ISLAMABAD, March 30: The sixth sitting of Balochistan Assembly’s 31st session, starting 25 minutes behind schedule, met for an hour and 10 minutes on Friday. The sitting witnessed low attendance as 15 Members were present at the start and only nine were there when it was adjourned. Despite low attendance, the House passed the Gwadar…Details
Nine Bills Left Unaddressed ISLAMABAD, March 29, 2012: Starting an hour and 50 minutes behind schedule, the first sitting of 36th session of the Punjab Assembly lasted two hours and 25 minutes. It witnessed low attendance of Members with only 25 present at the outset and 84 when the sitting was adjourned. Apart from the…Details
ISLAMABAD, March 29: The number of First Information Reports (FIRs) filed for counterfeiting currency continued to increase with 44 per district being filed in January 2012 as compared to 37 registered in December and 28 in November 2011, says a Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) report released Thursday.Details
ISLAMABAD, March 28, 2012: Starting 63 minutes behind schedule, the Joint Sitting of the Parliament met for two hours and 16 minutes on Wednesday. Out of the 246 legislators attending the sitting, only four legislators – two each of the Senate and National Assembly – spoke on the report of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security for 47 minutes (35% of sitting time).Details
ISLAMABAD, March 27: The fifth sitting of Balochistan Assembly’s 31st session, starting 75 minutes behind schedule, met for an hour and 16 minutes on Tuesday.
The House adopted a Resolution calling the provincial government to restore the sacked employeesDetails
ISLAMABAD, March 27, 2012: Starting an hour and 50 minutes behind schedule, the Joint Sitting of the Parliament met for three hour and 12 minutes as it witnessed two walkouts and passed a bill on Tuesday. The legislators of ANP and MQM respectively walked out of the House over delay in starting the sitting and the law and order Karachi.Details
ISLAMABAD, March 26, 2012: Starting two hours and 20 minutes behind schedule, the Joint Sitting of the Parliament met for three hour and five minutes. Twenty-six Points of Order consumed 81% of the sitting time. However, none of the Points of Order raised attracted the Chair’s formal ruling.Details
ISLAMABAD, March 24: The fourth sitting of Balochistan Assembly’s 31st session, starting 55 minutes behind schedule, met for an hour and 17 minutes on Saturday. The sitting witnessed low attendance as 20 Members were present at the outset and 15 when it was adjourned. Eleven Points of Order consumed 60 minutes of the sitting time.…Details
ISLAMABAD, March 23, 2012: In the first three sittings of its 31st session, the Balochistan Assembly has passed a bill and adopted two resolutions.
The session which started on March 17 passed the Balochistan Zakat and Ushr Bill 2012Details