May 12 carnage Lawyers observe Black Day
Rawalpindi—The lawyers’ community countrywide on Saturday observed a ‘Day of Mourning’ against the unlawful and unconstitutional act of former dictator General Pervez Musharraf in 2007.
As per details, five years back former dictator General Pervez Musharraf on 12 May, 2007 unlawfully imposed ban on the movement of Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary at Karachi Airport and did not allow him to enter in Karachi city to address the lawyers, killing of more than 45 innocents in Karachi, burning of lawyers and media offices were damaged.
Indian intelligence blunder sparks anger in Pakistan, jokes at home
New Delhi—India’s intelligence agency sparked outrage in Pakistan and self-deprecatory jokes at home this week after it listed ordinary Pakistani shopkeepers as terrorists on a mission to attack some of India’s landmark institutions.
The Research and Analysis Wing, India’s premier intelligence agency, issued an advisory to state governments in which it said that five trained militants from Pakistan’s banned Lashkar-i-Taiba group had sneaked into India with fake identities to attack a nuclear facility, oil refinery, seaport and defence academy.
‘Pakistan Terrorism Accountability Bill’ introduced in US Congress
Washington—Alleging that Pakistan has for decades leveraged radical terrorist groups to carry out attacks in India and Afghanistan, a U.S. lawmaker has introduced a bill that proposes to deduct $50 million from the U.S. aid to Islamabad every time an American is killed “as a result of actions of ISI.”
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher has introduced the “Pakistan Terrorism Accountability Act of 2012” in Congress.