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  1. He is the longest-serving chief minister of the Punjab province, having served on the post three times
  2. Anjum Dar made headlines last year after claiming he had offered $25 million to stop investigating Nawaz Sharif
  3. After medical board's recommendation on Nawaz Sharif?s health, the next course of action against Shahbaz Sharif will be devised, says AG's office
  4. Former judge Rana Shamim had been vice president of PML-N Sindh's lawyer wing, says his son
  5. PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif's lawyer assures SC his client will not seek contempt of court proceedings against govt
  6. 'The PDM has lost its credibility as it failed in gathering people for their second power show in Karachi,' claims Gill
  7. A case has been filed against PML-N supremo for the ?provocative speeches? he made in London to ?defame institutions?
  8. PPP leader Khursheed Shah addressing a rally in Pano Aqil - Geo News screengrab PANO AQIL: Opposition Leader in the National Assembly, Khursheed Shah addressed a rally here on Thursday, saying that the decision on who will become the next prime minister will be made by the people, not Nawaz Sharif. Shehbaz is Pakistan's next prime minister, says Nawaz Sources say Nawaz announced decision after a meeting of PML-N bigwigs at his Jati Umra residence Shah was reacting to Nawaz Sharif announcing that his brother and current Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif would be the next prime minister. ?How can Nawaz Sharif decide who will be the next prime minister? The decision on whether Bilawal Bhutto, Shehbaz Sharif or Imran Khan becoming the prime minister will be taken by the people,? Shah said. Shah, taking another jibe at the former prime minister, said Yousaf Raza Gillani did not ask why he was asked to leave the office of prime minister ?Will not let democracy be derailed? During a news conference in Faisalabad, PPP leader Qamar Zaman Kaira stressed that his party would not allow democracy to be derailed in the country. ?PPP wants elections to be held on time and will not allow it to be delayed,? Kaira said. PPP leader Qamar Zaman Kaira during a news conference in Faisalabad - Geo News screengrab Kaira told reporters that Nawaz Sharif would benefit from democracy being derailed in the country, adding that the former prime minister had been a part of democracy being derailed in the past. According to Kaira, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was trying to create a clash between institutions, however, this would not be allowed. ?Nawaz Sharif is trying to run a movement against the judiciary, let?s see what happens.? In response to a question, Kaira said that there should be accountability after the Model Town report was made public. ?We have assured Tahirul Qadri if he protests within the law we will be with him.? On Wednesday, the PPP leader said the party does not wish to ally with Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf. He had also said that the democratic system in the country does not suit Nawaz and instead of supporting the system, the former premier is moving towards a clash o institutions.
  9. ISLAMABAD: Daughter of Pakistan Muslim League-N Chief and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, said on Friday that the decision in the disqualification reference against Imran Khan proved that iqama was only an excuse and the actual target was Nawaz. Maryam Nawaz took to Twitter to express her views after the Supreme Court disqualified PTI Secretary General Jahangir Tareen but ruled in favour of Chairperson Imran Khan in its judgment on the disqualification case against the two party leaders. She in her tweets said the underlying vengeance has been revealed. ?Today?s decision authenticated the notion that injustice has been done to Nawaz Sharif,? said Maryam. She went on to say that today it left no margin of doubt that the only target of any conspiracy, sit-in, accountability is Nawaz because he is the representative of the people. Why did the judges feel the need to give justification, she asked. The Supreme Court on Friday disqualified PTI Secretary General Jahangir Tareen but ruled in favour of PTI Chairperson Imran Khan in its judgment on the disqualification case against the two party leaders. The three-member bench had reserved the verdict in the disqualification petition against the two PTI leaders on November 14. The judgment states that Imran wasn't bound to declare his offshore company, declared his London flat in an amnesty scheme and that his former wife Jemima gave Imran the funds for buying the Bani Gala estate. The apex court disqualified Tareen under Article 62(1)(f) because of his blatant misstatement regarding the ownership of the Hyde House property and failure to declare it in his nomination papers.
  10. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairperson Imran Khan said on Monday that Constitution has been ?mocked? by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leaders just to rescue former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. Reacting to the passing of Elections Bill 2017 in the National Assembly, he tweeted that ?Black day today for Pak democracy with passage of Elec Reforms Bill which allows a disqualified person to head a political party.? He added, ?Today a mockery was made of the Constitution simply to rescue Nawaz Sharif politically. But nation will not allow corrupt mafias to rule now.? Opposition creating ruckus just for show: Pervaiz Rasheed On the other hand, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Senator Pervaiz Rasheed said that he is amazed at the way opposition reacted to the passing of the bill. ?Opposition creating a ruckus over the matter is just a political show,? he said. National Assembly had already passed this bill but some amendments were made to it while it was presented in the Senate, he remarked. NA passes Election Reforms Bill 2017, paves way for Nawaz's return as PML-N president Opposition members protest the bill, tear copies of it Earlier, the National Assembly had passed the Elections Bill 2017, paving way for former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to regain chairmanship of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz. A controversial clause in the bill allows politicians disqualified from holding public office to lead political parties.
  11. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday said Article 6 of the Constitution should be applied on Nawaz Sharif for flaying the Panama case verdict by the Supreme Court. Addressing media here after the party?s central executive committee meeting, Imran asked what message is the former prime minister trying to give to the country by taking out rallies despite the Supreme Court verdict disqualifying Nawaz. He was referring to the planned GT road rally by PML-N on August 9. ?They are afraid of National Accountability Bureau?if they think they can escape from NAB by pressurising [institutions by taking out rallies] they are wrong,? the PTI chief said. Imran added that the entire Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) was busy trying to save one family instead of parting ways with it. He said that PML-N should have parted ways with Sharif family after the Panama case verdict and elected a new president. IHC reserves decision on maintainability of plea against Nawaz?s GT Road rally Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz chief plans to lead a rally from Islamabad to Lahore tomorrow ?They are afraid of National Accountability Bureau?if they think they can escape from NAB by pressurising [institutions by taking out rallies] they are wrong,? the PTI chief said.
  12. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif created history when he was elected premier for the third time in May 2013. Nawaz?s rise to power has been punctuated by instability and a military coup against his government. Born into the Sharif family in December 1949, Nawaz is the son of Ittefaq and Sharif Group founder Mohammad Sharif. He studied business at Government College and later attained a law degree from the University of Punjab. Entering politics in the late 1970s, he served as a member of a provincial council in Punjab before being appointed the provincial finance minister in 1981 by the government of military ruler General Zia-ul-Haq. Nawaz was appointed chief minister of Punjab in 1985 and served for two consecutive terms. As a leader of the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N after 1993), Nawaz was elected prime minister in October 1990, after Benazir Bhutto?s government was sent packing, with the backing of a loose coalition of conservative parties. The Panama Papers case in numbers Judges and lawyers read the transcript of the prime minister's speeches 111 times Nawaz initiated an ambitious program of economic reform during his first term and privatized a range of state-owned businesses. With tensions simmering in Kashmir and feeling the need to secure itself against aggressive Indian policies, Nawaz?s government defied US calls to suspend the nuclear program. With economic aid halted by the US, Nawaz also faced increasing pressure at home. Nawaz?s first time was highlighted by the construction of South Asia?s first motorway, market reforms and privatization of national industries. Nawaz Sharif taking oath from President Ghulam Ishaq Khan In 1993, Nawaz was dismissed for the first time by then president Ghulam Ishaq Khan, on grounds similar to Bhutto?s ouster. When Benazir Bhutto was dismissed for the second time in 1997, Nawaz again swept to power. His second term is remembered for conducting nuclear tests in May 1997 in response to India?s nuclear tests a few days prior. Nawaz Sharif received a strong mandate during his second term, but his government faced severe problems. Austerity measures implemented at the behest of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) reduced government spending at a time when a large chunk of the national budget was being earmarked for debt servicing. With an economy on the brink, ballooning foreign debt, widespread corruption and an ongoing dispute with India, Nawaz faced one of the biggest crisis of his political career. The sanctions imposed by the US after the nuclear tests was another nail in the coffin. Nawaz?s peace overture to India, the Lahore declaration, showed some signs of improvement in relations between the two nuclear-armed neighbours, but did not last long. The two countries engaged in a limited war in the remote wilderness of Kargil, a few months after the Indian prime minister visited Pakistan. Gen (rtd) Pervez Musharraf addressing nation after dismissing Nawaz-govt in 1999 (PTV screengrab) Tense relations with then army chief General Pervez Musharraf finally culminated in a military coup in 1999 and the Nawaz-led government was overthrown. Nawaz was jailed for life on charges of hijacking and terrorism. In 2000, he agreed to leave Pakistan for 10 years in exchange for jail sentence commuted, Sharif was released and went into exile in Saudi Arabia. A 2007 ruling by the Supreme Court stated that he was free to return. Nawaz returned in September 2007 hoping to mobilise the public. Musharraf, however, had him summarily arrested and deported back to Saudi Arabia. Nawaz again returned in November 2007 and his party was allowed to contest the 2008 elections. Securing second place in the elections, PML-N and PPP formed a short lived coalition. PML-N initiated a long march against the PPP government in March 2009 with the aim of reinstating the judges sacked during the military government. With the judges reinstated, Nawaz?s political party remained in opposition during the PPP government. With the first ever democratic transition of government after the completion of the PPP-led government?s tenure, the PML-N secured a majority mandate in 2013 general elections and formed a government in the centre. Nawaz Sharif became Pakistan?s prime minister for the third time. Nawaz Sharif taking oath of Prime Minister of Pakistan from President Asif Ali Zardari in 2013 Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family came under fire at home with opposition parties accusing them of widespread corruption, after names of the premier's children cropped up in the leaked documents from the Panamanian law firm. On October 20, 2017, the Supreme Court took up petitions by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Jamaat-e-Islami, Jamhoori Watan Party and others for hearing, in an open court, beginning the long-drawn proceedings of the case in the apex court. Panama Papers: Recap of hearings Verdict is expected in August On April 20, 2016, the Supreme Court ordered further investigations into corruption allegations levelled by the opposition against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, saying there was insufficient evidence to order his removal from office. The verdict ordered the formation of a Joint Investigation team (JIT) to carry out an investigation on the financial assets of Sharif family. The JIT reported Supreme Court that the prime minister and his children had accumulated wealth beyond their known sources of income. The Supreme Court of Pakistan on July 28 disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for failing to disclose his un-withdrawn receivables constituting assets from UAE-bases Capital FZE in his nominations papers for the 2013 elections. Announcing their verdict in the Panama Papers case, all five judges ruled to send a reference against the premier, his children Maryam, Hussain and Hasan, son-in-law and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar to an accountability court. The court ordered the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to file a reference against the accused in an accountability court in six weeks and directed for the trial to be wrapped up within six months. The process will be overseen by a single-member implementation bench of the apex court. The verdict was announced by the original five-member bench that heard the landmark case from January this year.
  13. Federal Minister Khawaja Asif- Reuters file photo ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister Khawaja Asif said the entire Pakistan Muslim League ? Nawaz (PML-N) is united behind Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. ?In the past political parties would crumble in such situations,? Asif said while appearing on Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath. When asked if the party had made a decision on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif?s replacement if he was disqualified, Asif replied: ?There is no candidate nor has there been any speculation or debate on this within the party?. Khawaja Asif stressed that all federal ministers would continue to work under the leadership of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The Supreme Court on Friday reserved its judgement in the Panama Papers implantation case. The PML-N held a meeting following the development and decided the verdict of the apex court would be accepted even if it was unfavourable. According to sources it was decided during the meeting that Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif would replace Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif if he was disqualified. Khawaja Asif would become the interim prime minister for 45 days until Shehbaz Sharif was elected to a National Assembly seat.
  14. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/b956f5179c7510092c63e22b628243f1.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ni8yOS8yMDE3IDEwOjI5OjE5IEFNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9TnpUbGNtR1hqRkFzWWh3b3pPSnl5dz09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] KARACHI: Railways Minister Saad Rafique said on Thursday that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is being punished for turning Pakistan into an atomic power in 1999. In a message on Twitter, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader said world powers, through their 'puppets' Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf and former Chief Justice of Pakistan Irshad Hussain, were behind the premier?s dismissal then. This time around there is a conspiracy to punish Nawaz Sharif over his economic turnaround of the country with regards to the China Pakistan Economic Corridor, he said, adding that this is an old game of the world powers but the players are new. He urged the public to recognise the puppets working against Pakistan?s development for their personal interests. He termed those who made an uproar over ?rigging? in the 2013 elections and then the Panama Papers puppets of various colours and sizes.
  15. WASHINGTON/ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's Ambassador-designate to Washington Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry Monday called on United States President Donald Trump and presented him his credentials. “I presented my credentials to the US President Donald Trump today in a prestigious ceremony today,” the ambassador said in an exclusive conversation with Geo News. “I conveyed best wishes to the US president on behalf of Pakistan’s leadership and people and expressed the desire that the ties between the two countries continue to strengthen,” Chaudhry said.“President Trump also expressed his good wishes, especially for the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.” Chaudhry, a Foreign Service officer with over 36 years of bilateral and multilateral experience in the field of diplomacy, was appointed the ambassador to the United States in February, this year. The meeting between the Pakistani ambassador-designate and the US president took place in Washington. Speaking to Geo News, Chaudhry said that President Trump, at the meeting, expressed his well wishes for Premier Sharif. Prior to this, Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry served as the country's foreign secretary.
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