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There is no belief in the only way to get rid of PM: Khuhro | Instant News


KARACHI – Provincial president for Pakistan People’s Party Nisar Ahmed Khuhro said on Saturday there were only two ways to get rid of the incumbent government which was through a vote of no confidence in parliament or mobilizing the masses.

Khuhro said, now Prime Minister Imran Khan used to incite people to besiege parliament. He rounded up two to three thousand people and claimed the masses were standing by his side, said PPP president Sindh Nisar Khuhro while speaking to media.

He said, “we will continue to remind the current government of how to get to power today so that he realizes how it incites people to build pressure on parliament and is in fact called a fake parliament,” Khuhro said. PPP will keep reminding them until they pack up voluntarily and go home, he said.

Karachi experiences cold and windy weather

The Meteorology Department on Saturday predicted cold or dry and windy weather in the metropolitan city for the next 24 hours. The minimum temperature is expected to remain from 10 to 12 degrees Celsius, with 20 to 30 percent humidity, in Karachi over the next 24 hours.

Cold and dry weather is likely to dominate the province while fog or fog is expected in upper Sindh while fog or mist in Sindh is lower over the next 24 hours.

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The PM doesn’t trust his own legislators, said Khuhro | Instant News


KARACHI: PPP President Sindh Nisar Ahmed Khuhro said Prime Minister Imran Khan’s desire to use the hand-raising method for the Senate polls shows that he (PM) lacks confidence in MPs from his own party.

Speaking at a press conference, Khuhro said the PM knew that his party’s assemblyman was angry with him because in the secret ballot they would vote for someone else in the upcoming Senate elections. That is the reason the PM wants to use the hand-raising method for Senate elections, said Khuhro, urging the president to fire the PM over his admission that he could trade horses in Senate elections for making such a statement. tantamount to attacking democracy.

He said the PPP did not question whether the Senate elections were held in February or March. He advised the PM to step down to make way for the country’s premature elections in a transparent manner. He said PM Imran Khan’s aim to strengthen the Center shows his dictatorial tendencies. Gone are the days when the empowered Center represented the empowered provinces. He said on the contrary, empowering the provinces will also empower the Federation. He said the PM was against the 18th Amendment and the concept of provincial autonomy, because the province’s share in the NFC Award increased while the Center’s share decreased.

He said they would not let the federal government change the 18th Amendment or the concept of provincial autonomy. He claimed that Imran Khan and PTI had ruled the country, as a result of rigging the vote, adding that federal government policies had greatly disappointed the country. Khuhro said they were ready to sacrifice the Sindh government for the people of the country.

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The PM does not trust his own legislators, said Nisar Khuhro | Instant News



KARACHI: Sindh President of Pakistan People’s Party Nisar Ahmed Khuhro said Prime Minister Imran Khan’s desire to use the hand-raising method for the Senate polls shows that he (PM) does not have confidence in MPs from his own party.

Speaking at a press conference here on Thursday, Khuhro said the PM knew that his party’s assemblyman was angry with him because in secret elections they would vote for someone else in the upcoming Senate elections.

That is the reason the PM wants to use the hand-raising method for Senate elections, said Khuhro, urging the president to fire the PM over his admission that he could trade horses in Senate elections for making such a statement. tantamount to attacking democracy.

He said the Pakistan People’s Party did not dispute whether Senate elections were held in February or March. He advised the PM to step down to make way for the country’s premature elections in a transparent manner.

He said PM Imran Khan’s aim to strengthen the Center shows his dictatorial tendencies. Gone are the days when the empowered Center represented the empowered provinces. He said on the contrary, empowering the provinces will also empower the Federation.

He said the PM was against the 18th Amendment and the concept of provincial autonomy, because the province’s share in the NFC Award increased while the Center’s share decreased.

PPP president Sindh said they would not let the federal government change the 18th Amendment or the concept of provincial autonomy. He claims that Imran Khan and Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf have ruled the country, as a result of rigged voting, adding that federal government policies have greatly disappointed the country. Khuhro said they were ready to sacrifice the Sindh government for the people of the country.

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NAB reopened the case against Nisar Khuhro, minister of Taimur Talpur | Instant News


KARACHI: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has reopened two cases of alleged corruption by the leader of the Pakistan People’s Party, Nisar Khuhro, president of the Sindh party chapter, and adviser to the Chief Minister of Sindh, and Nawab Taimur Talpur, minister of Sindh province.

NAB Sukkur has summoned Nisar Khuhro on Wednesday (today) in an investigation into alleged corruption in the Sindh Food Department. Likewise, the revenue authority of the Umerkot district, the home district of the provincial minister of Talpur, has also been summoned on Wednesday in six complaints of counterfeiting of land against Minister Taimur Talpur with the Karachi NAB.

On the other hand, the Sindh Food Department has decided to send a Rs10 billion mega wheat scandal to NAB for further investigation.

According to a food department source, large amounts of Rs10 billion worth of Sindh government wheat, which were stored when it descended from 15 different districts in the province, were lost. After the initial investigation, the food department, under the direction of the competent authority, has officially asked NAB to conduct a comprehensive investigation.

According to the NAB correspondence, a copy available with The News, Provincial Minister Nawab Taimur Talpur has been summoned on alleged forgery in the land record in his favor and other family members with the collaboration of the Umerkot district revenue officer, in addition to the alleged corruption being the work of developing the Sindh Education Work Department, Public Health and others.

Karachi NAB Deputy Director Syeda Rumla Naqvi has written a letter to the Deputy Commissioner of the Umerkot District to provide a note to Minister Nawab Taimur Talpur in the case of asset acquisition outside a known source of income.

The accusation against the minister was based on complaints from Mola Bux and several others who had filed serious allegations of corruption. Minister Nawab Taimur Talpur told The News that all NAB charges were false and his investigation would not find fault with him like a previous investigation similar to that of several years ago by the Karachi NAB, which he also challenged in the Sindh High Court. Talpur said that four months ago, the NAB submitted a written statement at the desk of the Sindh High Court division, led by Sindh High Court Chief Justice Ahmed Ali Sheikh, acquitted him of all charges and declared him innocent in all questions but now they were once again submitting notifications another, which clearly proves NAB’s political victimization and bad intentions. He said he would challenge him in court.

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