The Senate also resumed its session at Parliament House in Islamabad, reported by Radio Pakistan.  

Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani is chairing the session.

Speaking on a point of order, Opposition leader in the Upper House, Sherry Rehman has expressed concerns on reports regarding restrictions on Pakistani diplomats’ movement in the United States.

She said Pakistan has no enmity with anyone and it has the right to have its own stance and give reaction to any occurrence at the international level.

Sherry Rehman said Pakistan has never accepted Coalition Support Fund as aid, but it is a compensation and reimbursement for using our infrastructure.

The Senate today unanimously passed thirteen bills.