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  1. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/ef8865d99952db89adc07d0a2dfd7e44.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTEvOC8yMDE5IDU6MTY6NDIgUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1YUHNqdVZxeTBhekl4eENRc1g2YUFBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE=...
  2. ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court summoned on Wednesday details of foreign assets of formers presidents Asif Ali Zardari and General (retd) Pervez Musharraf in the NRO case.The National Reconciliation Order (NRO), passed by Musharraf in 2007, granted...
  3. Supreme Court. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court issued on Tuesday notices to former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf, former president Asif Ali Zardari, former attorney-general Justice (retd) Malik Qayyum and the National...
  4. CJP Justice Saqib Nisar. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar assured on Thursday that there will no 'judicial NRO' or judicial martial law in the country. He made the remarks while interacting with senior counsel Naeem Bukhari, who is representing a petitioner in the case related to Capital Development Authority's officials on deputation. Following Tuesday's meeting of the chief justice with the prime minister, there had been reports of a 'judicial NRO' in the making, wherein former premier Nawaz Sharif would be saved from the corruption cases against him. During today's hearing, Bukhari claimed that there is a lot of talk of a 'judicial martial law' these days. To this, the chief justice remarked, "Let me clarify, no judicial martial law or judicial NRO is being planned. There will be only Constitution and democracy in the country, nothing else." "If I say that nothing is happening then several TV shows will close down," he quipped. Earlier, the chief justice observed that the judiciary should be critiqued but justly, as this will lead to reforms in the institution. "The other day someone referred to the posters in my favour in Karachi. They do not know I have ordered their removal. If I slap a ban today than the business of many will shut down," he remarked.
  5. FAISALABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry said on Wednesday that his party has called for general elections at the earliest as the country is going through severe political instability. Speaking in a press conference at the residence of party?s deputy secretary general Nadeem Aftab Sindhu, he said that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz is currently seeking refuge from the state institutions, adding that if any NRO-like relief is given to them then the PTI would go for street protests. He alleged that former premier Nawaz Sharif and former finance minister Ishaq Dar ruined the country?s economy as due to their policies the Pakistani rupee plummeted against US dollar. PTI says any NRO for Nawaz, family unacceptable 'The process of accountability should be completed without any delay', the party stresses Earlier on Tuesday, PTI expressed serious reservations over efforts to send Nawaz Sharif abroad, adding that any "NRO (national reconciliation ordinance) for the former premier and his family is unacceptable" to the party. The statement was issued by a spokesman for the PTI after a meeting of its central leaders presided over by party chief Imran Khan. "There is no way acceptable but that of a uniform and free implementation of the law," the statement read. "The process of accountability should be completed without any delay." The party urged for a treatment of the ousted premier similar to that of common citizens. It also expressed deep concern over the worst decline in the country's economy.
  6. FILE image. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf on Tuesday expressed serious reservations over efforts to send Nawaz Sharif abroad, adding that any "NRO (national reconciliation order) for the former premier and his family is unacceptable" to the party. The statement was issued by a spokesman for the PTI after a meeting of its central leaders presided over by party chief Imran Khan. "There is no way acceptable but that of a uniform and free implementation of the law," the statement read. "The process of accountability should be completed without any delay." The party urged for a treatment of the ousted premier similar to that of common citizens. It also expressed deep concern over worst decline in the country's economy. The meeting decided to form an "economic media committee" under PTI leader Asad Umar. The committee will be comprising Senator Shibli Faraz and Umar Ayub Khan. The committee would analyse contradictory narratives of the government and Ishaq Dar pertaining to the national economy. It would also shape public opinion about Nawaz-league's "economic misdeeds." The PTI also decided to prepare an effective and concrete strategy regarding Federally Administrative Tribal Areas (FATA). "The PML-N tangled the matter by obstructing FATA's merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa," the statement said, adding that "The PML-N won't be allowed to usurp the rights of the tribal people." The meeting approved filing of references against Punjab CM Shehbaz Sharif and provincial health minister and directed its parliamentary party in Punjab to prepare the draft of references. The party said around Rs1.5 billion were looted through the sale of medicines on higher rates. It also strongly condemned the statement by the prime minister regarding Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani and demanded the premier to withdraw his statement immediately. "The prime minister is bound to respect constitutional institutions and posts. His statement regarding elected individuals is extremely inadequate and does not suit his office," the statement said. The meeting also pondered over action against members of the assemblies who played a negative role in the Senate elections. The PTI chief directed the KP chief minister to urgently complete investigations into the matter and take strict action against the "members involved in corruption and trade of their conscience."
  7. Ahsan Iqbal addressing the media in Quetta. Photo: Geo News QUETTA: Interior and Development Minister Ahsan Iqbal said on Thursday that the federal government's 'NRO' is the "nation's revival order". He was responding to opposition parties' claims that the ruling party has indulged in a National Reconciliation Order-like deal. Addressing the media after inaugurating the Executive Passport Office in the provincial capital, Iqbal said the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has revived the country's economy, energy and security in the last four years. He said a new benchmark will be set when Parliament completes its second tenure under the present government?s watch. "Political stability is like oxygen for a country?s development," said the minister, adding that the opposition and Pakistan Awami Tehreek?s proposed 'all parties conference' should be an exercise of national unity rather than of protest sit-ins. He said instead of pulling each other?s legs, everyone should work together for the country's betterment. Praising the improvement in the country's security situation, the minister said people can now travel from Karachi and Gwadar without fear. He stated further that India is using Afghanistan to foment instability in Pakistan so it can make the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) unsuccessful, adding that convicted Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav has accepted that India is pumping millions of dollars to ensure CPEC?s failure. Iqbal said Pakistan's competition is with India and other regional countries vis-à-vis development, saying that when our economy is strong, no country will look at Pakistan with ill intentions. Earlier, the minister inspected the newly-launched passport facility, which cost Rs18 million. The interior minister being briefed on the new facility. Photo: Screengrab He praised the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) for setting up the office in a record four months time. He informed that the facility will be able to accommodate 80 persons simultaneously and the process of getting one's passport made will take 20-25 minutes. The minister was accompanied by the head of NADRA and Balochistan Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti.
  8. ISLAMABAD: Former President Asif Ali Zardari on Tuesday said the National Reconciliation Ordinance brought back democracy, Nawaz, and elections back to Pakistan. Addressing a press conference in the country's capital late Tuesday, the Co-Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party said his rivals framed him. "Twelve cases were lodged against me in Ghulam Ishaq's tenure," he said. "I fought each one of them while I was imprisoned." Zardari claimed that each case against him was politically motivated. "I won all the cases formed against me but they [political rivals] dragged them for long durations because they feared not doing so would cost them their jobs," he said. The former president claimed that Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto's son, Murtaza, was 'martyred,' as a move to topple Benazir Bhutto's government. "Maintenance of Public Order (MPO) was used as a premise to imprison me," Zardari claimed, adding that he unfairly imprisoned for a prolonged period of time. He continued to say that his party never engaged in corrupt practices and the PPP never held any political prisoners. "My party never engaged in seeking revenge," he said. Talking about the National Accountability Bureau, Zardari said the organization has a different mindset. "NAB blackmails the ordinary Joe and accepts bribes to give them a clear chit," the former president claimed. He further said that he was never accused of wrongdoings in his five- year tenure of holding office because he never held on to power and authority. "Engaging in power games only result in imprisonment and death sentences," Zardari claimed. Referring to the recent disqualification of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from holding office, he said Benazir was twice removed from the PM house but a rally against the decisions was never organised by the PPP. Court gives clean chit to Zardari in corruption case NAB reference against Asif Ali Zardari has no legal standing, says court order An accountability court on August 26 acquitted Zardari in a reference pertaining to his assets on Saturday. Justice Khalid Mehmood Ranjha, of accountability court no 1, accepted the documents requesting acquittal of the PPP co-chairperson. The reference filed by NAB has no legal standing, stated the court order. After the verdict, Zardari?s lawyer Farooq Hamid Naek, while speaking to Geo News, explained that the reference against his client was filed in 1998 under sections of Accountability Act 1997. He added said that the reference alleged that Zardari had created illegal assets.
  9. ISLAMABAD: Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rasheed on Saturday said the NRO will not happen at any cost in the country. Addressing a press conference, Rasheed lashed out at Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq after the latter was reported to be preparing a reference against SC judge Justice Asif Saeed Khosa.
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