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Chief Minister Shah cuts his Islamabad visit short amid tensions

KARACHI: Chief Minister of Sindh Murad Ali Shah has decided to cut his Islamabad visit short and will return back to Karachi in the wake of the tense situation in the province after Supreme Court verdict in the Asia Bibi case. Chief Minister of Sindh has contacted with the Director General (DG) Rangers and I.G. Sindh and directed them to restore traffic flow on roads in Sindh province. According to sources, provincial government has prepared a strategy to end the protest sit-ins in various cities of the province and…

Another verdict handed down against Nawaz, rails PML-N leader

ISLAMABAD: Taking strong exception to the Supreme Court’s historic verdict determining the duration of disqualification of parliamentarians under Article 62(1)(f), Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) leader and Federal Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb on Friday termed it 'conspiracy' and another verdict against ousted premier Nawaz Sharif.  Speaking to the media outside the apex court, she said once again a verdict has been handed down against the thrice-elected prime minister. Such verdicts had been given in the past,…

NAB mulls over filing review petition against Hudaibiya verdict

ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is considering over filing a review petition against the Supreme Court verdict that rejected its plea seeking to reopen Hudaibiya Paper Mills reference against the Sharif family. Quoting sources ARY News reported that a NAB legal team will prepare and file the review petition after plugging loopholes and lacunae pointed out by the judges in its earlier plea to ensure that the fresh appeal does not suffer the same fate. On Dec 15, the three-judge bench, headed by…

PML-N to devise future strategy after consulting legal experts: Marriyum

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Friday said that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) will devise a strategy in the wake of Supreme Court’s verdict in the Panama Papers case after consulting with legal experts. She was speaking to reporters outside the Supreme Court when she said that the apex court’s judgment with regard to disqualification of the premier has disappointed her. Calling PML-N as one of the mainstream political parties in the country, she said nobody…

JIT may not summon again shortly, says Hussain Nawaz

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s son Hussain Nawaz on Friday said that it apparently seemed the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) would not summon him for another grilling session in near future as the intensity of asked question has been reduced. He was speaking to newsmen outside the Federal Judicial Academy after five hours of interrogation by the JIT for the fifth time. “I will appear as many times as they summon me but no evidence has been found against us. My family has always come forward for…