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Imran to stay at Punjab House after becoming PM

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan will stay at the Punjab House here after taking oath as the 21st prime minister of the country. PTI leader Nameeul Haq told media that the prime minister-in-waiting has preferred a small portion of the Punjab House for his stay over the palatial PM House. He said the PTI chief had directed him to inspect the Punjab House for the purpose. Khan will stay there 3 to 4 days a week and spend weekend at his Banigala residence, he added. Earlier, the star…

Nawaz Sharif summons meeting on party infighting in Islamabad today

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Nawaz Sharif has summoned a high-profile party meeting at Punjab House in Islamabad on Monday (today) to confer with confidantes on infighting and fragmentation within the party. According to sources, the former premier is also expected to discuss ongoing graft proceedings against the Sharif family members, besides the census, delimitation of constituencies and upcoming general elections are on the agenda. On Saturday, incumbent Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan…

2018 verdict will ‘sweep’ all other verdicts, says Nawaz Sharif

ISLAMABAD: Deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif says he regrets being deprived of the right to challenge the court decision in Panama Papers case. In a hurriedly-called press conference at Punjab House, Sharif said he served two sentences at the hand of dictators but “I didn’t bow down.” Today I’ve again been deprived of my right to challenge the verdict. He said he would continue contesting his case and fight for his rights..."and it will be people's victory in the end." 'Panama Drama' I faced the ‘Panama Drama’ and…

Ex-PM Sharif chairs brief meeting with confidantes at Punjab House

ISLAMABAD: After arriving in Pakistan on early Monday morning, Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has held a brief meeting with confidantes at Punjab House here, ARY News reported. According to informed sources, the former premier has questioned his disqualification once more, besides considering to appear before the accountability court despite some of his close aides have advised him not to show up at the court. Earlier today, he landed at Benazir Bhutto International Airport around at 7:45am after spending about a…

Nawaz Sharif ends GT Road rally, says nation has rejected his disqualification

LAHORE:  Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday ended his four day long journey from Islamabad to Lahore by speaking to a huge rally in Punjab province's capital city, ARY News reported. Flanked by a number of top party leaders, Nawaz Sharif urged the people to support him in his efforts to change the system of this country for good and in a way that the power of vote be respected. "This system has a virus and we will have to change it, this constitution and system should be changed," said Nawaz Sharif.…

PML-N’s GT-Road show finalised, Sharif to travel in cavalcade

ISLAMABAD: Anticipating Nawaz Sharif's journey to Lahore historic, Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leaders go into huddle to devise a plan for the party supremo's travel at Punjab House here, ARY News reported on Monday. According to sources, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will travel from Islamabad to Lahore in a cavalcade on Wednesday via the historic Grand Trunk (GT) Road. A bulletproof container is to be used for his travel that will be equipped with different kinds of jammers including the devices that will…

PML-N supporters violate section-144 on Sharif’s arrival in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: Amid the imposition of section 144 in the federal capital over security concerns on arrival of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the city administration and police remained inattentive and apathetic towards crowds of the ruling party supporters who took to roads to express their solidarity with the ousted premier. Section 144 has been imposed in the federal capital in the wake of Sharif’s arrival over security concerns. Nawaz Sharif early today arrived here to chair a key party meeting at Punjab House.…