Jun 3 (APP): Parliamentarians on Tuesday demanded thorough probe into the
debacle of Kargil issue and demanded the formation of a committee to look into
a point of order, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, MNA, told the Lower House of the Parliament
that former Corps Commander Rawalpindi Lt. Gen (Retd) Jamshed Gulzar Kiyani
disclosed in a television interview that Mian Nawaz Sharif was kept in dark
about Kargil debacle.
that the then Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif was not briefed about the Kargil
issue and the then army authorities were responsible for this debacle.
Sadiq demanded that a committee headed by a judge should be constituted to probe
into the issue that harmed the dignity of the nation.
Kiyani saying that the then Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif had nothing to do
with the Kargil tragedy.
Sadiq also demanded that committee should be formed to probe into the matter and
those responsible should be held accountable, adding that an adjournment motion
would also be moved in this regard.
On a ponit
of order Marvi Memon said the kerosene oil is being sold on the higher rates
than prescribed by the government. She said the prescribed rate of the kerosene
oil is Rs.41 while due to the shortage, it is being sold at Rs.68 in the local
Kazmi urged the government to maintain law and order situation and ensure the
safety of a common man.
Ghani, MNA, told the House that two of three power units in Sindh are still out
of order. He said if these are restored, the load shedding would remarkably be
reduced in Sindh province.
Ahmed Dasti commented on the slow pace of construction work of Chenab Bridge
where, he said a mammoth traffic blockade is witnessed.
that either the work should be completed soon or the contractor should be
removed and punished.
Ali Khan criticized the growing inflation of gas and power prices in Karachi and
added that the increase in prices should equally be implemented across the
Plawasha told the House that about 315 employees of Dandot Cement have been
expelled from their jobs without prior notice. She said the police are harassing
the sacked employees, adding that the matter should be resolved at earliest.
Tariq said the government should take effective steps to strengthen local
government system. She said the local government system had shown positive
effects in the execution of development projects and devolution of power.
Waseer, MNA, criticized the slow pace of construction work of a bridge in Syed
Pura. Due to this delay in the construction work, he said, the local population
is suffering a lot.
for Law, Justice and Human Rights Farooq H. Naek said that the amendment in
police rules is the subject of interior ministry, adding that the ministry can
proceed if the concerned province sends recommendation in this regard.
before the House, Fauzia Ijaz, MNA said the parliamentarians should focus on the
matters of public interest like increase in power, water and flour crisis.
Anwar Raja said that the existing local government system is unacceptable today
as it gave nothing to nation but corruption and embezzlement.
She said no
doubt, we support local government system but if it is implemented, it should be
brought forth with some necessary amendments.
Mohammed Umar told the House that the Balochistan provinces including Chaghi and
Naushki are deprived of power and gas supply respectively.
He said a
gas plant has been installed in Naushki but unfortunately, the people of the
city are deprived of this facility, and demanded that funds should be allocated
in the upcoming budget for these two projects.