National Assembly to debate finance bill as session begins today

The National Assembly is set to take up the money bill in its session, booked to begin today at 4pm, with resistance wanting to give an extreme time to the legislature on various key issues — including situation of the name of Opposition Leader Shahbaz Sharif on the restricted travel backlog, India-Pakistan relations in the wake of Pulwama assault and the ongoing visit of the Saudi crown ruler.

Sharif’s name was put on the movement boycott for purportedly having resources past his announced wellsprings of salary, educated sources told Dawn on Tuesday. They said a synopsis had likewise been moved for the arrangement of his name on the Exit Control List after the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) composed a letter to the inside service, looking for position of Sharif’s name on the ECL.

Conversing with correspondents in the wake of going to a gathering of the standing board on Tuesday, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Mohammad Khan said the legislature had an arrangement to get the second money charge, which had been introduced by Finance Minister Asad Umar a month ago, gone by the house amid its up and coming session.

The priest said that the individuals would be given chance to hold a discussion on the money bill before putting it for a vote.

The legislature had displayed the bill on Jan 23 and after that the speaker had prorogued the session with no discussion on it.

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