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Siraj urges SC to announce decision of Panama Leaks2017/07/25
ISLAMABAD: Ameer, Jamaat-e-Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was facing divine wrath for declaring war against Allah and His Prophet (SAAW) on the issue of interest and he would be packing up very soon.
Addressing a large public meeting at Dir lower on Monday, he urged the Supreme Court to announce the decision of the Panama Leaks case at the earliest.
Sirajul Haq however added that the accountability of the Prime Minister was not enough as the Ehtisab of around 470 people named in the Panama leaks was also essential.   
At the meeting, the JI chief stressed upon the government to include Railway line with all other relevant facilities in Malakand area under CPEC and said the CPEC sans rail link would not be acceptable.
Sirajul Haq said that he had no personal grudge against Nawaz Sharif.  However, he said, that Nawaz Sharif had promised him at the Holy Prophet's mosque that on coming to power, he would abolish the interest based economic system. 
But, he said, when the JI challenged the interest system in the Shariat Court, Nawaz Sharif, instead of honouring his word, strongly defended the interest based economy, thus declaring war against Allah and His Prophet. So, how can one be successful in a war against Allah and  His Prophet, he asked.
Sirajul Haq said that Allah had provided numerous opportunities to Nawaz Sharif but he had not availed these and now he would be landing in jail very soon.
He said that corruption was the biggest issue of the country and the nation and now it was a threat to the national security. He said the JI had tried to unite the political parties for a war against corruption but in vain. However, the Panama Leaks was a God sent opportunity due to which the issue came before the Supreme Court.
The JI chief said that the people of Malakand had offered great sacrifices for the country and the graves of these people could still be found in Sri Nagar. Therefore, he said, this region should be given all opportunities for development under the CPEC. - NNI

Pakistan condemns unprovoked Indian violations at LoC2017/07/25
ISLAMABAD: Indian Deputy High Commissioner was summoned at the Foreign Office on Monday over ceasefire violations on the Line of Control (LoC).
The Director General South Asia and SAARC Dr. Mohammad Faisal summoned the Indian Deputy High Commissioner, J.P. Singh and condemned the unprovoked ceasefire violations by the Indian forces in Leepa Sector on last Friday resulting in martyrdom of a 12-year old boy, Umair, in Gheekot village, and injuries to three others ...

Pakistan, US enjoy exceptional ties: Aizaz2017/07/25

WASHINGTON: Pakistan and the United States have enjoyed an exceptional relationship for the last seven decades, said Ambassador Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry while addressing a gathering over dinner in Chicago.
The dinner was organized by the Consul General of Pakistan in collaboration with Pakistani-American Community of Chicago to welcome Ambassador Chaudhry on his 
first visit to Midwest US after assuming office in Washington ...

Gillani for early announcement of Panama verdict2017/07/24
MULTAN: The Panama Papers case verdict should be announced as soon as possible so that normalcy can be restored, said former Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani.
"The Supreme Court of Pakistan should announce the final verdict soon to quell all speculations and rumours that have been surrounding Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif," Gillani said while address a press conference in Multan Sunday ...

Nation will reject those impeding uplift: CM2017/07/24
LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that people will reject those elements impeding the country's development by indulging in negative politics.
"Opponents have resorted to negative politics sensing their defeat in the upcoming 2018 general elections," Shahbaz said in a statement issued on Sunday.
He said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif lives in the hearts of 200 million people. "Those who level baseless allegations against the truthful leader of the nation will find nothing, but disappointment." The chief minister said that those opposed to the country's development are trying to enter power corridors through backdoor but they will not succeed in their designs. "Honesty, decency and service of people will be rewarded in election and the nation will not forgive those elements," he added.
In a previous statement, the CM said that the nation cannot be left at mercy of anti-development elements as Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) has mandate to serve people as per their wishes.-NNI

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