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Monday, February 21, 2011

Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza is a (so-called) hooligan : Rana Sana Ullah

Rana Sana hits back at Dr. MirzaGeo
KARACHI: Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah Sunday came hard on Sindh Home Minister Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza for the latter’s statement against Pakistan Muslim League-N, Geo News reported.

“Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza is a (so-called) hooligan who only a few days back visited Nine Zero to bow his head in respect,” Rana Sanullah said in reaction to the statement of Dr. Zulfiqar Mirza in which he warned Nawaz League of dire consequences ‘if it tried to use undemocratic tactics against Pakistan People’s Party in Punjab’

The Punjab Law Minister said ill will is evident in Zulfiqar Mirza’s statement, describing it as an attack on Pakistan’s integrity.

“Pakistan People’s Party has no intention to implement the 10-point agenda,” he claimed, adding that no reconciliation can be greater than Pakistan’s stability.

He said N-League has already decided to throw PPP out of the Punjab government.

Punjab tussle: Zulfiqar Mirza warns PML-N of consequences

FAISALABAD: Sindh Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza has warned PML-N of “consequences”  if the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) is forced out of the Punjab coalition.
Speaking at a public gathering in Lyari on Sunday, Mirza asserted that the PML-N was hatching conspiracies to eliminate the PPP from Punjab. He warned the PML-N that any undemocratic step against the PPP government would result in anarchy in the country.
Mirza’s warning follows statements by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, who  said February 22 will be the final day of talks with the PPP on the PML-N’s 10-point agenda.
Talking to the media in Faisalabad on Sunday, Shahbaz said the PML-N will decide on February 22 if it wants to have the PPP as a coalition partner in the Punjab government. Party chief Nawaz Sharif had earlier ruled out giving more time to the PPP to implement the 10-point reforms agenda.
PML-N, the main opposition group, has been engaged in negotiations with government interlocutors on economic and governance reforms linked to a 10-point agenda it had given to the PPP. Nawaz Sharif has given a 45-day deadline to implement the agenda, starting from January 10. Failure to deliver on the economic cum political agenda may lead to the parting of ways for both parties in Punjab.
Tension in Punjab
In an earlier report in The Express Tribune, the PML-N had refused to propose two members from its party to be part of a committee to discuss the 19-point agenda put forward by the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) regarding governance in Punjab.
The agenda – presented to the Punjab government by the PPP in seeming retaliation to a 10-point agenda given to it by the PML-N in the centre – was termed ‘useless’ and a ‘waste of time’ by Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah.
The PML-N had to announce its members on February 15, but Sanaullah has now categorically refused to implement the PPP’s agenda in Punjab. When contacted, Raja Riaz refused to comment on the issue.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Bahrain's army deliberately kills peaceful protesters with live rounds ( automatic weapon )

Fauzia Wahab resigns from party office

AJJ News
Sectary information Pakistan Peoples party (PPP) Fauzia Wahab has resigned from her party office on Saturday.
Talking to media here Wahab said that the statement regarding Raymond Davis was personal her view adding that she had a proud for being a part of PPP.
She said that she would continue to work as a worker for party.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Top US lawmakers reject Pakistan aid cuts over Davis issue

WASHINGTON: Top US lawmakers on Thursday rejected talk of cutting aid to Pakistan as leverage to win the release of a US national imprisoned for allegedly shooting dead two Pakistani men.
And US Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry, just back from a visit to Pakistan to discuss the fate of Raymond Davis, suggested a solution to the bitter diplomatic dispute over his fate come come within days.
“We just need to work through the process the way we are in the next days, and hopefully we get to a better place,” Kerry said in what amounted to a plea for patience from increasingly angry colleagues.
Asked whether his trip yielded progress towards a way out of the ugly diplomatic feud, Kerry replied “I think so,” but brushed off questions about whether Davis might be sent to the United States for trial.
“I don’t want to get into of the details of what may or may not occur, but hopefully we get a better resolution. And I just think we need to kind of let the process work,” said the Democratic senator.

Gilani sacks eight contractual government officials

ISLAMABAD: The Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Friday sacked eight senior government officials from their posts including IG Sindh Babar Khatak, DawnNews reported.
DawnNews learned from reliable sources that the Sindh Intelligence Bureau (IB) Joint Director General Tariq Jamil’s name was also included in the list of the sacked officials.
The Supreme Court had earlier asked the government to take steps to reverse re-appointments on contract at the senior level in police and in investigation agencies, while hearing a case on re-appointments of officials on contracts.
The appointments of the sacked officials were carried out without fulfilling essential legal requirements.
Sources told that a cabinet committee headed by secretary cabinet division, Nargis Sethi, was scrutinising the cases of another seven officials which were appointed on contract, but by following legal necessities.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Eid-i-Milad today

LAHORE – The nation will observe Eid Milad-un-Nabi today (Wednesday) to celebrate the birth of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) with religious reverence and fervour. 
The day will begin with a 31-gun salute at the federal capital and 21-gun salute at all the provincial capitals while special prayers will be offered for the security, solidarity and prosperity of the country in particular and Mulsim Ummah in general. 
It will be a public holiday and all offices and business centres will be closed. The electronic and print media will highlight the significance of the day by airing special programs.

People from all walks of life have completed arrangements to observe the Day with fervour and zeal. On the occasion, hundreds of processions and Seerat conferences will be held all over the country to mark the auspicious celebrations. In Lahore the central Eid Milad-un-Nabi procession will be taken out from Railway Station and march up to Data Darbar, while dozens of small processions from different parts of the city will merge with the central procession. The participants of the procession will be showered with rose petals and rose water from aeroplanes. 
The extensive preparations culminated on Tuesday night with the taking out a torchbearer procession under the aegis of Central Milad Committee from Data Darbar. The participants riding vehicles, motorbikes, and on foot marched at The Mall up to the Regal Chowk, carrying torches and reciting Darood and Naats. Most of the city mosques and important buildings have already been decorated with lightings, flower beads and buntings.

Imran Khan is Useless & 'Jahil'. He can only create Confusion. His Mind is Empty! - Najam Sethi

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Fauzia’s statement on Davis ‘personal opinion’

Fauzia’s statement on Davis ‘personal opinion’Geo
ISLAMABAD: President spokesman Farhatullah Babar, rubbishing the reports of disciplinary action being taken against former foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi in connection with his statement regarding American double murder suspect Raymond Davis, has also termed Fauzia Wahab’s statement on the issue as her ‘personal opinion’, Geo News reported.

He said Fauzia Wahab’s statement on Raymond Davis was her personal opinion instead of government or PPP’s party policy.

President spokesman Babar said PPP’s position on Raymond Davis issue is clear and lucid, urging leaders not to give statements on the status of Raymond Davis because his case is in court. “Making statements on Raymond Davis status is inappropriate as the court is hearing the case,” he clarified.

He said that Fauzia Wahab had herself clarified that her statement pertaining to Raymond Davis was her personal opinion not PPP’s or government policy.

Taliban warns Pakistan against releasing Raymond Davis

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani Taliban warned the government on Tuesday it would punish any move to release a US consulate employee accused of murdering two Pakistanis in a case that has inflamed already strained ties with Washington.
“If (Pakistani) rulers hand him over to America then we will target these rulers. If Pakistani courts cannot punish Davis then they should hand him over to us,” said Azam Tariq, spokesman for the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (Taliban movement of Pakistan).
“We will give exemplary punishment to the killer Davis.”
The warning from the al-Qaeda linked Taliban, which has kept up suicide bombings to destabilise Pakistan’s government despite several army offensives, underscores the charged atmosphere surrounding Davis’ case.
US Senator John Kerry was due in Pakistan as part of the Obama administration’s efforts to resolve the crisis.
Raymond Davis, the US consular employee jailed in Lahore for shooting two Pakistanis last month, says he acted in self-defence during an armed robbery.
Washington insists Davis has diplomatic immunity and should be released but the Pakistani government, fearful of a backlash from Pakistanis already wary of the United States and enraged by the shooting, says the matter should be decided in court.
On Thursday, the United States is expected to present a petition to a Lahore court to certify that Davis has diplomatic immunity and should be released.
Religious parties don’t win many votes in elections. But the government can’t afford to ignore the groups who often seize on issues concerning the United States to promote their cause.
“Of course he (Davis) should not be released. He has committed a crime and he should be punished. He doesn’t have immunity,” said Yahya Mujhaid, a spokesman for Jamaat-ud-Dawa, which was blacklisted by the UN over its links to the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant group blamed for the 2008 attack on Mumbai. It denies it has links to the LeT.
“If he is released, we will register our protest but in a peaceful way. We will hold rallies … Not only us, the whole of Pakistan will protest against any such move.”
Supporters of the slain men have held protests and burned US flags. In addition to the two men Davis shot, a third man was killed when a U.S. consulate vehicle, apparently trying to rescue Davis, struck and killed a passer-by.