PTI changes venue for Sialkot rally after local Christian community denies permission to use ground – Pakistan

On Saturday, PTI rescheduled its Sialkot meeting, scheduled for 7pm today, after the local Christian community rejected and objected to permits to use its CTI stadium. Punjab party president Shafkat Mahmoud said at a press conference that the rally will be held at a VIP cricket stadium about 5 kilometers away. Earlier today, authorities stopped … Read more

Will not rest till perpetrators of KU suicide attack given exemplary punishment: Bilawal – Pakistan

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said earlier this month that the government will not rest until “exemplary punishment” is imposed on the perpetrators of a suicide attack inside the University of Karachi that killed four people, including three Chinese. As he paid his condolences in Islamabad, he said the country was shocked and saddened by the … Read more

Sea of people in Islamabad to ‘sweep everyone away’ if elections not announced: Imran – Pakistan

Former Prime Minister Imran Khan warned on Friday that the “sea of ​​people” marching to Islamabad “will wipe out everyone” unless the government announces an election date. Imran said at a large public gathering in Mardan that he should realize that “fugitives” sitting in London are not allowed to make decisions about Pakistan. Imran emphasized … Read more

Imprudent comments by politicians about Lt Gen Faiz Hameed ‘very inappropriate’: ISPR – Pakistan

Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) made an exception to “inappropriate remarks” about Peshawar Corps commander Lt. Col. Faiz Hameed, which senior state politicians described as “very inappropriate”. A spokesperson for the military’s media department said in a statement that the Peshawar Legion was a “great organization” of the military and had led the war on terrorism … Read more

PTI govt minister sent threat night before no-trust vote against Imran: Bilawal – Pakistan

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari claimed that one of his ministers threatened him to accept early elections or impose martial law the night before the National Assembly passed a no-confidence bill for former Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday. “I want to share with this house the night before the no-confidence bill is introduced. [was passed]I … Read more