Kayani for respect based Pak-US ties
Allen pleased over upward spiral in relationship
Rawalpindi—Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani Thursday said that Pak-US relationship should be based on mutual trust, respect and transparency.
During a meeting with Commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) General John R. Allen, who called on him at GHQ here, he said current meeting has helped towards improving strategic and operational understanding between Pakistan Military and NATO Forces. General John R. Allen during the meeting said “I look forward to these visits and I am pleased with the upward spiral in our relationship they represent.
Contempt law case AG withdraws allegations after being snubbed by CJ
Islamabad—The Attorney General withdrew allegations which he levelled against the bench by terming four judges prejudice during the hearing of law regarding contempt of court.
During proceedings, the Attorney General said in his arguments that parliament had the authority to regulate the proceedings on law of contempt and every institute had to function under the law made by the parliament.
BLA, LeJ responsible for unrest: Malik
Islamabad––Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Thursday said Balochistan is target of world power game and local extremist organizations and banned outfits are forwarding their agenda.
Malik was briefing the Senate about the Balochistan policy. He said that there are certain sensitive things that he cannot tell publicly.
JI terms Indian permission for investment a trap
Lahore—Syed Munawar Hasan, Ameer, Jamaat-e-Islami has termed India’s permission to Pakistanis to invest as a trap, and a plan to destabilize the country in every respect.
In his statement he said that patriotic forces and businessmen should not fall in this trap as India is the number one enemy of Pakistan.
He said that India was continuously trying to weaken this country under a plan.
Indian water aggression against the country was going on. India had built 62 dams over the Pakistani rivers and is denying to give Pakistan’s due share of water. India wanted to convert Pakistan in to a desert and destroy its industry, agriculture and economy so that Pakistan became totally dependant.