Pakistan played key role in ending Israeli atrocities: NA informed
SNC aimed to ensure national harmony and cohesion to build one nation
ISLAMABAD-Taking floor on the motion, Leader of Opposition Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani in Senate said atrocities in Palestine and Kashmir cannot usurp the rights of their people.
He said talks are the only way forward for the core issues of the world. He urged the world to resolve the issues of Palestine and Kashmir as per the aspirations of their people.
Syed Yousuf Raza Gillani said attacks on innocent worshipers are against all norms of humanity and human laws.
Speaking on the occasion, Leader of the House Dr. Shahzad Waseem said Prime Minister Imran Khan took an effective stance on the issue of Palestine. He said Pakistan played a leading role in bringing a ceasefire from Israel.
The Leader of the House said Israel started its brutalities against innocent Palestinians when they were busy praying on the 27th of Ramazan.
Urging the world to help Palestinians after ceasefire, he said Pakistani educational institutions are open for the students of Palestine.
He said human rights organizations need to play their role and war crimes committed by Israel should be taken into the International Court of Justice.
Dr Shahzad Waseem said Palestine and Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir have been bleeding since decades. He said Israel and India both are using the same methods of illegal occupation, killing of innocent people and bringing demographic changes by settling Jews and Hindus respectively.
Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri in his remarks condemned the brutal use of force by Israel against the armless people of Palestine. He called for a joint action from Muslim Ummah to address this issue.
Ejaz Ahmad Chaudhary in his comments said Pakistan presented the case of Palestine worldwide.
He said a collective effort needs to be taken for the solution of the longstanding issue.
Taking the floor of the House, Sherry Rehman said blockade in Palestine has stopped the medical aid in the war torn area. He said Israel is committing war crimes but unfortunately the world is silent.
The National Assembly was informed today that the Single National Curriculum for Grade Pre-1 to V will be implemented throughout the country from August this year.
Responding to a question during Question Hour, Parliamentary Secretary for Federal Education and Profession Training Wajiha Akrm said all the federating units have been taken on board in preparing the SNC. She said in the second phase, the SNC for Grade 6 to 8 will be implemented from next academic year, while for Grade 9 to 12 be implemented from academic year 2023-24.
Wajiha Akrm said SNC is aimed at providing equal learning opportunities to all classes of people; besides, ensuring national harmony and cohesion to build one nation.
Responding to a calling attention, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs said that it has, in principle, been decided to grant Technical Allowance to the registered engineers, who are working in the Federal Government as admissible in the provinces. He said procedural formalities are being completed in this regard.