ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani Thursday said that a judicial inquiry has been ordered into the incident of killing of the people who were protesting for the compensation over their dislocation from Diamir-Bhasha Dam site in Chilas. Responding to a point of order in the National Assembly, he announced the compensation amount of five hundred thousand rupees for the heirs of each deceased and one hundred thousand for each injured in the incident. Earlier responding to point of order raised by Haider Abbas Rizvi, Minister for Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan Affairs Mian Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo told that the Government had constituted a committee headed by the Minister for Water and Power to determine the compensation for the affectees of Diamir-Bhasha Dam. Haidar Abbas Rizvi said that the Prime Minister should take notice of the killing of poor civilians in Chillas while a committee should be constituted to finalise the compensation amount for dislocated people. Wattoo condemned the incident in which three people were killed and four others injured and said that the Government had removed the Deputy Commissioner and District Police Officer with in no time and would take action in light of the judicial inquiry report against those who would be found responsible. Opposition Leader in the National Assembly, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, on the point of order, demanded the thorough investigations into the attack on the house of former MNA, Haroonur Rasheed and said that the Lower House of the Parliament should be briefed about the reasons behind the attack. Meanwhile, Deputy Speaker Faisal Karim Kundi asked the Minister for Labour and Manpower, Syed Khurshid Shah to submit a detailed report in the House regarding the incident. Aftab Sherpao said that the law enforcement agencies had again started operation in Bajaur while the people of Bajaur were deprived of the aid. Therefore, the extremists are again gaining momentum in the agency, he added. The National Assembly also passed The National School of Public Policy (Amendment) Bill 2010. Earlier, Minister for Industries and Production, Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani during question hour informed the National Assembly that the first consignment of 0.5 million tons sugar would reach in the country in the second week of the next month. He said that there was a shortage of 1.5 million tons of sugar in the country as the expected production in the current season was 3.1 million tons against the annual consumption of 4.2 million tons. The Minister said that the Ministry of Industries and Production formulated the National Sugar Policy 2009-10 through a consultative process, which was also approved by the Cabinet on November 4, 2009. He said that the Government had a comprehensive plan to import 1.2 million tons of sugar in time to avert the crisis-like situation of the last year. In reply to the supplementary questions, Mir Hazar Khan said that the remaining 0.7 million tons would be imported from those countries where the prices of the commodity would be the cheapest. An international tender would be floated and it would be imported through the Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP), he added. The Minister told the Lower House that condition of the National Identity Card for sugar from the Utility Stores Corporation (USC) was imposed to stop the misuse of the commodity. He said the USC outlets were providing sugar to the low-income group at subsidised price of Rs. 45/kg. To another question, he informed the National Assembly that two new fertiliser plants had been established in the country during the last two years. He said that a fertiliser unit established near Rahimyar Khan having capacity 1.5 million tons per year while the other at Dherki in district Ghotki will start production by October this year and will produce one million tons of urea per year. He said that the Government had also allowed set up of a new fertiliser plant in the Southern Punjab under public private partnership, which will be completed in three to four years. The Minister said that the Government was encouraging investment in auto-industry sector to meet the requirements of the transport. He said that during the last two years, 17 new motorcycle manufacturing units, eight auto-rickshaw units and three tractor manufacturing units had been established. He said that the Government had formed a committee to examine the prices of cars and suggest proposals to decrease the prices to make them affordable for general public. He said that the average production of the Pakistan Steel Mills up to the last month of the current fiscal year was 44 percent. He said that the Government had taken a number of steps to increase its production capacity. These steps include import of fifty-five thousand tons of coal and seventy-five thousand tons of iron and make arrangements for equity funding of ten billion rupees besides five billion rupees of running finance from the commercial banks. The Minister for Textile Industry, in a written reply, informed the House that there is no proposal to impose ban on the export of cotton yearn and the Ministry has already taken necessary steps to stabilise prices of the cotton yarn. He said that the export of cotton yarn has been capped at a monthly volume of fifty million kilogram during the current crop season to ensure availability of the commodity in the domestic market. Parliamentary Secretary for Culture, Syed Inayat Ali Shah said that 2986 sites and monuments were discovered and documented as a result of archaeological survey in the country.