ISLAMABAD: A countrywide meeting standing committee on Friday rejected a proposed law looking for registration of a voter at a constituency apart from the one noted because the permanent or current deal with within the individual’s Computerised countrywide identity Card (CNIC).

Maulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali of the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) presented the bill at a meeting of the countrywide meeting standing Committee for Parliamentary Affairs.  but, participants of the panel, presided over with the aid of committee chairman Mujhahid Ali, rejected the invoice.

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disappointed, Chitrali protested towards the move and said all bills presented through opposition members were being shot down in the ‘Naya Pakistan’.  however, a ruling party member, Zille Huma, mentioned that a Pakistan Peoples celebration (PPP) member Shagufta Jumani additionally antagonistic the proposed regulation.

The status committee gave the nod to delimitation of constituencies within the former Federally Administered Tribal regions (Fata). Officials of the Election fee of Pakistan (ECP) and Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs additionally gave a briefing to the panel.

Non provision of tea and water

women lawmakers of the PPP strongly protested against suspension of the provision of tea and ingesting water to contributors of the standing committee. While Shagufta Jumani demanded an reason for the suspension, the chairman said the facility changed into discontinued below austerity measures.

another member, Shamsun Nisa, demanded that the committee individuals ought to at the least take delivery of drinking water. However, the committee chairman stated there was no want of water as the holy month of Ramazan turned into drawing close.

Jumani protested and said the suspension of tea and water was no longer like Ramazan however like Karbala where water supply was cut off with the aid of the rulers of that time. Later, she made the chairman supply warranty that he could provide tea and water to the individuals by procuring the items through his personal pocket.