Islamabad (November 16, 2018): Senate Session will take place at 10:30 am today at the Parliament House in Islamabad to discuss legislation and national and International affairs .
As per details, Chairman Senate Sajid Sanjrani will head the session as it is expected that the session will have discussion over legislation and national and International affairs.
Earlier yesterday (November 15), Senate unanimously passed a resolution seeking serious steps from the government to get Dr Aafia Siddiqui, released from the US prison.
According to details, the resolution was tabled by JUI-F Senator Talha Mahmood. The resolution stated that the Upper House of the Parliament express concern over the imprisonment of the Pakistani neuroscientist.It further stated that the House strongly condemns Siddiqui’s continued detention.
The resolution further demanded the government should take measures to ensure release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui from the US prison.
Moreover, In yesterday’s (November 15) senate session, the opposition walked out over the address of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Leader and Information Minister Fawad Choudhary.
The members of the opposition walked out the Senate session over Fawad Choudary’s address and demanded an apology from the Minister.
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Chairman Senate Sajid Sanjrani expressed severe annoyance over Info Minister Fawad and banned him in the Senate until the minister apologizes for his words.
Chairman Senate got very crossed and said that Fawad Choudhary must correct his attitude in the Senate from onwards. Moreover, Senator Moula Baksh Chandio labelled Fawad Choudhary as a ‘thug’ and alleged him for disrupting the peaceful atmosphere of Senate sessions every now and then.Hasil Bizenjo also had his say on the event, he said that Chairman Senate Sajid Sanjrani’s decision of banning Fawad Choudhary until he submits an apology will guide Senate in the correct direction.
Senator Sherry Rehman also lauded the Senate Chairman’s decision and labelled his ruling as historic and significant.