PML-N launches anti-govt movement
Zardari, Gilani hell bent on destroying country: Nawaz
Asks people to get ready for long march
Staff ReporterTaxila—Launching its anti-government movement, President Pakistan Muslim League-N, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif made a call to the masses for a long march to get rid of ‘Gilanis’ and ‘Zardaris’.
Addressing a huge rally in Taxila on Saturday Nawaz Sharif said that the nation had to launch long march for restoration of judiciary.
Nawaz vowed that he and his party members would not sit idle until the looted hard earned money of the masses stashed in Swiss banks is not returned in the coun-try. He said that the PML-N would continue its struggle for recovery of loot money.
US drones kill 8 in NWA
Peshawar—Resorting once again to a naked aggression the American planes killed at least 8 more people in missiles hit in North Waziristan agency Saturday morning. The foreign office in what the analyst term as a lukewarm response, took exception to the fresh drone attack saying such kind of adventurism on part of American administration was only proving counterproductive.
Memogate scandal Commission orders forensic test of Ijaz’s BlackBerry
Islamabad—The judicial commission probing the Memogate scandal on Saturday issued orders for conducting forensic tests on Mansoor Ijaz’s Blackberry phone in London .
Secretary for the memo commission Raja Jawad Abbas has been directed to go to London in this regard.
Earlier, Husain Haqqani’s counsel Zahid Bukhari summed up his arguments where he told the court that Ijaz was of dubious character, who has not been able to back up his statements with proof.
Lyari limps back to normalcy
Karachi—Situation in Lyari returned to normal as the operation against criminals was halted Saturday after 8th consecutives days of tension and fire exchange.
According to independent sources more than 30 people lost their lives in the operation and scores left injured beside the residents remained stranded and deprived of basic facilities as water, food and electricity.