QUETTA - The Balochistan Assembly on Tuesday adopted a joint resolution seeking two months extension in process of verifying the voters lists in the province. The House also approved a condolence resolution over the sad demise of Begum Nusrat Bhutto. The Balochistan Assembly met with Deputy Speaker Matiullah Aghan in the chair about 40 minutes late from its scheduled time. Tabling the joint resolution, Provincial Minister Mir Zahoor Buledi said that there were many flaws in voters list in the Balochistan. He said the voters lists prepared by NADRA lacked number of blocks and houses. 'One voter of Union Council is registered in other Union Council while the time period provided by Election Commission for rectifying the mistakes is not enough, he said, adding, that the provincial government should approach the Federal government to persuade Election Commission to extend the date of process of verification of voters lists for another two months. Zahoor Buledi said Election Commission had identified 3 million fake voters which would cause negative impact in future election while mistakes were also made during the process of registering the voters due to which complete registration of voters could not be possible within the stipulated period given by Election Commission. 'The complete record of NADRA was also not provided. In some areas the staff carrying out registration work was given life threats thus, staff should also be given security, he added. Other members including Abdul Rehman Jamali, Engineer Zamarak Khan and Jan Ali Chengezai supported a joint resolution and said owing to flaws on the part of NADRA elected members faced many difficulties in their constituencies ,adding, that the reports sought by Election Commission from Deputy Commissioners also said that the process of verification of voters had been completed 50 to 60 per cent. They said some people are deliberately creating difficulties at Union Council and wards to get confirmed their seats due to which people were facing problems. Criticising NADRA, they said it had blocked a number of identity cards of local people while a large number of foreigners after greasing the palms of officials had obtained Pakistani national identity cards. They demanded that extension in verification process should be made so that all approval of voters list could be made properly. When the chair put resolution for vote, the House adopted it unanimously despite the fact that only 14 members were present in the House out of 65 members while 17 is required for quorum. The lawmakers including PPP leader Ali Madad Jattak, Jan Ali Chengezai, Engineer Zamarak Khan of ANP, Zahoor Buledi, Nasreen Kethran and Shahnawaz Marri expressed deep sorrow over the sad demise of Begum Nusrat Bhutto and paid glowing tributes to her for her contribution for the sake of democracy. They said that Begum Nusrat Bhutto rendered enormous sacrifices for the restoration of democracy and always stood against dictatorship. They further said that Begum Nusrat Bhutto faced hardships and remained incarcerated but never made a compromise on principles. They said entire nation was dejected over her death and it would take decades to fill the gap that had been created after death of Nusrat Bhutto. Meanwhile, the legislators on the occasion approved a condolence resolution over the death of Begum Nusrat Bhutto. Speaking on a point of order, the adviser to Chief Minister Balochistan Dr. Fouzia Marri said that despite lapse of two weeks of murder of President of Pakistan Medical Association Balochistan the culprits were not brought to justice. She said doctors had been on strike and the work in government hospitals had been stopped. 'The killing has spread panic amongst the people and sense of insecurity is looming, she remarked and called for immediate action against the culprits and bring them to book. Speaking on another point of order, minority member in Balochistan Assembly Jey Parkash regretted that the incidents of kidnapping members of Hindu community had increased in the province. He demanded of the govt for taking strict steps against elements involved in kidnapping for ransom and ensuring the security of minorities.