The latest walkout was in continuation of a protest against a 10 per cent increase in GST on petroleum products.
Opposition parties held fourth walkout from the national assembly in a row.
Khursheed Shah had accused the govt of bypassing the house by unilaterally increasing the GST on petroleum products.
Khursheed Ahmed Shah accused Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s two-year-old government of showing disrespect to parliament.
'Two anti-militant operations carried out by the Afghan and foreign coalition forces near the Pakistani border.'
The govt assured provinces in the NA that they would get aid to fight terrorism “beyond their expectations”.
Govt extends for another 120 days the life of an ordinance imposing a gas cess on users other than domestic consumers.
ISLAMABAD: Amid protests and walkouts over other issues, the National Assembly got one on Thursday to condemn the...
Khursheed Shah demands that prime minister punish usually erring ministers with at least three days' suspension.
Mr Sattar blamed a “free hand” given to police for the alleged five custodial killings of MQM supporters in Karachi.
NA cut short its day after a flurry of protest walkouts by both government allies and opponents.
Voices raised in NA to bring on board some religious parties opposed to the new scheme of things on a religious point.
Pakhtun lawmakers make strong plea in the NA to respect the fabled Pakhtun honour code for the sake of peace.
PPP Senator Raza Rabbani says he ‘never felt so ashamed as today’
NA debate on 21st amendment to resume today.
ISLAMABAD: Although Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif arrived late by an hour, the National Assembly ignored controversy...
National Assembly was has been assigned to work overtime on Saturday (today).
ISLAMABAD: The PPP, the largest opposition party in parliament with a decisive position in the Senate, announced in...
Leader of Opposition Khursheed Ahmed Shah says that it was the government’s responsibility to begin a dialogue.
The govt’s consent to abolish general sales on agricultural inputs seem to have failed to satisfy landowning lawmakers.