The former chief justice of Pakistan (CJP), Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, has urged the judiciary to play its role in the current crises. Talking to the media here on Tuesday, Justice (retd) Iftikhar set aside all allegations of rigging during the last elections. He also rejected the allegations being leveled by Imran Khan and said they . . . → Read More: Justice Iftikhar disagrees with allegations of rigging during election
By Ayaz Amir
Boys and girls dance in the PTI rallies in Constitution Avenue, fume the clerics of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam led by Pakistan’s leading political acrobat, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, with his uncanny ability to be part of every power setup no matter what its colour or stripes. What should the boys and girls do . . . → Read More: While PTI fights for Pakistan, hypocrisy rules the rest
(By Talat Masood) The country is once again in the grip of grave political crises which, if remain unresolved, could have serious consequences for its integrity and stability. Clearly, Imran Khan is playing high stakes poker, giving the message of ‘now or never’. His allegation that the entire election of 2013 was a fraud . . . → Read More: Is “democracy” really in danger?
Chief Justice Nasirul Mulk on Monday asked them to vacate the route to the court. He passed this order while hearing a petition against the extra-constitutional moves.
The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) of Imran Khan and the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) of cleric Tahirul Qadri to clear the Constitution Avenue . . . → Read More: Nasirul Mulk asked protesters to vacate route to court
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!
On August 14, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) marched towards the parliament, under the leadership of Imran Khan, to protest against the alleged rigging by PML-N in the 2013 general elections.The long march is coined as “Azaadi March” (A March for independence).
While many are an advocate of Imran Khan in assembling this peaceful protest, unfortunately there are . . . → Read More: To critics of Khan
Lookalike of Imran Khan in Azadi March by dawn-news
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Thousands of Pakistani protesters tried to blockade parliament on Wednesday after an anti-government cleric told them not to allow anyone in or out, with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif inside at the time, but the lawmakers left by a back entrance.
The protesters have taken to the streets of Islamabad for five days, led . . . → Read More: PAT supporter block parliament
In light of the recent events unfolding in the what-seems-like halted capital, the Sufi-Brailvi cleric namely Tahir Ul Qadri, has posed his ten pointers to the ruling parties. This revelation of his comes at a point where his co-revolutionary Imran Khan still gives no stance on his guided policies to be. Although Qadri has gathered . . . → Read More: The Qadrisims of a Qadri-ocracy; A glance at Qadri’s version of democracy
As soon as Imran Khan announced his Civil Disobedience movement the entire opposition and twitterati erupted into a tirade of jokes asking questions such as, how would PTI supporters not pay GST on milk, bread and other groceries. Or that if they wont pay the utility bills the utility services would be disconnected and so . . . → Read More: Imran Khan’s Masterclass Against Nawaz Sharif That The Entire Nation Failed To Understand