ISLAMABAD - The National Assembly hall resounded with the slogans 'go Musharraf go' when Federal Minister for Youth Affairs Kh Saad Rafique responding to the praise uttered for President Musharraf by PML-Q member Ms Marvi Mamon termed the President as 'serial killer' who had played havoc with the country. According to details, on a point of order Ms Marvi Memon condemned the killing of All Parties Hurriyat Conference leader Sh Abdul Aziz during his bid to cross Line of Control along with thousands of Kashmiri people on Monday last. She also praised President Pervez Musharraf for projecting the cause of Kashmiri people at international level and stressed the need of continuing with the policy pursued by him. She asked the government to launch proper protest over the killing of APHC leader by Indian troops not only with government of India but at international level. Quickly responding to her utterance in praise of President Musharraf, Kh Saad Rafique rose to his seat on point of order and grilled Musharraf for his  policies, which had caused irreparable loss to Kashmir cause. The emotionally charged speech by Saad swept with it the whole House and some of them burst into slogans against Musharraf saying 'go Musharraf go'. The things normalised soon and members participated in the debate and condemned the killing of the innocent people by Indian troops. Meanwhile, as many as many as 22 bills were introduced to National Assembly on a private members day with the government not opposing most of the bills coming from treasury as well as opposition members. In four bills, amendments were proposed in the Constitution while some others were related to women security and better environment at workplace, Qazf ordinance, postal services management, family courts act, civil servants act and removal from service laws, Islamabad wildlife protection, elimination of printing and recording error in publishing of the Holy Quran and some other matters. Two new bills were also introduced by MNA Yasmeen Rehman to make law for compulsory school attendance of every child "The Compulsory School Attendance Bill, 2008" and bill related to provision of rights to special citizens "Special Citizens Bill, 2008." Finance Minister Syed Naveed Qamar didn't oppose most of the bills and these were referred to Standing Committees concerned. As many as 11 bills were dropped due to non-presence of the movers. According to details, the bills introduced in the House and referred to Standing Committees include "The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2008" moved by Riaz Fatyana for amendment in Articles 73 and 80 of the Constitution. The second bill titled, "The offence of Qazf (Amendment) Bill 2008" was moved by Khawaja Sheraz Mehmood for insertion of new sections 18-A, 18-B, 18-C, Ordinance VIII of 1979. The members also introduced 'The Pakistan Postal Services Management Board (Amendment) Bill, 2008', 'The Family Courts (Amendment) Bill, 2008', 'The Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2008' and 'The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2008' to amend the Article 11 of the Constitution. Other bills introduced include 'The Prevention of Harassment at Workplace Bill, 2008', 'Drugs Amendment Bill 2008', 'The Islamabad Wildlife (protection, preservation, conservation and management) Amendment Bill 2008', 'The Publication of the Holy Quran (elimination of printing and recording errors) Amendment Bill 2008', 'The Family Courts Amendment Bill 2008', 'The Medical devices Bill 2008', 'The Fiscal Responsibility and Debt Limitation Amendment Bill 2008', 'The Removal from Service (Special Powers) (Repeal) Bill 2008', 'The Constitution Amendment Bill 2008 (for insertion of new article 245A)', 'The Constitutional Amendment Bill 2008 for amendment of article 51 and 59', 'The Code of Civil Procedure Amendment Bill 2008', 'The Constitution Amendment Bill 2008 to amend article 251', and 'The working Women (Protection of Rights) Bill 2008.' Remaining bills either were not stressed by the movers or dropped due to absence of the movers.