National Assembly split on development of 2 modern provinces

ISLAMABAD: TheNational Assembly was a split home on Tuesday when a structure amendment expenses planning development of South Punjab and Bahawalpur provinces was launched.

A heated debate developed soon after the expenses were launched by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz lawmaker Rana Sanaullah with several legislators not agreeing with the idea of 2 provinces, whereas others came out in full help of the expenses.

After Law Minister Barrister Farogh Nasim declared the government has no argument to the expenses, it was referred to the committee concerned by Deputy Speaker Qasim Khan Suri, who was presiding over the working on the absence of Speaker Asad Qaiser on an individual members’ day.
Tabling the expenses, Mr. Sanaullah declared the expenses would assist in ending a sense of deprivation prevailing among the consumers of South Punjab.

He declared the bill was being launched in line with the resolution that had previously been completed by the Punjab Construction. The firebrand PML-N head from Faisalabad hit out at the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf ( PTI ) for, what he called, utilizing the problem of modern South Punjab province for election purposes.

He declared they heard many about the development of a fresh province and saw creating of a relationship on the problem, but later it proved to be simply an election stunt.

Parliamentary head of the ruling party and lawmaker from Multan Malik Amir Dogar declared the PTI in principle held up the expenses but believed that only South Punjab province should be developed. He declared the PTI had promised to the people of South Punjab that it would work for the development of the modern province. As an initial action, he declared, the PTI government had decided to set up a civil secretariat for the modern province.

Opposing his party’s parliamentary leader, PTI MNA Farooq Azam Malik also spoke in favor of Bahawalpur province. He recalled just how the Nawab of Bahawalpur has publicized subscribing to Pakistan in 1947 when the Raja of Kashmir had publicized succession with India at the same time. He declared because of a single incorrect step of an individual, they had been still fighting for Kashmir.

The bill has offered an amendment to Article 175A of the Constitution to supply principal seats for the Supreme Court and high courts for these provinces.

The high court of Bahawalpur shall include its principal seat at Bahawalpur, and the high court of South Punjab shall have its principal seat at Multan, claims the draft of the expenses.

The National Assembly also noticed the development of 8 additional private members’ expenses.

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