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  1. Rana Sanaullah said the appointment of the next army chief is not an issue and the PM will make this appointment as the time arrives
  2. PML-N leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said the government is not considering extending the term of incumbent army chief General Bajwa
  3. "I can assure you that, at the moment, there is no ongoing process regarding the appointment of army chief," says Asif
  4. The PML-N secretary-general says govt blaming tourists in a careless, ignorant, and sarcastic manner for its own shortcomings
  5. Policemen suspended for performing duties in plainclothes, being part of special police parties
  6. Maryam Nawaz arrives at Fazlur Rehman's home after a 6-hour meeting of JUI-F's Central Working Committee
  7. A larger 39% said they disagreed and 24% said they neither agreed or disagreed with Nawaz Sharif's speech, says Gallup Pakistan survey
  8. ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Thursday, reacting to the recent statement by the Indian army chief, termed it as an irresponsible and provocative statement which was regrettable. The spokesperson said the statement by India's top soldier reflects the jingoistic mindset of India, which "can further exacerbate the already vitiated environment". The Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, who, according to Indian media outlets, had said the force was ready to call Pakistan's 'nuclear bluff' and cross the border to carry out any operation if asked by the government. "We will call the [nuclear] bluff of Pakistan. If we will have to really confront, and a task is given to us, we are not going to say we cannot cross the border because they have nuclear weapons. We will have to call their nuclear bluff," Gen Rawat said at a press conference. "Indian falsified claims and belligerent statements are motivated by an exaggerated view of its own capacities and hegemonic designs. India's mistaken belief and irresponsible rhetoric are fraught with unforeseen dangers in an already volatile strategic environment," said the FO in its weekly briefing. Indian army chief's statement amounts to 'invitation for nuclear encounter', says Asif Foreign minister responds to a recent statement by Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat The FO added that Pakistan has no desire to escalate the situation and has acted with maximum restraint. "Indian confrontational attitude is a threat to regional peace and security and may lead to a strategic miscalculation. Pakistan is fully capable of giving a befitting response to any misadventure." Detailing the current situation on the Line of Control (LoC), the FO stated that Indian forces have carried out more than 100 ceasefire violations during the first two weeks of 2018. "India has deliberately escalated tensions at the LoC and the Working Boundary, in order to try to divert the attention of the international community from the grave situation in the Indian, occupied Jammu and Kashmir, where the Indian occupation forces have unleashed a reign of terror committing brutalities against the innocent and defenseless people," added the FO. Earlier, the Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor said that Pakistan's credible nuclear deterrence is the only thing stopping India from a war. DG ISPR had responded to the Indian army chief's assertion by saying that such statements are unbecoming from a person of a responsible stature. "We believe COAS is a very responsible appointment and four-star is a rank with age-long experience and maturity," the Pakistani military spokesman said. He had further stated that Pakistan has a credible nuclear capability, exclusively meant for threat from the east. "But we believe it?s a weapon of deterrence not a choice."
  9. Chinese Foreign Ministry?s spokesperson Lu Kang. Photo: Chinese media BEIJING: Chinese Foreign Ministry?s spokesperson Lu Kang on Monday said the Indian army chief's negative remarks about China and the Donglong border area were against the consensus reached between the two countries. ?Unconstructive remarks by the senior Indian official not only go against the consensus reached between the two heads of state, they also do not conform to the efforts made by the two sides to improve and develop bilateral relations,? spokesperson Lu Kang said during his regular press briefing. According to the Indian media, on January 12, Indian army chief General Bipin Rawat said at a press conference that China is a powerful country, but India is not a weak nation, and that India should shift its military focus to the northern border. He had said that the Dong Lang area doesn't belong to India and that Indian soldiers did cross into foreign territory during the standoff. Kang said that the Indian army chief's remarks will not help to preserve the peace and stability of the border areas. He asked the Indian military to learn lessons, abide by the historical conventions between the two countries, and earnestly uphold peace and stability of the border area, in addition to creating a sound atmosphere for the positive development of bilateral relations between the two countries. Lu Kang remarked that China-India relations had witnessed some twists and turns in the past one year and said in the BRICS leaders? summit meeting in last September, the two heads of state had reached some important consensus to properly handle the differences and promote bilateral relations back to the track of sound and steady development. Recently, the two sides had enhanced dialogue and consultations and the bilateral relations had shown sound momentum of improvement and development, he added. Terming China and India as important neighbours, he observed that both the countries were at the critical stage of national development and rejuvenation. ?The two countries should enhance strategic communication, eliminate strategic doubts and conduct strategic cooperation,? he added. Kang urged the Indian side to follow the important consensus reached between the leaders of the two countries and do more things to preserve peace and stability on the border areas and refrain from doing things that may complicate the situation. He also called upon India to constructively handle the relevant affairs and promote sound and steady development of the bilateral relations. ?This is in common interest of the whole region and also serves the interest of Indian side," said Lu Kang. The spokesperson also pointed out that the remarks of the Indian army chief once again showed that the illegal trespass of the Indian border troops was clear-cut in nature. He, however, made it clear that the Donglong area belongs to China and Sikkim section of the China-India boundary had been delaminated by a historical convention. ?Donglong is China?s territory and China will continue to exercise its sovereignty rights in Donglong area in accordance with historical conventions and steadfastly uphold its territorial sovereignty,? he added. ?As I said just now, we hope India can learn from it and avoid the recurrence of some incidents that took place last year,? he added. He said the relations between the two sides had also shown signs of improvement in overall development for some time. ?I believe everybody can feel that against this background, the remark made by the top Indian military official is inconsistent with the spirit of the important consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries and the current efforts of both China and India to improve the general trend of the relations between the two parties and the promotion of strategic cooperation is also incompatible,? he added. ?We believe such remarks are not conducive to the joint efforts of the two countries to maintain peace and stability across the border and to India itself,? he concluded.
  10. Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal speaking to media in Lahore on January 14, 2017. Photo: Geo News screen grab1 LAHORE: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal remarked that the statement of Indian army chief on calling Pakistan?s ?nuclear bluff? was ?irresponsible?. Nuclear powers across the world show responsible behaviour but the statement proves that India is an ?irresponsible nuclear power?, he said while speaking to media in Lahore on Sunday. The statements by Indian army chief and US President Trump seek to pressurise Pakistan, he remarked. According to India media outlets, the Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat had said that the force was ready to call Pakistan's 'nuclear bluff' and cross the border to carry out any operation if asked by the government. Abdul Qudoos Bizenjo takes oath as Balochistan chief minister Bizenjo secured 41 out of the total 51 votes Speaking about the movement against former Balochistan chief minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri, he said that such movements are against the spirit of Pakistan. ?The CM is elected from a minority party, this shows a lot.? The people who participated in the movement have made things easier for Pakistan?s enemies, he added. On Saturday, Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid?s Abdul Qudoos Bizenjo took oath as the new Chief Minister of Balochistan after Sanaullah Zehri stepped down ahead of a no-confidence motion against him. On political opponent Imran Khan, who is the chairperson of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Iqbal remarked: ?We should stop discussing Imran Khan. He is a part of the history now. He has died his own political death.? He further said that Imran?s activities and actions have proven that he is not qualified to handle the challenges facing Pakistan. Ahsan also spoke about the current political situation in the country. Protests and sit-ins are still quite common, he said, adding ?political stability is necessary for country?s progress.? He further said: ?Five months are left in the upcoming general elections. Why are you still engaging in politics of protest?? People are only trying to achieve their agenda through protests and sit-ins, he added. ?Today?s era is not of politics rather political shocks,? he remarked. When former president Asif Ali Zardari was in power, corruption worth millions of rupees was common. However, when we came into power development projects worth millions of rupees became common, the interior minister added. Asif slams statement of Indian army chief Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif, reacting strongly to Indian army chief's statement of calling Pakistan's 'nuclear bluff', Saturday said that it amounted to an "invitation for a nuclear encounter." Indian army chief's statement amounts to 'invitation for nuclear encounter', says Asif Foreign minister responds to a recent statement by Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat Describing the statement as "very irresponsible", Asif said it wasn't befitting the office of Indian army chief and "amounts to an invitation for the nuclear encounter." "If that is what they desire, they are welcome to test our resolve.The general's doubt would swiftly be removed, inshallah,? the foreign minister said in a tweet.
  11. PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi in a meeting with Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The Opposition Leader in the National Assembly, Khursheed Shah, met Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Friday to discuss the matter of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chairman's selection. In the meeting, which lasted over an hour, Shah said he placed names given by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) in front of the prime minister. Shah said he hopes there will be consensus on the new NAB chairman's name. The PTI, which has often criticised the 'arrangement' between Shah, who hails from the largest opposition party ? Pakistan Peoples Party ? and the government, has forwarded the names of former Sindh inspector general and head of the Intelligence Bureau Shoaib Suddle, former chief secretary Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Arbab Shahzad and former Supreme Court Justice Falak Sher. Meanwhile, the MQM has proposed the names of former Justice Mahmood Rizvi, Justice Mohammad Ghaus and former Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) secretary Kanwar Dilshad. Opposition leader, govt mull over names for chairman NAB post Khursheed Shah said he and the prime minister will further consult on the matter with their respective party leaders Also on Friday, PTI's Shah Mehmood Qureshi held a meeting with Jamaat-e-Islami chief Senator Sirajul Haq in Lahore. The two opposition parties discussed the matter of the NAB chairman's appointment, among other issues, according to sources. The present NAB chief, Qamar Zaman Chaudhry, is retiring on October 10 after serving a term of four years. For his replacement, the government has proposed the names of Justice (retd) Rehmat Jafry, Justice (retd) Chaudhry Aijaz and Director General Intelligence Bureau Aftab Sultan. The names suggested by the PPP are Justice (retd) Faqer Mohammad Khokhar, Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal and former ECP secretary Ishtiaque Ahmed Khan. The appointment of the NAB chairman, carried out after consultation between the prime minister and opposition leader, has gained more importance recently owing to the ongoing corruption cases against ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif. NAB has filed three corruption references against Sharif and his family, and one against Finance Minister Ishaq Dar in an accountability court. The action has been taken in light of the Supreme Court's July 28 judgment in the Panama Papers case, which also led to Sharif's disqualification.
  12. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/228bab34a143f2f97a392c5e0ee95077.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9OS8yNi8yMDE3IDY6NTU6MDIgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT0wUXhpZ0FYZi95Wlo5ZEdCYUhtc2tRPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan criticised on Tuesday the Intelligence Bureau?s chief for reportedly meeting former prime minister Nawaz Sharif in London, demanding the resignation of the agency's chief. ?What was he doing visiting a disqualified PM in London over four days at taxpayers' expense?? said the PTI chief in a series of Twitter messages. He further said that the IB in-charge is an official of the state, paid for by taxpayers and his duty is to the state, not to the Sharif family. In light of Nawaz?s appearance before the Islamabad Accountability Bureau in relation to the National Accountability Bureau?s references, Imran also lashed out against the official protocol given to the ousted premier today. ?The official protocol given to a disgraced, disqualified PM, also accused of tax evasion, forgery, money laundering etc, is shameful,? he said. Imran further said that this sends the wrong message to society that the powerful can break laws with impunity. ?Clearly this is mafia rule not democracy,? he added. Today, the accountability court hearing corruption cases against the Sharif family ordered that former premier Nawaz Sharif will be indicted on October 2. Moreover, the court issued bailable arrest warrants for Nawaz's daughter Maryam, sons Hussain and Hasan, and son-in-law MNA Capt (retd) Safdar as they failed to appear in court today despite two earlier summons. NAB references: Nawaz?s indictment on Oct 2; warrants issued for children Around 1,500 security personnel were deployed to secure the route from Punjab House to Sector G-11, where the court is located, as well as the courts complex Nawaz returned to Pakistan on Monday after spending over three weeks in London. Sources said a number of party leaders and government officials accompanied Nawaz as well in his 37-vehicle convoy, however, only the vehicle carrying Nawaz and his legal counsel were allowed inside the court complex.
  13. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan's counsel submitted his client's reply today over the contempt case in the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). The five-member ECP bench, headed by Chief Election Commissioner Justice (retd) Sardar Raza Khan, heard the case. Babar Awan, the PTI chief's counsel, submitted Imran's reply before the ECP bench. At the last hearing on September 14, the ECP had issued bailable warrants against Imran to ensure his presence in the case. However, the PTI approached the Islamabad High Court (IHC) against the issuance of warrants. The IHC, on September 20, suspended the bailable arrest warrants. Hearing the case, Justice Aamer Farooq, who headed a three-member larger bench, directed the PTI chief to reply to the ECP's show-cause notice. Awan assured the court that the PTI chairman would reply to the ECP's show-cause notice with regards to contempt proceedings against him. The IHC then adjourned the hearing until September 26. The ECP had ordered Imran to submit a surety bond of Rs100,000 until September 25 and nominate two persons who would ensure payment of the amount and be held responsible otherwise. Imran was also ordered to appear on that day in the commission in person. Earlier, on September 14, during the hearing of contempt proceedings, Awan had argued before the ECP that proceedings against his client should be postponed until the matter is decided by the high court. The ECP had summoned Imran in person on that as well but he failed to do so. The ECP had issued the contempt notice to Khan on January 24 over his ?scandalous remarks? about the commission. Akbar Babar, the petitioner who had filed the foreign funding case against the PTI leadership, had informed the ECP that the PTI chief had accused it of being biased in the foreign funding case following which his counsel tendered an apology with the commission.
  14. Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan Chairman Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq Hijazi. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) accepted on Tuesday the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) Chairman Zafar Hijazi?s request for pre-arrest bail. The IHC registrar raised objections on the petition and advised Hijazi?s counsel to approach the ?relevant forum for the matter.? However, the hearing was later fixed for the court of Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani with the registrar's objections. Hijazi had filed for a pre-arrest bail as per Section 498 of the Criminal Procedure Code of Pakistan. The SECP chief?s counsel, Sheikh Ansar, cited medical grounds as the basis for the request. As per the plea, the jail environment was not conducive to Hijazi?s health, as he was on medication after a kidney transplant. Hijazi?s request further stated that he wanted to be part of the investigation to ?prove all allegations levelled against him wrong.? An FIR was registered against Hijazi on the directives of the Supreme Court on Monday for tampering with official records. Acting upon the apex court?s orders, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) filed the case with the Special Investigation Unit. SECP chief guilty of tampering records: FIA Zafar Hijazi has been found guilty of pressuring junior officers to tamper records in favour of Sharif family The FIA had identified Hijazi as the culprit behind changing official records of the Chaudhry Sugar Mills, owned by the Sharif family, to help their case. The criminal case was registered against Hijazi under sections 466 and 471 of the Pakistan Penal Code. Section 466 lists a seven-year imprisonment and fine for those who forge a legal document, while section 471 punishes in the same manner for using as genuine a forged document.
  15. All forward operating bases of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) have been made operational in response to Indian ?threats?. This was stated on Wednesday after Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman visited the Qadri Airbase in Skardu where war exercises by fighter jet squardons are being held. Air chief leads from front in Zarb-e-Azb air strikes Air chief leads from front in Zarb-e-Azb air strikes The air chief also took part in the exercises, flying a PAF Mirage jet himself. Talking to the media at the airbase, the air chief said no situation is difficult for the PAF. "The nation should not worry about the enemy?s statements," he said, adding that we are peace loving people but are ready to face all kinds of challenges. Also read: CJCSC calls on air chief On May 20, Indian Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa wrote a personal letter to each officer of the Indian Air Force (IAF), asking them to be prepared for operations, with the present scenario, at a very short notice. The Indian Express reported that the letter ? signed and sent to the IAF officers on March 30 ? covers a range of issues, especially those in the conflict-ridden state of Jammu and Kashmir. Nearly 12,000 officers of the IAF have received the letter, which was written by Dhanoa after he assumed the role of IAF chief three months ago, the report adds. ?In the present scenario, there is an ever persistent sub-conventional threat. Therefore, we need to be prepared for operations with our present holdings, at a very short notice. Training needs to be focused towards this,? states the letter. Naval chief's address at Lahore war college A strong, well-equipped navy is required to deal with the regional challenges facing the country, stated Chief of Pakistan Navy Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah on Wednesday. He was addressing the 46th staff course convocation at the Naval War College in Lahore where cadets from several other countries were also in attendance. "The navy will utilise all its resources to secure our coastal border," said Admiral Zakaullah. Naval chief Admiral Zakaullah - File photo The naval chief stated that the latest technologies will be brought to use to strengthen the navy. He added that Pakistan is a peace-loving country.
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