ISLAMABAD - Paying glowing tributes to the martyrs of operation Rah-e-Raast, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani Friday announced Rs 100 million for Shohada (Martyrs) Trust of Pakistan Army. Welcoming the mother of Captain Meraj, a martyr, in the visitors gallery of National Assembly, Prime Minister Gilani said that the defence and establishment of the states writ were the top most priorities of the government and no compromise would be made on the issues. He said that the government would provide all possible resources to the armed forces to protect the geographical borders and establish writ of the state. Gilani said that he announced the amount as he thought the funds in the Shohada Trust might have been exhausted owing to military operation in Malakand in which scores of the security personnel had been martyred. Gilani, who spoke highly of all the mothers and families of the martyrs whose loved-ones had lost their lives for protecting the motherland, said, Their blood would not be squandered and this country and nation would always remember them, he added. Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Dr Babar Awan, PML-N Chief Whip Sheikh Aftab, MQM MNA Farooq Sattar, PML-Q MNA Bushra Rehman and ANP parliamentarian Haji Ghulam Muhammad Bilour also paid tributes to the martyrs. Minister for Water and Power Raja Pervez Ashraf told the National Assembly that the country was in dire need of rental power plants as the growing gap between demand and supply of electricity required to be bridged urgently. The Minister was responding to a point of order raised by PML-Q parliamentary leader Faisal Saleh Hayat who had criticised the installation of the rental power plants. The minister said that Faisal Saleh Hayat presented misleading facts and figures before the House about the rental power plants. He said that resolution of power crisis would take three years if rental units were not installed immediately. He said efficient rental power plants had been hired through a transparent international bidding. He also asked the PML-Q leader to prove corruption in rental power plants otherwise resign from his seat. Earlier, Speaking on a point of order, PML-Q parliamentary leader Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat had said that despite unanimous resolution, passed by the House on August 3, the government could not present report of Gojra riots in the National Assembly. He said that the slogans of making the Parliament supreme were meaningless as the treasury benches were not serious in materialising their promises. He said that the government according to Supreme Court verdict had to table ordinances in the House particularly controversial NRO. But, today is the last day of the session and the government has not brought NRO in the Parliament for debate, he added while saying that the government actions were contrary to its claims of making the parliament supreme. Faisal said that the government was also reluctant to hold debate on corruption. He demanded of the government to form a parliamentary commission to look into the rental power plants scam and implement the project after getting 'ok signal from that commission. After Raja Pervaiz Ashrafs challenge to prove corruption in the rental power plants or resign from his seat, Faisal Saleh again stood up and asked the Deputy Speaker to give him the floor on a point of order but the Deputy Speaker gave the floor to Rehman Malik. On it, PML-Q leader kept on saying in loud voice, I accept the challenge of Raja Pervez Ashraf and if I fail to prove corruption in the rental power plants I will quit National Assembly. He said that if corruption was proved, Pervez Ashraf would have to resign and go behind the bars. There was scene of pandemonium in the House for a while when PML-Q MNAs and treasury benches hooted against each other on the rental power plants issue. Responding to Faisals point of order regarding Gojra riots, Interior Minister Rehman Malik informed the National Assembly that the final report of the inquiry commission probing into the Gojra tragedy would be presented in the House, which was likely to be completed within two to three weeks. The minister said that preliminary report on the incident had been presented in the House last week. He also said that the judicial commission had so far recorded statements of 300 Christians and 700 Muslims in that regard. Commenting on the killing of religious scholar Allama Sher Haideri, Rehman Malik said that his death was a result of personal enmity and it had nothing to do with sectarianism. About security situation in Dera Ismail Khan, the Interior Minister said that law enforcement agencies were extending full support to local administration to improve law and order situation there. Malik said that House that incidents of target killings in DI Khan had almost ended. He also added that he had visited the city along with NWFP Chief Minister to review the situation. Later, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Dr Babar Awan led the Fateha prayer for the martyrs of operation Rah-e-Rast on the request of Rehman Malik. Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Dr Babar Awan laid three ordinances before the National Assembly as required by clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution. The ordinances include Benazir Income Support Programme Ordinance, 2009 (No XI of 2009), the Sacked Employees (Reinstatement) Ordinance, 2009 (No XI of 2009) and the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Ordinance, 2009 (No XIV of 2009). Federal Health Minister Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani told the House that summary for the regularisation of 103 doctors working in various hospitals under the federal government would be sent to the Prime Minister for approval. Responding to a calling attention notice, he said that public service commission of each province had its own laws and Punjab regularised its doctors. However, he said that the laws of Federal Public Service Commission were very strict and, therefore, the federal government could not regularise the contract doctors. He said that work on the summary regarding regularisation of 103 contract doctors was in progress and would be sent to the Prime Minister for approval very soon. Later, Deputy Speaker Faisal Karim Kundi adjourned the session for indefinite period after reading out the Presidents orders in the House.