Jerry Alagbaso to raise a point of order
was frustrated as a majority of the lawmakers loyal to the Speaker shouted him down.
The Speaker gave ruling when opposition leader Akram Khan Durrani spoke on a point of order
to which the Finance Minister replied.
Following which, a number of parliamentarians rose from their seats seeking the chair permission to speak on point of order
. This made the session noisy as members from both sides of isle were directly arguing with each other, forcing the speaker to suspend the House proceeding for 10 minutes.
The deputy speaker then gave the mic to Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) MNA Nafisa Shah to raise the point of order
Khushdil Khan of ANP, on a point of order
said that rules and regulations should be followed while making postings and transfers.
A novice in speaker's chair, Mian Shafi Muhammad aroused the ire of two lawmakers from the opposition yesterday by rejecting their appeals to speak on point of order
. Usually, it is speaker's decision to grant or refuse permission to a lawmaker to speak in the house.
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-- Evan's sit-down with Speaker Straus, recorded live on Nov.
Responding to the point of order
, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said the Foreign Office and the Pakistan Army had already issued detailed statements in this regard.
Earlier, responding to a point of order
with regard to the rights of religious minorities, Speaker Ayaz Sadiq told JUI-F's Asiya Nasir that the minorities are equal citizens of Pakistan.
MNA Surriya Asghar said while speaking on a point of order
that Indian forces immense shelling on working boundary is condemnable.
Recommends several new points of order: against providing appropriations to a program not already authorized in law, as well as doing so in excess of authorized amounts; a surgical point of order
against new duplication; and a point of order
against any piece of legislation that contains funding subject to more than three 302(b) allocations.
Labour's Christian Matheson (City of Chester), raising a further point of order
, asked: "Has there been any indication from the government frontbench if a minister will come to the House to apologise for that transgression?" Ms Laing reiterated the matter is under investigation.