ISLAMABAD Legislators from Hindu community in the National Assembly on Tuesday staged a walkout from the House against the remarks of Chief Justice Lahore High Court Khawaja Muhammad Sharif. Speaking on a point of order, Ramesh Lal said the remarks of the Chief Justice LHC regarding financial help of terrorism by Hindus had hurt the community. However, Minister for Labour and Manpower Khursheed Shah said that it might be a slip of tongue as we respect all the communities living in Pakistan. Interior Minister Rehman Malik informed the House that with the combined efforts of intelligence agencies, police and Interpol, the Pakistani origin British child Sahil had been recovered from Jhelum. Speaking on points of order, the members from both sides highlighted various problems being faced by the people and urged the Government to take measures for their resolution. The members called upon the Government to take strict measures to control corruption. They appreciated media for highlighting corruption in various public sector institutions and emphasised the need for taking action against the persons involved in embezzlement. The members also expressed concern over the law and order situation and said there was need for a comprehensive strategy to combat terrorism and ensure peace in the society. Responding to a calling attention notice Minister for Health Makhdoom Shahabuddin told the National Assembly that people suffering from pollen allergy should take precautionary measures including wearing of mask to keep themselves safe. The Health Minister said the people with the symptoms of pollen allergy should get them tested at National Institute of Health to ascertain the nature of allergy as it might be inherited. The Minister told the House that pollen counts were publicised through print and electronic media so one should take the precautionary measures accordingly. PML-N MNA Shireen Arshad Khan told the House that the pollen allergy was not a genetically transmitted disease rather it was solely caused by the paper mulberry. She said the Federal Capital was witnessing the mushroom growth of paper mulberry so it was essential that the trees should be burnt instead of chopping down. She also called for importing the vaccine and said that the Government should give a serious thought to the situation to eliminate the disease from the Federal Capital. The National Assembly, which was transacting private members business, referred five private members bills to the standing committees concerned of the House. These include Pakistan Penal Code (Amendment) Bill moved by Fakharun Nisa Khokhar; the Compulsory Blood Test of the Relatives of Thalassaemia Patients Bill moved by Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho; the Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Bill moved by Malik Shakir Bashir Awan; the General Clauses (Amendment) Bill moved by Shakila Khanum Rasheed and the Prisoners (Amendment) Bill moved by Fakharun Nisa Khokhar. Introducing Pakistan Penal Code (Amendment) Bill, Retired Justice Fakhar-un-Nisa Khokhar suggested punishment up to life imprisonment and fine of Rs 500,000 for the permanent disfigurement of face or any part of the organ through using acid, fire or any arsenic weapon. She said that existing provision of law regarding disfigurement of a person didnt cover the increasing crime of throwing acid for disfigurement of face or any other part. Some members were of the view that the NWFP, which generates maximum electricity, is being discriminated by un-scheduled power loadshedding. They also called upon the Government to look into the affairs of House Building Finance Corporation, which despite earning handsome money from the loanees was not giving increase in the salaries to its employees. Those who spoke on points of order included Israr Tareen, Syed Javed Hasnain, Pervez Malik, Noor Aalam, Humayun Saifullah Khan, Bushra Gohar, Wasim Akhtar, Nawab Muhammad Yousuf Talpur, Ramesh Lal, Sher Muhammad Baloch, Rashid Akbar Khan, Munir Khan Orakzai, Sheikh Waqas Akram and Sohail Mansoor.