September, 22, 2023
Parliament, and politics have created a great void

Parliament, and politics have created a great void

The Law Minister presented a motion for supplementary demand for the Punjab election, but the House rejected it, nobody can use the power of the parliament: Azam Tarar

Funds will be released if Parliament approves: Ayesha Ghos, the right to budget and legislation is being taken away, then we can also send the Parliament to jail: Naveed Qamar.

Islamabad (Waqas Ahmed, Khalid Mahmood, Agencies) The National Assembly has rejected the supplementary demand regarding the payment of 21 billion rupees from the Federal Consolidated Fund to the Election Commission for the elections in Punjab. Chairman of the Standing Committee on Finance Qaiser Ahmad Sheikh presented the report of the committee in this regard in the House. Law Minister Azam Nazir Tarar told the House that the Supreme Court has ordered the payment of 21 billion rupees from the Federal Consolidated Fund to the State Bank for the election in Punjab, although this authority belongs only to the Parliament, so the Standing Committee has The matter was entrusted to the Federal Cabinet and the Federal Cabinet has placed the matter before the Parliament. No other institution can use the authority of Parliament. He said that this House has already made it clear through resolutions that holding elections in the country on a single day is in the interest of democracy, to satisfy the ego of a single person. Repeated elections will not be in the interest of the country. The Law Minister presented a supplementary demand fund motion of 21 billion rupees in the National Assembly, which was rejected by the House by a majority vote. PTI and GDA members supported the movement. Earlier, the assembly meeting was adjourned after the condolence reference and prayers for forgiveness for the Minister of Religious Affairs Mufti Abdul Shakoor. Later, a new session was called and the supplementary agenda was taken into consideration, after which the Speaker adjourned the meeting of the National Assembly till 12 noon on Tuesday. Earlier, the Federal Cabinet provided money to the Election Commission regarding the elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and referred the summary to the National Assembly. The summary has been prepared in light of the recommendations of the Standing Committee on Finance and Revenue. In the cabinet meeting presided over by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Mufti Abdul Shakoor passed away in a car accident. Shahbaz Sharif said Mufti Sahib was a learned scholar, a practicing Muslim. The diligence, hard work, dedication, and diligence with which he performed the Hajj operations are worthy of praise. With his death, not only his family but also the cabinet, parliament, and politics have created a great void. In the meeting, Federal Minister Sherry Rehman was congratulated and honored for being included in the list of 100 most influential leaders of the world for speaking out on climate change in Time magazine. Earlier, the Standing Committee on Finance of the National Assembly again sent the issue of the Supreme Court’s order to the State Bank to release funds of 21 billion rupees for the Punjab election to the Cabinet and the National Assembly. The committee meeting was chaired by Chairman Qaiser Ahmed Sheikh.

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