30 January 2015

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  • Sarwar’s exit proves our point, Imran says ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) cricketer-turned-politician leader Imran Khan says Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar’s unceremoniously relinquishing the office of governor Punjab has evidenced whatever he had been saying against the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s (PMLN) despotic government,“The government has turned Punjab into a police state as they use the law enforcement agency to victimize their political and non-political opponents alike,” Khan told reporters here

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Military courts to help eliminate terrorism: Shahbaz

LAHORE: Chief Minister Punjab Muhammed Shahbaz Sharif on Monday said, setting up of military courts would help purge the country from terrorism.Talking to assembly members here, he said, Pakistan was confronting with worst type of terrorism and the army public school incident was gruesome which shocked the whole world.He said, all energies were being utilized for eliminating the hardened criminals and by the grace of Allah, the government would succeed in defeating extremists and terrorists, adding unity

‘Nation won’t suffer petrol crisis, had it come out for revolution’

‘Nation won’t suffer petrol crisis, had it come out for revolution’LAHORE: Chief of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), Dr Tahirul Qadri on Monday said that the government instead of uniting the nation against terrorism entangled it into electricity, gas and petrol crisesIn a statement issued to media, Dr Tahirul Qadri lamented, “Had the nation taken to streets for revolution, then the people would not have to stand in long queues for petrol”.“Students are unable to go to schools, even ambulances cannot take patients to hospitals”, he added.He said that those admitting their incompetence should

Dar denies finance ministry behind petrol crisis

ISLAMABAD: Federal Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on Monday vehemently denied that his ministry was responsible for the petrol crisis in Punjab and KPK.“We have no business with PSO (Pakistan State Oil)…the finance ministry doesn’t owe a single penny to PSO as of now,” he said while addressing a press conference ahead of a crucial meeting on petrol crisis to be chaired by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.He said that it was the responsibility of the Ministry of Water and Power to recover its dues and make payments

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