I welcome you to the website of Provincial Assembly of Balochistan. This portal is a corridor to find comprehensive information about the workings of the Assembly encompassing lawmaking, oversight of executives through committees, and public representation. The reader can find here the workings of their elected representatives and laws they have formed. I hope this website strengthens further the democratic norms in the province and streamlines the link between the people and their representatives.
Mir Jan Muhammad Khan Jamali
Deputy Speaker’s Message
The website of the Provincial Assembly of Balochistan is your window to the legislature and an archive of the laws this province has so far made. I believe a strong culture of engagement inside and outside the House will strengthen democracy in the province and this website shall truly play its part in forming that culture. I look forward to working in a vibrant democratic atmosphere based on respect and trust between the treasury and opposition benches.
Sardar Babar Khan
The List of Business or Orders of the Day is listed agenda items to be submitted to the Secretary Assembly by Government and Private Members to be brought before the Assembly for consideration and decision on any of its session days. Here, we find the schedule for each of the Balochistan Assembly’s sittings.
Citizens’ Urdu Guide is an effort to bridge the communication gap between elected and the electors while ensuring a simplified narration of information about the roles and functions of legislators and the legislature.
Youth Urdu Guide provides an overview about the work of Balochistan Assembly, which is an effort to improve citizens’ understanding about the roles and functions of legislators and the legislature.
A comprehensive, pictorial and easy to understand Children Urdu Guide provides an overview of history of Balochistan Assembly, and roles and functions of legislators and the legislature.
This website appreciates citizens to learn about the Provincial Assembly of Balochistan – what it does and how it affects young people living in Balochistan. Everyone in Balochistan should have a say in how their province is governed and one way of doing this is by voting in Provincial Assembly of Balochistan elections.