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Riz Ahmed ? File photoA wrestler who featured in the music video of British-Pakistani rapper and actor, Riz Ahmed, says he was exploited. According to a thread posted on Twitter by Awais Khalid, a research associate, a wrestler named Rashid...
Donald Trump gave vent to frustrations over his mounting political problems Wednesday, declaring that no president in US history had been treated "more unfairly." During a commencement address at the US Coast Guard Academy, Trump urged graduating cadets to follow his example and "fight, fight, fight. Never, ever, give up. Things will work out just fine." "Look at the way I've been treated lately. Especially by the media. No politician in history, and I say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly. You can't let them get you down," he said. The outburst came amid intensifying pressure on the president in the wake of his firing of James Comey as director of the FBI last week, in the midst of a probe into whether Trump's campaign colluded with Russian attempts to tilt the US election in his favor. The Senate Intelligence Commitee announced Wednesday that they have asked Comey to testify. The New York Times, citing sources close to Comey, reported on Tuesday that Trump asked the FBI director in an Oval Office meeting to drop its probe of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. A day earlier, the Washington Post, citing unnamed sources, reported that Trump had shared highly classified intelligence with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov regarding an Islamic State group terror threat.
KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah lambasted the federal government and said that Sindh is being treated unfairly while speaking at the Sindh Assembly session on Tuesday. “We have paid all our obligations,” he said, adding that government has paid Rs27 billion for clearance of outstanding dues this year. “We even have a clearance letter from HESCO and SESCO.” He urged the issue of federal tariff should be resolved. “We won’t allow electricity to be produced from local sources.” Moreover, a resolution to end unannounced load-shedding in the province, which was moved by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Khurram Sherzaman, was passed unanimously in the assembly. Speaking on the issue of load-shedding, Pakistan Muslim League-Functional’s leader Nusrat Sahar Abbas remarked that Sindh government has failed to pay the outstanding electricity dues, adding it is impossible for people to get electricity. Rejecting the claims of the opposition, CM Murad said that politics should not be done on electricity bills. “Sindh government does not have to pay a single penny to anyone.” He further added that it doesn’t matter if federal government plays it part in resolving electricity crises in Sindh. Provincial government will continue to play its part for provision of electricity, he added. Other resolutions pertaining to controlling school fees and forming disaster management centres in secondary and higher secondary schools were also passed unanimously. On the other, the members of government and opposition also stressed the need to resolve differences with goods transporters.