KARACHI - The Sindh Assembly on Friday mourned the killing of MQMs provincial lawmaker Raza Haider and central leader Dr Imran Farooq who was assassinated in London. The House did not take any business and adjourned till Monday. After witnessing devastating floods in the province, the first session of Provincial legislature met with Deputy Speaker Shehla Raza in the chair at 11.35am. The House offered fateha for the departed soul of MQMs MPA Raza Haider, who was killed by unknown assailants in Karachi. Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Law Minister Muhammad Ayaz Soomro, MQM leader and Health Minister Dr Sagheer Ahmed, Opposition leader Jam Madad Ali, Education Minster Pir Mazharul Haq and other lawmakers from both the divides offered fateha. After fateha, Law Minister Ayaz Soomro tabled the motion. He urged the chair for adjournment of proceedings of the House till next to mourn the killing of Raza Haider. Referring the tradition of the House, he said that whenever lawmaker of this House dies or killed, the proceeding of first day of session adjourned till next day in mourning. Accepting the request of law minister, Deputy Speaker adjourned the session till Monday. MQMs members attended the session with wearing black armbands to mourn the killing of their party leader Imran Farooque, who was assassinated in London last week. MQMs Dr Sagheer paid tribute to the slain MPA Raza Haider. Earlier, Sindh CM Qaim Ali Shah paid tribute to the services rendered by slain MPA Raza Haider. He said that Imran Farooq played great role for strengthening of democracy in Pakistan. He further said that the House will discuss the devastation of floods in detail within few days. Besides, the ANP lawmaker and Provincial Minister for Labour Amir Nawab and Amanullah Mehsud, after commencing the session, boycotted and did not return in the House. The Sindh chapter of ANP already announced to boycott the Provincial Assembly session as according to them, their problems and grievances were not being addressed by the Sindh government properly. However, despite part of business of the House, the MQMs minority member Rasheed Khan did not take oath. Syed Sardar Ahmed of MQM told the House that his party was observing mourning, so their lawmaker will take oath in Mondays session. It may be noted that MQMs minority member Stephen Asif tendered resignation as member of Sindh Assembly, so his party nominated another member, who will take oath in the next sitting of assembly. Meanwhile, Sindh Minister for Irrigation and Power Jam Saifullah Dharejo announced that government has decided to initiate judicial probe into Indus River breach, developed at Tori Embankment, which wreaked devastation in the province. Talking to the mediamen outside the Sindh Assembly, he said that judicial commission would be constituted within few days. Government will also initiate departmental inquiry into the breaches at the embankments in the province, he said. Embankment at Sajawal Town in Thatta district has been plugged.