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  1. Imran, in an interview with a private channel, was commenting on the National Accountability Bureau (NAB)?s request today to the Ministry of Interior to place Nawaz, daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Capt (retd) Safdar's names on the ECL-Photo:File ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Wednesday said that whether names of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his children are placed on the Exit Control List (ECL) is a test case for Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. Imran, in an interview with a private channel, was commenting on the National Accountability Bureau's request today to the Ministry of Interior to place Nawaz, daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Capt (retd) Safdar's names on the ECL. About the defeat in the Lodhran by-poll, the PTI chief said that the party had fielded a new candidate and he was not able to able satisfy their voters. We will not repeat past mistakes in and are fully ready to contest the upcoming general elections, Imran said. Major upset in Lodhran as PML-N wins NA-154 by-election: unofficial results PML-N won by a margin of 27,609 votes according to provisional results Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz had won the by-polls for the constituency of NA-154 Lodhran in a major upset for PTI before the general elections, The seat fell vacant in the wake of the disqualification of PTI leader Jahangir Tareen by the Supreme Court in December 2017. Considered the home ground of Tareen, PTI had won the seat with a margin of around 40,000 votes in a previous by-election in 2015. In response to the defeat, Imran on Tuesday had said that 'every setback is an opportunity to analyse mistakes'.
  2. Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah. -Geo News ISLAMABAD: Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah on Wednesday said, alluding to the National Accountability Bureau's (NAB) request to add Sharif family members name to the Exit Control List (ECL), that the law and rules in the country should be the same for everyone. NAB formally requested the Ministry of Interior to place former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Capt (retd) Safdar's names on the ECL. "There is no reference against Sharjeel Memon, yet he presented himself in the court. Others have had references presented against them, yet they are free to roam around," said Shah. The opposition leader further said rules and regulations should be the same for those caught in similar cases. "If now they are being treated like everyone else, let it be," added Shah while indirectly referring to Nawaz and family. When asked if Sharif family members should be added to the ECL, the opposition leader maintained his stance and added that if the accountability body has asked for it, then the interior ministry will have to act. "If they do not act, then they should also free Sharjeel Memon and remove his name from ECL." NAB dispatched two letters to the ministry, one asking for Nawaz Sharif to be placed on ECL citing him being an accused in the Azizia Mills reference, Flagship reference and Avenfield properties reference. In the second letter, it requested to place Maryam Nawaz Sharif and her husband Captain (retired) Safdar to on the ECL as both are accused in the Avenfield properties reference.
  3. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/66275cc1c14c6b08636bcb407cff158d.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Mi85LzIwMTggNjoxNzozOSBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPUNNNlZ3RXpXUExjVGFHK3cyQkRRc2c9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court resumed hearing on Friday its suo motu notice of the Axact fake degree scandal. As proceedings began today, a two-member bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar ordered to place the name of Axact chief Shoaib Shaikh and six other accused on the Exit Control List (ECL). The Supreme Court also directed the Sindh High Court to form a bench next week and decide on the cases related to Axact within 15 days. Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Director General Bashir Memon appeared in court today. When the chief justice asked if Axact is a company and since when it has been registered, Memon informed the court that the company has been registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan since before July 2006 and says it exports software. The bench was informed further that Axact operated 330 universities but they all existed on a webpage only. Memon added that 70 per cent of its revenue was from the online universities. "A degree from Axact cost $5,000," the FIA chief said, adding that it would be available within an hour. At the last hearing of the case on Wednesday, Chief Justice Nisar had observed that anyone found associated with the scandal will not be spared. He had also summoned the accused today. Axact claims to be the "world's largest IT company" and operates hundreds of fake online universities run by agents from a Karachi-based call centre. At the last hearing, the FIA DG had informed the court about the status of the case. The FIA chief informed the bench that Axact's headquarter is located in Karachi, adding that the scandal first surfaced in May 2015 after the publication of an article in a foreign publication. He added that employees on one floor of the organisation's office often did not know what was happening on other floors. Axact executive pleads guilty in 'diploma mill' scam, faces 20 years in US prison Umair Hamid pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison: US Dept of Justice Memon stated that websites of 330 global universities were created from Karachi, adding that the numbers on the sites would be foreign but were received in Karachi. Responding to the chief justice's query about the status of cases against Axact, the FIA chief informed that the agency lodged four cases in total. "In two cases, the suspects were exonerated, the decisions of which were challenged in the high courts," Memon said, adding that one case is under way in Karachi while the one in Peshawar is yet to start. Responding to the statement, the chief justice summoned the registrars of Islamabad and Sindh high courts at the next hearing. "The country's name is being brought into disrepute," the chief justice had observed. Won't spare anyone found involved in Axact degree case: CJP DG FIA informs CJP-led bench that hundreds of fake university websites were created at Axact HQs in Karachi The chief justice had taken suo motu notice of the scandal on January 19. Axact claims to be the "world's largest IT company" and operates hundreds of fake online universities run by agents from a Karachi-based call centre. In 2015, it sold more than 215,000 fake qualifications globally through approximately 350 fictitious high schools and universities, making $51m (£37.5m) that year alone. Axact's chief executive was arrested and an investigation launched by the Pakistani authorities after a New York Times expose in 2015. A senior manager of the company, Umair Hamid, was sentenced to 21 months in a US prison in August 2017 for his part in Axact's fraud.
  4. The late Shahzeb Khan (L), suspect Shahrukh Jatoi (R) KARACHI: The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Saturday issued orders to put names of suspects in Shahzeb Khan murder case on the Exit Control List, as it accepted the appeal of civil society activists against the Sindh High Court's (SHC) retrial order for hearing. During hearing of the appeal at the Supreme Court?s Karachi Registry, a three-member bench led by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar directed the government and interior ministry to place the names of suspects Shahrukh Jatoi, Siraj Talpur, Sajjad Talpur and Ghulam Murtaza Lashari on the ECL. The apex court also directed the interior ministry to issue relevant instructions to all airports in the country. The court also issued bailable arrest warrants for the suspects and sent out notices to all the respondents in the case. Members of civil society had approached the Supreme Court against the SHC ruling which set aside the death penalty for Shahrukh Jatoi and others convicted for the 2012 murder of Shahzeb and ordered their retrial by a sessions court. Ten civil society activists ? including Jibran Nasir, Jamshed Raza Mahmood, Afiya Shehrbano Zia, Naeem Sadiq, Nazim Fida Hussain Haji, Zulfiqar Shah, Aquila Ismail, Fahim Zaman Khan, and Naziha Syed Ali ? had filed a criminal petition in the Supreme Court's Karachi Registry challenging the SHC?s November 28, 2017 ruling which stated that the murder case does not fall within the jurisdiction of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997. Civil activists approach Supreme Court against SHC ruling in Shahzeb murder case Activists have filed a petition in SC Karachi registry against SHC ruling which set aside death penalty for Shahrukh Jatoi and others convicted in Shahzeb Khan murder case In their petition, the civil society members stated that they have the legal standing to file the petition for leave to appeal as they are citizens of Karachi and reside in the same locality ? Defence Housing Authority ? where the murder took place. They stated in the petition that the incident was not just of an individual nature, but carried serious repercussions for the society at large. On December 23, 2017, Jatoi, the son of an influential feudal, and other defendants in the Shahzeb Khan murder case, were released from custody on bail after Shahzeb?s father submitted an affidavit in support of the defendant's bail application. Shahzeb was gunned down by Jatoi in a posh locality of Karachi on December 25, 2012. An ATC in 2013 had awarded death sentences to Jatoi and Siraj Talpur for the murder of Shahzeb, while life sentences were awarded to Sajjad Ali Talpur and Ghulam Murtaza Lashari.
  5. Dr Asim Hussain in custody of Rangers. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court allowed on Monday Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Dr Asim Hussain to go abroad after ordering the removal of his name from the Exit Control List (ECL). However, the court stated that Dr Asim has to take permission from the trial court before he leaves the country. During today's hearing, Dr Asim's counsel, Latif Khosa, informed the two-member bench headed by Justice Mushir Alam that his client's name was not taken off the ECL despite earlier orders of the apex court. Justice Qazi Faez Isa observed that the petitioner should not flee the country on the pretext of medical treatment. On November 16, the same bench had directed the government to strike off Dr Asim's name from the ECL so he could travel abroad for medical treatment. Dr Asim ECL case: SC issues contempt of court notice to interior secretary Dr Hussain's counsel Lateef Khosa informed the two-member SC bench that his client's name was not taken off from the ECL until Thursday Failure by the government to do so led Dr Asim to file a contempt petition against the Interior Ministry before the same bench. On Friday, the bench had issued a contempt notice to the interior secretary for failing to strike off Dr Asim's name. Dr Asim's detention Dr Asim, a close aide of former president and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari, was detained by the Rangers in August 2015, while he was heading the provincial higher education department. He was later transferred to the custody of the civilian law enforcement agencies. Still on ECL: Dr Asim seeks contempt proceedings against Interior Ministry Supreme Court on Nov 16 had ordered removal of Dr Asim Hussain's name from Exit Control List He faces two corruption references filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). He is also alleged to have provided treatment and protection to terrorists at the Ziauddin Hospital, owned by him. His name was first added to the ECL on the NAB's request on November 24, 2015. On March 31 this year, after 19 months in custody, Dr Asim was released when he secured bail in all three cases against him. Following his release, he was shifted from the Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Complex to the Ziauddin Hospital. The Sindh High Court, on March 29, approved the former minister's bail request after he furnished his passports that were being held by the Anti-Terrorism Court in connection.
  6. ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Friday issued contempt of court notice against Interior Secretary for not striking off the name of Pakistan Peoples Party leader Dr Asim Hussain from the Exit Control List despite orders. Dr Hussain's counsel Lateef Khosa informed the two-member SC bench that his client's name was not taken off from the ECL until Thursday. The petitioner requested the court to start contempt of court proceedings against Interior Ministry for its non-compliance in implementing November 16 order to remove his name from the ECL. Justice Mushir Alam said during the hearing: "We read in a newspaper that Dr Asim's name had already been removed from the ECL." "You people must have done the same thing while your party was in power, which is why its happening to you now," Justice Alam said. The court adjourned the case until November 29, and issued a notice to the interior secretary, seeking his reply on the next hearing.
  7. LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Friday requested NAB Headquarters to place the names of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's sons, Hasan and Hussain Nawaz, on the Exit Control List (ECL), reported Geo News NAB Lahore sent a letter to its headquarters for further action on the same. NAB laws don?t apply to me and my brother, says Hasan Nawaz Three British Pakistani experts say the NAB warrants and summons have no value and are not applicable to Hasan and Hussain Earlier in October, Hasan said that the summons, warrants or proceedings by NAB do not apply to him and his brother Hussain Nawaz as both of them hold British nationalities. An accountability court had ordered the initiation of the process of declaring Hasan and Hussain proclaimed offenders for not appearing before the court. The brothers, who reside outside Pakistan, are accused in all three references ordered by the Supreme Court in its July 28 verdict in the Panama Papers case: Avenfield properties, Azizia Steel Mills and Hill Metals Establishment, and Flagship Investment Ltd. At a hearing of the references on October 9, Judge Mohammad Bashir had accepted NAB's plea to declare Hussain and Hasan proclaimed offenders and separated their proceedings in the three references filed against them. Their non-bailable arrest warrants, issued at the last hearing on October 2, remain in effect.
  8. PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif should be placed on the Exit Control List (ECL), argued Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Fawad Chaudhry on Wednesday. Speaking to the media outside the Supreme Court, Chaudhry said Nawaz's frequent travels are delaying the corruption proceedings against him. "The people of Pakistan need a logical conclusion of the case," he said. Giving the example of Pakistan Peoples Party leader Sharjeel Memon's comments on his arrest that Nawaz's son-in-law is given bail by a trial court but he isn't, Chaudhry commented that a commoner feels that the Sharif family is given preferential treatment after hearing such things. PML-N leaders' press talk Addressing the media separately, Federal Privatisation Minister Daniyal Aziz said there is no deadline in the PTI leader Imran Khan and Jahangir Tareen disqualification case in the Supreme Court. "We were told that investigations have been completed but now the respondent is searching for evidence," he claimed. Later, State Interior Minister Tallal Chaudhry said Tareen is a specialist in white-collar crime. "If he is not punished by the court for corruption and misdirection then no one in Pakistan should serve any criminal sentence," he added.
  9. LHC issued notices to interior ministry, federation over petition seeking Nawaz's name to be placed in ECL LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Tuesday issued notices to the federation and Interior Ministry and sought their replies by August 25 over a petition seeking the placement of the name of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on the Exit Control List (ECL). The petitioner, Barrister Javed Iqbal, argued in the hearing conducted by Justice Mamoon-ur-Rasheed that Nawaz might try to flee the country due to the investigation against him by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in light of the July 28 Panama Papers verdict. Petition filed in SC for arrest, ECL placement of Sharif family Petitioner states NAB law allows arrest of suspects; chance Sharif family flees abroad The former prime minister was disqualified by the Supreme Court in its verdict and had ordered to file references against him, after which NAB summoned him and his sons and daughter. The Sharifs, however, failed to appear before the bureau; therefore there is a possibility Nawaz would try to flee abroad, the petition said. Sharif was disqualified under Article 62 (1) (f) of the Constitution over his failure to disclose un-withdrawn receivables constituting assets from a UAE-based company. The court also ordered references against the Sharif family members and other accused in accountability courts.
  10. ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday dismissed a petition requesting that the names of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his family be added to the Exit Control List (ECL). The court termed the petition non-maintainable. The petitioner had pleaded the court to add names of Nawaz Sharif, Hussain Nawaz, Hassan Nawaz, Maryam Nawaz, Capt (retd) Safdar and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar's name be added to the ECL. The petition was filed days after the apex court had ordered Nawaz to step down as prime minister following its verdict in the Panama Papers case.
  11. Islamabad High Court ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) will hear on Monday a petition calling for placing Nawaz Sharif on the Exit Control List (ECL). The ECL is maintained by the Interior Ministry to ensure criminals or suspects wanted for various crimes do not escape the country. The petition calls for putting Nawaz, his children, son-in-law, and Ishaq Dar on the ECL. The petition has also pleaded freezing of bank accounts of the respondents. The Supreme Court, in its judgment in the Panama Papers case, disqualified Nawaz as prime minister on July 28. Sharif was disqualified under Article 62 (1) (f) of the Constitution over his failure to disclose un-withdrawn receivables constituting assets from a UAE-based company. It stated that he was not ?honest? and ?truthful?, as per the country?s Constitution.
  12. Then PM Nawaz Sharif after his appearance before the Panamacase JIT in June. Photo: File LAHORE: A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court?s Lahore Registry pleading for placing the names of former premier Nawaz Sharif, his children Maryam, Hussain and Hasan, and son-in-law MNA Capt (retd) Safdar in the Exit Control List (ECL). The petition has been filed by the Khudai Khidmatgar institute. The petition pleads that the Supreme Court has ordered the National Accountability Bureau to file references against the Sharif family members. It states that as per Section 24 (a) of the NAB Ordinance, 1999, persons against whom inquiries are ongoing can be arrested on orders of the NAB chairman. NAB to file four references against Sharif family, Dar References would be filed by NAB Rawalpindi, will be pursued in an accountability court The petitioner also claims that there is a fear that the Sharif family members present in the country can flee abroad. Therefore, the court should place the respondents on the ECL and have them arrested as per the law. Then prime minister Nawaz Sharif was disqualified from holding public office by the Supreme Court on Friday. Sharif was disqualified under Article 62 (1) (f) of the Constitution over his failure to disclose un-withdrawn receivables constituting assets from a UAE-based company. It implied he was not ?honest? and ?truthful?, as per the country?s Constitution. The court also ordered references against the Sharif family members and other accused in accountability courts.
  13. ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court sought on Thursday a reply from the Interior Ministry regarding placing of Dr Asim Hussain?s name on the Exit Control List (ECL). The three-member bench, headed by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan, was hearing Dr Asim?s plea to remove his name from the ECL. Pakistan Peoples Party Karachi President Dr Asim ? out on bail in cases of corruption and terrorism ? has requested the court to allow him to travel out of the country for back surgery. The bench observed that it wants to have the ministry?s version on record regarding putting Dr Asim?s name on the ?no-fly list?. Consider forming cross-provincial medical board for Dr Asim, SC observes Court issues notice on NAB's plea seeking cancellation of Dr Asim Hussain's bail Dr Asim ? a former federal minister and close aide of former president Asif Ali Zardari ? faces trial in two cases of alleged corruption of over Rs450 billion and another of allegedly facilitating and treating terrorists at his medical facility ? Dr Ziauddin Hospital. He was released from the sub-jail at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre in Karachi on March 31 this year after obtaining bail in all the cases lodged against him. He was initially arrested by the Rangers in August 2015 and then transferred into police custody.
  14. KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Friday reserved its verdict over former petroleum minister Dr Asim Hussain?s plea of removing his name from the Exit Control List (ECL). The Pakistan Peoples Party Karachi Division president and close aide of former president Asif Ali Zardari ? currently out on bail in several cases of corruption and terrorism ? claims he needs urgent surgery abroad. Dr Asim Hussain files petition to remove name from ECL Dr Hussain needs to travel abroad for a surgery, lawyer tells SHC At the last hearing, the federal government had opposed the removal of Dr Asim?s name from the no-fly list, informing the two-judge SHC bench ? headed by Justice Junaid Ghaffar ? that the accused has been put on the ECL on the order of the court as well as on recommendations of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). The accused faces trial in two cases of alleged corruption of over Rs450 billion and another of allegedly facilitating and treating terrorists at his medical facility ? Dr Ziauddin Hospital. The NAB prosecutor had informed the bench at the last hearing that Dr Asim had been granted bail in the corruption cases on medical grounds, following which the court had directed him to deposit his passports and also directed the Interior Ministry to place his name on the ECL. Dr Asim Hussain released from prison after 19 months Former petroleum advisor secured bail after furnishing passports and surety bonds worth Rs 5,000,000 Dr Asim was released from the sub-jail at Jinnah hospital in Karachi on March 31 this year after obtaining bail in all the cases lodged against him. He was arrested by the Rangers in August 2015 and then transferred into police custody. Power of attorney plea rejected The SHC bench also rejected Dr Asim?s plea to transfer his power of attorney to his son, who resides in Dubai. On May 1, the SHC had reserved its verdict on the petition. In the earlier hearings, the judges had questioned why the petitioner wanted to transfer the power of attorney to his son as he was out of jail on bail and could look after the properties himself. Dr Asim?s lawyer had informed the court that while the petitioner was released on bail, he could not travel to Dubai to look after his business. He added that his client wanted his son, Amad Hussain, to look after the family businesses and properties. All the requisite documents were provided to the foreign affairs ministry for verification of the power of attorney but the officials refused, the counsel had said, pleading the court to direct the foreign ministry to do so. Dr Asim files FIR, fears his life's under threat He said a few suspicious looking cars followed him in Karachi The bench was informed that delays in transferring the power of attorney to Dr Asim?s son are causing financial losses to the petitioner. The federal government had opposed the move, alleging that the petitioner wants to transfer power of attorney to his son so he can sell the controversial properties and businesses as their source of funding is not legal.
  15. MARDAN: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police approached on Thursday the Federal Investigation Agency to put the name of main accused in Mashal Khan’s lynching, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf tehsil councillor Arif, on the Exit Control List. KP police arrested another on-the-run suspect Ali Khan in relation to the killing of Mashal Khan, a student at the Abdul Wali Khan University in Mardan. The number of the arrested in the case has reached 48 so far. The main suspect Arif is reportedly on the run and police is searching for him. Additional Inspector General Police Dr Ishtiaq Ahmed has sent the request to the FIA to put the main suspect Arif’s name on the ECL. The document also has the passport and CNIC numbers of the absconders in the case. On May 2, as many as ten suspects refused to accept charges laid against them in the mob lynching case. According to reports, two staffers and eight students of Abdul Wali Khan University were brought in court after completion of their remand. The defendants rejected the charges before the magistrate, however, the judge ordered to send the suspects back to jail on judicial remand till May 16. On April 27, police said the person who shot Mashal Khan had been arrested. The person identified as Imran was a classmate of Mashal in the journalism department. Shortly after the incident, PTI chairman Imran Khan, whose party is in power in KP, had condemned the incident and called for action against those responsible for the murder. Mashal Khan a student at the Abdul Wali Khan University in Mardan was lynched by an angry mob on the premises of the University after being accused of blasphemy.
  16. KARACHI/ISLAMABAD: Pakistan International Airlines’ (PIA) acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Bernd Hildenbrand has been removed from his post, read a PIA notification issued Friday, however his name continues to remain on the Exit Control List (ECL). The German national is on the ECL pending an investigation by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) into corruption and illegal actions by him. The FIA is carrying out an investigation against Hildenbrand for leasing aircraft at inflated rates in comparison to prevailing market rates and for selling a PIA Airbus A310 aircraft to a German museum in violation of rules and regulations. Earlier on April 6, Hildenbrand had gone on a 15-day leave. He, however, cannot leave the country until his name is removed from the ECL. The notification further said that Chief Financial Office (CFO) Nayyar Hayat has been given the charge of acting CEO of the national flag-carrier.