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Balochistan PA condemns Indian atrocities in Kashmir 

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Published: January 10, 2017 08:09 pm


ISLAMABAD: The Provincial Assembly of Balochistan on Tuesday unanimously adopted a joint resolution to condemning Indian atrocities in the Occupied Kashmir and violations along Line of Control.

The resolution was tabled by the Provincial Minister for Revenue Shikh Jaffar Khan Mandokhail during third sitting of ongoing 36th session of the assembly. The resolution urged the Federal Government to take up the matter of violations by Indian forces with International Community to make India obey International Laws. Two lawmakers spoke on it for six minutes.

Meanwhile, the House also adopted another resolution demanding the Federal Government to take effective measures against gas load-shedding as well as low tariff rates for gas consumers of the province. The resolution was tabled by a lawmaker belonging to PkMAP, Nasrullah Khan Zairray. Six lawmakers debated the subject of resolution, consuming 57 minutes of the proceedings.

In addition, lawmakers also called for up-gradation of facilities at Zhob Airport and urged the government to include its expansion plan in CPEC through a joint resolution which was tabled by the Provincial Minister for Revenue, Shikh Jaffar Khan Mandokhail. As many as three lawmakers expressed their views on it, consuming 12 minutes of the proceedings.

The Chief Minister presented an audit report of the Auditor General of Pakistan for year 2015-16 on account of Public Sector Enterprise of Balochistan government in the House. The House also offered prayers for the victims of Gadani Shipbreaking Yard incident.

Question Hour was deferred due to absence of the mover while lawmakers spoke on seven Points of Order consuming 21 minutes of the proceedings. The Speaker adjourned the House to meet again on January 13, 2016 (Friday).

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