List of Business
PROVINCIAL ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT
AGENDA FOR THE DAY
House sets at 9.30 Am on June the 19th, 2008
1 Recitation of the Holy Quran
2 Leave application of members (if any)
3 Announcement by the Speaker if(any)
4 General Discussion on the Budget for the year 2008-2009
General Discussion on the Budget for the year 2008-2009
Summary of Proceedings
SUMMARY OF THE PROCEEDINGS
Saturday, June 19, 2008.
Mr. Kiramatullah Khan, Speaker assumed the Chair and proceedings commenced with the recitation from the Holy Quran exactly at 10.44 a.m.
Mr. Anwar Saifullah Khan was granted leave for 19th June, 2008 by the House.
DISCUSSION ON ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE YEAR 2008-09
The annual budget for the year 2008-09 was presented the NWFP Assembly on 16th June, 2008. After two days break as provided in the Rules, discussion on the annual budget was started. As per parliamentary tradition, on the invitation of Chair, discussion was initiated by Mr. Muhammad Akram Khan Durrani, Leader of the Opposition. Thereafter, the following Members took part in the discussion
1. Mr. Saqibullah Khan Chamkani.
2. Mrs.Saeeda Batol
3. Mrs.Yasmin Nazli Jaseem.
4. Mr.Ghulam Muhammad.
5. Sardar Aurangzeb Nalot
Sitting was adjourned at 2.30 p.m. and it was resumed at 4.45 p.m. under the Chairmanship of Mr. Speaker, Kiramatullah Khan. The following members participated in general discussion on budget during second sitting.
1. Prince Javed.
2. Mr. Mahmood Alam Khan.
3. Dr. Faiza Rasheed.
4. Mufti Said Janan.
5. Mr. Waqar Ahmad Khan.
6. Mr. Shamsher Ali Khan.
7. Mr. Jaffar Shah.
8. Mr. Saleem Khan.
9. Mr. Muhammad Ali Khan.
In view of suspension of rules, Pir Muhammad Sabir Shah, Mr. Skindar Hayat Khan Sherpao, Mr. Qalandar Khan Lodhi, Mr. Akram Khan Durrani, Zahir Ali Shah, Mian Iftikhar Hussain, moved a resolution condemning the airstrike in Mohmand Agency by the American Forces killing several Pakistani soldiers and civilians. In their resolutions, they also lashed out at the provocative statements of Afghan President. The resolution was adopted unanimously.