Logistic Support Order for Bye-Election in NA-103

Administrative and Logistic Support for conducting bye-election in NA-103 and PP-103 is complementary NEWS LINE:- FAISALABAD:- Administrative and Logistic Support for conducting bye-election in NA-103 and PP-103 is complementary. Deputy Commissioner Syed Ahmad Fawad directed all departments to provide Administrative and logistic support for conducting bye-election in NA-103 and PP-103. Bye-election will held in NA-103 and PP-103 Tehsil Tandilianwala on 14th October and Logistic Support is necessary for all. DC advised the officials during a meeting for reviewing the administrative matter for the Bye-election. Election commission set up 389 polling…

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IHC Suspended Sentence of Nawaz, Maryam and Safder

NEWS LINE:- ISLAMABAD:- The Islamabad High Court (IHC) announced its verdict and suspended the Accountability Court’s verdict in Avenfield reference case. IHC suspended the sentence of Nawaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz and Cap. Safder I Avenfield reference. The Court also ordered to release former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam and son-in-law Safdar from Adiala Jail. A two-judge bench comprising Justice Athar Minallah and Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb heard the petitions filed by Sharif family. Earlier, the Court has directed NAB prosecutor Akram Qureshi to conclude his arguments.   Criminal…

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PAK-UK Agreement for Recovery Stolen Assets

NEWS LINE:- ISLAMABAD:- The governments of Pakistan and England signed an agreement for recovery of stolen assets and putting a check on money-laundering. Agreement was signed by British home secretary Sajid Javid and Pakistani Law minister Farogh Nasim. They titled the joint declaration as “UK-Pakistan Justice and Accountability Partnership”. Both the countries agreed to enhance cooperation to stop illicit financing. After signing the declaration both the ministers announced it in a joint press conference. They said that accord would track corruption and also restart the bilateral prisoner transfer that was…

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