ISLAMABAD: The PML-N on Monday, whereas attending a session of the Nationwide Meeting in Islamabad, registered a powerful protest towards two ordinances launched by the PTI-led authorities.
The Nationwide Meeting session was chaired by Speaker Asad Qaiser. Addressing the Home, PML-N chief Ahsan Iqbal mentioned that over the past two years, the Nationwide Electrical Energy Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has been “granted a license to extend the worth of electrical energy by Rs7 per unit.”
“If any modifications associated to tax are launched, it ought to be added to the cash invoice and might be determined within the Home,” mentioned Ahsan Iqbal.
He mentioned that for the reason that authorities applied the cash invoice by means of an ordinance, it ought to be withdrawn.
In response, Federal Minister Hammad Azhar mentioned that the federal government had not accomplished something “unconstitutional”.
“When these individuals [the PML-N government] had been issuing Statutory Regulatory Order (SROs) each month, the place was the interpretation of the structure then?” Hammad Azhar questioned.
Adviser to the Prime Minister Babar Awan mentioned that the ordinances are reliable and in accordance with the structure.
Later, Babar Awan tried to current an ordinance within the Home on which Agha Rafiullah of the PPP identified the quorum.
The members of the Home had been counted however the quorum was not met, thus, the Nationwide Meeting session was adjourned.