29 April 2015

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NAP should continue till elimination of terrorism, extremism: President

ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain on Thursday said that the National Action Plan (NAP) should continue actively till the elimination of terrorism, extremism and crimes from the motherland.Talking to newsmen at Awan-i-Sadr, after a function arranged in connection with Pakistan Day celebrations, the President said that the criminals, whosoever they are and in whichever group and party they belonged to, should be given punishment.He said that everyone would be responsible for his own deeds.The President

Govt decides to put names of eight MQM members on ECL

ISLAMABAD  Federal government has decided to include the names of eight Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM’s) leaders in Exit Control List (ECL) after the revelations made by Saulat Mirza,.According to sources, the decision came after death row convict Saulat Mirza leveled grave allegations against MQM chief Altaf Hussain and other party leaders including Babar Ghauri and Governor Sindh Dr. Ishrat ul Ebad.The names to be included in ECL are of Babar Ghauri, Haider Abbas Rizvi, Wasi Jaleel, Khalid Maqbool, Waseem Akhtar,

Saulat Mirza’s confession was not coerced: interior ministry

Saulat Mirza’s confession was not coerced: interior ministry ISLAMABAD: The Federal Interior Ministry on Thursday said that Saulat Mirza – the former MQM activist and a death row convict, whose execution has been postponed after he hurled grave allegation on his former party and its chief Altaf Hussain – was not forced to record the confession video.Sources in the ministry told that Mirza confessed without any outside pressure and his family was not in touch with anyone in this regard.They said that the death row inmate expressed his

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