PTI to move SC against Speaker’s ruling: Imran
Criticizes Nawaz on evading tax
Staff ReporterRawalpindi—Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has declared that his party would file petition against the ruling of Speaker National Assembly on Monday. Addressing a big public rally, he said “we believe in the supremacy of the constitution and Monday’s Tsunami will sweep away Zardari and Gilani. He assured Supreme Court that PTI with the Apex Court”.
Imran Khan said “Gilani who is trying to save the corruption of Zardari has been disqualified by the Supreme Court”. He said Asif Ali Zardari is the chronic disease of the country.
No restriction on dual citizenship in Constitution: PM
Islamabad—Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Sunday said there was no restriction on dual citizenship in the Constitution and he was in favour of expatriate Pakistanis getting right to vote and becoming members of the Parliament.
Speaking in a private television programme, he said more than 300 councillors, mayors and members of House of Commons and House of Lords in Britain were Pakistanis.
There should be a debate on the issue of dual citizenship and the Parliament should decide the issue and legislate as the world has changed, he said and added that the expatriate Pakistanis should not be deprived of the right to become members of the Parliament and voters in Pakistan.
Pak- US ties complicated: Panetta
Washington—US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has said it was “disturbing” and “difficult to understand” Pakistan’s 33-year prison sentence for a doctor who aided the United States in finding terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.
Shakil Afridi, a 48-year-old Pakistani doctor, was convicted last week of high treason by a Pakistani tribal court for working with the CIA by running a fake vaccination program near the al Qaeda leader’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, in an attempt to collect DNA samples from bin Laden’s relatives to try to confirm his location.
Quetta terror attack Three die, seven injured in blast
Quetta—Three persons were killed and seven injured Sunday when a bomb planted on a donkey cart exploded through remote control.
The target is stated to be police van which was passing near the donkey cart narrowly escaped the target of miscreants.
The injured mainly passersby were removed to the hospital. Terrorists in Quetta intensified their activities during the current week. The bomb and the rocket attacks have become daily affair challenging the law enforcing agencies frustrating their efforts to protect the life of citizens. The situation is grim and pall of gloom has intensified the feelings helplessness among the residents.