New Cabinet Old Faces: Fading Imran Khan’s Tabdili

Imran Khan PM Speach

NEWSLINE:- ISLAMABAD:- The newly announced cabinet of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) government contains many experienced politicians, the majority of whom previously held key posts in the regime of former dictator General (Retd) Pervez Musharraf. As many as 12 members of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s cabinet served under Musharraf. The 21-member cabinet includes a former spokesperson of Musharraf, his attorney and several members of his cabinet and core team. The Cabinet members who served under Musharraf in various capacities include Farogh Naseem, Tariq Bashir Cheema, Ghulam Sarwar Khan, Zubaida Jalal, Fawad…

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Arif Alvi and Aitzaz Ahsan for presidential Candidates

NEWS LINE:- ISLAMABAD :-PTI Chairman Imran Khan nominated Dr Arif Alvi as nominee for the post of President of Pakistan as candidate of PTI and PPPP would be going to present the name of Aitzaz Ahsan as presidential candidate. Presidential Election Schedule The Election Commission has already announced schedule for the election of the next president for September 4. President Mamnoon Hussain ends his five-year term next month. “Chairman Tehreek-e-Insaf has given his assent (for Dr Arif Alvi). The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has decided to put the name of…

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Pakistan Remains Committed to Defeat Terrorism: UNSC

NEWS LINE:- ISLAMABAD:- The Monitoring Team of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Sanctions Committee, in its recently published 22nd report, lauded Pakistan’s counter terrorism efforts by acknowledging that extensive counter-terrorist operations (in the country) have led to a reduction in the terrorism in the country. This is not the first time that the monitoring team has acknowledged Pakistan’s counter-terrorism gains. Earlier, in February 2018, the monitoring team, in its 21st Report, had also noted with appreciation that Pakistani military operations have denied space for ISIL to establish an organizational…

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Cricket Hero elected as Prime Minister of Pakistan

NEWS LINE:- ISLAMABAD:- Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan has been elected Prime Minister of Pakistan. He will take oath tomorrow in a ceremony held at president house Islamabad. Imran Khan would be the 22nd prime minister of Pakistan. He received 176 votes as against 96 votes by his only rival Shahbaz Sharif of PML (N) at the voting held at Parliament House in Islamabad to elect Leader of the House in the National Assembly on Friday afternoon. In a house of 372, the winning candidate was required to obtain at…

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