MNAS


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MNASMember of the National Academy of Sciences
MNASMeridian Naval Air Station
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Islamabad -- Desertions from the PML-N continued on Thursday as six MNAs two from Punjab and four from Balochistan and two members of Punjab Assembly quit the party to join Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Balochistan Awami Party (BAP).
Addressing a joint news conference at the Quetta Press Club, the four MNAs vowed to fight for the rights of Balochistan.
The MNAs also briefed the Prime Minister about issued relating to their respective constituencies and sought assistance of the government to resolve them.
The PPP-P's MNAs said that the matter need to be raised at a proper forum as National Assembly was not the appropriate forum to raise this matter.
However, NPC president Shakeel Qarar said that the MNAs were not allowed to hold a press conference because they had not made a booking.
The MNAs apprised PM about the problems being confronted by the people.
"We have decided in principle to quit the party over its policies [of injustice] towards Balochistan", Khan, a former state minister and MNA from Lasbela told a press conference at Quetta Press Club on Thursday evening.
On an average, each female Member of the National Assembly (MNA) attended 83 percent of the Lower House sittings while each Senator attended 64 percent of the Senate sittings.
The MNAs said the country was heading towards progress and prosperity under the sincere and honest leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
A few MNAs demanded funds for their constituencies so that they could execute development and uplift projects.
Those lawmakers were stated in the petition are including MPAs Naheed Begum, Heer Sohu, Naila Munir, Saifuddin Khalid, Muhammad Kamran, Saleem Rajput, Anwar Raza, Sameeta Afzal and Yousaf Shahwani and names of MNAs Fouzia Hameed, Muzammil Qureshi and Mahboob Alam are also mentioned in the petition.
Islamabad -- Former Prime Minister, Mir Zafar Ullah Khan Jamali while validating the news about split in ruling party, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) divulged that more than 40 Members of National Assembly (MNAs) were ready to quit.