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EDHI SAHIB ON NAWAZ SHARIF’S CORRUPTION

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Successful Politicians

LETTER TO EDITOR

May 30th, 2013

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Successful Politicians

 

Churchill while defining politics and politicians had said that a successful politician was the one who promised moon and stars to his electorate before the elections and after being elected to the power could explain to them as to why he couldn’t do all that he had promised.  MNS has certainly grown up to qualify for that category of successful politicians.  He has so far taken to explain only one issue that of the energy and load shedding as to why it can’t be solved sooner as promised and one would have to wait and see what he will have to say about the other many many  ‘moons’ and the ‘stars’ that the Shareef brothers had so enthusiastically promised to the masses – the poor naïve masses who believe in such “successful” politicians who take them time and again for a big ride.

 

Col. Riaz Jafri (Retd) 

Col. Riaz Jafri (Retd)

Rawalpindi 
Pakistan

E.mail: jafri@rifiela.com

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Ayesha Ahad says Shahbaz’s son-in-law Ali Imran was behind her torture episode

Ayesha Ahad says Shahbaz’s son-in-law Ali Imran was behind her torture episode

aeysha-ahadd-ali-imran-www.pakdestiny.com

By Iran Salim

Islamabad, Oct 20 (www.pakdestiny.com) While Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif smartly rescue his daughter Rabia and even gain politically by presenting his son-in-law Ali Imran in the bakery boy torture case to police that was not even ready to quiz him, Hamza Shahbaz’s third wife Aysha Ahad identifies Ali Imran ‘a man behind her torture’.

Ayesha told Pak Destiny “Ali Imran last year with the help of Hamza got me arrested in a fake kidnapping case. I was given a 10-day physical remand during which Imran ensured that I was subjected to severe torture. Exactly after one year the real culprits behind this – Ali Imran – is exposed.”

“Ali Imran has been arrested for being involved in a similar kidnapping case and has been given a 12-day remand as well. The only difference is my and his case. I was innocent while Imran is guilty but the whole Punjab government machinery is bent upon saving him and Rabia. But still I am not given justice,” Ayesha said.
Interestingly, the PML-N media cell giving ads to local papers portraying Shahbaz Sharif a man of principles like Hazrat Umar. Shahbaz is taking full credit of ensuring supremacy of the law but the fact is he smartly has fooled the masses in his daughter and son-in-law case.(www.pakdestiny.com)

 
 

Hamza Shahbaz and Ayesha Ahad Malik marriage case

 

Court summons Hamza Shahbaz through advertisement

F.P. Report
LAHORE: A local court on Friday ordered to publish all previous orders summoning PML-N leader and MNA Hamza Shahbaz, son of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on application filed by Ayesha Ahad Malik.
Civil Judge Ghulam Murtaza placed this order and adjourned hearing till September 18. The court also summoned Dr Rabia with whom Hamza Shahbaz wanted to marry.
In the previous hearing of the case, the court issued notice to the respondents but no one appeared in the court, neither the respondents nor their counsel.
The petitioner of the case, Ayesha Ahad Malik said she was his wife and legally he was bound to ask her about his marriage with any other lady. She said he played with her life and was ignoring her and even denied of being her husband. Ayesha, the daughter of PML-Q former MPA Ahad Malik, challenged the likely marriage of Hamza Shahbaz and Dr Rabia,
The petitioner prayed to the court to stop Hamza from contracting other marriage with Dr Rabia.
Writ on election spendings: A writ petition has been filed in the Supreme Court of Pakistan on Friday seeking directions to fix limited amount of Rs 300,000 as per candidate for annual elections of SCBA.
Watan party filed the petition through its chairman Barrister Zafarullah Khan under Article 184 (3), Article 2-A, 9, 9, 25, 31 & 37 read with section 13 and 55 of the constitution at Lahore Registry of the Supreme Court.
The petitioner said corrupt practices and excessive expenditures in annual elections of SCBA, such as to hold lunch, tea, dinner parties for the voters and arrange transports to bring them to polling station, booths and issuing perchi containing particulars of voters, including name, polling stations, booths and serial number of the voters in the electoral roll should be banned.
He said candidates take part in elections for their vested interests and spend million of rupees to get maximum votes. They make efforts for their personal interests and do not focus on the welfare of the legal fraternity, he said.
The petitioner prayed to the court to direct the candidates not to spend money more than Rs 300,000 on the occasion of annual bar elections.
LHC seeks final report on hajj quota: Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial of the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday directed ministry of religious affairs to submit report regarding its meeting with Saudi embassy about hajj quota.
The Chief Justice sought final report on the matter pertaining distribution of hajj quota to new tour hajj tour operators. On Friday as proceeding started, Deputy Attorney General Naseem Kashmiri appeared before the court and submitted that only five companies approached them while no other company did bother to contract ministry concerned on the disputed matter.
Hajj Director Lahore Muhammad Saeed Malik was also present in the court. DAG told ministry had its meeting with Saudi embassy and that is why it could not submit report regarding the distribution of quota to new hajj tour operators. He sought time, on which the court directed the federal government to submit its final report about the distribution of hajj quota to new tour operators and adjourned hearing till September 10.
During the course of proceeding, Chief Justice remarked the courts have to intervene into the affairs of the executive when it fails to fulfill its responsibilities.
The CJ added that with this necessary intervention of the courts, the courts are accused of crossing its boundaries.
The petitioners said due to unjust distribution of Hajj quota to the private tour operators, it has become impossible for a common operator to bear Hajj expenses. They say Hajj policy had been sent to the federal government for approval, and a plan has been made to dish out the quota on personal like and dislike.
They said the Supreme Court in its July 7, 2011 order had observed that the government should observe transparency at the time of making next year (2012) Hajj Policy.
They pointed out that last year ministry and 726 tour operators had pleaded that money had been received from pilgrims and their lists had been sent to Saudi Arabia. Petitioners say ministry is again giving quota to these tour operators and door has been closed for new tour operators.
Court extends bail of Tauqeer, Talha: A special central judge on Friday extended till September 14, interim bail of former Punjab Chief Minister Principal Secretary Tauqeer Shah and Staff Officer Talha Barki accused of releasing fake intelligence reports about the murder plot of former LHC Chief Justice Khawaja Muhammad Shahreef.
Federal Investigation Agency sought more time to submit record of the case. The court accepting the plea of FIA extended interim bail till Sep 14, of both accused.
FIA had registered the FIR against them on charges of issuing a false intelligence report on murder plot of former LHC chief justice Khwaja Sharif.
The agency accused them of hatching a conspiracy by managing issuance of a false intelligence report about the murder plot in a id to create differences among the federal government, provincial government and judiciary.
The accused Rehman through his counsel submitted that he had no role in the alleged conspiracy. He said the FIA implicated him in the case to serve the ulterior motives of PPP-led federal government. He prayed that protective bail be granted him and the FIA be restrained from arresting him.

 
 
 

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