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NRO to corrupt elements is treachery with the country: PM

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has restated that giving an amnesty to the corrupt elements would be equivalent to treachery with the country. In a post on social media, the premier criticised opposition parties and said that the country cannot

Azadi March: JUI-F’s deadline for PM’s resignation ends tonight

ISLAMABAD: JUI-F chief Fazlur Rehman – who on Friday gave deadline to Prime Minister Imran Khan to resign within two days ends tonight. Fazlur Rehman has been planning the next course of action for the Azadi march protesters to proceed

Nation wouldn’t allow JUI-F chief to use religious card for his interests: Dr Firdous

ISLAMABAD: Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan (Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting) has said that the nation is no stranger to  JUI-F Chief’s tactics. In a series of posts on Twitter, the special assistant regretted that Fazlur Rehman

Pakistan’s triumph lies in failure of ‘halwa march’: Fawad Chaudhry

ISLAMABAD: Fawad Chaudhry Federal Minister for Science and Technology has said that failure of ‘halwa march’ by JUI-F is Pakistan’s success. Taking on to Twitter, the minister tweeted that Azadi March is being organized by those whose ancestors opposed Quaid-e-Azam

Opposition’s call for PM’s resignation morally incorrect: Ali Muhammad

ISLAMABAD: Ali Muhammad Khan Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs  said that it was not morally correct on the part of opposition to demand resignation from PM. The PTI’s government was “not worried at all” over the JUI-F’s Azadi march,

Fazl to govt: ‘Your reign over Pakistan has come to an end’

ISLAMABAD: JUI-F Chief delivered a strong message to the ruling govt, saying: “Your reign over Pakistan has come to an end… Now its time we peacefully run this country.” Rehman said that his party was functioning as per the earlier

PML-N, PPP to stay away from ‘Azadi March’ sit in

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan Peoples Party  — on Friday announced they would not become a part of the sit-in announced by Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam.  The leaders of the two parties said they had already told JUI-F chief in categorical

Govt warns opposition against breaching agreement

ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Pervez Khattak has warned the opposition against breaching the agreement under which the ongoing protest was allowed. Addressing the press in Islamabad alongside other members of the committee, Pervez Khattak said that action will be taken against

JUI-F chief to be reminded of earlier agreement: Khattak

ISLAMABAD: The government has decided to approach JUI-F leader Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman after the latter threatened Prime Minister with a two-day deadline to tender his resignation. Fazl, while addressing the crowd at Azadi March in Islamabad, recapitulated his ultimatum for PM’s

Maulana’s march to nowhere

It seems that Maulana Fazlur Rehman has made up his mind. He has bought and decorated his bulletproof containers, and will march to Islamabad on October 27; with or without other opposition parties. And when he reaches there, he hopes

Fazlur Rehman will not stage a sit-down: Ijaz Shah

QUETTA: Pakistan’s Interior Minister Ijaz Ahmad Shah said that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) loyalist Khursheed Shah cannot give tough time as criminal has been caught and put into jail, on Thursday. Ijaz Shah was talking to the reporters in