Concern over the economic decline of the country was echoed in the Senate when a senator demanded the formation of a parliamentary committee to find out the reasons for the economic decline in the last 10 years.
Dawn newspaper report
House Addressing Irfan Siddiqui, he rebuked the political parties for being involved in blame-shifting and demanded self-accountability beyond the political divide.
Irfan Siddiqui further said that former dictator General Retired Pervez Musharraf suspended the constitution twice. But they didn't go to jail even for a single day.
He raised a question about the prices of Pervez Musharraf's neighborhoods and said that 'we politicians keep telling stories of each other's corruption but no one. Does not ask that Mish How many million dollars did Raf fill in his accounts?
Talking about the deteriorating economic situation, Irfan Siddiqui gave his opinion and said that the economic decline started in 2017 with former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
He added that 'at that time the GDP growth rate was good with the inflation rate around 3% and the rupee was stable but then Nawaz Sharif was ousted and through the 2018 elections, a system was implemented that led to disaster. Also referred to which he had introduced in the House, he claimed that 'this bill disappeared after it was passed by both houses of Parliament 7 months ago'.
He said that this is not an insult to me but an insult to this House and the entire Parliament. The bill tried to abolish the judicial powers of the district administration according to the constitution.
Senator On the insistence of Irfan Siddiqui, Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani directed the Secretary Senate to investigate the bill and submit a report.
Condemnation of the alleged remarks of Lieutenant General Asif Ghafoor
JUI(F) Senator Kamran Murtaza objected to the alleged remarks of Commander Southern Command Lt. Gen. Asif Ghafoor about the recent protest led by Haq Du Tehreek in Gwadar and said that the protest is not One is right, the demands of the local people are not unconstitutional or illegal. had warned during an event in Gwadar that whoever protests in Gwadar in future will be sent to jail.
Senator Kamran Murtaza said that he is one such Surprised by these remarks from the officer who is the head of the security setup in Balochistan. There is no right to talk and threaten people, we reject such behavior and threats. of the Senator Danish Kumar objected and expressed surprise that the House was debating on the basis of unverified social media reports.
He said that the party Senator Mushtaq Ahmed of Islami also expressed his reservations on this unconfirmed statement a day ago. Why is it being dragged when the institution has said that it wants to remain non-political.
Earlier Senator Naseebullah Bazai accused the people of Gwadar for personal interests on Maulana Hidayatur Rehman.
He said that Gwadar is of global importance and the head of Haq Du Tehreek is blackmailing the authorities in the name of protest.