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Senate passes three private members’ bills, submits eight bills to committees – Pakistan


Senate passes three private members’ bills, submits eight bills to committees

October 03, 2022


ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Senate on It’s been three on Monday private members’ bills and sent eight others to the appropriate committees for further consideration.
Faisal Javed of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf relocated the National Commission on rights of Children (Amendment) Act 2022 passed by the House of Representatives.

Similarly, Salim Mandwiwala of the Pakistan People’s Party presented the Pakistan Institute. of The Health Sciences Bill (PIMS) 2022, which was also passed by the House of Representatives.

However, the House of Representatives passed another bill, the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council Act 2022, amid protests from opposition lawmakers. They argued that the bill, sponsored by Salim Mandviwalla and independent senator Kauda Babar, had not been discussed by the relevant standing committee. Later the opposition went out of house against its passage.

Minister for National Health Services, Rules and Coordination Abdul Kadir Patel said the bill has been carefully discussed in committee meeting. Every amendment proposed by the opposition also he is considered to be added.

Eight bills, including the Right to Free and Compulsory Education (Amendment) Bill 2022; Tosha Khan (Governance and Regulation) Bill 2022; Islamabad Capital Territory Local Government (Amendment) Act 2022; Bill (Amendment) to the Constitution, 2022](Amendment of articles 215, 218 and 228); and identical accounts, namely transgender persons (protection of law) (amendment) bill 2022 and the person of the hunsa (protection of rights) bill, 2022

The chairman postponed two private member bills including the Pakistan Environmental Protection (Amendment) Act 2022 and the Constitution (Amendment) Act 2022 (Amendment) of article 62), which is likely to be considered likely on next private participants day on 10 October.

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