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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 ...

Ch Nisar will never leave PML-N, says Javed Hashmi2017/07/24

MULTAN: Former PTI and PML-N stalwart Javed Hashmi has said on Sunday that Panama case still stands in 50-50 position but Imran Khan's politics has 100 percent ended.
While talking to media in Multan, Hashmi pronounced that he told Khan to stand on his own feet rather than the support of others. "I advised Khan not to conduct a rally while acting on someone else's directions," he said.
Javed Hashmi notified that despite of opinion differences with Chaudhry Nisar, he has a mutual relationship of respect with him. 'Nisar knows the better way to pave his politics. He has been playing the role of bridge between army and Nawaz Sharif. He has also kept on advising Sharif not to clash with institutions," he said.
He predicted that Nisar will never leave PML-N. Hashmi stressed that he is against forward block and was called the same in Imran Khan's party.
Commenting on the Panamagate Case, he said that he is not only seeing Minus Nawaz but Minus-4 in the country. - NNI

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

Nisar postpones much anticipated Press conference2017/07/24
ISLAMABAD: The much anticipated press conference of Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has been postponed.
According to Interior Ministry, the press conference - scheduled to take place at 05.00 pm on Sunday - has been postponed as the minister is unwell. 
As per details made available, the presser has been delayed for one day, and will now be conducted on Monday. It has been leant that the reason behind this adjournment is Chaudhry Nisar's illness, as he is suffering from back pain and has been advised to take rest.
Let it be known that this is not the first time that the interior minister has suffered from back pain, as he had postponed all official activities on Tuesday as well due to the same reason.
It is pertinent her to mention that after Nisar earlier announced to exchange thoughts on his ongoing rift with the party, Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Federal Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique and another important member reached Punjab House to appease the displeased minister.
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) members told the interior minister that he is an asset of the party, requested him to not hold the presser, and one federal minister even beseeched Ch Nisar by joining both hands in front of him told him. 
Chaudhry Nisar told PML-N leaders that he is still bound to party discipline, and any sort of irresponsible behavior or statement should not be expected from him during the press conference, however, he possesses the right to express his complains. - NNI

Banners placed in Lahore calling on Shahbaz to replace PM Nawaz Sharif2017/07/24
LAHORE: With the sword of disqualification dangling over Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the Panama Papers case, banners have propped on Sunday in the provincial capital calling him to step down, and his younger brother, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, to replace him. 
"Jane Do Jane Do Mian Sahib Jane Do, Ane Do Ane Do Mian Shahbaz ko ane tho" (let go, let go, Mian Shahib let office go and let come, let come, let Mian Shahbaz come)," read a banner placed up outside the Lahore Press Club ...

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