*NA SPEAKER INVITED OPPOSITION BENCHES TO HAVE FLOOR OF THE HOUSE FOR UNLIMITED DAYS TO DELIBERATE UPON NATIONAL ISSUES
Islamabad: Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser remarked that the consensus of all political across is imperative especially on the floor of the house to steer the country out of socio-economic challenges. He said that issues like electoral reforms, judicial reforms, trade with India and economic woes must be deliberated in the National Assembly and the role of opposition on highlighting these challenges is of vital importance. He remarked that both opposition and government benches can develop consensus to introduce policy reforms in the best interest of the masses. He expressed these views while meeting with Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudary who called on him in Islamabad today.
Speaker Asad Qaiser also said that the country is facing multiple challenges issue and it needs in-depth deliberation especially on the floor of the National Assembly. He also invited the opposition benches to have full length discussion especially on national and International issues. He said that the role of opposition benches is inevitable in this regard. Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudary appreciated the unbiased role of Speaker in the Proceeding of the House. He said that consensus on National issues is imperative especially in the Parliament.
Meanwhile Speaker Asad Qaiser also invited the Opposition benches to have floor of the house for unlimited days to deliberate upon national Issues like Electoral Reforms, Judicial reforms, trade with India, and the issue of SBP during his address to District Swabi Bar Association. He also remarked that the resolution of the socio-economic issues faced by the country required Political consensus. He said that the welfare of the public depend upon initiatives taken by public representatives in the House. He said that the National Assembly is the only forum to bring reform and lead the country on the path of development. He said that access to justice is the basic right of every one and he emphasized on the Lawyers community to play their role for rule of law in the country.