ISLAMABAD The parliamentarians in the National Assembly Monday urged the Government to take strict action on the report of special committee that recommended legal proceedings against the Railways officials found involved in allotment of Railways land to golf club in Lahore on nominal prices. Speaking on the point of order, Parliamentary leader of PML-Q in Lower House, Faisal Saleh Hayat said that the Prime Minister had been stating in the House that the Parliament was sovereign and powerful. If so, the committee has submitted its report in the House and now the Government should take action on this report, he added. He said that the opposition had been pointing out increasing corruption in the public offices and that day a report revealing corruption had been brought to the fore. Lets start working against corruption and corrupts, Faisal said. He questioned that if the parliamentarians could not take action on their own investigation report then how would they defend the democracy. Quoting some international newspapers regarding continuity of drone attacks in Pakistans territory, Faisal Saleh Hayat also demanded of the Government to brief the House about the recent visit of CIA chief to Pakistan. Will Prime Minister tell the House what he discussed with the CIA chief, he questioned. MNA Hanif Abbasi of PML-N, while asking the Government to take action on the report of the Special committee on the Railways land allocation to Royal Palm Golf and Country Club on nominal prices, said that people were looking for justice and if this report like others was neglected no one would support democracy. MNA Sheikh Waqas Akram, who was also the member of this committee, said that it took almost two years of hectic efforts in the making of the report by the parliamentarians during which some powerful segments had tried to bribe the MNAs. However, responding to these points of orders, Minister for Railways Ghulam Ahmad Bilour said that the report had fixed three retired generals in the case but the Government would take action on this report. When we go to take our grabbed land back, the people run to court and take stay order, the minister said.