Sudan’s military places PM Hamdok under house arrest
In Sudan, the military forces put Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok under house arrest and arrested several members of Sudan’s civilian leadership before dawn on Monday.
Those arrested include majority of cabinet members, a large number of pro-government political party members, and one member of the ruling sovereign council.
The army have taken control of the capital Khartoum and restricted civilian movement. Khartoum airport has also been shut.
Meanwhile, Sudan’s main pro-democracy groups have called on its supporters to resist any military coup in the country.
ICCI forges strategic partnership with TDC to address health issues of business community
ISLAMABAD, 5 DEC /DNA/ – The Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) has signedRead More
PTI Core Committee congratulates newly elected party Chairman, other officials
DNA ISLAMABAD: In a smart move, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Core Committee decided to speed upRead More