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Government agrees to withdraw 6 ordinances, including the NAB ordinance

NAB ordinance

The federal government agrees with the opposition to take back 6 ordinances, including the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Amendment Ordinance Bill 2019, approved by the National Assembly in November 2019.

According to media reports, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan called for the withdrawal of the ordinance and said that after consultation and consensus with the opposition, the ordinance was withdrawn.

Related: We freed Businessmen from NAB’s fear through Nab ordinance: Imran Khan

On November 7, 2019, the motion to withdraw the 6 Ordinances passed by the National Assembly was approved.

Ordinances to be withdrawn include inheritance certificate bill 2019, enforcement rights women property bill 2019, legal aid and justice authority bill 2019, high judicial dress code bill 2019, anonymous business affairs breach amendment bill 2019 and the National Accountability Bureau Amendment Bill 2019.

It is to be noted that meeting between the government and the opposition are underway for amending the important bills and the government has also agreed to withdraw the NAB Amendment Ordinance on the demand of the opposition.

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