ISLAMABAD Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Saturday opposed the government’s decision to handover Islamabad to the army for three months, announcing that the party will challenge the decision in the Supreme Court, PTI’s core committee also reviewed the arrangements made for its ‘Azaadi March’ to Islamabad scheduled for August 14.In the statement issued to the media, it was said that the decision to call army to takeover Islamabad’s control is not correct in any way.PTI said that the government summoning
ISLAMABAD: Federal Information Minister Pervez Rashid said on Saturday that it was incumbent upon the government to provide legal protection to the army so that the armed forces can discharge their responsibilities.He said that the army jawans had rendered great sacrifices in the fight against terrorism and the government would provide legal cover to army if it is called to help civil administration whenever the need arose.Rashid said that it was Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s constitutional right to move the court against deployment of the army. He,
DERA MURAD JAMALI: A man shot dead his sister on suspicion in Goth Karim Bakhsh area of Nasirabad district on Saturday.According to police, accused allegedly opened fire at his sister on allegation of having illicit relation with alien person and fled from the scene.As a result, she died on the spot. Her body was handed over to the family after legal formalities.The police have registered a case.