QUETTA - Balochistan Minister for Agriculture Mir Asad Baloch has said agreement inked with Iran for providing electricity to Pakistan be implemented with least possible delay, for, people of Makran division are facing great difficulties owing to long hours loadshedding. He was speaking at a point of order during Balochistan Assembly session which met with Speaker Muhammad Aslam Bhootani in chair here on Monday. Asad Baloch said although an agreement had been inked with Iran for providing electricity to Pakistan but the agreement was yet to be implemented. He said Makran division was facing scorching heat in summer weather besides hours-long power loadshedding. He said there was also complete shortage of diesel in Makran division. It is the responsibility of government to ensure availability of diesel but no attention is being paid to peoples miseries, he said adding, I claim, if any referendum is held, 180 million people of the country will vote for electricity and jobs instead of atom bombs. He demanded of the government to make Panjgour Grid Station functional till receiving more electricity from Makran division. Meanwhile, two amended bills regarding prisons and prisoners were moved in the Balochistan Assembly session on Monday. Balochistan Minister for Jails Sultan Muhammad Tareen tabled both bills in the House. Earlier, newly-elected Pakistan Peoples Partys MPA Mir Abdul Rehman Jamali took oath of membership. Speaker Muhammad Aslam Bhootani administered him the oath. Mir Jamali was elected from Jaffarabad-1 for Balochistan Assembly on the ticket of Pakistan Peoples Party. On this occasion, Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Aslam Raisani congratulated Mir Jamali for becoming member of the provincial assembly. At this, speaking on a point of order, Pakistan Muslim League-Q parliamentary leader in the Balochistan Assembly and Finance Minister Mir Asim Kurd Gailo said the PPP was continuously influencing PML-Q leaders to join PPP. Responding to him, CM Raisani said leaders of PML-Q were themselves joining PPP and the latter was not influencing them in this regard. After remaining in session for a brief period of 20 minutes the chair adjourned the house till Thursday.