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PML-N active in 32 districts

Quetta
QUETTA:Jamal Shah Kakar, General Secretary, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Balochistan said that PML-N is active in 32 districts of the province.   He said that he is saddened over the resignation of General (Retd) Abdul Qadir and his friends.   These views were expressed by him while addressing a press conference at Quetta Press Club accompanied by Malik Tahir, Jalil Ahmed, Shukeeb Alizai, Amir Muhammad, Muhammad Farooq and other leaders.   He said that resignation of the best companions of the party has saddened them; however, in democracy everyone had the right to make a decision. He said that a workers' convention of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz would soon be arranged in Balochistan.

Minister: (Opposition struggling for personal interests: Asad Umar)

Political
ISLAMABAD:Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar has said opposition parties are struggling for personal interests and government’s refusal for NRO has increased their frustration. Talking to a private television channel, he said PML-N government had made expensive agreements, due to which, the people are facing high prices in power sector. The Minister said PTI government is making all possible efforts to streamline the system.

(PML-N nothing more than social media spam brigade of hired guns: Shahzad)

Islamabad
Islamabad:Adviser to Prime Minister on Accountability and Interior Mirza Shahzad Akbar has said it is quite evident that people of Punjab and Lahore have rejected Nawaz Sharif. In a tweet, he said PML- N’s flop show in Lahore has exposed the defeated politics of Nawaz Sharif. He said people of Lahore have rejected the politics of the Modi’s friend. Mirza Shahzad Akbar said PML-N is nothing more than a social media spam brigade of hired guns.

(Assembly): Govt, opposition spar over quorum in National Assembly

Islamabad, Political
Islamabad: The treasury and opposition lawmakers in the National Assembly locked horns over the rule related to the suspension of sitting due to lack of quorum for more than one hour and allowed continuity of the proceedings for only 19 percent of the sitting’s time, says Free and Fair Election Network in its Daily Factsheet on Wednesday. The National Assembly met for three hours and 17 minutes, while the proceedings remained suspended for two hours and 40 minutes. The sitting started at 1057 hours against the scheduled time of 1030 hours. The Speaker presided over the sitting for an hour and 49 minutes while rest of the proceedings was chaired by the Deputy Speaker. The Leaders of the House (Prime Minister) and the Opposition did not attend the sitting. Forty-seven (14%) lawmakers w...