Pakistan rejects BJP’s anti-Pakistan tir اسلام آباد
On Sunday, Pakistan firmly rejected the leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) anti-Pakistan tirade in two Indian states during its election campaigns.
"We categorically reject these claims and threats as well as distortion of history and facts," the Foreign Office said in a press release.
This was a problem worth asking if the current rulers of the BJP in India had anything else to offer to the voters other than their animus to Pakistan, he said.
“Although we have rightly pointed out that Pakistan must end its instrumental use of domestic political gains and electoral dividends in India, "he added.
The BJP leadership's anti-Pakistan tirade escalated as the election process progressed in the Haryana and Maharashtra Indian states. Pakistan has been repeatedly cited at successive election rallies in recent days. Declarations was found repeating the same old groundless accusations of Pakistan's support for terrorism and drug smuggling, threatening to disrupt Pakistan's water supply, and borrowing from Pakistan's opening Kartarpur Corridor announcement.
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In the latest spate of ceasefire violations, at least seven people, including a Pakistan Army soldier, lost their lives on Sunday after Indian troops resorted to "indiscriminate and ruthless" shelling across the Control Line (LoC) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).
Nine people were also wounded by the shelling. In a single day of Indian shelling across the LoC, this is the highest death toll in 2019.
"Answering to India's racially motivated civilian casualties in the Jura, Shahkot and Nauseri sectors, nine Indian soldiers were killed while several others were wounded and two Indian bunkers were destroyed," the war propaganda network posted on Twitter to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
Asif Ghafoor, ISPR Chief General announced that in the exchange of fire one soldier had been martyred while two others had been wounded.
Gen Ghafoor's subsequent tweet said: "The Indian Army will always provide the appropriate response to CFVs. The Pakistan Army shall protect innocent people alongside the LOC[and] pay the Indian Army intolerable costs. Indian lies must continue to be revealed with reality to justify their false claims[ and] preparations for a false flag operation.
Today, on Jinnah Avenue in Islamabad, the world's largest Cashmir flag, five thousand meters long and 13 feet wide, was hoisted to express solidarity with Cashmiri brethren. The flag was hoisted in Islamabad during the Kashmir Million March. A large number of people, including political leaders, from all walks of life attended the March.
Trying to address the March Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan called for unity and joint struggle across the country for Indian Occupied Kashmir's independence. He said all the men, including religious and political leaders, including Prime Minister Imran Khan, would stand united for Kashmir's cause.
The State Minister said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi must know that a Muslim is not bowing to tyranny powers and that Kashmiris will continue their fight to get rid of Indian occupation. He offered rich tribute to Kashmiri youth's unparalleled struggle and the kept valley's political leadership for picking up Pakistan's flag even when India's occupying forces were violently oppressed. Standing on the event, March Organizer Uzmal Gul said that the participation of large numbers of people in the activity is evidence that the entire nation fully supports the Kashmiris in their struggle for freedom and a clear message to Narendra Modi that Kashmiris are not alone and will soon be liberated from the illegal occupation of India. Many speakers encouraged the international community and the UN to give the right to decide their future to Kashmiris.
At the Saaf Aab Authority (SAA) meeting on Tuesday, the idea to upgrade worn-out water supply lines across the district was proposed.
MNA Sheik Rashid Shafiq proposed the plan, which was unanimously endorsed by the members of the committee. Until installing new tube-wells and filtration plants, Shafiq suggested changing old water supply lines in the city.
Both supply lines in the urban areas are currently passing through sewerage pipes. Fresh water is often polluted by this technology and becomes a source of lethal diseases.
If the systems are introduced, the leakage in the supply lines will be reduced by 40 percent along with contaminated water supply risks.
The president of the DAA has also summoned schemes from seven MNAs and 15 MPAs from the town of the garrison.
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The Punjab govt has launched Saaf Aab Authority or Clean Water Authority in an effort to ensure people have access to safe drinking water.
The authority for grassroot access to people across the province was established at district level.
According Rawalpindi Deputy Commissioner (DC) Saifullah Dogar, the inaugural meeting of authority took place on Saturday.
Throughout the meeting, DC was told that national and regional representatives would be committee members, while the aim of authority building was to provide citizens with clean drinking water. Dogar was told that SAA would ensure that all old water supply lines were replaced while new lines would also be built with community members being included.
ISLAMABAD: The most influential wedge issue has arisen globally. Yet governments around the world are resorting to the expulsion of undocumented migrants in an attempt to appease nationalist voters at home. About half a million these illegal immigrants have been deported from Pakistan over the past six years.
A record of 519,000 Pakistani citizens, expelled from 134 countries worldwide, came back with a long list of charges including forged travel documents and a wide range of criminal convictions. Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Oman, and Turkey took the top spot among the long list of countries, deporting the majority of Pakistanis. In addition to the expulsions, there are reportedly more than 65,000 illegal immigrants in detention camps in Saudi Arabia and Turkey. The oil-rich kingdom has expelled the majority of Pakistanis in the last five years, according to statistics provided by the Ministry of the Interior.
Shehryar Afridi , Minister of State for Narcotics Control said on Saturday that witnesses ' lives in the drug case Rana Sanaullah may be in danger and asked Lahore High Court (LHC) to move the case to Rawalpindi or keep the court in jail.
The minister also requested the Punjab Inspector General (IG) to provide security to the witnesses in the high-profile case while speaking to the media in Islamabad. He further said there should be frequent hearing of the drugs case against the chief of the PML-N.
In July this year, Sanaullah was arrested by the Lahore team of the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) while traveling from Faisalabad to Lahore. The ANF had allegedly recovered from his vehicle 15 kilograms of heroin, a claim denied by Sanaullah.
"With 15 kilograms of heroin, Rana Sanaullah was trapped in black. There are witnesses and evidence against the president of the PML-N. Statements under Section-342 have been registered, "the minister said during the press conference.
"The source of income for Sanaullah is also undisclosed. He hasn't even reported his wealth. Where has he received billions of rupees from?"Afridi's asked.
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In addition to officially shut down the Punjab Saaf Pani Company (PSPC) after combining its north and south wings and shift its resources to the newly formed Aab-e-Pak Authority, the Punjab Housing and Urban Development (PHUD) Department has submitted a proposal to the Chief Minister of Punjab for the appointment of a new board of directors, which could grant final approval for the closure and transfer of the PSPC's property to the newly established authority.
The department of PHUD has suggested a list of members for the boards of directors of PSPC and has received approval from the chief minister in addition to legal opinion from the department of provincial law to formally close the PSPC.
Former Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government had formed the PSPC to provide clean drinking water for provincial residents, but it failed to perform badly due to rampant corruption in the tendering and contract award process.
Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has announced the creation of a new authority to provide all people of Punjab with clean drinking water. Within the new budget for the fiscal year, the government has already allocated Rs8 billion funds for this reason.
Popular religious scholar and foreign leader Jamia Binoria Mufti Muhammad Naeem vehemently opposed seminary students ' participation in long marches and sit-ins for political gains.
Mufti Naeem, who is now a member of the Wafaqul Madaris alArabia (WMA) Executive Committee – the country's largest seminar party – said the use of madrassa students in [ JUI-F's upcoming Azadi March ] will give the world a false message.
He just said in a video statement recorded after he met on Saturday at Jamia Binoria with Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Pir Noorul Qadri and Maritime Affairs Minister Ali Zaidi. On October 31, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman will march on Islamabad to "top the PTI government," accusing him of coming to power through rigged elections. All major opposition parties have already announced their support for the march, including PML-N, PPP, ANP, and PkMAP.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) would contest the result of Larkana's by-election in the electoral tribunal's PS-11 constituency. "The voters were prevented from casting a vote on election day and even the[ PPP] candidate was not allowed to enter voting stations," Shah said that while talking to the press in Sehwan, Jamshoro.
The PPP representative, Jamil Soomro, who is also the party chairman's political secretary, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, was defeated on October 17 by the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) Muazzam Ali Khan Abbassi with more than 5,500 PS-11 votes.
The PPP, for whom the staff held a sit-in protest on election day outside the District Returning Officer's office for several hours, also reported that many polling stations had not given its polling agents form 45. Soomro said he was leading in Abbassi's voting count until the results of announcing 42 polling stations.
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Да будаўніцтва жылля падышлі індывідуальна. Для гэтага яны выкарыстоўваюць прыродны матэрыял: салому, гліну, дрэва. Тут ёсць будынкi з саману, у выглядзе пчалінай соты, купальны дом, традыцыйны драўляны і іншыя. Некаторыя яшчэ толькі ўзводзяцца, таму на зімоўку ў паселішчы застаюцца толькі сем сямей.
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Tomorrow’s vote by the MPs will decide the future of Britain. The majority will determine if the Brexit process was flawed, a proposal put forward by Boris Johnson or if the Brexit should be prolonged. The vote from MPs will decide the side on which Britain will tilt.
The people who supported Brexit promised a future which will be like Rolls Royce if England leaves the European Union. In contrast, the proposal from Johnson is being compared to travelling in an old Banger by analysts. The deal put forward by Johnson will put jobs at risks, start economic trouble for the citizens and leave NHS vulnerable.
Paid holidays and equal pay for part-time staff, rights possessed by workers after the deal could come under jeopardy. Many UK MPs appreciate the fact that the country is desperate to move on.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today expressed gratitude toward the BJP for making its expectations unmistakable that it will pull back power endowment whenever casted a ballot to control, saying it will allow to individuals to pick between "two clashing models". Tending to gathering volunteers at a social occasion in East Delhi, Mr Kejriwal said he was "tormented" to peruse that BJP expects to pull back power sponsorship whenever chose to administer Delhi. In a meeting to a paper, Delhi BJP pioneer Vijay Goel had stated: "The BJP won't give sponsorship yet make such a situation, that power is less expensive". "He is a tall BJP pioneer. He doesn't have an issue with getting 4,000 units of free power each month as an individual from Parliament however has an issue with the normal man getting 200 units of free power. It really is great that the BJP has made its expectations unmistakable in front of surveys in Delhi," Mr Kejriwal told his volunteers, without referencing Mr Goel.