Asad Umar quits NA finance committee 

Asad Umar on Wednesday stepped down as the chairman of the National Assembly Standing Committee on Finance.

The development took place during a session of the committee in parliament and in the wake of Asad Umar’s new appointment. Asad Umar had recently rejoined the federal cabinet as the minister for planning and development.

National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser accepted the resignation. Umar, being a federal minister, will no longer be part of the committee.

The committee members unanimously voted in PTI MNA Faizullah Kamoka as the new chairman. His name had been recommended by PPP information secretary Dr Nafisa Shah and endorsed by PTI MNA Sardar Nasrullah Khan Dareshak.

“As the chairman of this committee, I will take all its members forward together,” said Kamoka, as he thanked the committee for their vote of confidence.

The committee members paid tribute to Umar for having served the committee dutifully. A resolution to pay tribute to him was also passed by the committee.

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