Information and Broadcasting Minister Shibli Faraz has stated the current government has not recruited anyone on Pakistani Television except top management to appoint national broadcasters.
He regretted that institutions such as PTV, PIA and Pakistan Steel Mills were destroyed by the previous government through political appointments. He told NA that 50 years of media payments for the PTI government for fifty percent had been removed. He told the house during question hours that the remaining fifty percent would be removed within a week because Prime Minister Imran Khan had given specific directions on the matter. He said the amount outstanding in the past two years was 1.15 billion rupees.
State Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan told the assembly that the Senate recently passed a constitutional amendment, increasing the seat of the Balochistan assembly. He said opposition parties must support the amendment when placed before the lower house for approval.
State Minister for Climate Change Zartaj Gul said the ten billion tree tsunami project was being carried out in all federation units. He said eighty-four thousand “Nigehbans” had been employed to protect newly planted tillers. He said an agreement had been signed with the ministry of communication for tree planting along the highway and highway.
Parliamentary Secretary for Federal Education and Professional Training Wajiha Akram said a uniform curriculum for the basic level was completed after consultation with stakeholders for implementation starting in March next year. He said this step aims to ensure quality education.
Parliamentary Secretary for Aviation Jamil Ahmad Khan expressed his conviction that the European Union would immediately lift the ban on PIA flight operations to their countries. He said efforts were being made to meet all of their safety standards. He said the current government must be respected for taking action against pilots holding dubious licenses.
The DPR passed a motion authorizing the speaker to appoint a Parliamentary Committee in consultation with the Senate Chairperson, making recommendations to the National Assembly and the Senate regarding legislative matters that were delayed before the two Buildings. The movement was moved by the Parliamentary Council of Parliamentary Affairs.
The Committee will consist of twenty-four members from the government and opposition parties who correspond to their representation in both Councils. Responding to points from PML-N Parliament Chair Khawaja Asif, Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari recalled that the PML-N government had accepted the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case. He said that PTI and PPP at that time were very opposed to this step. He said we must now implement the ICJ decision because it has provided an assessment in this case.
PPP Chair Bilawal Bhutto opposed the enactment of the Ordinance which allowed Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav to petition a review of his sentence and sentence. Then, the PPP Chair showed a lack of quorums. The DPR count was not found in the order and the seats temporarily delayed the DPR process. The DPR will meet again tomorrow at 11 a.m.