NO.S.LEGIS:14(1)/2012     Karachi, dated the 19th March, 2013.

 

As advised by the Chief Minister and in excercise of the powers conferred upon me under clause (1) of Article 112 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973, and other provisions enabling me in this behalf, I, Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan, Governor of Sindh, hereby dissolve the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on Tuesday the 19th day of March, 2013.

 

Karachi,                                                        DR. ISHRAT-UL-EBAD KHAN

Dated the 19th March, 2013                         GOVERNOR OF SINDH

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Session First Session — Summary of Proceedings

5th April 2008

Dr. Ishratul Ibad Governor Sindh

 

1st Session of Provincial Assembly of Sindh, for the Oath ceremony of newly elected members for Provincial Assembly of Sindh was commenced on 05th April 2008.

               158 MPA's  were administered oath on the first day of first Session by the outgoing Speaker Syed Muzaffar Hussain Shah.
               The following Members took Oath:
S.No         Name of MPA
1.    Abdul Haque alias Dost Muhammad, Mr.
2. 
Abdul Haseeb, Mr.
3. Abdul Jaleel Memon, Mr.
4. Abdul Karim Soomro, Mr.
5.
Abdul Moid Siddiqui, Mr.
6.
Abdul Raheem Khan Khoso, Mr.
7.
Abdul Razzak Rahimoon, Mr.
8.
Abdul Salam Thaheem, Mr.
9.
Abdul Sattar Rajper, Dr.
10.
Abdul Sattar, Rana
11.
Ahmed Ali Khan Jalbani, Mr.
12.
Ahmed Ali Khan Pitafi, Sardar
13.
Ahmad Ali Shah, Doctor
14.
Ahmed Raza Shah Jeelani, Pir Syed
15.
Ali Ghulam, Mr.
16.
Qaim Ali Shah Jilani, Syed
17.
Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Mr.
18.
Ali Mardan Shah, Syed
19.
Ali Nawaz Shah , Syed
20.
Amjad Hussain Shah Jeelani, Pir
21.
Anwar Ahmad Khan Mahar, Mr.
22.
Anwar Alam, Mr.
23.
Arif Mustafa Jatoi, Mr.
24.
Askari Taqvi, Mr.
25.
Aziz Ahmed Jatoi, Mr.
26.
Bashir Ahmed Khan  Leghari, Mr.
27.
Daya Ram, Dr.
28.
Faheem Ahmed, Mr.
29.
Faisal Ali Sabzwari, Syed
30.
Faseeh Ahmed Shah, Syed
31.
Fayaz Ali Butt, Mr.
32.
Fida Hussain Dero, Mr.
33.
Ghalib Hussain Khan Domki, Mir
34.
Ghulam Abid Khan Sundrani, Sardar Mir
35.
Ghulam Mujadid Isran, Mr
36.
Ghulam Muhammad Shahliani, Mr.
37.
Ghulam Qadir Chandio, Mr.
38.
Ghulam Sarwar Khan Siyal, Mr.
39.
Ghulam Shah, Syed
40.
Ikramullah Khan Dharejo, Jam
41.
Imamuddin Shahzad, Mr.
42.
Imdad Ali , Mr.
43.
Imran Zafar Leghari, Mr.
44.
Izhar-ul-Hassan, Khawaja
45.
Jam Tamachi Unar, Sardar
46.
Jameel-uz-Zaman, Makhdoom
47.
Javed Hussain Shah, Syed
48.
Khalid Ahmed, Syed
49.
Khalid Bin Vilayat Advocate, Mr.
50.
Madad Ali Khan, Jam
51.
Manzar Imam, Syed
52.
Manzoor Hussain Wassan, Mr.
53.
Masroor Ahmed Khan Jatoi, Mr.
54.
Mazahir Ameer Khan, Mr.
55.
Mazhar-ul-Haq, Pir
56.
Mehboob Ali, Mir
57.
Mehboob Ali Khan Bijarani, Mr.
58.
Mehtab Hussain Dahar, Jam
59.
Mohsin Shah Bukhari, Syed
60.
Moqueem Alam, Mr.
61.
Muhammad Abdul Rauf Siddiqui, Mr.
62.
Muhammad Adil Khan, Mr.
63.
Muhammad Ali Shah, Syed, Doctor
64.
Muhammad Adil Saddiqui , Mr.
65.
Muhammad Afzal alias Khalid Umer, Shaikh
66.
Muhammad Akram, Mr.
67.
Muhammad Alim-ur-Rehman, Mr.
68.
Muhammad Ayaz Soomro, Mr.
69.
Muhammad Hanif Sheikh, Mr.
70.
Muhammad Hassan Khan  Talpur, Mir
71.
Muhammad Hayat Khan Talpur, Mir, Haji.
72.
Muhammad Moin Aamir Pirzada, Mr.
73.
Muhammad Moin Khan , Mr.
74.
Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi, Mr.
75.
Muhammad Nawaz Chandio, Mr.
76.
Muhammad Rafiq Advocate, Mr.
77.
Muhammad Rafique Banbhan, Mr.
78.
Muhammad Raza Haroon, Mr.
79.
Muhammad Sajid Jokhio, Mr.
80.
Muhammad Saleem Hingoro, Mr.
81.
Muhammad Shaharyar Khan Mahar,Mr.
82.
Muhammad Shoaib , Mr.
83.
Muhammad Tahir Qureshi, Mr.
84.
Muhammad Taimur Talpur, Mr.
85.
Muhammad Usman Jalbani, Haji
86.
Munawar Ali Abbasi, Haji
87.
Murad Ali Shah , Mr.
88.
Muzaffar Ali Shujra, Haji
89.
Nadeem Maqbool, Dr.
90.
Nadir Ali Khan Magsi, Nawabzada Mir
91.
Naeem Ahmed Kharal, Mr.
92.
Najamuddin Abro, Mr.
93.
Nasrullah Baloch, Dr.
94.
Ali Murad Rajar, Mr.
95.
Nisar Ahmed Panhwar , Mr.
96.
Nishat Muhammad Zia Qadri, Mr.
97.
Ali Nawaz Shah Rizvi, Syed
98.
Rahim Bux Khan, Mr.
99.
Raza Haider, Syed
100.
Rehan Zafar, Mr.
101.
Sagheer Ahmed, Dr.
102.
Saifullah Khan Dharejo, Jam
103.
Sardar Ahmed, Syed
104.
Shah Hussain Shah Sheerazi, Syed.
105.
Shoaib Ahmed Bukhari Advocate, Syed
106.
Sikandar Ali Mandhro, Dr.
107.
Sikandar Ali Shoro, Dr.
108.
Shamsuddin, Qazi
109.
Siraj Khan Durrani, Agha
110.
Suhail Yousuf Khan , Mr.
111.
Taimoor Khan , Agha
112.
Tariq Masood Arain , Mr.
113.
Wasim Ahmed, Mr.
114.
Wasim Hussain, Syed
115.
Zahid Ali Bhurgari, Mr.
116.
Zubair Ahmed Khan , Mr.
117.
Zulifqar Ali, Arbab
118.
Zulfiqar Ali Mirza, Dr.
119.
Sassui Palijo, Mrs.
120.
Aisha Khoso, Mrs.
121.
Shamim Ara Panhwar, Mrs.
122.
Shazia Mari, Ms.
123.
Firdous Hameed alias Farheen Mughal, Mrs.
124.
Najma Saeed Chawla, Mrs.
125.
Humera Alwani, Mrs.
126.
Farzana Hanif, Mrs.
127.
Ruqia Khanum Soomro, Mrs.
128.
Shama Arif Mithani, Mrs.
129.
Rainaz Bozdar, Mrs.
130.
Kulsoom Akhtar Chandio, Mrs.
131.
Shehla Raza, Syeda
132.
Nargis N. D. Khan, Mrs.
133.
Rukhsana Parveen alias Rukhsana Shah, Mrs.
134.
Tauqeer Fatima Bhutto, Mrs.
135.
Rashida Akhtar Panhwar, Mrs.
136.
Bilqees Mukhtar, Ms.
137.
Nadia Gabol, Ms.
138.
Zareen Majeed, Mrs.
139.
Husna Aftab, Ms.
140.
Mussarat Bano Warsi, Mrs.
141.
Naheed Begum, Mrs.
142.
Saba Syed,Dr.
143.
Shahnaz Ms.
144.
Sajeela Leghari, Dr.
145.
Marvi Rashdi, Syeda
146.
Nusrat Bano Sehar Abbasi, Mrs.
147.
Mohan Mal, Mr.
148.
Pitanbar Sewani, Mr.
149.
Lal Chand Mr.
150.
Mukhesh Kumar Mr.
151.
Salim Khursheed Khokhar Mr.
152.
Hargun Das Ahoja Mr.
153.
Stephen Asif Peter Mr.
154.
Partab Singh Dr.
155.
Akhtar Hussain Jadoon, Mr.
156.
Ameer Nawab, Mr.
157.
Amanullah Khan Masood, Mr.
158.
Nadeem Ahmed Bhutto, Mr.

After the oath-taking ceremony, all PPP lawmakers were greeted with slogans of “Jiye Bhutto” and thumping of desks when they approached the rostrum to sign the roll.

The Assembly adopted the resolutions after the Speaker Syed Muzaffar Hussain Shah relaxed rules under Rule 211 amidst cheers and ear-splitting slogans of “Zinda Hai Bhutto Zinda Hai” and “Ab Raj Karegi Benazir” by PPP activists and supporters.

At the outset, the house offered fateha for Ms Benazir Bhutto.

After the oath-taking ceremony, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, who was sitting on the seat reserved for the Leader of the House, sought permission to move a resolution after the relaxation of rules.

The first resolution read: “This Assembly resolves and recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to term the death of ‘Quaid-i-Awam Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, a ‘judicial murder’ and tender an apology to the nation for the loss of this great leader.”

The second resolution said: “This August House recommends to the Government of Sindh to approach the Federal Government to get the tragic assassination of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto probed through the United Nations to unearth her actual assassins.”

The third resolution, moved by Tarique Masood Arain, read: “This Assembly offers to the great international leader Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, and in recognition of her services and sacrifices for the nation, recommends to the Government of Sindh to rename district Nawabshah as District Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto.”

The resolutions were moved separately by Syed Qaim Al Shah, Pir Mazhar-ul-Haq and Nisar Ahmad Khuhro. The Speaker, after merging the three resolutions, put them to vote. The assembly adopted all three resolutions unanimously.

Syed Muzaffar Hussain Shah adjourned the house to meet on Monday i.e. 7th April 2008 at 9.30 a.m.

Pakistan People’s Party candidates Nisar Ahmad Khuhro and Shehla Raza were elected unopposed as Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the Sindh Assembly on Sunday. No other candidate had filed nomination papers for the posts.

Outgoing Speaker Syed Muzaffar Hussain Shah scrutinised the candidates’ papers and declared them valid.

For the office of Speaker, four nomination papers were filed proposed by Haji Muawwar Ali Abbasi, Shama Mithani, Murad Ali Shah and Ayaz Soomro and seconded by Ahmad Ali Shah, Mukesh Kumar, Dr Sikander Mandhro and Muzaffar Ali Shujra.

Two nominations were filed for the post of Deputy Speaker proposed by Shazia Marri and Fayyaz Butt and seconded by Salim Khurshid Khokhar and Dr Nasrullah Baloch.

Syed Muzaffar Shah officially announced on 7 April 2008, Monday that Mr. Nisar Ahmed Khuhro and Mrs. Shehla Raza, elected as Speaker and Deputy Speaker (Un-opposed).

Before administering the oath to the Speaker-elect, Syed Muzaffar Shah emphasised the need for inculcating the spirit of tolerance for democracy to succeed. “We are at the crossroads of history and nothing will be better than an approach of reconciliation for democracy.”

Syed Muzaffar Hussain Shah administered the oath to Mr Khuhro, who then swore in Deputy Speaker Shahla Raza.

Several Mmembers greeted the Speaker and Deputy Speaker on their unopposed election and assured them of their cooperation. They urged them to protect the minority in the House.


The assembly will meet again at 5.30 p.m. for ascertainment of the leader of house.