CM to chair meeting of all stakeholders about local domiciles: Dr. Rubaba
Secretary Saboor Kakar meeting Dr. Rubaba Buledi, the Parliamentary Secretary on Law and Parliamentary Affairs

Sheikh Razzaq:


: Dr. Rubaba Khan Buledi, the Parliamentary Secretary on Parliamentary Affairs on Friday said that before the formulation of new laws regarding the issuance of local and domicile, the final decision of consultation of all stakeholders including leaders of political parties will be made in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Balochistan.

She expressed these views while talking to Secretary Law and Parliamentary Affairs Abdul Saboor Kakar.

“The recommendations of the two meetings are being finalised, which will be sent to the Chief Minister of Balochistan this week,” she added.

Rights of all segments of society should be protected: Dr. Rubaba

Taking into account the ground realities of the province, such effective legislation and regulations will be formed which will not cause any kind of complications and the rights of any segment will not be lost.

She contended that “if the necessary documents including local, domicile, driving license and arms license are computerized and a single card is introduced, it will not only make it easier for the people, but it will also provide immediate identification of the individual from the database linked to an automated organization like NADRA.

Law department’s recommendations to be finalized within a week

The recommendations of the law department related to local and domicile and PRC certificate in Balochistan will be finalized this week and sent to the relevant authorities for further high-level consultation and necessary action, she maintained.

Earlier, Secretary Law and Parliamentary Affairs Abdul Saboor Kakar discussed issues pertaining to local and domicile certificates with the parliamentary secretary law and parliamentary affairs.

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