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Committee formed to deliberate on ‘administrative, constitutional reforms’ in Gilgit-Baltistan

New building of the Gilgit-Baltistan Assembly. Photo: Zafar Barcha


GILGIT: The Gilgit-Baltistan government has formed a seven-member parliamentary committee to make deliberations on constitutional and administrative reforms in Gilgit-Baltistan.

Chief minister Khalid Khurshid Khan will head the committee.
Other members include opposition leader Amjad Hussain Advocate (PPP), Ghulam Muhammad (PML-N), Muhammad Kazim Masem ( MWM), Haji Rehmat Khaliq (JUI-F), Col (r) Abbaidullah Baig (PTI), and Raja Azam Khan (PTI).

1 thought on “Committee formed to deliberate on ‘administrative, constitutional reforms’ in Gilgit-Baltistan

  1. Appreciate this development. I hope the proposal processed through the CITIZEN’s portal is included.
    ODE: GB281120-87634216 Dated Nov 28, 2020; Proposal for PRIORITY LEGISLATION; GB Assembly to attempt Legislation on DISTRICT & VILLAGE GOVERNMENTS and CUSTOMARY LAWS to protect NATURAL RESOURCES from exploitation of sharks from outside the region. Repeal of GOP order 2018 which has paved the way for this exploitation. Initiated by SYSTEM and referred to Chief Seretary Gilgit Baltistan.

    Dear Chief Minister GB and Speaker Legislative Assembly
    Please have a look on how your administration is dealing with such a serious proposal – processed through the CITIZEN’s PORTAL – aimed at safe-guard of economical interests of the region.
    PROPOSAL: Priority Legislation by PTI government in GB.
    DETAILS: Attempt legislation to:
    1. establish and strengthen DISTRICT and VILLAGE governments – as a replication of 2017 Law passed by KPK Assembly.
    2. Integrate CUSTOMARY LAWS in GB to protect exploitation of NATURAL RESOURCES by sharks from outside the region.
    3. Repeal GOP order 2018, which has paved the way for this exploitation.

    Citizen portal registered the proposal under the CODE: GB281120-87634216 and ASSIGNED it to Chief Secretary GB on 28th Nov 2020.
    Progress since is as follows:
    08-12-2020, CS forwarded it to Secretary GB Assembly with following remarks:
    “ for your kind perusal and further necessary action please”
    27-12-2020 SECRETARY assembly sent it back to chief secretary with following remarks:
    “R/sir
    The complaint in hand is examined by this Secretariat and found that it’s not related to this institutio. The legislative mandate of this institution is subjected to the the presentation of a bill by concerned administrative department with the approval of the government.”
    January 11, 2021 chief secretary forward it to secretary home and prisons GB with these remarks:
    “ for necessary action please”
    January 18, 2021 secretary home and prisons GB forward it to secretary services and general administration GB with these remarks:
    “ for necessary action please”
    January 22, 2021 secretary services and general administration gilgit forward it to secretary home and prisons GB with these remarks:
    “Dear sir, the instant complaint is not relevant to this office please.”
    9-Feb 2021 from chief secretary Gilgit-Baltistan to PMDU:
    Respected sir,
    The instant complaint is beyond the jurisdiction of this office kindly consider at your end please.
    25 FEB 2021: Status PARTIAL RELIEF GRANTED, CLOSED with these remarks from PMDU:
    Dear Citizen, your complaint has been forwarded to the concerned quarter for further action. Thanks for using this portal.
    Feedback:
    I will continue my attempts despite attitude which are non- sympathetic to the economical interests of indigenous populations of GB.
    NOT RESOLVED, and NOT SATISFIED.

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