NA membership of elements spreading chaos be canceled: Ali

F.P. Report

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan Friday said the National Assembly membership of the elements spreading chaos in the country should be canceled.

During question hour in the National Assembly, he said the persons who did not give respect to Pakistani flag had no right to live in the country.

H said all the political forces should avoid politics on that matter, adding that strict action should be taken against the elements who involved in sabotaging the peace in North Wazistan.

Al Muhammad said Pakistan had been hosting millions of Afghan refugees for the last 30 to 40 years and Afghanistan is our fraternal country but they should answer why a son of Pakistani land Tahir Dawar was martyred on their land.

To a question, he said no plants have been planted by Metropolitan Corporation and Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) in Prime Minister House and Punjab House under Green and Clean Pakistan campaign.

The minister said the Horticulture work of Prime Minister’s House and Punjab House, Islamabad is being looked after by Pak-PWD and Punjab House Staff respectively.

However, Director Horticulture Pak-PWD has reported that 70 Pine Plants have been planted at Prime Minister’s House under clean and green campaign whereas 30 Pine Plants have been planted at Punjab House by Horticulture Staff of Punjab House, he added.

There was no embezzlement  of Rs 1.7 billion as pointed out by the auditors in the annual audit of the Jammu and Kashmir Cooperative Housing Society which is regularly conducted each year, the minister said.

He said that however, it is stated that on the direction of the supreme Court forensic audit of the society for the period of 1st July 2011 to 30th June 2016 is being conducted which is near completion.

The report of the audit will be shared and if any embezzlement is pointed out, amount will be recovered and action will be initiated against the delinquents.

The House has now been prorogued.