ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan said on Friday it was the primary responsibility of elected representatives to uphold democratic standards and ensure the sanctity of parliament.
Speaking on the floor of the National Assembly, he criticized the attitude of the opposition parties shown in the House the other day and said that the president of the president of the AN must be given the respect due to him from. “Protesting is the right of opposition parties, but it should be done in a respectable way. »
He said that it was regrettable to throw papers on the chair of the president of the National Assembly, because the government was ready to listen to the protests of the opposition parties with an open heart.
Responding to a question from Shazia Marri, the Minister said that the fees announced by the Minister of Finance would be provided to employees who performed duties during the budget session.
The Minister said he had discussed with the Minister of Finance to include staff members of the Press Information Department (PID) and Radio Pakistan in the honorarium list.
Khawaja Muhammad Asif of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) said it was up to members of the House to ensure respect for the president.
He was of the opinion that the attitude of the Treasury bench was inappropriate, because it pushed bills through the House the other day.
Noor Alam Khan called on the government to ensure an end to electricity and gas load shedding in the city of Peshawar. He asked the government to safeguard the interests of ordinary people.
Pakistani MP for Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Amjad Ali Khan said the State Bank of Pakistan (Amendment) Bill 2022 was tabled in the House after consultation with all political parties. He said that during the committee meeting, the political parties gave their opinion on the bill.
He said it was the position of the PTI to give independence to state institutions.
He said the prime minister would appoint the members of the SBP board.
Faheem Khan of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQMP) has criticized the Pakistan People’s Party government in Sindh, pointing to the deterioration of law and order in the province.
He asked the federal government to hand over the security of Sindh province to the Rangers to improve law and order.