نوازشریف کے قریبی ساتھی اورمسلم لیگ(ن) کے رہنماءاحسان پاشا امریکہ کی ریاست نیوجرسی میں انتقال کرگئے ،نمازجنازہ جمعرات کواداکی جائے گی۔
پاکستان مسلم لیگ(ن) کے صدرمحمدنوازشریف کے قریبی ساتھی ،پارٹی کی مرکزی مجلس عاملہ کے رکن اورسابق سینیٹر احسان پاشا جن کا انتقال چارروزقبل امریکہ کی ریاست نیوجرسی میں ہوگیاتھا۔ان کی نمازجنازہ جمعرات کے روزکراچی میں اداکی جائے گی۔
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Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Deputy Secretary General Ahsan Iqbal on Monday said that Pakistan People’s Party is attacking judiciary in an attempt to make it “political martyr” before the general elections in the country. The PML-N leader said that the PPP is causing harm to itself by criticising judiciary through its activists.
“Zardari led government is making mockery of Constitution and democracy just top protect US $60 billion lying in the Swiss banks,” he said, adding, “The PPP had to pay price of its wrong doings in the general elections.” Ahsan Iqbal further said that the PPP is bent upon to get back independence of judiciary. “The whole nation rendered sacrifices for independence of judiciary and the independent judiciary will move forward,” he said. He added that the PML-N will foil all conspiracies against independent judiciary. The PML-N leader claimed his party would achieve success in the coming general elections and put the country on road to progress and prosperity. “The PML-N has made 3Es ie, Energy, Economy and Education as the most important element of its manifesto,” he said, adding, “PML-N experts team have devised a road map to lead Pakistan as a respectable country in the comity of nations.”
Regarding criticism of PTI leader Javed Hashmi on Nawaz Sharif, Ahsan Iqbal said Javed Hashmi had violated party discipline but no action was taken against him. What Hashmi is saying today is altogether different what he speaks in the past, he said. It does not suit Hashmi to level baseless allegations on PML-N leaders.
PROVINCIAL Minister for Law Rana Sanaullah on Monday said Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif was an asset to the country, who has achieved this high status due to his hard work and implementation of merit and transparency in the province and its credit goes to PML-N.
He said the CM took remarkable steps by completing mega projects expeditiously in a transparent manner throughout the province. Rana Sanaullah said the initiatives like Daanish Schools, Educational Endowment Fund, IT labs, distribution of laptops among students on merit, rapid transport facilities and promotion of e-government had not only been appreciated inside the country but also abroad and other provinces have also followed these steps. He said some elements under a planned conspiracy were trying to harm the position of CM, which he has achieved through his untiring efforts but they would not succeed in their nefarious designs.
He said PML-N would respond to those elements in befitting manner and would be exposed before the masses. The minister said the high place which has been achieved by CM by promoting the culture of merit at every level of the province was a hallmark of the PML-N.
LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz President Nawaz Sharif has said that the country has reached the brink of destruction and concerted struggle was needed to rid it of corrupt rulers and problems.
Nawaz Sharif was talking to an independent Member of Punjab Assembly Sardar Amjad Farooq Khan Khosa who called on him at his Jati Umra residence in Raiwind on Monday and announced his decision to join the party.
Nawaz said PML-N believed in politics of principles and honesty. He said because of these principles, people from different schools of thought were joining it.
He said the PML-N would not allow the rulers to cause damage to constitution, democracy and judiciary and would stand like a solid rock against such conspiracies. On this occasion, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, leader of the opposition in the National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali khan and others were also present. Political observers are describing the joining of Sardar Amjad Farooq Khan Khosa in the PML-N as an important development as he is a strong opponent of Zulfikar Khosa in Dera Ghazi Khan.
ISLAMABAD – PML-N central leader Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Wednesday accused PTI Chairman Imran Khan of gambling millions of dollars in the real estate gamble abroad.
Addressing a press conference, he further alleged that Imran sent the funds, donated to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, through money laundering.
Asif said, “Despite the opposition from the board of directors of the hospital, Imran invested 4.5 million dollars from the money gained from ‘Sadkaat’, ‘Fitrana’ and ‘Zakat’ in foreign capital markets,” adding that he lost 65 per cent of the invested capital.
Asif further alleged that Imran sent another US$8 million to Dubai through money laundering and bought property in Muscat. He also said several members of the PTI were involved in these dubious deals, adding that that the PML-N was ready to face Imran in court over these allegations.
He said the PTI chief had invested this money in unnamed offshore companies and the Imran’s front man Imtiaz Haideri transferred the amount.
Asif further said the Shaukat Khanum Hospital was a welfare institution and his purpose was not to harm the entity. However, he said, it was imperative to expose Imran’ corrupt practices in the guise of so-called charity missions. He said, “We are saying this with complete evidence with us.”
Agencies add: Asif, flanked by Mushahidullah Khan and Pervez Rashid, said how Imran would be able to maintain national exchequer if was unable to do so with the Shaukat Khanum Trust (SKT).
According to Asif, a company was first registered in British Virgin Islands, which transferred money into a company, HBG in Dubai. Later, the HBG bought shares of Sugarland worth $3 million. During 2009-2010, Sugarland declared losses and in the coming two years, it faced 64 per cent losses. “Here, the money of Shaukat Khanum invested by Imran also faced a loss but it was not shown,” Asif said while referring to the documents he had distributed.
“Imran doesn’t get tired of unleashing allegations against the entire world, but he should first look at himself too.”
The PML-N also alleged that those working at SKMH were either Imran’s friends or family members. “Another important person is Imtiaz Haideri. He is a member of Imran Khan’s trust. He is a chief executive in Dubai and a chief executive in British Virgin Islands too.”
“In this party (PTI), they are all real estate businessmen or are involved in collecting donations. There is this singer as well, who also collects donations. The whole leadership is involved in the real estate business, they are all gamblers,” said Asif, adding that he was providing proof from Shaukat Khanum’s own papers.
“We are not speculating or assuming this. We have handed you all the balance sheets too on which all the investments are stated.”
“During a Public Accounts Committee meeting, I asked NAB without mentioning any name that if a social welfare organisation is involved in such gambling investment, does your law allow them to catch them. They told me yes, they would take action… When the time comes, we will also go to the court.”
“We know it hurts the credibility of leaders before the elections, but we are trying to show the real face (of Imran Khan) on how he is managing the donations,” Asif added.
N bowls money-laundering bouncer at Imran Khan
LAHORE : Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that stern action will be taken against the officials responsible if rainwater accumulated anywhere in the provincial metropolis.
He said that he wanted results and would not be satisfied merely with reports, adding that had the system been functioning properly, the rainwater would not have accumulated on roads for a long time even after heavy rain and people would not have faced difficulties.
He was presiding over a meeting regarding arrangements for the monsoon and disposal of rainwater here on Sunday.
Shahbaz said elected representatives and government officers should realize their responsibilities and make the best arrangements for the quick disposal of rainwater. He said it was regrettable that the departments concerned and institutions had not made satisfactory arrangements for the drainage of rainwater. He said had the concerned departments been working in a coordinated manner, the citizens would not have faced inconvenience after the rain.
The chief minister expressed dissatisfaction with the rainwater disposal arrangements and the capacity of the staff concerned in the wake of torrential rain on Saturday and reprimanded the officers over the accumulation of rainwater in the provincial metropolis.
Issuing a warning to the officers concerned to improve performance, he said that he wanted results.
He said improvement of the system was a collective responsibility and rainwater should not remain standing in any area for long.
He directed the Wasa to improve the arrangements for water drainage and said that machinery should remain fully operational and presence of entire staff at the disposal stations should be ensured at any cost.
The CM said that accumulation of water not only in low lying areas but posh areas as well posed a big question about the efficacy of drainage system. He said that submersion of low-lying areas in rainwater was a proof that practical measures had not been taken due to which citizens had to face serious problems caused by heavy rain and traffic jams.
The CM said proper and effective planning should be made for the drainage of rainwater and immediate steps should be taken for removal of shortcoming in the system.
He said development agencies should work in a coordinated manner as water disposal arrangements during Ramazan assumed greater importance. He said that the disposal of rainwater within the stipulated time should be ensured at any cost.
Shahbaz Sharif directed the Wasa authorities that no drain should remain choked.
He took serious notice of accumulation of rainwater at Laxami Chowk and other areas and described it as criminal negligence on the part of officials concerned. He said there was no justification for accumulation of rainwater on the roads up till now.