Sindh assembly rejects resolution seeking reserved seats for spl people

KARACHI: Sindh Assembly here Tuesday rejected a resolution seeking reserved seats for disabled persons who are mentally sound in assemblies.

The private resolution moved by Naila Munir of MQM also suggested that national assembly should be recommended to take efforts for change in constitution to create reserved seats for the special persons.

However, treasury members opposed the resolution and the House rejected it.

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