court which was constituted to hear the petitions against the Supreme Court (Practice and Procedure) Bill, 2023
Adopted
National 15 51 12 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
The House passed a resolution calling for the dissolution of the eight-judge larger bench of the Supreme Court which was constituted to hear the petitions against the Supreme Court (Practice and Procedure) Bill, 2023
Adopted
National 15 51 12 Javairia Zafar, PTI
The House passed a resolution calling for the dissolution of the eight-judge larger bench of the Supreme Court which was constituted to hear the petitions against the Supreme Court (Practice and Procedure) Bill, 2023
Adopted
National 15 51 12 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
The House passed a resolution calling for the dissolution of the eight-judge larger bench of the Supreme Court which was constituted to hear the petitions against the Supreme Court (Practice and Procedure) Bill, 2023
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Naz Baloch, PPPP
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Khalid Hussain Magsi, BAP
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Shazia Marri, PPPP
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Abdul Shakoor, MMA
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Raja Riaz Ahmad, PTI
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Naveed Aamir, PPPP
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Zeb Jaffar, PML-N
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Shakila Khalid Chaudhary, PML-N
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Mrs. Mahreen Razaque Bhutto, PPPP
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Zubaida Jalal, BAP
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Nawabzada Iftekhar Ahmed Khan Babar, PPPP
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Robina Irfan, BAP
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Mir Khan Muhammad Jamali, PTI
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Mohsin Javed, IND
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Saira Bano, GDA
This House strongly condemned the attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque by brutal Israeli forces.
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Zeb Jaffar, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Noor Alam Khan, PTI
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Ali Gohar Khan, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Mohammad Aslam Bhootani, IND
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Aysha Rajab Ali, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Azhar Qayyum Nahra, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Naveed Aamir, PPPP
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Ali Pervaiz, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Rasheed Ahmad Khan, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Zahra Wadood Fatemi, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Rana Mubashir lqbal, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Javairia Zafar, PTI
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Muhammad Junaid Anwaar Ch., PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Muhammad Sajjad, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Sardar Muhammad Irfan Dogar, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Mian Najibuddin Awaisi, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Ali Zahid, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Muhammad Riaz Malik, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Bhatti, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Sheikh Fayyaz Ud Din, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Waheed Alam Khan, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Shahnaz Saleem Malik, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Samina Matloob, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Noor Ul Hassan Tanvir, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Syed Abrar Ali Shah, PPPP
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Abdul Hakeem Baloch, PPPP
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Shakila Khalid Chaudhary, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Dr. Darshan, PML-N
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Zulfiqar Bachani, PPPP
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Nasir Khan, PTI
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 9 Ramesh Lal, PPPP
This House adopted a resolution rejecting the verdict of a three-member bench of the Supreme Court regarding elections in Punjab
Adopted
National 15 51 7 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take effective steps for proper disposal of infectious materials such as used syringes and blood bags, etc in Government Hospitals
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 7 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 7 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 7 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to explore the potential for energy generation from renewable sources of solar and wind energy to provide affordable energy to the public and remove the inconsistencies which are barriers to use such potential sources
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 7 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to establish an Engineering University in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 4 Dr. Darshan, PML-N
This House may discuss the steps being taken by the Government to extend Metro bus route from New Islamabad Airport to Secretariat in the country
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 4 Saira Bano, GDA
This House may discuss the performance of FGEHA, particularly with reference to Bhara Kahu and Green Enclave-1 housing schemes, which was started in 2009
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 4 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House may discuss the performance of International Islamic University Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 4 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House may discuss the measures for relief packages to recent flood victims
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 2 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to explore the potential for energy generation from renewable sources of solar and wind energy to provide affordable energy to the public and remove the inconsistencies which are barriers to use such potential sources
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 2 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to discontinue the provision of free electricity to WAPDA employees
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 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 15 51 2 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years.
Not Taken Up
National 15 51 2 Marriyum Aurangzeb, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Syed Naveed Qamar, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Syed Amin ul Haque, MQM
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Shazia Marri, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Raja Riaz Ahmad, PTI
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Mehnaz Akber Aziz, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Zeb Jaffar, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Sheikh Fayyaz Ud Din, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Kiran Imran, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Zulfiqar Ali Behan, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Ch. Khalid Javed Warraich, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Dr. Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla, PTI
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Sikandar Ali Rahoupoto, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Shamas-un-Nisa, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Nasir Iqbal Bosal, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Noor Ul Hassan Tanvir, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Syed Abrar Ali Shah, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Ch. Armaghan Subhani, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Dr. Shazia Sobia, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Zulfiqar Bachani, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Nawabzada Iftekhar Ahmed Khan Babar, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Irfan Ali Laghari, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Pir Ameer Ali shah Jeelani, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Malik Sohail Khan, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Waheed Alam Khan, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Shahnaz Saleem Malik, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 51 2 Dr. Darshan, PML-N
The House adopted a Resolution urging the Judiciary for not interfering in political processes.
Adopted
National 15 49 7 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 7 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to establish an Engineering University in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 7 Muhammad Abubakar, MQMP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to complete the scrutiny of educational testimonials/ documents of government employees during their period of probation
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 7 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure payment of the minimum wages declared by the Government to contractual employees especially in educational institutions under Overseas Pakistanis Foundation.
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 7 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to direct the authorized private security agencies to rationalize the duty hours of their security guards and to include them in the Employees Old-Age Benefits Institution pension scheme
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 7 Salah-ud-Din, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to complete the scrutiny of educational testimonials/ documents of government employees during their period of probation
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 3 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to discontinue the provision of free electricity to WAPDA employees
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 3 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure payment of the minimum wages declared by the Government to contractual employees especially in educational institutions under Overseas Pakistanis Foundation in the country
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 3 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years in the country
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 3 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 15 49 3 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to direct the authorized private security agencies to rationalize the duty hours of their security guards and include them in the Employees Old-Age Benefits Institution pension scheme.
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 2 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 2 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to formulate a policy to regularize the services of the contractual employees who have been working in various government departments for the past many years in the country
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 2 Muhammad Abubakar, MQMP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to complete the scrutiny of educational testimonials/documents of government employees during their probation period
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 2 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure payment of the minimum wages declared by the Government to contractual employees especially in educational institutions under OPF in the country
Not Taken Up
National 15 49 2 Salah-ud-Din, MQM
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to complete the scrutiny of educational testimonials/documents of government employees during their probation period
Not Taken Up
National 15 47 1 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
National 15 47 1 Asiya Azeem, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to establish an Engineering University in Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 47 1 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure the availability of Panadol tablet and other essential medicines in the country
Not Taken Up
National 15 46 15 Mohammad Ishaq Dar, IND
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Tax Laws (Second Amendment) Ordinance, 2022 (No. VI of 2022) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 20th December, 2022 under proviso to sub-paragraph (i) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. (Moved by Murtaza Javed Abbasi)
Adopted
National 15 46 10 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
National 15 46 10 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure the availability of Panadol tablet and other essential medicines in the country
Not Taken Up
National 15 46 10 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
Notices issued to shift commercial sector on RLNG may be withdrwan and uninterrupted supply of natural gas may be continue to the commercial sector.
Adopted
National 15 46 10 Choudhary Faqir Ahmad, PML-N
According to the constitution, Pakistan is an Islamic Welfare State so anything negative against Pakistan must be boycotted, specially any blasphemous material published on social media should be controlled. Therefore, this House urges that the appeal submitted by the previous government through the Ministry of Information, Technology, Telecommunication and PTA must be withdrawn. The appeal was submitted against the order of LHC regarding the control of blasphemous material against Prophet Muhammad and negative material against pakistan on social media.
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Mehnaz Akber Aziz, PML-N
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Mohsin Shah Nawaz Ranjha, PML-N
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Saad Waseem, PML-N
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Naz Baloch, PPPP
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Qadir Khan Mandokhail, PPPP
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Asiya Azeem, PTI
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Dr. Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla, PTI
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Muhammad Abubakar, MQMP
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 8 Mohsin Javed, IND
The House unanimously adopted the resolution to acknowledge Children Rights on World Children Day celebrated every year on 20th November (Moved by Mehnaz Akber Aziz)
Adopted
National 15 46 7 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
National 15 46 7 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure the availability of Panadol tablet and other essential medicines in the country
Not Taken Up
National 15 46 7 Ahmad Hussain, PTI
The House unanimously adopted a resolution expressing solidarity with Pakistan Army.
Adopted
National 15 46 4 Saira Bano, GDA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to ensure the availability of Panadol tablet and other essential medicines in the country
Not Taken Up
National 15 46 4 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
National 15 46 3 Sheikh Fayyaz Ud Din, PML-N
Condemned the arrest of former Deputy Speaker of Punjab Assembly Dost Muhammad Mazari and demanded his immediate release
Adopted
National 15 45 11 Shazia Marri, PPPP
The house adopted a resolution, regarding killing of senior journalist Arshad Sharif and demanded a fair and transparent investigation and extended deepest condolences to the family and media community.
Adopted
National 15 45 11 Nawabzada Shah Zain Bugti, JWP
The house adopted a resolution, regarding killing of senior journalist Arshad Sharif and demanded a fair and transparent investigation and extended deepest condolences to the family and media community.
Adopted
National 15 45 11 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
The house adopted a resolution, regarding killing of senior journalist Arshad Sharif and demanded a fair and transparent investigation and extended deepest condolences to the family and media community.
Adopted
National 15 45 11 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
The house adopted a resolution, regarding killing of senior journalist Arshad Sharif and demanded a fair and transparent investigation and extended deepest condolences to the family and media community.
Adopted
National 15 45 9 Mehnaz Akber Aziz, PML-N
Formation of Parliamentary Caucus on Child Rights
Adopted
National 15 45 7 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 bill
Not Taken Up
National 15 45 7 Nuzhat Pathan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to provide loans to domestic consumers for installation of solar energy units
Not Taken Up
National 15 45 4 Nawabzada Iftekhar Ahmed Khan Babar, PPPP
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 4 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 4 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 4 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 4 Mrs. Mahreen Razaque Bhutto, PPPP
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 4 Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur, PPPP
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 4 Zulfiqar Ali Behan, PPPP
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 4 Syed Abrar Ali Shah, PPPP
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 4 Naz Baloch, PPPP
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 4 Mir Munawar Ali Talpur, PPPP
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 4 Dr. Shazia Sobia, PPPP
The new Islamabad Airport to be renamed as Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
Adopted
National 15 45 2 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House recommends that the appointments in BPS-14 and below against the posts at district level in the Electricity Distribution Companies, DISCOS under the Federal government departments be made from the persons holding domicile of the concerned districts only, in relaxation of the respective service rules and policies of the companie
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 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 15 42 10 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
“This House is of the opinion that the Government should take immediate steps to increase the upper age limit for appointments in Government Departments.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Asad Mehmood, MMA
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Nawabzada Shah Zain Bugti, JWP
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju, PML-N
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Mohsin Shah Nawaz Ranjha, PML-N
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Saira Bano, GDA
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Usama Qadri, MQM
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Dr. Fehmida Mirza, GDA
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Sardar Riaz Mehmood Khan Mazari, PTI
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Noor Alam Khan, PTI
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Mohsin Javed, IND
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Dr. Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla, PTI
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Sardar Muhammad Amjad Farooq Khan Khosa, PTI
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 42 10 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PTI
"That this House shows solidarity with the families of Hurriyat leader, Mr. Yasin Malik who is being persecuted in a manifesting dubious and motivated case in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The House condemns the abhorrent attempt of the Indian Government to deprive Kashmiri people of their true leadership which is a blatant violation of Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenant on civil and political rights. The House stresses that the struggle for the right of self-determination of Kashmir is indigenous and cannot be dampened by the draconian strong arm tactics of the Indian Government. The House resolves that the Government of Pakistan should take immediate steps and urges the international community to counsel India to drop all fabricated charges against all political leaders of Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir including Mr. Yasin Malik, ensure their safety and well-being and also arrange meeting with his spouse Mrs. Mishal Malik along with 10 years old daughter and to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, lift the brutal military siege and let the Kashmiri people exercise their right to self- determination in accordance with their aspirations and relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions.”
Adopted
National 15 44 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 15 44 5 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to build a new Cardiology/ Surgery hospital in the Federal Capital Islamabad
Not Taken Up
National 15 44 1 Azam Nazeer Tarar, PML-N
To Constitute a joint special committee of both the Houses to institute requisite judicial reforms
Adopted
National 15 43 11 Syed Naveed Qamar, PPPP
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the General Statistics (Re-organization) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2022 (III of 2022) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 21st June, 2022 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 15 43 2 Shakila Khalid Chaudhary, 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 43 2 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 2 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 2 Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju, PML-N
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 2 Muhammad Junaid Anwaar Ch., PML-N
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 2 Usama Qadri, MQM
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 2 Kishwer Zehra, MQM
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 2 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 2 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 2 Ch. Mahmood Bashir Virk, PML-N
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 2 Salah-ud-Din, MQM
This House recommends to declare national assembly's chambers at its old building (State Bank of Pakistan) as national museum
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, MQM
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Nawabzada Shah Zain Bugti, JWP
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Zahid Akram Durani, MMA
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Noor Alam Khan, PTI
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Zahid Akram Durani, MMA
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Nawabzada Shah Zain Bugti, JWP
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Noor Alam Khan, PTI
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Mohammad Aslam Bhootani, IND
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Kesoo Mal Kheeal Das, PML-N
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Ch. Mahmood Bashir Virk, PML-N
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Shahnaz Naseer Baloch, BNP-M
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Ali Gohar Khan, PML-N
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Ahmad Hussain, PTI
This House condemns the statement of Mr. Imran Khan, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan against the Armed Forces of Pakistan, integrity of Pakistan and Pakistan's security and nuclear capability.
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Ahmad Hussain, PTI
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PTI
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Pir Syed Fazal Ali Shah Jeelani, PPPP
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Mohsin Javed, IND
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Syed Mehmood Shah, MMA
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Ch. Mahmood Bashir Virk, PML-N
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Shahnaz Naseer Baloch, BNP-M
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Ghous Bux Khan Mahar, GDA
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Saira Bano, GDA
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Kesoo Mal Kheeal Das, PML-N
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Zulfiqar Ali Behan, PPPP
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Mohammad Aslam Bhootani, IND
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Muhammad Jamal Ud Din, MMA
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Malik Nawab Sher Waseer, PTI
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 43 1 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
This House condemns the derogatory remarks by India's ruling party BJP leaders about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Usama Qadri, MQM
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Muhammad Khan Daha, PML-N
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Khalid Hussain Magsi, BAP
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Syed Mehmood Shah, MMA
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Makhdoom Syed Sami-ul-Hassan Gillani, PTI
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Engineer Sabir Hussain, MQM
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Rana Iradat Sharif Khan, PML-N
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Sajid Hussain Turi, PPPP
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Sardar Muhammad Amjad Farooq Khan Khosa, PTI
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Muhammad Jamal Ud Din, MMA
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Dr. Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla, PTI
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Sardar Riaz Mehmood Khan Mazari, PTI
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Ali Gohar Khan, PML-N
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 11 Wajiha Akram, PTI
This House hails the verdict of Federal Shariat Court declaring Riba (interest)against the Sharia
Adopted
National 15 42 7 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
This House recommends that the government should take immediate steps to increase the upper age limit for appointment in the government departments.
Not Taken Up
National 15 42 7 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Government should take steps to declare Friday as a weekly holiday
Not Taken Up
National 15 42 4 Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, PPPP
This House denounces the latest Indian attempt of demographic engineering in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir through a so-called delimitation commission. It stated that this attempt is aimed at artificially altering the electoral strength of the Muslim majority in IIOJK. Noting that the commission’s recommendations have been rejected by a cross section of political parties in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the resolution categorically rejected the report of the so-called delimitation commission that seeks to convert the Muslim majority of IIOJK into minority and further marginalize, disenfranchise and disempower the Kashmiri population and advance the political and electoral objectives of the BJP. The resolution noted that through the delimitation exercise, India is making attempts to further its illegal actions of 5th August 2019 and subsequent measures. The resolution recalled that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and a long standing item on the agenda of the UN Security Council. It declared that no façade of elections based on sham delimitation exercise can substitute the legitimacy and indispensability of a free and impartial plebiscite under the auspices of the UN. The resolution demanded that India honors and fulfills the obligations under the international law, UNSC resolutions and the fourth Geneva Convention and refrain from bringing about any illegal demographic changes in the occupied territory. It urged the Indian government to forthwith end its oppression and widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in IIOJK and enable the Kashmiri people to exercise their inalienable right to self-determination as enshrined in the Security Council resolutions. The resolution called upon the international community to ensure accountability of India’s grave and persistent violations of human rights and war crimes in IIOJK. The resolution reiterated Pakistan’s unflinching commitment and solidarity with Kashmiri brothers and sisters, reaffirming that Pakistan will continue to extend all possible support in their just struggle for freedom and self-determination. It also asked the government to continue to expose and counter the Indian moves before the international community and to highlight and forcefully project the Kashmir cause at all bilateral and multilateral forums including the UN and the OIC.
Adopted
National 15 42 4 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
This House denounces the latest Indian attempt of demographic engineering in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir through a so-called delimitation commission. It stated that this attempt is aimed at artificially altering the electoral strength of the Muslim majority in IIOJK. Noting that the commission’s recommendations have been rejected by a cross section of political parties in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the resolution categorically rejected the report of the so-called delimitation commission that seeks to convert the Muslim majority of IIOJK into minority and further marginalize, disenfranchise and disempower the Kashmiri population and advance the political and electoral objectives of the BJP. The resolution noted that through the delimitation exercise, India is making attempts to further its illegal actions of 5th August 2019 and subsequent measures. The resolution recalled that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and a long standing item on the agenda of the UN Security Council. It declared that no façade of elections based on sham delimitation exercise can substitute the legitimacy and indispensability of a free and impartial plebiscite under the auspices of the UN. The resolution demanded that India honors and fulfills the obligations under the international law, UNSC resolutions and the fourth Geneva Convention and refrain from bringing about any illegal demographic changes in the occupied territory. It urged the Indian government to forthwith end its oppression and widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in IIOJK and enable the Kashmiri people to exercise their inalienable right to self-determination as enshrined in the Security Council resolutions. The resolution called upon the international community to ensure accountability of India’s grave and persistent violations of human rights and war crimes in IIOJK. The resolution reiterated Pakistan’s unflinching commitment and solidarity with Kashmiri brothers and sisters, reaffirming that Pakistan will continue to extend all possible support in their just struggle for freedom and self-determination. It also asked the government to continue to expose and counter the Indian moves before the international community and to highlight and forcefully project the Kashmir cause at all bilateral and multilateral forums including the UN and the OIC.
Adopted
National 15 42 4 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House denounces the latest Indian attempt of demographic engineering in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir through a so-called delimitation commission. It stated that this attempt is aimed at artificially altering the electoral strength of the Muslim majority in IIOJK. Noting that the commission’s recommendations have been rejected by a cross section of political parties in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the resolution categorically rejected the report of the so-called delimitation commission that seeks to convert the Muslim majority of IIOJK into minority and further marginalize, disenfranchise and disempower the Kashmiri population and advance the political and electoral objectives of the BJP. The resolution noted that through the delimitation exercise, India is making attempts to further its illegal actions of 5th August 2019 and subsequent measures. The resolution recalled that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and a long standing item on the agenda of the UN Security Council. It declared that no façade of elections based on sham delimitation exercise can substitute the legitimacy and indispensability of a free and impartial plebiscite under the auspices of the UN. The resolution demanded that India honors and fulfills the obligations under the international law, UNSC resolutions and the fourth Geneva Convention and refrain from bringing about any illegal demographic changes in the occupied territory. It urged the Indian government to forthwith end its oppression and widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in IIOJK and enable the Kashmiri people to exercise their inalienable right to self-determination as enshrined in the Security Council resolutions. The resolution called upon the international community to ensure accountability of India’s grave and persistent violations of human rights and war crimes in IIOJK. The resolution reiterated Pakistan’s unflinching commitment and solidarity with Kashmiri brothers and sisters, reaffirming that Pakistan will continue to extend all possible support in their just struggle for freedom and self-determination. It also asked the government to continue to expose and counter the Indian moves before the international community and to highlight and forcefully project the Kashmir cause at all bilateral and multilateral forums including the UN and the OIC.
Adopted
National 15 42 4 Syed Amin ul Haque, MQM
This House denounces the latest Indian attempt of demographic engineering in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir through a so-called delimitation commission. It stated that this attempt is aimed at artificially altering the electoral strength of the Muslim majority in IIOJK. Noting that the commission’s recommendations have been rejected by a cross section of political parties in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the resolution categorically rejected the report of the so-called delimitation commission that seeks to convert the Muslim majority of IIOJK into minority and further marginalize, disenfranchise and disempower the Kashmiri population and advance the political and electoral objectives of the BJP. The resolution noted that through the delimitation exercise, India is making attempts to further its illegal actions of 5th August 2019 and subsequent measures. The resolution recalled that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and a long standing item on the agenda of the UN Security Council. It declared that no façade of elections based on sham delimitation exercise can substitute the legitimacy and indispensability of a free and impartial plebiscite under the auspices of the UN. The resolution demanded that India honors and fulfills the obligations under the international law, UNSC resolutions and the fourth Geneva Convention and refrain from bringing about any illegal demographic changes in the occupied territory. It urged the Indian government to forthwith end its oppression and widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in IIOJK and enable the Kashmiri people to exercise their inalienable right to self-determination as enshrined in the Security Council resolutions. The resolution called upon the international community to ensure accountability of India’s grave and persistent violations of human rights and war crimes in IIOJK. The resolution reiterated Pakistan’s unflinching commitment and solidarity with Kashmiri brothers and sisters, reaffirming that Pakistan will continue to extend all possible support in their just struggle for freedom and self-determination. It also asked the government to continue to expose and counter the Indian moves before the international community and to highlight and forcefully project the Kashmir cause at all bilateral and multilateral forums including the UN and the OIC.
Adopted
National 15 42 4 Saira Bano, GDA
This House denounces the latest Indian attempt of demographic engineering in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir through a so-called delimitation commission. It stated that this attempt is aimed at artificially altering the electoral strength of the Muslim majority in IIOJK. Noting that the commission’s recommendations have been rejected by a cross section of political parties in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the resolution categorically rejected the report of the so-called delimitation commission that seeks to convert the Muslim majority of IIOJK into minority and further marginalize, disenfranchise and disempower the Kashmiri population and advance the political and electoral objectives of the BJP. The resolution noted that through the delimitation exercise, India is making attempts to further its illegal actions of 5th August 2019 and subsequent measures. The resolution recalled that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and a long standing item on the agenda of the UN Security Council. It declared that no façade of elections based on sham delimitation exercise can substitute the legitimacy and indispensability of a free and impartial plebiscite under the auspices of the UN. The resolution demanded that India honors and fulfills the obligations under the international law, UNSC resolutions and the fourth Geneva Convention and refrain from bringing about any illegal demographic changes in the occupied territory. It urged the Indian government to forthwith end its oppression and widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in IIOJK and enable the Kashmiri people to exercise their inalienable right to self-determination as enshrined in the Security Council resolutions. The resolution called upon the international community to ensure accountability of India’s grave and persistent violations of human rights and war crimes in IIOJK. The resolution reiterated Pakistan’s unflinching commitment and solidarity with Kashmiri brothers and sisters, reaffirming that Pakistan will continue to extend all possible support in their just struggle for freedom and self-determination. It also asked the government to continue to expose and counter the Indian moves before the international community and to highlight and forcefully project the Kashmir cause at all bilateral and multilateral forums including the UN and the OIC.
Adopted
National 15 42 4 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
This House denounces the latest Indian attempt of demographic engineering in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir through a so-called delimitation commission. It stated that this attempt is aimed at artificially altering the electoral strength of the Muslim majority in IIOJK. Noting that the commission’s recommendations have been rejected by a cross section of political parties in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the resolution categorically rejected the report of the so-called delimitation commission that seeks to convert the Muslim majority of IIOJK into minority and further marginalize, disenfranchise and disempower the Kashmiri population and advance the political and electoral objectives of the BJP. The resolution noted that through the delimitation exercise, India is making attempts to further its illegal actions of 5th August 2019 and subsequent measures. The resolution recalled that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and a long standing item on the agenda of the UN Security Council. It declared that no façade of elections based on sham delimitation exercise can substitute the legitimacy and indispensability of a free and impartial plebiscite under the auspices of the UN. The resolution demanded that India honors and fulfills the obligations under the international law, UNSC resolutions and the fourth Geneva Convention and refrain from bringing about any illegal demographic changes in the occupied territory. It urged the Indian government to forthwith end its oppression and widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in IIOJK and enable the Kashmiri people to exercise their inalienable right to self-determination as enshrined in the Security Council resolutions. The resolution called upon the international community to ensure accountability of India’s grave and persistent violations of human rights and war crimes in IIOJK. The resolution reiterated Pakistan’s unflinching commitment and solidarity with Kashmiri brothers and sisters, reaffirming that Pakistan will continue to extend all possible support in their just struggle for freedom and self-determination. It also asked the government to continue to expose and counter the Indian moves before the international community and to highlight and forcefully project the Kashmir cause at all bilateral and multilateral forums including the UN and the OIC.
Adopted
National 15 42 4 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House denounces the latest Indian attempt of demographic engineering in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir through a so-called delimitation commission. It stated that this attempt is aimed at artificially altering the electoral strength of the Muslim majority in IIOJK. Noting that the commission’s recommendations have been rejected by a cross section of political parties in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the resolution categorically rejected the report of the so-called delimitation commission that seeks to convert the Muslim majority of IIOJK into minority and further marginalize, disenfranchise and disempower the Kashmiri population and advance the political and electoral objectives of the BJP. The resolution noted that through the delimitation exercise, India is making attempts to further its illegal actions of 5th August 2019 and subsequent measures. The resolution recalled that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and a long standing item on the agenda of the UN Security Council. It declared that no façade of elections based on sham delimitation exercise can substitute the legitimacy and indispensability of a free and impartial plebiscite under the auspices of the UN. The resolution demanded that India honors and fulfills the obligations under the international law, UNSC resolutions and the fourth Geneva Convention and refrain from bringing about any illegal demographic changes in the occupied territory. It urged the Indian government to forthwith end its oppression and widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in IIOJK and enable the Kashmiri people to exercise their inalienable right to self-determination as enshrined in the Security Council resolutions. The resolution called upon the international community to ensure accountability of India’s grave and persistent violations of human rights and war crimes in IIOJK. The resolution reiterated Pakistan’s unflinching commitment and solidarity with Kashmiri brothers and sisters, reaffirming that Pakistan will continue to extend all possible support in their just struggle for freedom and self-determination. It also asked the government to continue to expose and counter the Indian moves before the international community and to highlight and forcefully project the Kashmir cause at all bilateral and multilateral forums including the UN and the OIC.
Adopted
National 15 42 4 Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, PTI
This House denounces the latest Indian attempt of demographic engineering in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir through a so-called delimitation commission. It stated that this attempt is aimed at artificially altering the electoral strength of the Muslim majority in IIOJK. Noting that the commission’s recommendations have been rejected by a cross section of political parties in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the resolution categorically rejected the report of the so-called delimitation commission that seeks to convert the Muslim majority of IIOJK into minority and further marginalize, disenfranchise and disempower the Kashmiri population and advance the political and electoral objectives of the BJP. The resolution noted that through the delimitation exercise, India is making attempts to further its illegal actions of 5th August 2019 and subsequent measures. The resolution recalled that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and a long standing item on the agenda of the UN Security Council. It declared that no façade of elections based on sham delimitation exercise can substitute the legitimacy and indispensability of a free and impartial plebiscite under the auspices of the UN. The resolution demanded that India honors and fulfills the obligations under the international law, UNSC resolutions and the fourth Geneva Convention and refrain from bringing about any illegal demographic changes in the occupied territory. It urged the Indian government to forthwith end its oppression and widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in IIOJK and enable the Kashmiri people to exercise their inalienable right to self-determination as enshrined in the Security Council resolutions. The resolution called upon the international community to ensure accountability of India’s grave and persistent violations of human rights and war crimes in IIOJK. The resolution reiterated Pakistan’s unflinching commitment and solidarity with Kashmiri brothers and sisters, reaffirming that Pakistan will continue to extend all possible support in their just struggle for freedom and self-determination. It also asked the government to continue to expose and counter the Indian moves before the international community and to highlight and forcefully project the Kashmir cause at all bilateral and multilateral forums including the UN and the OIC.
Adopted
National 15 42 3 Mohsin Javed, IND
This House stresses the obedience of the Constitution by every citizen and calls upon the President to act in non-partisan manner and perform his functions strictly in accordance with Article 48 of the Constitution.
Adopted
National 15 42 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 15 42 1 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
This House strongly condemns the recent statement by PTI Chairman and former Prime Minister of Pakistan where he twisted historical facts to malign the armed forces of the country by giving an impression that they were conspiring against the country. Pakistan Security Forces are defending our borders fearlessly and have given countless sacrifices while defending the country against the scourge of terrorism. Any attempt to malign a State institution for political gains is a disservice to Pakistan.
Adopted
National 15 42 1 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
That this House recommends that Government should constitute a Task Force to ensure implementation of rights of minorities in view of judgements of the apex courts with the following TORs:- (a) to implement the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s Judgment on the rights of Minorities dated 19th June, 2014 as well as other directions and connected Cmas’ and all other matters in relation to Interfaith Harmony and Evacuee Trust Property Board; (b) to liaise and coordinate with the Provincial Governments regarding the implementation of the directions on behalf of the National Assembly and in this regard all Chief Secretaries and IGs are directed to cooperate and facilitate the Task Force; (c) to represent and appear before the Supreme Court Bench constituted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan regarding the implementation of the Minorities Judgement. 2. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is already a member of the Supreme Court appointed Commission on Minorities Rights created for the implementation of the said Judgement vide order dated 8th January 2019. He played a vital role in the said judgment given by former Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani. The role of Dr. Ramesh is also reflected in the said judgment. Therefore, Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is appointed head of the Task Force with a status of Federal Minister. 3. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has in the said judgment of 2014 and connected CMAs (proceedings) issued certain directions to the Federal Government as well as the Provincial Governments viz-a-viz rights of the Minorities. 4. Secretary, Ministry of Interfaith Harmony shall be the Secretary of this Task Force. 5. Secretary Establishment Division, Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice, Secretary, Ministry of Education and Secretary, Ministry of Human Rights shall be the ex-officio members of this Task Force. In addition, the Provincial Chief Secretaries and IGs shall also be the ex-officio members of this Task Force on provincial issues. 6. The Federal government shall provide appropriate office space and staff for the working of the Task Force headed by Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani for the implementation of minorities’ judgment and interfaith harmony. He shall also be provided proper security as on account of the sensitive nature of the task.
Adopted
National 15 42 1 Aisha Ghaus Pasha, PML-N
That this House recommends that Government should constitute a Task Force to ensure implementation of rights of minorities in view of judgements of the apex courts with the following TORs:- (a) to implement the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s Judgment on the rights of Minorities dated 19th June, 2014 as well as other directions and connected Cmas’ and all other matters in relation to Interfaith Harmony and Evacuee Trust Property Board; (b) to liaise and coordinate with the Provincial Governments regarding the implementation of the directions on behalf of the National Assembly and in this regard all Chief Secretaries and IGs are directed to cooperate and facilitate the Task Force; (c) to represent and appear before the Supreme Court Bench constituted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan regarding the implementation of the Minorities Judgement. 2. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is already a member of the Supreme Court appointed Commission on Minorities Rights created for the implementation of the said Judgement vide order dated 8th January 2019. He played a vital role in the said judgment given by former Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani. The role of Dr. Ramesh is also reflected in the said judgment. Therefore, Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is appointed head of the Task Force with a status of Federal Minister. 3. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has in the said judgment of 2014 and connected CMAs (proceedings) issued certain directions to the Federal Government as well as the Provincial Governments viz-a-viz rights of the Minorities. 4. Secretary, Ministry of Interfaith Harmony shall be the Secretary of this Task Force. 5. Secretary Establishment Division, Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice, Secretary, Ministry of Education and Secretary, Ministry of Human Rights shall be the ex-officio members of this Task Force. In addition, the Provincial Chief Secretaries and IGs shall also be the ex-officio members of this Task Force on provincial issues. 6. The Federal government shall provide appropriate office space and staff for the working of the Task Force headed by Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani for the implementation of minorities’ judgment and interfaith harmony. He shall also be provided proper security as on account of the sensitive nature of the task.
Adopted
National 15 42 1 Khalid Hussain Magsi, BAP
That this House recommends that Government should constitute a Task Force to ensure implementation of rights of minorities in view of judgements of the apex courts with the following TORs:- (a) to implement the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s Judgment on the rights of Minorities dated 19th June, 2014 as well as other directions and connected Cmas’ and all other matters in relation to Interfaith Harmony and Evacuee Trust Property Board; (b) to liaise and coordinate with the Provincial Governments regarding the implementation of the directions on behalf of the National Assembly and in this regard all Chief Secretaries and IGs are directed to cooperate and facilitate the Task Force; (c) to represent and appear before the Supreme Court Bench constituted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan regarding the implementation of the Minorities Judgement. 2. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is already a member of the Supreme Court appointed Commission on Minorities Rights created for the implementation of the said Judgement vide order dated 8th January 2019. He played a vital role in the said judgment given by former Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani. The role of Dr. Ramesh is also reflected in the said judgment. Therefore, Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is appointed head of the Task Force with a status of Federal Minister. 3. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has in the said judgment of 2014 and connected CMAs (proceedings) issued certain directions to the Federal Government as well as the Provincial Governments viz-a-viz rights of the Minorities. 4. Secretary, Ministry of Interfaith Harmony shall be the Secretary of this Task Force. 5. Secretary Establishment Division, Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice, Secretary, Ministry of Education and Secretary, Ministry of Human Rights shall be the ex-officio members of this Task Force. In addition, the Provincial Chief Secretaries and IGs shall also be the ex-officio members of this Task Force on provincial issues. 6. The Federal government shall provide appropriate office space and staff for the working of the Task Force headed by Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani for the implementation of minorities’ judgment and interfaith harmony. He shall also be provided proper security as on account of the sensitive nature of the task.
Adopted
National 15 42 1 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
That this House recommends that Government should constitute a Task Force to ensure implementation of rights of minorities in view of judgements of the apex courts with the following TORs:- (a) to implement the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s Judgment on the rights of Minorities dated 19th June, 2014 as well as other directions and connected Cmas’ and all other matters in relation to Interfaith Harmony and Evacuee Trust Property Board; (b) to liaise and coordinate with the Provincial Governments regarding the implementation of the directions on behalf of the National Assembly and in this regard all Chief Secretaries and IGs are directed to cooperate and facilitate the Task Force; (c) to represent and appear before the Supreme Court Bench constituted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan regarding the implementation of the Minorities Judgement. 2. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is already a member of the Supreme Court appointed Commission on Minorities Rights created for the implementation of the said Judgement vide order dated 8th January 2019. He played a vital role in the said judgment given by former Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani. The role of Dr. Ramesh is also reflected in the said judgment. Therefore, Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is appointed head of the Task Force with a status of Federal Minister. 3. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has in the said judgment of 2014 and connected CMAs (proceedings) issued certain directions to the Federal Government as well as the Provincial Governments viz-a-viz rights of the Minorities. 4. Secretary, Ministry of Interfaith Harmony shall be the Secretary of this Task Force. 5. Secretary Establishment Division, Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice, Secretary, Ministry of Education and Secretary, Ministry of Human Rights shall be the ex-officio members of this Task Force. In addition, the Provincial Chief Secretaries and IGs shall also be the ex-officio members of this Task Force on provincial issues. 6. The Federal government shall provide appropriate office space and staff for the working of the Task Force headed by Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani for the implementation of minorities’ judgment and interfaith harmony. He shall also be provided proper security as on account of the sensitive nature of the task.
Adopted
National 15 42 1 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
That this House recommends that Government should constitute a Task Force to ensure implementation of rights of minorities in view of judgements of the apex courts with the following TORs:- (a) to implement the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s Judgment on the rights of Minorities dated 19th June, 2014 as well as other directions and connected Cmas’ and all other matters in relation to Interfaith Harmony and Evacuee Trust Property Board; (b) to liaise and coordinate with the Provincial Governments regarding the implementation of the directions on behalf of the National Assembly and in this regard all Chief Secretaries and IGs are directed to cooperate and facilitate the Task Force; (c) to represent and appear before the Supreme Court Bench constituted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan regarding the implementation of the Minorities Judgement. 2. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is already a member of the Supreme Court appointed Commission on Minorities Rights created for the implementation of the said Judgement vide order dated 8th January 2019. He played a vital role in the said judgment given by former Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani. The role of Dr. Ramesh is also reflected in the said judgment. Therefore, Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is appointed head of the Task Force with a status of Federal Minister. 3. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has in the said judgment of 2014 and connected CMAs (proceedings) issued certain directions to the Federal Government as well as the Provincial Governments viz-a-viz rights of the Minorities. 4. Secretary, Ministry of Interfaith Harmony shall be the Secretary of this Task Force. 5. Secretary Establishment Division, Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice, Secretary, Ministry of Education and Secretary, Ministry of Human Rights shall be the ex-officio members of this Task Force. In addition, the Provincial Chief Secretaries and IGs shall also be the ex-officio members of this Task Force on provincial issues. 6. The Federal government shall provide appropriate office space and staff for the working of the Task Force headed by Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani for the implementation of minorities’ judgment and interfaith harmony. He shall also be provided proper security as on account of the sensitive nature of the task.
Adopted
National 15 42 1 Usama Qadri, MQM
That this House recommends that Government should constitute a Task Force to ensure implementation of rights of minorities in view of judgements of the apex courts with the following TORs:- (a) to implement the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s Judgment on the rights of Minorities dated 19th June, 2014 as well as other directions and connected Cmas’ and all other matters in relation to Interfaith Harmony and Evacuee Trust Property Board; (b) to liaise and coordinate with the Provincial Governments regarding the implementation of the directions on behalf of the National Assembly and in this regard all Chief Secretaries and IGs are directed to cooperate and facilitate the Task Force; (c) to represent and appear before the Supreme Court Bench constituted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan regarding the implementation of the Minorities Judgement. 2. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is already a member of the Supreme Court appointed Commission on Minorities Rights created for the implementation of the said Judgement vide order dated 8th January 2019. He played a vital role in the said judgment given by former Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani. The role of Dr. Ramesh is also reflected in the said judgment. Therefore, Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is appointed head of the Task Force with a status of Federal Minister. 3. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has in the said judgment of 2014 and connected CMAs (proceedings) issued certain directions to the Federal Government as well as the Provincial Governments viz-a-viz rights of the Minorities. 4. Secretary, Ministry of Interfaith Harmony shall be the Secretary of this Task Force. 5. Secretary Establishment Division, Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice, Secretary, Ministry of Education and Secretary, Ministry of Human Rights shall be the ex-officio members of this Task Force. In addition, the Provincial Chief Secretaries and IGs shall also be the ex-officio members of this Task Force on provincial issues. 6. The Federal government shall provide appropriate office space and staff for the working of the Task Force headed by Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani for the implementation of minorities’ judgment and interfaith harmony. He shall also be provided proper security as on account of the sensitive nature of the task.
Adopted
National 15 42 1 Azam Nazeer Tarar, PML-N
That this House recommends that Government should constitute a Task Force to ensure implementation of rights of minorities in view of judgements of the apex courts with the following TORs:- (a) to implement the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s Judgment on the rights of Minorities dated 19th June, 2014 as well as other directions and connected Cmas’ and all other matters in relation to Interfaith Harmony and Evacuee Trust Property Board; (b) to liaise and coordinate with the Provincial Governments regarding the implementation of the directions on behalf of the National Assembly and in this regard all Chief Secretaries and IGs are directed to cooperate and facilitate the Task Force; (c) to represent and appear before the Supreme Court Bench constituted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan regarding the implementation of the Minorities Judgement. 2. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is already a member of the Supreme Court appointed Commission on Minorities Rights created for the implementation of the said Judgement vide order dated 8th January 2019. He played a vital role in the said judgment given by former Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani. The role of Dr. Ramesh is also reflected in the said judgment. Therefore, Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is appointed head of the Task Force with a status of Federal Minister. 3. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has in the said judgment of 2014 and connected CMAs (proceedings) issued certain directions to the Federal Government as well as the Provincial Governments viz-a-viz rights of the Minorities. 4. Secretary, Ministry of Interfaith Harmony shall be the Secretary of this Task Force. 5. Secretary Establishment Division, Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice, Secretary, Ministry of Education and Secretary, Ministry of Human Rights shall be the ex-officio members of this Task Force. In addition, the Provincial Chief Secretaries and IGs shall also be the ex-officio members of this Task Force on provincial issues. 6. The Federal government shall provide appropriate office space and staff for the working of the Task Force headed by Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani for the implementation of minorities’ judgment and interfaith harmony. He shall also be provided proper security as on account of the sensitive nature of the task.
Adopted
National 15 42 1 Sherry Rehman, PPPP
That this House recommends that Government should constitute a Task Force to ensure implementation of rights of minorities in view of judgements of the apex courts with the following TORs:- (a) to implement the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s Judgment on the rights of Minorities dated 19th June, 2014 as well as other directions and connected Cmas’ and all other matters in relation to Interfaith Harmony and Evacuee Trust Property Board; (b) to liaise and coordinate with the Provincial Governments regarding the implementation of the directions on behalf of the National Assembly and in this regard all Chief Secretaries and IGs are directed to cooperate and facilitate the Task Force; (c) to represent and appear before the Supreme Court Bench constituted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan regarding the implementation of the Minorities Judgement. 2. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is already a member of the Supreme Court appointed Commission on Minorities Rights created for the implementation of the said Judgement vide order dated 8th January 2019. He played a vital role in the said judgment given by former Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani. The role of Dr. Ramesh is also reflected in the said judgment. Therefore, Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is appointed head of the Task Force with a status of Federal Minister. 3. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has in the said judgment of 2014 and connected CMAs (proceedings) issued certain directions to the Federal Government as well as the Provincial Governments viz-a-viz rights of the Minorities. 4. Secretary, Ministry of Interfaith Harmony shall be the Secretary of this Task Force. 5. Secretary Establishment Division, Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice, Secretary, Ministry of Education and Secretary, Ministry of Human Rights shall be the ex-officio members of this Task Force. In addition, the Provincial Chief Secretaries and IGs shall also be the ex-officio members of this Task Force on provincial issues. 6. The Federal government shall provide appropriate office space and staff for the working of the Task Force headed by Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani for the implementation of minorities’ judgment and interfaith harmony. He shall also be provided proper security as on account of the sensitive nature of the task.
Adopted
National 15 42 1 Mohammad Aslam Bhootani, IND
That this House recommends that Government should constitute a Task Force to ensure implementation of rights of minorities in view of judgements of the apex courts with the following TORs:- (a) to implement the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s Judgment on the rights of Minorities dated 19th June, 2014 as well as other directions and connected Cmas’ and all other matters in relation to Interfaith Harmony and Evacuee Trust Property Board; (b) to liaise and coordinate with the Provincial Governments regarding the implementation of the directions on behalf of the National Assembly and in this regard all Chief Secretaries and IGs are directed to cooperate and facilitate the Task Force; (c) to represent and appear before the Supreme Court Bench constituted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan regarding the implementation of the Minorities Judgement. 2. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is already a member of the Supreme Court appointed Commission on Minorities Rights created for the implementation of the said Judgement vide order dated 8th January 2019. He played a vital role in the said judgment given by former Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani. The role of Dr. Ramesh is also reflected in the said judgment. Therefore, Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, MNA is appointed head of the Task Force with a status of Federal Minister. 3. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has in the said judgment of 2014 and connected CMAs (proceedings) issued certain directions to the Federal Government as well as the Provincial Governments viz-a-viz rights of the Minorities. 4. Secretary, Ministry of Interfaith Harmony shall be the Secretary of this Task Force. 5. Secretary Establishment Division, Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice, Secretary, Ministry of Education and Secretary, Ministry of Human Rights shall be the ex-officio members of this Task Force. In addition, the Provincial Chief Secretaries and IGs shall also be the ex-officio members of this Task Force on provincial issues. 6. The Federal government shall provide appropriate office space and staff for the working of the Task Force headed by Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani for the implementation of minorities’ judgment and interfaith harmony. He shall also be provided proper security as on account of the sensitive nature of the task.
Adopted
National 15 41 10 Shakila Khalid Chaudhary, 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 41 10 Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali, MMA
This House is of the opinion that the Estate Office should complete legal formalities of notice and opportunity of hearing, etc, before vacation of government accommodations from allottees on any ground, to reduce unnecessary litigation.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 10 Munawara Bibi Baloch, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should bound all the Holy Quran publishing companies to use quality paper for the publication of the Holy Quran.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 10 Nooreen Farooq Khan, PTI
This House is of the opinion that the Government should demands the UNO, OIC and International community to take practical steps in order to control the growing Hindu extremism against the Muslims in India.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 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 Buner.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ibadullah, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Muhammad Sajjad, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Malik Sohail Khan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ch. Abid Raza, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ch. Armaghan Subhani, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ali Zahid, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syeda Nosheen Iftikhar, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Rana Shamim Ahmed Khan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mehnaz Akber Aziz, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ahsan Iqbal, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Nisar Ahmad Cheema, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ch. Mahmood Bashir Virk, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Khurram Dastgir Khan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Zulfiqar Ali Khan, PTI
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Azhar Qayyum Nahra, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Nasir Iqbal Bosal, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mukhtar Ahmad Bharath, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mohsin Shah Nawaz Ranjha, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ch. Muhammad Hamid Hameed, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Javed Hassnain, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Qaisar Ahmad Sheikh, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ali Gohar Khan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ch. Muhammad Shahbaz, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ch. Khalid Javed Warraich, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Muhammad Junaid Anwaar Ch., PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mian Javed Latif, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Sardar Muhammad Irfan Dogar, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Muhammad Riaz Malik, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Waheed Alam Khan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ali Pervaiz, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shaikh Rohale Asghar, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Khawaja Saad Rafique, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Rana Mubashir lqbal, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Saad Waseem, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Rasheed Ahmad Khan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Rana Muhammad Ishaq Khan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ch. Nadeem Abbas Rebera, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Chaudhry Riaz-ul-Haq, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Rao Muhammad Ajmal Khan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ahmad Raza Maneka, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Rana Iradat Sharif Khan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ch. Muhammad Ashraf, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Muhammad Khan Daha, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ch. Iftikhar Nazir, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Choudhary Faqir Ahmad, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Sajid Mehdi, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Alam Dad Laleka, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ihsan ul Haq Bajwa, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Noor Ul Hassan Tanvir, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mian Najibuddin Awaisi, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Sheikh Fayyaz Ud Din, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Aysha Rajab Ali, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Marriyum Aurangzeb, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Aisha Ghaus Pasha, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Zahra Wadood Fatemi, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Kiran Imran, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Musarrat Asif Khawaja, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Zeb Jaffar, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Samina Matloob, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shahnaz Saleem Malik, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Maiza Hameed, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Dr. Darshan, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Kesoo Mal Kheeal Das, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shakila Khalid Chaudhary, PML-N
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Sajid Hussain Turi, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Makhdoom Syed Mustafa Mehmood, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Makhdoom Syed Murtaza Mehmood, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mahar Irshad Ahmad Khan, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Raza Rabani Khar, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Nawabzada Iftekhar Ahmed Khan Babar, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ihsan Ur Rahman Mazari, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Abid Hussain Bhaio, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Aftab Shahban Mirani, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mir Aamir Ali Khan Magsi, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Khalid Ahmed Khan Lund, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Sardar Muhammad Bux Khan Mahar, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Nauman Islam Shaikh, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Pir Syed Fazal Ali Shah Jeelani, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Javed Ali Shah Jillani, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Abrar Ali Shah, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Zulfiqar Ali Behan, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Naveed Dero, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shazia Marri, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mir Munawar Ali Talpur, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Nawab Muhammad Yousuf Talpur, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Pir Ameer Ali shah Jeelani, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Zulfiqar Bachani, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Hussain Tariq, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Naveed Qamar, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Ayaz Ali Shah Sheerazi, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shamas-un-Nisa, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Sikandar Ali Rahoupoto, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Irfan Ali Laghari, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Rafique Ahmed Jamali, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Jam Abdul Karim Bijar, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Qadir Khan Mandokhail, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Hina Rabbani Khar, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Nasiba Channa, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Naz Baloch, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mrs. Mahreen Razaque Bhutto, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Dr. Shazia Sobia, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Ramesh Lal, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Naveed Aamir, PPPP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Afreen Khan, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Zahid Akram Durani, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Muhammad Anwar, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Asad Mehmood, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Muhammad Jamal Ud Din, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Abdul Shakoor, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Molana Abdul Wasay, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Kamal Uddin, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Salah Ud Din Ayubi, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Maulvi Asmatullah, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Syed Mehmood Shah, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 James Iqbal, MMA
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Agha Hassan Baloch, BNP-M
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Sardar Akhter Jan Mengal, BNP-M
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Shahnaz Naseer Baloch, BNP-M
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Amir Haider Khan, ANP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Khalid Hussain Magsi, BAP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Nawabzada Shah Zain Bugti, JWP
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Salah-ud-Din, MQM
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 8 Usama Qadri, MQM
That under paragraph (c) of clause (7) of Article 53 of the Constitution read with rule 12 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007, Mr. Muhammad Qasim Khan Suri, Deputy Speaker may be removed from his office.
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 5 Ibadullah, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Muhammad Sajjad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Malik Sohail Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ch. Abid Raza, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ch. Armaghan Subhani, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ali Zahid, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syeda Nosheen Iftikhar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Rana Shamim Ahmed Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mehnaz Akber Aziz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ahsan Iqbal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Nisar Ahmad Cheema, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ch. Mahmood Bashir Virk, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Khurram Dastgir Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Azhar Qayyum Nahra, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Nasir Iqbal Bosal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mohsin Shah Nawaz Ranjha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ch. Muhammad Hamid Hameed, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Javed Hassnain, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Qaisar Ahmad Sheikh, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ali Gohar Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ch. Khalid Javed Warraich, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Muhammad Junaid Anwaar Ch., PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mian Javed Latif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Sardar Muhammad Irfan Dogar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Muhammad Riaz Malik, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Waheed Alam Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ali Pervaiz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shaikh Rohale Asghar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Khawaja Saad Rafique, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Rana Mubashir lqbal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Saad Waseem, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Rasheed Ahmad Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Rana Muhammad Ishaq Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ch. Nadeem Abbas Rebera, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Chaudhry Riaz-ul-Haq, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Rao Muhammad Ajmal Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ahmad Raza Maneka, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Rana Iradat Sharif Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ch. Muhammad Ashraf, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Muhammad Khan Daha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ch. Iftikhar Nazir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Choudhary Faqir Ahmad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Sajid Mehdi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ihsan ul Haq Bajwa, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Noor Ul Hassan Tanvir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Sheikh Fayyaz Ud Din, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shakila Khalid Chaudhary, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Aysha Rajab Ali, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Marriyum Aurangzeb, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Aisha Ghaus Pasha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Zahra Wadood Fatemi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Kiran Imran, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Musarrat Asif Khawaja, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Zeb Jaffar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Samina Matloob, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shahnaz Saleem Malik, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Maiza Hameed, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Dr. Darshan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Kesoo Mal Kheeal Das, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Sajid Hussain Turi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Makhdoom Syed Mustafa Mehmood, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Makhdoom Syed Murtaza Mehmood, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mahar Irshad Ahmad Khan, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Raza Rabani Khar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Nawabzada Iftekhar Ahmed Khan Babar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ihsan Ur Rahman Mazari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Abid Hussain Bhaio, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Aftab Shahban Mirani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mir Aamir Ali Khan Magsi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Khalid Ahmed Khan Lund, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Sardar Muhammad Bux Khan Mahar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Nauman Islam Shaikh, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Pir Syed Fazal Ali Shah Jeelani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Javed Ali Shah Jillani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Abrar Ali Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Zulfiqar Ali Behan, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Asif Ali Zardari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Naveed Dero, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shazia Marri, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mir Munawar Ali Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Nawab Muhammad Yousuf Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Pir Ameer Ali shah Jeelani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Zulfiqar Bachani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Hussain Tariq, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Naveed Qamar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Ayaz Ali Shah Sheerazi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shamas-un-Nisa, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Sikandar Ali Rahoupoto, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Irfan Ali Laghari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Rafique Ahmed Jamali, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Qadir Khan Mandokhail, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Naz Baloch, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mrs. Mahreen Razaque Bhutto, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Dr. Shazia Sobia, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Nasiba Channa, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Hina Rabbani Khar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Ramesh Lal, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Naveed Aamir, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Afreen Khan, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Muhammad Anwar, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Asad Mehmood, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Muhammad Jamal Ud Din, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Abdul Shakoor, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Molana Abdul Wasay, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Kamal Uddin, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Salah Ud Din Ayubi, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Maulvi Asmatullah, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Syed Mehmood Shah, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 James Iqbal, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Agha Hassan Baloch, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Sardar Akhter Jan Mengal, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Shahnaz Naseer Baloch, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Amir Haider Khan, ANP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Zulfiqar Ahmad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 5 Mukhtar Ahmad Bharath, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Adopted
National 15 41 4 Ibadullah, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Muhammad Sajjad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Malik Sohail Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ch. Abid Raza, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ch. Armaghan Subhani, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ali Zahid, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syeda Nosheen Iftikhar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Rana Shamim Ahmed Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mehnaz Akber Aziz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ahsan Iqbal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Nisar Ahmad Cheema, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ch. Mahmood Bashir Virk, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Khurram Dastgir Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Azhar Qayyum Nahra, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Nasir Iqbal Bosal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mohsin Shah Nawaz Ranjha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ch. Muhammad Hamid Hameed, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Javed Hassnain, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Qaisar Ahmad Sheikh, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ali Gohar Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ch. Khalid Javed Warraich, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Muhammad Junaid Anwaar Ch., PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mian Javed Latif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Sardar Muhammad Irfan Dogar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Muhammad Riaz Malik, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Waheed Alam Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ali Pervaiz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shaikh Rohale Asghar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Khawaja Saad Rafique, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Rana Mubashir lqbal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Saad Waseem, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Rasheed Ahmad Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Rana Muhammad Ishaq Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ch. Nadeem Abbas Rebera, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Chaudhry Riaz-ul-Haq, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Rao Muhammad Ajmal Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ahmad Raza Maneka, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Rana Iradat Sharif Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ch. Muhammad Ashraf, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Muhammad Khan Daha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ch. Iftikhar Nazir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Choudhary Faqir Ahmad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Sajid Mehdi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ihsan ul Haq Bajwa, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Noor Ul Hassan Tanvir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Sheikh Fayyaz Ud Din, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shakila Khalid Chaudhary, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Aysha Rajab Ali, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Marriyum Aurangzeb, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Aisha Ghaus Pasha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Zahra Wadood Fatemi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Kiran Imran, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Musarrat Asif Khawaja, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Zeb Jaffar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Samina Matloob, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shahnaz Saleem Malik, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Maiza Hameed, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Dr. Darshan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Kesoo Mal Kheeal Das, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Sajid Hussain Turi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Makhdoom Syed Mustafa Mehmood, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Makhdoom Syed Murtaza Mehmood, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mahar Irshad Ahmad Khan, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Raza Rabani Khar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Nawabzada Iftekhar Ahmed Khan Babar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ihsan Ur Rahman Mazari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Abid Hussain Bhaio, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Aftab Shahban Mirani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mir Aamir Ali Khan Magsi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Khalid Ahmed Khan Lund, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Sardar Muhammad Bux Khan Mahar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Nauman Islam Shaikh, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Pir Syed Fazal Ali Shah Jeelani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Javed Ali Shah Jillani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Abrar Ali Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Zulfiqar Ali Behan, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Asif Ali Zardari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Naveed Dero, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shazia Marri, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mir Munawar Ali Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Nawab Muhammad Yousuf Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Pir Ameer Ali shah Jeelani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Zulfiqar Bachani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Hussain Tariq, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Naveed Qamar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Ayaz Ali Shah Sheerazi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shamas-un-Nisa, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Sikandar Ali Rahoupoto, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Irfan Ali Laghari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Rafique Ahmed Jamali, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Qadir Khan Mandokhail, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Naz Baloch, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mrs. Mahreen Razaque Bhutto, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Dr. Shazia Sobia, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Nasiba Channa, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Hina Rabbani Khar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Ramesh Lal, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Naveed Aamir, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Afreen Khan, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Muhammad Anwar, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Asad Mehmood, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Muhammad Jamal Ud Din, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Abdul Shakoor, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Molana Abdul Wasay, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Kamal Uddin, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Salah Ud Din Ayubi, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Maulvi Asmatullah, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Syed Mehmood Shah, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 James Iqbal, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Agha Hassan Baloch, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Sardar Akhter Jan Mengal, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Shahnaz Naseer Baloch, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Amir Haider Khan, ANP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Zulfiqar Ahmad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Mukhtar Ahmad Bharath, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 4 Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, AMLP
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Islamabad Capital Territory Trust (Amendment) Ordinance, 2021 (No. XXVII of 2021) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 3rd March, 2022 under proviso to sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
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National 15 41 4 Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Awan, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Pakistan Nursing Council (Emergency Management) Ordinance, 2021 (No. XXIX of 2021) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 2nd April, 2022 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 15 41 3 Ibadullah, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Muhammad Sajjad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Malik Sohail Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ch. Abid Raza, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ch. Armaghan Subhani, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ali Zahid, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syeda Nosheen Iftikhar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Rana Shamim Ahmed Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mehnaz Akber Aziz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ahsan Iqbal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Nisar Ahmad Cheema, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ch. Mahmood Bashir Virk, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Khurram Dastgir Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Azhar Qayyum Nahra, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Nasir Iqbal Bosal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mohsin Shah Nawaz Ranjha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ch. Muhammad Hamid Hameed, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Javed Hassnain, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Qaisar Ahmad Sheikh, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ali Gohar Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ch. Khalid Javed Warraich, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Muhammad Junaid Anwaar Ch., PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mian Javed Latif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Sardar Muhammad Irfan Dogar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Muhammad Riaz Malik, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Waheed Alam Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ali Pervaiz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shaikh Rohale Asghar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Khawaja Saad Rafique, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Rana Mubashir lqbal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Saad Waseem, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Rasheed Ahmad Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Rana Muhammad Ishaq Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ch. Nadeem Abbas Rebera, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Chaudhry Riaz-ul-Haq, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Rao Muhammad Ajmal Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ahmad Raza Maneka, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Rana Iradat Sharif Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ch. Muhammad Ashraf, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Muhammad Khan Daha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ch. Iftikhar Nazir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Choudhary Faqir Ahmad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Sajid Mehdi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ihsan ul Haq Bajwa, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Noor Ul Hassan Tanvir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Sheikh Fayyaz Ud Din, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shakila Khalid Chaudhary, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Aysha Rajab Ali, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Marriyum Aurangzeb, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Aisha Ghaus Pasha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Zahra Wadood Fatemi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Kiran Imran, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Musarrat Asif Khawaja, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Zeb Jaffar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Samina Matloob, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shahnaz Saleem Malik, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Maiza Hameed, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Dr. Darshan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Kesoo Mal Kheeal Das, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Sajid Hussain Turi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Makhdoom Syed Mustafa Mehmood, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Makhdoom Syed Murtaza Mehmood, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mahar Irshad Ahmad Khan, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Raza Rabani Khar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Nawabzada Iftekhar Ahmed Khan Babar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ihsan Ur Rahman Mazari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Abid Hussain Bhaio, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Aftab Shahban Mirani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mir Aamir Ali Khan Magsi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Khalid Ahmed Khan Lund, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Sardar Muhammad Bux Khan Mahar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Nauman Islam Shaikh, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Pir Syed Fazal Ali Shah Jeelani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Javed Ali Shah Jillani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Abrar Ali Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Zulfiqar Ali Behan, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Asif Ali Zardari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Naveed Dero, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shazia Marri, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mir Munawar Ali Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Nawab Muhammad Yousuf Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Pir Ameer Ali shah Jeelani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Zulfiqar Bachani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Hussain Tariq, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Naveed Qamar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Ayaz Ali Shah Sheerazi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shamas-un-Nisa, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Sikandar Ali Rahoupoto, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Irfan Ali Laghari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Rafique Ahmed Jamali, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Qadir Khan Mandokhail, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Naz Baloch, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mrs. Mahreen Razaque Bhutto, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Dr. Shazia Sobia, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Nasiba Channa, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Hina Rabbani Khar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Ramesh Lal, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Naveed Aamir, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Afreen Khan, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Muhammad Anwar, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Asad Mehmood, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Muhammad Jamal Ud Din, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Abdul Shakoor, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Molana Abdul Wasay, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Kamal Uddin, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Salah Ud Din Ayubi, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Maulvi Asmatullah, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Syed Mehmood Shah, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 James Iqbal, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Agha Hassan Baloch, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Sardar Akhter Jan Mengal, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Shahnaz Naseer Baloch, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Amir Haider Khan, ANP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Zulfiqar Ahmad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Mukhtar Ahmad Bharath, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 3 Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, AMLP
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Islamabad Capital Territory Trust (Amendment) Ordinance, 2021 (No. XXVII of 2021) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 3rd March, 2022 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 15 41 3 Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, AMLP
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Islamabad Capital Territory Local Government Ordinance, 2021, (No. XXVIII of 2021) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 23rd March, 2022 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 15 41 3 Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Awan, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Pakistan Nursing Council (Emergency Management) Ordinance, 2021 (No. XXIX of 2021) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 2nd April, 2022 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 15 41 2 Ibadullah, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Muhammad Sajjad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Malik Sohail Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ch. Abid Raza, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ch. Armaghan Subhani, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ali Zahid, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syeda Nosheen Iftikhar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Rana Shamim Ahmed Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mehnaz Akber Aziz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ahsan Iqbal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Nisar Ahmad Cheema, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ch. Mahmood Bashir Virk, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Khurram Dastgir Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Usman Ibrahim, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Azhar Qayyum Nahra, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Nasir Iqbal Bosal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mohsin Shah Nawaz Ranjha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ch. Muhammad Hamid Hameed, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Javed Hassnain, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Qaisar Ahmad Sheikh, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ali Gohar Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Rana Sana Ullah Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ch. Khalid Javed Warraich, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Muhammad Junaid Anwaar Ch., PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Muhammad Barjees Tahir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Rana Tanveer Hussain, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mian Javed Latif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Sardar Muhammad Irfan Dogar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Muhammad Riaz Malik, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Waheed Alam Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ali Pervaiz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shaikh Rohale Asghar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Khawaja Saad Rafique, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shaista Pervaiz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Rana Mubashir lqbal, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Saad Waseem, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Rasheed Ahmad Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Rana Muhammad Ishaq Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ch. Nadeem Abbas Rebera, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Chaudhry Riaz-ul-Haq, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Rao Muhammad Ajmal Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ahmad Raza Maneka, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Rana Iradat Sharif Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Imran Ahmad Shah, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ch. Muhammad Ashraf, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Muhammad Khan Daha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ch. Iftikhar Nazir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Choudhary Faqir Ahmad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Sajid Mehdi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ihsan ul Haq Bajwa, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Noor Ul Hassan Tanvir, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Sheikh Fayyaz Ud Din, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Tahira Aurangzeb, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shakila Khalid Chaudhary, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Aysha Rajab Ali, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Marriyum Aurangzeb, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shaza Fatima Khawaja, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Aisha Ghaus Pasha, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Zahra Wadood Fatemi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Kiran Imran, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Romina Khurshid Alam, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Musarrat Asif Khawaja, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Zeb Jaffar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Samina Matloob, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shahnaz Saleem Malik, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Maiza Hameed, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Begum Tahira Bukhari, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Dr. Darshan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Kesoo Mal Kheeal Das, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Sajid Hussain Turi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Raja Pervez Ashraf, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Makhdoom Syed Mustafa Mehmood, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Makhdoom Syed Murtaza Mehmood, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mahar Irshad Ahmad Khan, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Raza Rabani Khar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Nawabzada Iftekhar Ahmed Khan Babar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ihsan Ur Rahman Mazari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Abid Hussain Bhaio, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Khurshed Ahmed Junejo, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Aftab Shahban Mirani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mir Aamir Ali Khan Magsi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Khalid Ahmed Khan Lund, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Sardar Muhammad Bux Khan Mahar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Nauman Islam Shaikh, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ms. Nafisa Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Pir Syed Fazal Ali Shah Jeelani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Javed Ali Shah Jillani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Abrar Ali Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Zulfiqar Ali Behan, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Asif Ali Zardari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Naveed Dero, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shazia Marri, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mir Munawar Ali Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Nawab Muhammad Yousuf Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Pir Ameer Ali shah Jeelani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mahesh Kumar Malani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Zulfiqar Bachani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Hussain Tariq, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Naveed Qamar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Ayaz Ali Shah Sheerazi, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shamas-un-Nisa, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Sikandar Ali Rahoupoto, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Irfan Ali Laghari, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Rafique Ahmed Jamali, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Rafiullah, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Abdul Qadir Patel, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Qadir Khan Mandokhail, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ms Shagufta Jumani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mrs. Musarat Rafique Mahesar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Naz Baloch, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mrs. Shahida Rehmani, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mrs. Mahreen Razaque Bhutto, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Dr. Shazia Sobia, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shamim Ara Panhwar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Nasiba Channa, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Hina Rabbani Khar, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Ramesh Lal, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Naveed Aamir, PPPP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Afreen Khan, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Muhammad Anwar, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Asad Mehmood, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Muhammad Jamal Ud Din, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Abdul Shakoor, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Molana Abdul Wasay, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Kamal Uddin, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Salah Ud Din Ayubi, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Maulvi Asmatullah, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Syed Mehmood Shah, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shahida Akhtar Ali, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mrs. Aliya Kamran, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 James Iqbal, MMA
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Agha Hassan Baloch, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Muhammad Hashim, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Sardar Akhter Jan Mengal, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Shahnaz Naseer Baloch, BNP-M
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Amir Haider Khan, ANP
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Zulfiqar Ahmad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Mukhtar Ahmad Bharath, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Admitted for Discussion
National 15 41 2 Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, AMLP
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Islamabad Capital Territory Trust (Amendment) Ordinance, 2021 (No. XXVII of 2021) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 3rd March, 2022 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 15 41 2 Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, AMLP
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Islamabad Capital Territory Local Government Ordinance, 2021, (No. XXVIII of 2021) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 23rd March, 2022 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 15 41 2 Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Awan, PTI
That the National Assembly resolves to extend the Pakistan Nursing Council (Emergency Management) Ordinance, 2021 (No. XXIX of 2021) for a further period of one hundred and twenty days w.e.f. 2nd April, 2022 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 15 41 1 Ibadullah, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 1 Muhammad Sajjad, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 1 Murtaza Javed Abbasi, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 1 Malik Sohail Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 1 Ch. Abid Raza, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 1 Ch. Armaghan Subhani, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 1 Khawaja Muhammad Asif, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 1 Ali Zahid, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 1 Syeda Nosheen Iftikhar, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 1 Rana Shamim Ahmed Khan, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan, has lost the confidence of the majority of the members of the National Assembly of Pakistan, therefore he should cease to hold office
Not Taken Up
National 15 41 1 Mehnaz Akber Aziz, PML-N
“This House is of the view that the Prime Minister of Pakist