The National Assembly passed three accounts in the shortest time - the closer to 10 minutes - with a main resolution passed unanimously to address maternal health as a fundamental human right, but not one word was spokenmemogate scandal of the house. The house also saw the return of legislators to be more bothered Balochistan Nasir Ali Shah, who was a sit-in at the last session of NA (session 35) against different target killing incidents including those of the Hazara community. He returned after the insurance of Yousuf Raza Gilani of the Prime Minister to examine the question of the assassination of its target community. "Proclamation to revoke (the sit-in) on the insurance of the Prime Minister today, but continue to speak out against injustice, when occurring in the future ... We will continue the positive criticism," he said, on a point of order, adding that lawmakers should work to solve the problems of the masses, since they were elected by their votes.Shah said that legislators should not be involved in the criticism unfounded and make their efforts to resolve genuine issues of people. The desk has been demonstrated that also affects the return home of Nasir Shah. Responding to a call attention notice regarding failure to pay a debt of accounts of electricity from 132 government departments, the Federal Minister for Water & Powertold the house that the absence of government departments on accounts electricity services has ranked defense to CDA. 132 said that this figure would be clarified in a few months. He assured the house that the number of missing government departments would be reduced, since the action was in progress. "We have pursued a policy of zero tolerance in the recovery of accounts of electricity," he said, adding that the government had strictly pursued this course of action to recover the amount missed. The house has been unable to get the debate on the shortage of fertilizer in the country in accordance with the motion moved by the Religious Affairs Minister Khursheed Shah, despite being on the agenda of the session, due to the absence of Ali Can, Chaudhry Nisar Head of the Opposition, as it was supposed to start the debate on the issue raised by him in the last sessions. Accepting a waiting call attention on the high price of flats to be built for employees of government in Islamabad under the housing projects of the PM, the Minister for Housing and Works Riaz Pirzada Hussan admitted that involving the degree 21 above and below this project was not right. "Discuss this matter with the Prime Minister ... settlement services provided time for the construction and completion of the project ... Being able to buy the government employees would also be kept in mind in the project," he said, adding that there was severe shortage of houses in Islamabad.He said there were five categories and facilities would also be included in the project. MNA Kishan Chand Parwani, on the point of order, said that the culprits behind the murder of people of Hindu community were still at large. "Despite the assurance, the culprits were not arrested ... Unless the government takes measures on it, who will discuss the issue"? MNA from the PML-Q engr Amir Muqam, on a point of order, cleared of the charges against the PPP and ANP decision to equip pre-poll and voting fraud in elections that are held for a provincial assembly seatKohistan on Thursday. "I filed a petition with the commissioner of the main election. I have concrete proof that the votes are bought by the father of Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa main, which is a joint candidate of ANP and PPP," he said. He said if voting fraud was not stopped, would move the court in this matter. Speaking on a point of order, Mehmood Hayat Tochi MNA was of the view that members of APTMA created obstacles in the purchase of cotton, since the farmers did not take the actual price. PPP MNA-un-Nisa Fakhura Khok, on a point of order, drew the attention of the house to the house of burning low in the federal capital. He said that more than a surgeon confronted the question of accommodation, which should be solved.
SOURCE: The Nation