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CMYK CMYK CMYK Metropolitan: Efforts aimed towards saving party from splitting up, says Sattar Page 2 National: Police squads set up to crack down on kite flyers Page 4 International: Syria shoots down Israeli F-16 jet, pilots eject Page 5 CMYK Member APNS ABC CERTIFIED Reg. No. 1655 CMYK CMYK Rs 10.00 Vol. X No.42 8 Pages On Tips Prayer Timings Karachi Fajr 4:51am Sunrise 6:09am Zohar 12:34pm Asr 5:08pm Maghrib 6:59pm Isha 8:18pm City Temperature Min Max Khi 27 ο C 31 ο C Lhr 24 ο C 38 ο C Isb 27 ο C 37 ο C Qta 20 ο C 32 ο C Psh 26 ο C 37 ο C FOREX RATES 1800GMT GBP/USD 1.32 EUR/USD 1.13 USD/JPY 100.49 USD/CHF 0.97 2 Indian army officers killed, 6 troops injured in Jammu attack SRINAGAR: In occupied Kashmir, two Indian army officers have been killed and six soldiers injured in an ongoing attack on an army camp in Jammu. Unidentified gunmen stormed into the army camp in Sunjwan area of Jammu, early this morning, leaving two army officers killed and six other soldiers injured. There are reports of killing of two children in the cross-firing between the attackers and the Indian forces. The camp located on Srinagar- Jammu-Pathankot highway is surrounded by dense population. NAB writes four letters to Punjab govt. for provision of record ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) NAB has written four letters to Punjab government for provision of record beside many verbal requests by NAB Lahore to Punjab Govt. However, the clarification of Punjab government was not base on facts.The credible sources have disclosed that NAB had issued a press release earlier after report for non provision of record from Punjab government and expressed displeasure and ask the Chief Secretary Punjab to provide record. On Feb 8, 2018 Chairman NAB took notice for non provision of record by Punjab Govt. and asked the bureaucracy in Punjab to provide record to NAB and abide by laws as non provision of information/record to NAB who is conducting an inquiry of 56 public limited companies of Punjab is against the law and come under hampering with inquiry of NAB law. Weather to remain cold and dry in most parts of country I S L A M A B A D : Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has predicted cold and dry with partly cloudy weather in most upper parts of the country during the next 24 hours. However, light rain is expected at few places in Malakand, Bannu, Quetta, Zhob divisions and FATA. TAXILA: Former Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has categorically said that he cannot work under the leadership of Maryam Nawaz Sharif. “I am not a political orphan to call my junior as sir or madam”, he said this while addressing a news conference here at Kohistan House. “I have decided to remain active politically within the party”, he added. Chaudhry Nisar said has never violated party discipline, adding it was not possible for him to continue politics of hypocrisy. He said he tolerated many things and now decided to put himself at side. “I wrote a letter to Nawaz Sharif and gave some valuable inputs but there suggestions were not implemented”, he added. Former Interior Minister said he prefers to hold discussion within party, adding he said some concerns and reservations about running party affairs. He said that he had never criticized Maryam Nawaz or Nawaz Sharif and had just said that he could not work under the children as it was against his dignity. KARACHI EDITION – Sunday, February 11, 2018, Jumada-al-Awwal 24, 1439 Nisar refuses to work under Maryam Will make report public if party doesn't call CEC meeting on Dawn Leaks says Nisar TAXILA: Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan addressing a press conference. KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has suggested Muttahida Qaumi M o v e m e n t - P a k i s t a n (MQM-P) and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) join hands. While speaking to the media outside the Election Commission of Pakistan office in Karachi on Saturday, the chief minister said they wanted MQM-P to stay intact and not be divided into factions that it recently has. The chief minister was referring to the rift between MQM-P chief Dr Farooq Sattar and the party’s Rabita Committee over the allotment of Senate tickets. Speaking about Pakistan Peoples Party’s participation in the Senate elections, the chief minister said they were contesting the polls on all the seats of the upper house. Also present with him was PPP MPA Saeed “ I was comfortable in working with Nawaz Sharif and his brother Chief Minister of Punjab (CM) Shehbaz Sharif but refused to continue under supervision of Maryam”, he added. He said it will be decided after the elections that who will be the next Prime Minister. It is premature to say, in this regard. He alleged that attacks were being made through media, saying personal attacks on judges would worsen the issues. Chaudhry Nisar Ali said use of abusive language in the war of rating has become a practice. ‘We, the politicians call ourself Saadiq and Aamin and others as thieves”, he added. He threatened to public the Dawn Leaks report if the PML-N would not convene the central executive committee meeting to discuss the issue. He said that Dawn Leaks is a matter of sensitive nature. He said that he is considered as a critique of Nawaz Sharif and had given his critical views in the cabinet meeting. “My suggestions in Panama case are on record,” he said. Speaking regarding recent divisions among MQM-P ranks, the PML-N stalwart said that division at such level in any party should be a matter of concern for anybody. He, however, hoped that MQM is a political party and would soon resolve its issues. The former interior minister went on to say that a person, who has never contested an election, can never become a politician. He added that the party will suffer if there is personal enmity between workers and leaders. He asked that why former special assistant to prime minister on foreign affairs Tariq Fatemi made to resign when he was not mentioned in the Dawn Leaks. MQM-P and PSP should join hands, suggests CM Sindh CJP directs ATC to decide Zainab case within 7 days LAHORE: Chief Justice, Justice Saqib Nisar has directed the special anti-terrorism court (ATC) hearing the Zainab murder case, to give its verdict, in seven days. Hearing was held at the Supreme Court Lahore Registry today (Saturday). Inspector General Punjab Police Arif Nawaz Khan apprised the three member bench that challan of accused Imran Ali has been submitted in the anti-terrorism court. KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah congratulates Mian Raza Rabbani on acceptance of his nomination papers for Senate election, at election commission office.. Former Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah is also greeting also in picture. The Chief Justice said if anyone has a complaint regarding the Zainab murder case, he can submit his application in the court. Later, while hearing provision of clean water case the bench also expressed displeasure for not providing clean water in the provincial capital Lahore. The court asked Punjab Chief Secretary to inform the bench that when the Punjab Chief Minister will appear before the court Lahore. Ghani, who said MQM could further be divided as some people in the party wanted to do politics while others wished to carry out terrorist activities. Sleeping election commission cannot be in interest of any one: PTI ISLAMABAD: PTI spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry has said when the elections are round the corner, the mega projects being announced by Prime Minister (PM) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and his visits to his constituency are flagrant polls rigging. Why the PM was to recall these projects four months before general elections, he said adding people are not fool and they are aware of the planning of PM and his puppets. Such activities of PM are extremely illegal, he remarked. It is responsibility of election commission to stop such illegal electoral activities of PM, he stated. Apex court summons CM Punjab today Shahbaz Sharif decides to appear in SC LAHORE: Chief Minister (CM) Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif has decided to appear in the Supreme Court (SC). “if SC has summoned him he will appear before it at every cost. I and PML- N have always upheld the constitution and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif too has been appearing in the courts for this reason”, he said this in an informal chat with the media men on the conclusion of a ceremony here Saturday. Whichever including SC and Accountability Court (AC) summons him and Nawaz Sharif we will appear before them, he remarked. Formal notice has not been received by him, and he has got information through media, he said adding the learned court will set whatever date he will appear in SC Lahore Registry. RAWALPINDI: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi Friday continued waiting for the ex- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in flagship reference that but he did not appear before it despite summons. According to media report, the NAB is mulling PM calls for jihad against horse trading ahead of Senate polls Khaqan Abbasi launches work on Gas Supply to Isakhel ISAKHEL: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Inaugurating the Project for Supply of Gas to Tehsil Isa Khel and Adjoining Areas of NA-71 Constituency in District Mianwali. ISAKHEL: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Saturday called for court ‘jihad’ against political horse-trading and categorically declared to resist and shame those who would get Senate membership using their fortune. “Senate election is due after a month. I question as how a party or individual with no MPA in a provincial assembly, can become Senator. There is only one method of plundering and venality which we have to to summon Nawaz Sharif again to appear before it. Earlier, the NAB had summoned disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to appear at 11: 00 a.m so Combined Investigation Team (CIT) may interrogate him in flagship reference as supplementary reference has reject. This can never be in country’s interest. We have to launch jihad against it,” the prime minister said addressing a public gathering after launching work on gas supply project to Isakhel Tehsil and surrounding areas. The prime minister who earlier launched the project by unveiling the plaque and welding a gas pipeline, was accompanied by parliamentarians from the area including Obaidullah Shahdi Khel and Mumtaz Tamman, provincial minister Raja to be filed in Accountability Court but Nawaz Sharif has decided not to cooperate with NAB. Nawaz Sharif did not appear before NAB while NAB is pondering to serve notices on ex-PM again. More supplementary references including Al- Ashfaq Sarwar, and party leaders including Hanif Abbasi, Anjum Aqeel and Siddiqul Farooq. The prime minister said that they would personally resist and shame those who would get Senate membership by buying the votes. “(We) will shame them. (We) will present them before the public court” he said believing that the one winning Senate membership by using the riches could neither represent the people nor could serve the Senate. Nawaz not appeared before NAB in flagship reference Akbar Lone shouts Pakistan Zindabad slogans in IOK Assembly SRINAGAR: In occupied Kashmir, National Conference legislator, Muhammad Akbar Lone, shouted pro-Pakistan slogans in the so-called Kashmir Assembly, today, to counter BJP MLAs who were shouting anti- Pakistan slogans. Muhammad Akbar Lone talking to mediamen Naqeebullah killing Islamabad sit-in called off after agreement ISLAMABAD: The "Pashtoon long march" has been called off after the protester's demands were accepted by the government, a notification said. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Ameer Muqam met with the protesters and convinced them to end the protest. The notification added that the sit-in will resume if government fails to take concrete steps to ensure their demands are met. The demands include arrest of fugitive suspended cop Rao Anwar, wanted for the extrajudicial killing of Naqeebullah Mehsud in Karachi, and ensuring justice is served in the case. Scores of Pashtoon men and women have been said that he was a Muslim first and his sentiments were hurt when the BJP MLAs were shouting anti-Pakistan slogans. “I couldn’t control my emotions and raised Pakistan Zindabad slogans,” he added. Earlier, the House was adjourned amid chaos over Speaker’s controversial remarks against Rohingyas. Speaker Kavinder Gupta had earlier alleged the presence of Rohingyas led to attack on an army camp in Sunjwan area of Jammu, today. Members of the opposition parties sought apology from the Speaker for his remarks. staging a sit-in for over a week in the capital to demand the arrest of culprits in Naqeebullah’s murder. Naqeebullah, a 27-yearold native of Waziristan was among three others who were accused of being terrorists and killed on the orders of Malir SSP Rao Anwar, in what was later termed a fake encounter. MULTAN: Pukhtoon students of Nishtar Medical University protesting against extrajudicial killing of Waziristan native Nageeb Ullah Mehsud in Karachi, outside Multan Press Club. Azizia steel mills and Flagship investment are being prepared against disqualified Prime Minister while DG NAB Rawalpindi Irfan Naeem Mangi is supervising these references. In the new references, documents received from abroad are being included. Shahzeb murder case Shahrukh Jatoi shifted to Jinnah hospital KARACHI: Shahrukh Jatoi was shifted to Jinnah Hospital on Friday after complaining of back pain. Jatoi was shifted to the hospital from jail premises on Friday night on the recommendation of the jail’s medical officer. The MO made the request citing unavailability of resources to tackle the ailment within jail premises. Jatoi had previously also served most of his incarceration at the JPMC citing medical issues. Earlier in February, Jatoi, along with three others, was transferred to Karachi Central Jail after being brought from Islamabad under the custody of the metropolis' police. The Supreme Court had ordered the re-arrest of Jatoi, Siraj Talpur and other convicts in the Shahzeb Khan murder case. Following the order, Shahrukh Jatoi and others were taken into custody from the court premises. The apex court had also ordered for the names of the accused to be placed on the exit control list. The apex court had been moved by members of the civil society against the Sindh High Court's (SHC) decision ordering a re-trial and removal of terrorism charges from the conviction against the accused. CMYK CMYK CMYK

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