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  1. KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples? Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Monday expressed complete satisfaction on the performance of Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and his entire team while lambasting PTI over its performance in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Speaking to the media after inaugurating a fly-over in Malir the PPP chairman lauded the progress in Sindh including Karachi under his party?s government. He highlighted that sanitation work was improving and multiple roads were being built. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari added that if progress continued at the same pace, his party would surely secure its share in Karachi in the next elections. Taking a swipe at the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Bilawal said that they are complaining that they have been held accountable during his mother Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto?s tenure and during the rule of Pervez Musharraf. The PPP leader said that every time the PML-N was held accountable during PPP rule they colluded with the establishment to remove the PPP government. He asked what accountability the PML-N leadership faced during the Musharraf years, highlighting that they had signed a document and fled the country. Training his sights on the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Bilawal Bhutto said he met with the young doctors who informed him that PTI is destroying the health services setup in the province. Taking a jab at the PTI Chairman Imran Khan, who is quite active and has a massive following on social media, Bilawal said the change Khan had promised is limited only to Twitter.
  2. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/f3e15573bb32c0458207893286b6cad7.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ni83LzIwMTcgNTozMTowNiBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPVFmV2p3NWNoZ3F3bWlPYnZ4VCs3d2c9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Wednesday expressed satisfaction with the progress of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the prime minister?s family?s global financial dealings. The head of the JIT, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Additional Director-General Wajid Zia, had earlier submitted the probe team's interim progress report to the special implementation bench. After perusing the report, Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan observed that the progress so far is heading in the right direction. He added that no delay would be allowed in the 60-day deadline given to the probe team. The bench ? formed on May 2 to oversee the JIT?s work in light of the apex court?s April 20 judgment ? is headed by Justice Ejaz and comprises Justices Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Ijazul Ahsan. During the proceedings, the counsel of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's son Hussain Nawaz objected to the leaking of his client's picture during the JIT sessions. In response, the bench asked the JIT head to submit an explanation on Monday. After the hearing had concluded, Zia, in response to reporters' questions regarding problems faced by the JIT, said they will file a separate application with the court regarding these issues. Meanwhile, reports said the prime minister's elder son, Hussain, has been summoned by the JIT for the fifth time on June 9 while his elder son, Hassan, on June 10 for the second time. In its judgment in the Panama case, the court had given the JIT 60 days to complete its probe and ordered for submission of fortnightly progress reports. The bench had finalised the JIT members on May 6. Supreme Court satisfied with JIT's progress in Panama case Special three-member bench reviewed JIT's findings; rejects PTI's plea to make them public On May 22, the JIT had submitted its first progress report, for which the bench had expressed its satisfaction and allowed the high-profile probe team to continue its investigation. During that hearing, a request by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf to make the report public was rejected by the court, which observed that it will do so when it deems necessary. Controversies Tale of Whatsapp caller and the Panama JIT ISLAMABAD: Using Whatsapp, a caller introduced himself as the Registrar Supreme Court and told the top bosses of the State Bank of Pakistan and Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan to... Since the last progress report was submitted, the probe has been marred by several controversies. A news report published in The News revealed that a person claiming to be the Supreme Court registrar had surreptitiously contacted the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) and asked for specific persons to be included in the list of potential JIT members. The prime minister?s son, Hussain, had raised questions of bias against one of the SECP officials who made it to the probe team. However, those objections were not entertained by the court. Moreover, a picture of Hussain during his first visit to the JIT on May 28 was leaked to the media recently, raising questions on the credibility of the JIT?s work. In the picture, Hussain can be seen inside a room with no other pieces of furniture except for the chair he is sitting on and a table beside it. Opposition parties claimed the government itself leaked the picture to gain sympathy, however the Interior Ministry denied those claims. Picture of Hussain Nawaz waiting before JIT session goes viral PML-N workers question who leaked the photo taken from a CCTV in Federal Judicial Academy The most recent controversy surrounding the JIT stemmed from former Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz?s recent threats against the ?those investigating the prime minister?s family?. Senator Nehal Hashmi, who was the PML-N?s Sindh general secretary when he made the comments a week ago, is facing contempt charges in the Supreme Court for ?threatening the families of judges? after the court took a suo motu notice of his remarks. SC serves contempt notice to Nehal Hashmi, compares outburst with mafia threats Former PML-N member's outburst cost him his Senate seat, party membership Progress Since May 22, the JIT has summoned Hussain Nawaz four times and the premier?s younger son, Hassan, only once. Moreover, sources said, the SECP has submitted all the pertinent record related to the Sharif family?s business, including documents of the Hudaibiya Paper Mills case. The affidavit of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar with regards to the case ? recorded in front of a sessions judge during the tenure of Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf ? has also been submitted with the JIT. However, that statement, said to be damaging for the Sharif family, was later retracted by Dar. The JIT has also received a response from Qatari prince Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jaber Al-Thani after writing to him twice to record his statement. The Sharif family had earlier submitted a letter by the Qatari prince in the Supreme Court aiding the premier?s defence of his money trail. In his reply to the JIT?s summons, the prince has said he cannot travel to Pakistan but is willing to record his statement with the JIT via other means. The JIT also summoned National Bank President Saeed Ahmad and questioned him for around 12 hours. Qatari prince?s letter Former Senator Saifur Rehman ? a close aide of the prime minister ? has said that as the Qatari prince has verified the contents of his letter to the JIT, there is no need for him to come to Pakistan. Speaking on Geo News? show told Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath on Tuesday night, Rehman said the royal family member has no issues recording his statement with the JIT if they visit Doha. The JIT The Federal Judicial Academy in Islamabad where the JIT is working from. Photo: File The six-member JIT comprises its head, Zia, Amer Aziz of the State Bank of Pakistan, SECP?s Executive Director Communication Bilal Rasool, Irfan Naeem Mangi of National Accountability Bureau, Brigadier Nauman Saeed of the Inter-Services Intelligence and Brigadier Kamran Khurshid from the Military Intelligence. The Federal Judicial Academy in Islamabad has been declared as the secretariat of the JIT.
  3. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/f3e15573bb32c0458207893286b6cad7.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ni83LzIwMTcgNTozMTowNiBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPVFmV2p3NWNoZ3F3bWlPYnZ4VCs3d2c9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Wednesday expressed satisfaction with the progress of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the prime minister?s family?s global financial dealings. The head of the JIT, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Additional Director-General Wajid Zia, had earlier submitted the probe team's interim progress report to the special implementation bench. After perusing the report, Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan observed that the progress so far is heading in the right direction. He added that no delay would be allowed in the 60-day deadline given to the probe team. The bench ? formed on May 2 to oversee the JIT?s work in light of the apex court?s April 20 judgment ? is headed by Justice Ejaz and comprises Justices Sheikh Azmat Saeed and Ijazul Ahsan. During the proceedings, the counsel of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's son Hussain Nawaz objected to the leaking of his client's picture during the JIT sessions. In response, the bench asked the JIT head to submit an explanation on Monday. After the hearing had concluded, Zia, in response to reporters' questions regarding problems faced by the JIT, said they will file a separate application with the court regarding these issues. Meanwhile, reports said the prime minister's elder son, Hussain, has been summoned by the JIT for the fifth time on June 9 while his elder son, Hassan, on June 10 for the second time. In its judgment in the Panama case, the court had given the JIT 60 days to complete its probe and ordered for submission of fortnightly progress reports. The bench had finalised the JIT members on May 6. Supreme Court satisfied with JIT's progress in Panama case Special three-member bench reviewed JIT's findings; rejects PTI's plea to make them public On May 22, the JIT had submitted its first progress report, for which the bench had expressed its satisfaction and allowed the high-profile probe team to continue its investigation. During that hearing, a request by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf to make the report public was rejected by the court, which observed that it will do so when it deems necessary. Controversies Tale of Whatsapp caller and the Panama JIT ISLAMABAD: Using Whatsapp, a caller introduced himself as the Registrar Supreme Court and told the top bosses of the State Bank of Pakistan and Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan to... Since the last progress report was submitted, the probe has been marred by several controversies. A news report published in The News revealed that a person claiming to be the Supreme Court registrar had surreptitiously contacted the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) and asked for specific persons to be included in the list of potential JIT members. The prime minister?s son, Hussain, had raised questions of bias against one of the SECP officials who made it to the probe team. However, those objections were not entertained by the court. Moreover, a picture of Hussain during his first visit to the JIT on May 28 was leaked to the media recently, raising questions on the credibility of the JIT?s work. In the picture, Hussain can be seen inside a room with no other pieces of furniture except for the chair he is sitting on and a table beside it. Opposition parties claimed the government itself leaked the picture to gain sympathy, however the Interior Ministry denied those claims. Picture of Hussain Nawaz waiting before JIT session goes viral PML-N workers question who leaked the photo taken from a CCTV in Federal Judicial Academy The most recent controversy surrounding the JIT stemmed from former Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz?s recent threats against the ?those investigating the prime minister?s family?. Senator Nehal Hashmi, who was the PML-N?s Sindh general secretary when he made the comments a week ago, is facing contempt charges in the Supreme Court for ?threatening the families of judges? after the court took a suo motu notice of his remarks. SC serves contempt notice to Nehal Hashmi, compares outburst with mafia threats Former PML-N member's outburst cost him his Senate seat, party membership Progress Since May 22, the JIT has summoned Hussain Nawaz four times and the premier?s younger son, Hassan, only once. Moreover, sources said, the SECP has submitted all the pertinent record related to the Sharif family?s business, including documents of the Hudaibiya Paper Mills case. The affidavit of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar with regards to the case ? recorded in front of a sessions judge during the tenure of Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf ? has also been submitted with the JIT. However, that statement, said to be damaging for the Sharif family, was later retracted by Dar. The JIT has also received a response from Qatari prince Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jaber Al-Thani after writing to him twice to record his statement. The Sharif family had earlier submitted a letter by the Qatari prince in the Supreme Court aiding the premier?s defence of his money trail. In his reply to the JIT?s summons, the prince has said he cannot travel to Pakistan but is willing to record his statement with the JIT via other means. The JIT also summoned National Bank President Saeed Ahmad and questioned him for around 12 hours. Qatari prince?s letter Former Senator Saifur Rehman ? a close aide of the prime minister ? has said that as the Qatari prince has verified the contents of his letter to the JIT, there is no need for him to come to Pakistan. Speaking on Geo News? show told Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath on Tuesday night, Rehman said the royal family member has no issues recording his statement with the JIT if they visit Doha. The JIT The Federal Judicial Academy in Islamabad where the JIT is working from. Photo: File The six-member JIT comprises its head, Zia, Amer Aziz of the State Bank of Pakistan, SECP?s Executive Director Communication Bilal Rasool, Irfan Naeem Mangi of National Accountability Bureau, Brigadier Nauman Saeed of the Inter-Services Intelligence and Brigadier Kamran Khurshid from the Military Intelligence. The Federal Judicial Academy in Islamabad has been declared as the secretariat of the JIT.
  4. ISLAMABAD: PAKISTAN Broadcaster’s Association (PBA) on Wednesday expressed satisfaction over revocation of Axact’s TV channel license. “PBA on behalf of all electronic media industry of Pakistan, expresses satisfaction over the step finally taken by PEMRA to revoke the licenses being held by individuals who supervised fraud and extortion on an international scale”, a PBA statement read. The statement said that PBA wants to further specifically point out that Axact has been prosecuted in USA by US Justice Department and an Axact employee has confessed to being part of a 140 million dollar fake degree scam run through Axact’s Pakistan offices. And that evidence against Axact has also been handed over to the FIA by FBI. “PBA had also appealed to the courts, PEMRA and Govt that Axact channels should also be investigated for their sources of funds. Axact Channels have been airing for more than 6 months themselves saying on air that they are not accepting any advertising due to their “patriotism”, but where are the expenses being paid from? Authorities in PEMRA and SECP should ask through what is their source of income as their paid up capital is in millions, yet billions of rupees have been spent on infrastructure and other expenses, mostly all in cash”, the statement added.