ISLAMABAD:The Senate today passed a resolution recommending the government to prepare a National Safety Plan and National Transport Policy for National Highways and Motorways in the country.
The House also passed a unanimous resolution moved by Chaudhary Tanvir Khan recommending the government to take effective steps to control the increasing number of child beggars in Islamabad and make arrangements for their proper education.
Winding up discussion on the resolution, Minister of State for Interior Muhammad Balighur Rehman informed the House that after coming into power in 2013 the government took special steps to end the menace of beggary.
The House adopted another resolution moved by Syed Tahir Hussain Mashhadi recommended the government to take immediate steps to provide quality services to patients in all Federal Government hospitals.
Two bills were introduced in the Senate.
These include “The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2016” and “The Premarital Blood Screening (Family Laws Amendment) Bill, 2016”.
Minister of State for Interior Balighur Rehman told the House that the crime rate has reduced significantly due to police reforms by the present government.
He was speaking on a motion moved by Chaudhary Tanvir Khan regarding the need for provision of adequate salary, fringe benefits and other facilities to the Islamabad Police personnel.
The Minister of State said that the protocol duty has been reduced to minimum and the police personnel are mainly deployed to maintain law and order situation.
The House will now meet tomorrow at three in the afternoon. -RadioPakistan