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  1. Bilawal says Central Executive Committee meeting has been delayed as a Senate session has been called on April 5
  2. PPP leader Qamar Zaman Kaira says slot of opposition leader in the Senate was not a matter of life and death for PPP
  3. "PDM should focus on the card of no-confidence motion and options within Parliament," says PPP's Bilawal Bhutto
  4. A view of Sindh Assembly. Photo: file KARACHI/PESHAWAR: Provincial assemblies of Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa completed their five-year constitutional term midnight on Monday, after which both the legislative assemblies stand dissolved.Speaker...
  5. A view of Sindh Assembly. Photo: file KARACHI: The Sindh Assembly?s Constitutional tenure will end at midnight tonight after the chief minister?s 27-member cabinet seizes to exist after Monday, May 28, 2018. Today?s last session at the Sindh...
  6. Photo: FilePESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf lawmakers submitted resolutions in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh assemblies on Wednesday condemning Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leaders Rana Sanaullah and Abid Sher Ali?s remarks against party...
  7. Map of National Assembly constituencies for Islamabad Capital territory. ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has launched maps of all the districts of preliminary delimitation of constituencies for public convenience. The maps have been launched for all the National and Provincial Assembly constituencies. Constituency map for Bajaur Agency Two week ago, the electoral body had published the list of preliminary delimitation of constituencies of national and provincial assemblies. The new delimitation of electoral constituencies was carried out under population census that was held recently. According to the notification of the Commission, Islamabad capital territory will have 3 constituencies, Punjab 141, Sindh 61, KPK 39, Balochistan 16 and Federally Administered Tribal Areas will have 12 constituencies in the national assembly. Abbottabad district constituency map As per the list of new constituencies, the number of seats of Sindh and FATA will remain the same while Punjab has lost 7 seats. However, Federal Capital Islamabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan have gained one, four and two seats respectively. As per preliminary list, the first constituency of National Assembly will be NA-1 Chitral instead of Peshawar while last constituency will be Lasbella, Balochistan. The constituencies of NA in KP would be from NA-1 to NA-39 while in FATA the constituencies of NA from 40 to 51. In federal capital Islamabad the constituencies of NA would be NA-52 to NA-54. geo_embedgallery In Punjab the constituencies of NA would be from NA-55 to NA-195. The first constituency of Punjab Assembly would be Attock and last would be Rajanpur. In Sindh, the constituencies of NA would be from NA-196 to NA-256 Karachi. In Balochistan, the constituencies of NA would be from NA-256 Qila Saifullah Sheerani to NA-272 Gwadar.
  8. ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan has notified the shares of districts/agencies, Fata and Islamabad Capital Territory for the seats of national and provincial assemblies in light of the provisional results of census 2017. As per the notification issued by the ECP, Islamabad, with its population of 2,001,579 will have three share of seats in the National Assembly. For the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, each agency and frontier region has been given its shares as per the quota, which is 416,380. The total calculates to 11.99, which is the shares of seats for the tribal agencies and frontier regions combined in the National Assembly. In Fata, Bajaur Agency has the highest population, of 1,093,684, with 2.63 share of seats in the National Assembly. Out of the agencies and frontier regions, FR Lakki Marwat has the lowest population, of 26,359, and has been given a share of 0.06. Besides, Khyber Agency with its population of 986,973 will have 2.37 of shares in the National Assembly, Kurram Agency has a population of 619,553 so will have a share of 1.49, Mohmand Agency has 466,984 people and will have 1.12 of shares, North Waziristan has 543,254 people and will have 1.3 share of seats, Orakzai has 254,256 with 0.61 shares and South Waziristan 674,065 with 1.62 shares. In the frontier regions, FR DI Khan has 68,556 people and 0.16 shares, FR Bannu has 43,114 with a share of 0.1, FR Kohat has 118,578 with 0.28 shares, FR Peshawar has 64,691 people with 0.16 representation, and FR Tank has a population of 36,389 with 0.09 representation in the National Assembly. Distribution in provinces Balochistan has been given a quota of 771,546 in the National Assembly and 242,054 in the provincial assembly. The province ? which has an area larger than its population needs ? will have 16.01 shares in the National Assembly and 51 in the provincial assembly. Quetta has the largest population, of 2,275,699, and has been given 2.95 in the National Assembly and 9.4 of the shares in the provincial assembly. Harnai has the lowest, of 97,017 people, with 0.13 in the National Assembly and 0.4 in Balochistan Assembly. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been given a quota of 782,651 with 38.99 in the National Assembly and 308,317 with 99.01 in the provincial assembly. Peshawar has the largest population, 4,269,079 with 5.45 shares in the National Assembly and 13.85 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly. On the other hand, Torghar has the lowest number of people ? 171,395 ? with 0.22 shares in National Assembly and 0.56 in the provincial assembly. Punjab has been given a quota of 780,266 with 141.01 shares in the National Assembly and 370,429 with 297 shares in the provincial assembly. Senate approves delimitation bill The bill was introduced in the House by Minister-In-Charge of Law and Justice Lahore has the largest population 11,126,285 with 14.26 share of seat in the National Assembly and 30.04 in Punjab Assembly. Hafizabad has the lowest population in Punjab ? 1,156,957 ? with 1.48 share of seats in the National Assembly and 3.12 in the provincial assembly. Sindh has been given a quota of 785,135 with 61.01 share of seats in the National Assembly and 368,410 with 130.01 in the provincial assembly. Karachi (West) has population of 3,914,757 with 4.99 share of seats in the National Assembly and 10.63 in the Sindh Assembly. Tando Muhammad Khan has the lowest population, 677,228, with 0.86 share of seats in the National Assembly and 1.84 in the provincial assembly.
  9. KARACHI/LONDON: Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif asserted early Thursday that representative assemblies will complete their term and there is no such problem, which may delay elections in the country. Asif's assertion followed National Assembly (NA) Speaker Ayaz Sadiq's statement in which he had expressed fears that assemblies might not be able to complete their tenure. Sadiq had said that uncertainty had been looming and fuelled by instances such as the delimitation bill not being passed. "The speaker expressed concern over circumstances in the country," the minister said, while speaking to newsmen upon reaching London. "Legislation has its own pressures, however, the government and assemblies will complete their term." NA speaker expresses fear over assemblies not completing tenure Ayaz Sadiq expresses concern over delimitation bill not being passed yet He said that situation in Pakistan is better and soon [the government] will overcome all problems. Asif said the perception of democracy weakening in the country is wrong and there is no threat to the next elections. "The government has achieved 70-80 per cent of its targets. The promises Nawaz Sharif made are being fulfilled." He further said that forging alliances and opposing them is the right of opposition parties, adding, "We know how to defend ourselves." The minister said the purpose of his visit is to hold meetings with investors in UK. Asif confirmed that he would also meet former premier Nawaz Sharif, however, added, "Rumours about a major, very important meeting are not true." Commenting on religious extremism in Pakistan, he said that it grew in the 1980s due to the Afghan war, but soon it will turn into religious harmony.
  10. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/41155a58eeb8cfc5b4bb0fc0618acd44.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTIvMTMvMjAxNyA2OjM1OjQ4IFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9SHpYWnlxNkpla2hySFJ6TGVadEhJZz09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] KARACHI: National Assembly Speaker Ayaz Sadiq, who is also a leader of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, said on Wednesday that he fears assemblies will not be able to complete their tenure. While speaking on Geo News show Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Sath, Sadiq said uncertainty was looming and has been fuelled by instances such as the delimitation bill not being passed. The NA speaker also expressed concern over the delimitation bill not being passed and said small provinces of the country will take the issue to the court. Sadiq added that if Punjab was ready to reduce the number of its seats for the benefits of the smaller provinces, the provinces will inquire and go to court as provinces are in agreement. However, Sadiq said, the Election Commission of Pakistan has asked for time to go through the process. ?Chances are that people will start resorting to the option of [demanding] resignations.? Senate unlikely to pass delimitation bill today The bill was earlier expected to sail through the Senate after ?backdoor contacts? between PPP and the ruling PML-N The delimitation of constituencies was decided in line with the provisional results of the latest census. The bill has already been adopted by the National Assembly, but the government has so far failed to get it approved by the Senate, despite repeated attempts. The speaker said this was the first time he has felt hopeless towards politics. Talking about the Faizabad sit-in and Model Town turmoil, Sadiq said the government could not do much as it was feared that even the slightest use of force would wreak havoc. ?I was not this upset even in 2002 during Musharraf?s tenure as I?m now,? he said. ?It is not necessary that martial law disrupts the system, but Pakistan has been vulnerable in the past.? Nevertheless, Sadiq said, the government and even parties in the opposition ? with the exception of one ? want the government to complete its tenure. ?Now it is for the public to decide who has the potential to make the country better.? He added there is a need to strengthen the country?s system as ?external threats are much bigger than the internal threats?. Pakistan Peoples Party has played a vital role in this as they have been saying since day one that the system must not be derailed, the speaker added. According to the new delimitation of constituencies, Punjab's seat share in the National Assembly will decrease by nine seats, while Islamabad will get one more seat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa five and Balochistan three more. NA seats for FATA and Sindh will remain unchanged.
  11. ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif has said that the ruling party always has an option to dissolve the assemblies if they are faced with a situation which calls for it. ?Ruling parties always have this option. If it comes to that, and if we face a situation which calls for it, then we might go for it. But there has been no discussion on this as yet and no decision either? he said in an interview to a private channel. It will be a political move, the foreign minister added. He also said Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are not in a position either to dissolve their assemblies. Asif?s comments are in response to the increasing calls for resignations from political opponents, the latest being demands for Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif to step down. An unprecedented alliance of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Chief Tahirul Qadri on Thursday demanded Shehbaz?s resignation in the wake of the Model Town inquiry report. ?Enough is enough! Nawaz Sharif?s brother Shehbaz must resign. After this report, he stands condemned, and a condemned man cannot remain the chief minister of the largest province of Pakistan,? Zardari told reporters at a press conference alongside Qadri in Lahore. Model Town report: Zardari, Tahirul Qadri demand Shehbaz Sharif?s resignation 'Now we will not tolerate Shehbaz; we'll fight and take to streets,' says Zardari after meeting Qadri The foreign minister criticised the alliance, saying ?people of the same flock? are coming together and trying to achieve what should only be done through a vote. He also slammed Zardari, saying the PPP co-chairman has destroyed PPP and is celebrating the demise of the party envisioned by its founders, in a reference to Zardari?s dance moves at a rally. Model Town report The Punjab government, at the behest of the Lahore High Court, made the report for the Model Town incident public on December 5. The report was drafted by Justice Baqir Najfi and termed the 2014 tragedy in Lahore's Model Town as the "most unfortunate incident" in the country's history. Justice Baqir Najfi commission inquiry report said that police tried to cover up the facts regarding who gave orders to open fire on protesters, according to the commission report released Tuesday. The report added that no legal opinion was sought from the Punjab advocate general prior to the start of the operation. The commission also stated that on the ground, the standoff continued the whole night, resulting in minor injuries to police constables as well as PAT workers.
  12. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/7ceb5098ac12a4a301f30aa6eed3d8e7.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTEvNi8yMDE3IDQ6Mjk6MzggUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1vSjNNSDBxK2VyT1ZYUGJSRHJZaUFnPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal on Monday rejected calls for early elections and said the assemblies will be dissolved on June 5, 2018, after completing their constitutional tenure. Iqbal, in the company of the PML-N leaders, said Pakistan is a democracy and the only NRO in the existing in the country is the one in the hands of the people. The interior minister further said all political parties of the country had agreed that the provisional results of the census would be used to hold the next general elections and it is not possible to conduct next year's elections on the results of the 1998 census. He said it would be unfair to the smaller provinces if the elections are held on the results of the '98 census. Iqbal added that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) will start preparing for the general elections after the passing of a Constitution amendment on November 10. Again rubbishing the talk of early elections, the interior minister reiterated that political parties of the country need to accept the provisional results and move forward as there is no chance of early elections. The interior minister elaborated that according to the provisional results, nine seats will be lessened from Punjab's share while KP will gain 5 seats. Balochistan will also gain 3 seats while Islamabad Capital Territory will also see an increase of a seat. Referring to rumours of a technocrat setup, Iqbal said there is no space in the Constitution or the government for such an arrangement. Jamiat Ulema Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rahman also strongly rejected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's call for the dissolution of assemblies through a mutual consensus. Earlier today, opposition Leader in the National Assembly (NA) Khursheed Shah said that the PPP does not support the call for early elections in the country. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has been advocating early elections in the country. Moreover, the parliament is yet to pass a bill which will fulfill legal requirements for holding elections next year in light of the latest census. The PTI and PPP, among other parties, want the delimitations bill to be discussed in the Council of Common Interests before it is made into law. Political parties have yet to pass legislation on the delimitation of constituencies, deemed a constitutional necessity by the ECP, with regards to the holding of general elections next year.
  13. PESHAWAR: Jamiat Ulema Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rahman Monday strongly rejected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's call for the dissolution of assemblies through a mutual consensus. Of late, the PTI has taken the stance that the incumbent government has failed to deliver and the country should go for early elections. Don't support call for early elections, says Khursheed Shah PPP leader says next general elections can be held on basis of 1998 census results Speaking at a news conference, Fazl said, "It was better to suggest rolling back democracy and imposing martial law in the country, instead of calling for the dissolution of assemblies." "Will such people, who speak of unconstitutional measures for dissolution of constitutional institutions, lead the country," he questioned. Earlier in the day, Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah also said that his party does not support call for early elections. He said the PPP has no issues if the next general elections are held on the basis of the 1998 census results, however, the polls should be held on time.
  14. KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan chief Farooq Sattar has said the party's elected officials have sent their resignations to him and the party will [soon] decide on resigning from the Senate, provincial and national assemblies. He is addressing the media in Karachi after a party meeting.
  15. Rohingya Muslims fleeing military operations in Myanmar?s Rakhine state make their way to Bangladesh. Photo: Reuters Several resolutions were submitted in provincial assemblies across the country today against the persecution of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) submitted a resolution in Punjab Assembly condemning the brutal killings of Rohingya Muslims. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/35f32cec59b7ddd1491ac95b027223a0.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9OS81LzIwMTcgODo0OTo0NyBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPTdIWkdGWEpCeGptdm14RUFZc2dVOFE9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] The resolution, submitted by Opposition Leader Mian Mahmoodur Rasheed, demanded that the Nobel Peace Prize be taken back from Myanmar's state councilor and de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi for her involvement in state-sponsored killings of Rohingya Muslims. It also said that the silence of Muslim countries and being mere spectators in the ongoing violence against Rohingya community is alarming. The party submitted a similar resolution in the Sindh Assembly as well. PTI MPAs Samar Ali Khan and Khurram Sher Zaman submitted the resolution in the assembly. Addressing the media, Khan said Pakistan should take up the issue at the UN and pressurise the world community to help "our brothers". Zaman announced that the PTI will hold a protest over the issue outside the Karachi Press Club on Friday. In Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, the Pakistan Peoples Party submitted a resolution in the provincial assembly. The party's MPA, Fakhar Azam, submitted the resolution. It stated that the ongoing persecution of Rohingya is a moment of concern for the entire Islamic world. It calls for Islamic countries to rally behind Turkey's stance on the issue. Meanwhile, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement also filed an adjournment motion in the National Assembly to discuss the Rohingya crisis. A similar motion was submitted by the PTI in the NA Secretariat on Monday. 'Systematic persecution' The systematic persecution of minority Muslims is on the rise across Myanmar and not confined to the northwestern state of Rakhine, where recent violence has sent nearly 90,000 Muslim Rohingya fleeing, a Myanmar rights group said on Tuesday. PTI submits adjournment motion in NA over Rohingya crisis The motion was submitted by PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Dr Arif Alvi, Asad Umar and Shafqat Mehmood The independent Burma Human Rights Network said that persecution was backed by the government, elements among the country?s Buddhist monks, and ultra-nationalist civilian groups. ?The transition to democracy has allowed popular prejudices to influence how the new government rules, and has amplified a dangerous narrative that casts Muslims as an alien presence in Buddhist-majority Burma,? the group said in a report. The report draws on more than 350 interviews in more than 46 towns and villages over an eight-month period since March 2016. Myanmar?s government made no immediate response to the report. Authorities deny discrimination and say security forces in Rakhine are fighting a legitimate campaign against ?terrorists?.
  16. KARACHI: Chairman Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) Mustafa Kamal has said that he will stand ‘unconditionally’ with Muttahida Qaumi Movement (Pakistan) if the party resigns from all the assemblies. Speaking on Geo News' program 'Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath,' Kamal said: “If they (MQM-P) collectively resigns, the government will shake. It will be an international news that lawmakers from a party resign for the rights of a city. “I will then unconditionally stand with them,” he said, “I will be with them in every movement for the rights of Karachi. Even today, they don’t want to give resignation.” Without naming MQM-P, he called the party, “part of the problem”. “It is good that they have to come out but it is because people are buying our ideas. They are forced to do it if they don’t they will become obsolete.” Kamal said that in the million march scheduled on May 14, PSP will present demands to the provincial government. The PSP chairman, however, refrained from disclosing location for the march. Earlier on Sunday, the PSP ended its 18-day protest sit-in over civic issues in Karachi. The protest, which began on April 16, was staged outside Karachi Press Club and had been continuing since. The protesters also included women and children, besides party leaders and activists. A rally was also held from press club to Pakistan House on Sunday. Before the rally started, PSP founder Mustafa Kamal addressed the participants and announced that the party will hold a million march on May 14. “We have to prepare for the next phase starting from tomorrow,” he remarked, adding “Tomorrow [Monday] onwards, we will go to the houses of all the people to campaign for the million march.” He also said, “We can close the entire city again, if we want, but we are peaceful people.” Speaking about the other three rallies in the city on Sunday, he remarked that those political parties are just trying to preserve their false portliness. On Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), he said that the part is holding a rally for the sake of its so-called identity. “MQM never protested over public issues,” he claimed.
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