ISLAMABAD The government assured the National Assembly on Wednesday that the UN Commissions probe report on Benazir Bhuttos assassination would be published in April. Replying to a point of order raised by Parliamentary Leader of PML-Q Faisal Saleh Hayat regarding the delay in the UN Report on the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Syed Naveed Qamar said that there should not be any doubt about the publication of the Report. However, he said that the Report was delayed to avoid a counter move, as we would have to look into all the consequences, which may emerge following the issuance of the Report. He said that the Report would be published in April. Later, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on the floor of the House said that Interior Minister Rehman Malik would brief the House about the report of UN Commission. Gilani said that the National Assembly and provincial assemblies with consensus had decided that the UN should do the probe into the assassination of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto. He said that Benazir Bhutto was our leader and how could we ask for delay in the Report. Earlier, Faisal Saleh Hayat on a point of order criticised the government for asking the UN Secretary General to delay the Report. He said that the people of Pakistan are waiting for this Report for the last two years. He asked the treasury benched to inform the House that why was the Report delayed. I hope the Report will be published by April 15. If the findings of UN Commission prove PML-Q innocent, then the people saying PML-Q as 'Qatil League will have to make apology from the PML-Q and the people of Pakistan, Faisal said. Parliamentary Secretary for Health Mehreen Razzaq Bhutto responding to another calling attention notice said that the Ministry of Environment has been approached to get NOC for incinerators in the federal capital. She told that at present the hospitals waste of the federal capital was being sent to the Holy Family Hospital Rawalpindi to dispose it of. Responding to another Calling Attention Notice regarding import of hi-tech scanners, Minister of State for Interior Tasneem Qureshi told the House that total five scanners were imported out of which two were installed at Rawat and Kashmir Highway while the remaining three would be installed on other points. Earlier, the House passed the Alternative Energy Development Board Bill, which was moved by Minister for Water and Power Raja Pervez Ashraf. The Chair referred two other bills to the Mediation Committee of the House to be formed later by the Speaker. The bills included the Stock Exchanges (Corporatization, Demutualization and Integration) Bill and the Modaraba (Floatation and Control) (Amendment) Bill. During the question hour, Minister for Privatisation Waqar Ahmed Khan informed the House that the privatisation of PTCL was not done in a transparent way during the previous regime. He said that the Etisalat has so far paid $1.3 billion for the privatisation of PTCL shares. Etisalat owes another $800 million to Pakistan government, which have not been paid yet. The Speaker referred the matter to the Standing Committee on Privatisation of the House. Parliamentary Secretary for Finance and Revenue Sajjadul Hassan said that the FBR plans to collect optimum amount of tax revenue to increase the tax to GDP ratio to 13 to 15 percent during the next five years. For this purpose a number of tax policy initiatives have been undertaken, he added. To another question, Interior Minister Rehman Malik in a written reply said that that 12,653 cases were registered in various police stations of Islamabad during the period from first March 2008 till March 21, 2010. Minister Incharge of the Prime Ministers Secretariat in a written reply informed the House that work on over 18,400 schemes is in progress. He said over fifty-eight billion rupees were allocated for these projects during the last and current financial years for these projects.