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Opposition phases walkout throughout NA session over non-postponement of exams


PML-Ns Khawaja Saad Rafique speaking during the National Assembly in Islamabad, on July 9, 2021. — Twitter/NAofPakistan
PML-N’s Khawaja Saad Rafique talking in the course of the Nationwide Meeting in Islamabad, on July 9, 2021. — Twitter/NAofPakistan

The Nationwide Meeting session was adjourned on Friday after the Opposition walked out as the federal government refused to comply with its demand of suspending exams.

Earlier than strolling out, PML-N’s Khawaja Saad Rafique mentioned he had requested Federal Schooling Minister Shafqat Mehmood to delay the exams within the nation, however he was but to listen to from the federal government.

“If the government has not decided to delay the exams, then we should be informed as to why does it plan on taking supplementary exams within 45 days?” he requested.

At this, Federal Parliamentary Secretary for Schooling and Skilled Coaching Wajiha Akram mentioned that examinations had concluded in Balochistan, whereas they had been underway in Sindh.

Responding to Akram, Rafique mentioned this meant that the federal government doesn’t wish to communicate to the Opposition about suspending the examinations.

Following Rafique’s assertion, the Opposition events, together with PML-N, staged a walkout.

After the walkout, PML-N’s Sheikh Fayyaz-ud-Din identified a scarcity of quorum, following which, NA Speaker Asad Qaiser, who was chairing the session, adjourned it until Monday.

Mehmood lashes out at Rafique, Iqbal

The walkout comes hours after Mehmood had slammed the PML-N and mentioned that the social gathering — which is “breaking up” — is “playing politics with students to gain cheap popularity.”

Taking to Twitter, the minister had criticised PML-N leaders Ahsan Iqbal and Rafique and mentioned that they know that exams have already taken place in Balochistan and Sindh, subsequently, different college students can’t be handled in a different way.

“They know that [the] decision to take exams was taken unanimously by all federating units, including PML-N’s govt in AJK, and PPP in Sindh,” he wrote.

“They know that students cannot be promoted on the basis of previous exams as there were no exams last year.”

The minister additional mentioned that Saad Rafique and Ahsan Iqbal ought to know in the event that they declare to be educated that exams are the perfect measure of scholars’ potential.

He mentioned that it’s essential for college kids of sophistication 12 to take the exams as they need to go to universities {and professional} faculties.

“Why should hardworking students be discriminated against. Stop cheap politics,” the minister wrote.

Mehmood wrote that the 2 leaders ought to know that after the 18th modification, out of the 30 instructional boards throughout the nation, just one board, i.e. the federal board, was given to the federal authorities, whereas different boards are ruled by the respective provinces and different our bodies.

“Yet they [Ahsan Iqbal and Saad Rafique] were pretending that one order from a federal minister can stop exams across the country. Again just a failed attempt at cheap politics,” the minister wrote whereas censuring the statements of the PML-N leaders.

Mehmood reminded college students that exams could be commencing from tomorrow (July 10) within the remaining provinces and federating items.

“Wish all students taking exams from tomorrow the very best. Inshallah, all will do well,” he wrote.

“Those students who say give more time can always appear in supplementary exams taken 2/3 months by all boards. Why should these exams be postponed and students who have been studying be penalised?”

Opposition phases walkout throughout NA session over non-postponement of exams
Opposition phases walkout throughout NA session over non-postponement of exams



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