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OIC is of Pakistan: Gill

ISLAMABAD, Mar 19: Special Assistant to Prime Minister onPolitical Communication Dr Shahbaz Gill on Saturday said theOrganisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was not only of Imran Khan butof Pakistan. “Pakistan is playing its role in uniting the Islamic world and underwhose agenda are they (opposition) putting hindrances in this work,” hesaid in a series of tweets. Referring to leader Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, Nawaz Sharif, he saidthat he was politically immature and their forefathers had createdpolitical split in the country.

Selected PM Imran has no legal, moral justification to remain in power: Shazia Marri

Islamabad, MAR 19 /DNA/ – Central Information Secretary of PPP-P and member of the National Assembly Shazia Atta Marri has said that Selected Prime Minister Imran Khan has no legal and moral justification to remain in power and even, he has been lost the trust of his own party’s lawmakers. This she said in a statement issued hereon today. Shazia Marri said that every decision and order passed by Prime Minister Imran Khan would be reckoned illegal. The Selected Prime Minister and his cabinet’s time has ended up and theRead More

Serena Hotel marks 20 successful years with Nowruz & Spring Festival

DNA ISLAMABAD: Serena Hotels celebrated a Nowruz and Spring Festival while marking the 20th Anniversary of Islamabad Serena Hotel. The program included cultural performances from across Pakistan, live music, displays of traditional artefacts, and a number of entertainment activities. Nowruz, which means ‘New Day’, is an ancient celebration of spring dating back to around 3000 years; and is celebrated by 300 million people belonging to different faiths and ethnicities across the world. The Nowruz celebrating countries particularly Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkey, and Uzbekistan participated in the celebrations by displaying their cultural heritage andRead More

Most of the dissident lawmakers will return to PTI: PM Imran

RAWALPINDI, Mar 19: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Saturdaythat most of the dissident members of the ruling PakistanTehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) who were staying in Sindh House will soon return. Addressing the ground-breaking ceremony of Rawalpindi Ring Road projecton Saturday, he said that huge bags of money had been doled out topurchase loyalties of people. “There is a market to purchase conscience of people through illegalpelf. The police force was summoned from the Sindh province to guard theSindh House where illegal activities were happening,” he added. The prime minister said thatRead More

Joint opposition warns of sit-in if NA session not called till Monday

ISLAMABAD, Mar 19 (DNA): Joint Opposition Saturday called the PakistanTehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers who had attacked the Sindh House yesterday(March 18, 2022) ‘rioters’. Addressing a joint press conference flanked by Pakistan DemocraticMovement (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and PPP Chairman BilawalBhutto-Zardari, Shahbaz said that Speaker Asad Qaiser should ‘come tohis senses’, adding, ‘don’t let democracy derail, otherwise neitherhistory nor the people of Pakistan would forgive you.’ He asked National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser not to become a ‘tool’ inthe hands of Prime Minister Imran Khan. “You should perform your dutiesas aRead More

ICCI calls for implementation of new rent control act in courts

ISLAMABAD, MAR 19 /DNA/ – Jamshed Akhtar Sheikh,  Acting President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) said that the government has passed an amended bill of rent control act for Islamabad through the parliament but it is not being implemented in the courts as yet due to which the traders are facing problems. He appealed to the Chief Justice of the Islamabad High Court to issue directions to the lower courts for implementation of the new rent control act so that the rent disputes of the traders could beRead More