Will the PM be sent legal notice for having 43 electricity meters at his Raiwind Palace in Lahore?

Lahore Electric Supply Company (Lesco) has reportedly installed 43 meters at Jati Umra estate Raiwind – the official residence of Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister, Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Sharif and their families – well informed sources told Business Recorder. Multan Electric Power Company (Mepco) on Monday issued a notice to Vice-Chairman Pakistan Tahreek-i-Insaf, . . . → Read More: Will the PM be sent legal notice for having 43 electricity meters at his Raiwind Palace in Lahore?

The Severely Retarded

By Aik Awaz – One Voice

A columnist known for her humor coined the epithet ‘Im the Dim’ for the Kaptaan’ who is currently swaying the masses with his oratory and regaling them with personal anecdotes and revelations about those in the government or those opposing him and his revolutionary ideas for a ‘new Pakistan’. . . . → Read More: The Severely Retarded

Model Town massacre Inquiry judge becomes PM Nawaz Sharif’s victim

M Nawaz Sharif has decided to penalize Justice Ali Baqir Najfi for his incriminating report against the Punjab government on the Model Town massacre. According to sources, PMLN govt has prepared a reference that will be lodged against Justice Najfi. PMLN has taken cue from a banned terrorist outfit’s propaganda against Justice Najfi.

It may . . . → Read More: Model Town massacre Inquiry judge becomes PM Nawaz Sharif’s victim

Past, present and future: nothing is black and white

The past politics of Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PMLN) have been far from ethical or principled. We grew up with images of Mian Nawaz Sharif as the trusted man of a dictator who was later exposed to be working with “individuals from the ISI” to forge an election alliance of almost all political forces just . . . → Read More: Past, present and future: nothing is black and white

Imran Khan – The legend has won

I sent this open letter to Chairman Imran Khan

Salam Imran Khan

You are a son of Pakistan in whose achievements the nation takes pride. You have raised the head high for the nation not only by winning a world cup but also establishing one of the best cancer . . . → Read More: Imran Khan – The legend has won

Why is PMLN trying to create problems between Army and Police

Pakistanis have seen a rapid downfall in Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s powers in less than two weeks.

His dramatic collapse is the result of political blunders in fifteen months in government.

Yet instead of resolving the political crisis and uniting the country, the embattled prime minister and the Sharif . . . → Read More: Why is PMLN trying to create problems between Army and Police

Nawaz Sharif underestimated people power

As thousands of protesters blockaded Pakistan’s parliament last week, the spirits of the lawmakers inside were briefly lifted by a rare appearance from Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

    But Sharif only listened in silence as legislator after legislator denounced the protesters seeking his government’s resignation. He then stood up, and left through . . . → Read More: Nawaz Sharif underestimated people power

Azadi comes at a cost!

There is a famous saying that everything comes with a price; the recent political crisis has already cost Pakistan more than could be bargained for.  Expanded over almost 10 days, the deadlock between two major political forces PTI and PML (N) still continues without any foreseeable resolution.  Where PTI is adamant on their demands, PML (N) . . . → Read More: Azadi comes at a cost!

Official penalized for being honest

The anti-corruption official, who had exposed the alleged corruption in the utilisation of Rs50 million allocated as a special health fund for the drought-hit Tharparkar, has been removed from his charge.

Khuda Baksh Laghari, the circle officer for Tharparkar, received his transfer orders two days ago. He has . . . → Read More: Official penalized for being honest

Islamabad Airport sinking in corruption

A patch of quicksand would rarely be thought of as ideal terrain to place important infrastructure on, but new information suggests that Pakistan’s aerospace managers would strongly disagree.

A Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) inquiry report on an airport debacle – the findings of which are available . . . → Read More: Islamabad Airport sinking in corruption