Islamabad: According to press reports, the Senate passed the Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights (Amendment) Bill 2021 on Wednesday to protect women’s property rights and ensure that no rights are infringed through force, coercion, fraud, or harassment.

Read more: Women’s Property Rights Bill 2021 approved by Senate Standing Committee

On behalf of Law and Justice Minister Farogh Naseem, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Shibli Faraz tabled the Women’s Property Rights bill before the Senate. On June 7, the National Assembly passed the bill, which was then sent to the Senate Standing Committee on Law and Justice.

The Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights Bill 2021 modifies the Enforcement of Women’s Property Rights Act 2020. As a result of this change, subsection 4 of the Act must be added to Section 5.

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Section 5 gave the ombudsman the power to issue orders in response to objections about the petitioner’s title or ownership of the property. Unfortunately, the defender’s commands were not met with any opposition. A 30-day right of representation against the order is included in the amendment.

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Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan noted during the Senate meeting that the government is trying to strengthen road infrastructure by launching various highway and motorway projects, including

• Lodhran-Multan

• Chitral-Garam Chashma (Chitral-Garam Chashma)

• Zhob-Kuchlak

• Khushab-Awaran

• Hyderbad-Sukkur

• Kharian-Rawalpindi

• Sialkot-Kharian

• Dera Ghazi Khan, Shikarpur-Rajanpur

• Quetta-Chaman

• Balkasar-Mianwali

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