ISLAMABAD: The Punjab Assembly adopted four resolutions during its 14th sitting of the 11th session on Tuesday, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) in its daily factsheet.
The resolutions demand ramps for disabled persons at public places; registration of mobile phone repairing services and mandating phone sellers to provide an original invoice along with a copy of CNIC to customers; giving high school status to a middle school in Ganj Shakar Special Education Centre in Okara and audit of NGOs working for women’s welfare.
Twenty-nine (8%) lawmakers were present at the outset and 47 (13%) at the adjournment of the sitting. The quorum was visibly lacking during the entire sitting. However, it was not pointed out by any of the lawmakers. The Leader of the House and the Opposition Leader were absent. Among parliamentary leaders, only the JI and PPPP leaders attended the sitting.
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