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Senate passes journalist safety, NAB payments amid opposition’s protest

Senate passes journalist protection, NAB bills
The federal government managed to have a number of payments handed within the Higher Home of the Parliament, the Senate, Friday regardless of protests from the Opposition lawmakers.

The Safety of Journalists and Media Professionals invoice was launched by Federal Minister for Info Dr Shireen Mazari. The invoice was handed after 35 votes got in favour of the invoice whereas 29 voted in opposition to it.

An impartial group led by Senator Dilawar Khan additionally supported the federal government in its bid to have the invoice handed.

The Opposition protested in opposition to the federal government’s transfer to incorporate the invoice as an extra merchandise in at this time’s agenda, as Opposition lawmakers shouted “Rubber Stamp Parliament unacceptable”.

Federal Minister for Human Rights Dr Shireen Mazari mentioned that it had taken the ministry one 12 months to formulate the invoice.

The Higher Home additionally authorized the NAB Modification invoice, which was offered by Federal Minister for Regulation Dr Farogh Naseem. “This invoice shouldn’t be being handed for a single particular person, fairly, it’s for everybody throughout the board,” he mentioned.

Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Dr Ali Mohammad Khan, offered the Increased Training Fee (HEC) Modification invoice which was additionally authorized by the Senate.

Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani was compelled to adjourn the session after Opposition lawmakers, incensed on the payments being authorized, surrounded the Speaker’s dias and tore copies of the day’s agenda.