KARACHI: Sindh Environmental and Legal Advisor, Lawyer Murtaza Wahab said that the President of Pakistan does have constitutional power to announce a regulation but he (president) does not have the power to interfere in matters of any province including the islands off Karachi. beach.
Speaking at a press conference in Jakarta on Wednesday, Wahab’s lawyer who is also a spokesman for the Sindh government said Article 1 of Pakistan’s Constitution clearly states that the provincial government owns the land in its respective jurisdictions.
He said Article 47 of the Constitution clearly states the president’s authority as land is not under the responsibility of the president as a provincial subject.
He said that the islands off the coast of Pakistan belong to the Sindh and Balochistan governments. He said Article 172 of the Constitution is very clear on this issue because the province owns the islands.
He said that if it was true that the two islands off the coast of Karachi were under the jurisdiction of the federally controlled Qasim Port Authority, then the federal authorities concerned should know that the Sindh government was the final owner of the 10,000 hectares of land. port.
“If the Center owns these islands, then for what reason do they (federal authorities) ask our NOC? Does the federal government need permission from Sindh if it has to do development work either in Islamabad or in Port Qasim, “said Barrister Wahab.
He said that the actions of the federal government sending letters to the Sindh government on the two islands also showed that the province owned the islands.
He said Federal Communications Minister Murad Saeed had recently made a misleading statement that the president had legally announced regulations to assert ownership of the two islands.
He said the incumbent communications minister, instead of focusing on his primary responsibility of improving the country’s inter-city highway network under the auspices of the National Highway Authority, used to issue statements too often to assess political points.
The Financial Markets Authority has issued an emphatically-spoken warning for the Kiwi to consider taking over cryptocurrency.
The watchdog provided his comments to the Herald following Bitcoin’s latest rollercoaster move – the digital currency’s value has fallen by about a third since Friday after doubling over the past month – and similar advice issued by its UK counterpart, the Financial Conduct Authority or FCA.
“New Zealanders considering buying cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, should be aware that this is a high-risk and highly volatile asset,” said an FMA spokesman.
“Cryptocurrency is not regulated in New Zealand and is often exploited by scammers and hackers.
“FMA shares FCA’s concern that some crypto exchanges promise high returns and customers must be prepared to lose all their money.
“Many foreign cryptocurrency exchanges are not regulated and operate exclusively online – without a connection to New Zealand. This makes it difficult to know who is offering, exchanging, buying or selling cryptocurrency”
If you are planning to buy cryptocurrency, you should at least ensure that the exchange is listed on the List of Financial Service Providers (FSPR), which gives you access to dispute resolution schemes, said an FMA spokesman.
“You should also check if the exchange keeps your New Zealand dollars in a trust account.”
While much of the narrative around Bitcoin has focused on the rollercoaster valuation of cryptocurrency, people buying any digital currency need to be aware of practical issues too, such as how easy it is to convert to fiat currency.
The $ 30 million Cryptopia theft, which involved a Christchurch-based cryptocurrency exchange operating globally, also highlighted that crypto deposits are not guaranteed – unlike most traditional currencies, where governments would normally step in either by law or political pressure if there was a big loss.
The liquidator from Grant Thornton, and the police, is still around try to parse what happened to the Cryptopia hack, which happened in January 2019.
3 things you need to know about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin
• They are high risk and very volatile – prices can go up and down very quickly • They are not regulated in New Zealand Cryptocurrencies, crypto-exchanges, and the people who use them are often targets for hacks, online scams and scams
PESHAWAR: Head of Regional Commissioner for the Regional Tax Office (FBR) Peshawar, Sardar Ali Khawja, said the taxpayer’s problems and complaints would be resolved.
This was expressed when he spoke at an online public forum held at the DGT Regional Office where other relevant officials were also present.
The senior official said effective efforts were being made to solve the real problems of taxpayers. He said a regular public forum was held monthly under Prime Minister Imran Khan’s special direction for the purpose.
He said such forums help ensure better coordination and trust building between taxpayers and tax collection organizations.
From the results of direct contact, the Head of the Regional Tax Office said that the problems of taxpayers related to refunds, NTN and other related problems had mostly been resolved.
The senior official said that timely tax payments were essential to strengthen the country’s economy.
He said cooperation between the merchant community and chambers was needed to expand the tax net, adding taxpayers had to pay taxes on time to avoid fines and other disciplinary action.
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The public takes part in forums where the main commissioner listens to complaints from taxpayers and issues directions to resolve them.
KARACHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a notice to Pakistan Attorney General (AGP) Khalid Javed Khan after becoming upset with the Clifton Canton Council (CBC) selling federal land.
A three-member bench chaired by the Chief Justice of Pakistan’s Supreme Court (CJP) Gulzar Ahmed, consisting of Judge Sajjad Ali Shah and Judge Qazi Muhammad Amin Ahmed hears cases related to the P&T Colony in the Gizri Karachi area.
The top court questioned how the canton could sell federal-owned land and allow the construction of private residential communities on it.
“In what capacity does the CBC allow onshore naval assemblies that are owned by the federal government? How do the stake councils sell land to private owners? Is there no law in this country? Isn’t anyone tracking the CBC? Is this why the land was given to Karsaz? “asked the supreme judge.
The presiding judge observed that the Delhi Colony, Punjab Colony and P&T Colony areas had deteriorated over the years. “After every second house there is a building that endangers people’s privacy. We come to town every two months and see a new 10-story building. They build buildings but there is no water or electricity. “
“The P&T Colony has turned into a slum,” he said.
The highest court observed that the P&T Colony was built on federal land and did not qualify as private property, adding that private buildings could not be built on cantonese land.
The bench issued a notice to the attorney general and ordered the removal of illegal construction from the P&T Colony and demolishing buildings near the Gizri bridge.
DHA water case
In the case of suo-motu relating to the provision of drinking water in the Karachi DHA area, the CBC balked at its failure to provide clean drinking water to residents of the Defense Housing Authority (DHA) in Karachi.
During the trial, the CBC CEO (CEO) notified the bench that they were relying on the Karachi Water and Sewer Board (KWSB) for water supply.
“You say you rely on the water board, but do you know what happened on the water board? When an army major could not find water in his house, he went and closed the water board. They even get water for their garden. Let’s see what happens if a major doesn’t get the water supply that stays in DHA, ”said the top jury.
“The line has been drawn. There are two pipelines: one remains dry while the other supplies water. People like us have been given drains without supply, forcing us to buy water tankers. “
The court requested a detailed report on the matter from KWSB within two weeks and ordered CBC to assess the bench for water requirements for the residents of the area.
He was immediately treated with a pool of blood next to him on the floor while he had blood all over his arm.
She was helped off the floor and it was later revealed that she needed eight stitches in her mouth.
Post match Clippers coach Tyronn Lue said “He got up and walked off the floor, so he’s going to do well”.
Another superstar teammate, Paul George, was dumbfounded at that moment.
“Really worried,” said George. “I was thinking about the worst. I don’t know if he had a concussion or how hard he hit or what really happened, because I didn’t see him. I just saw him lying on the ground. That is first and foremost, just making sure he is all right. only. “
Clippers teammate Nicolas Batam admitted it was a creepy scene.
“You don’t want a player, any player, (to) come down like that with blood all over his body and all over the floor,” said Batum. “I think he’s good. I just saw him in the dressing room; he’s fine, and it was a little scary at the time.”
It must be the worst elbow a team-mate has ever seen. Kawhi’s face was reset.
Leonard scored 21 points for the game with George scoring 23 points, while Nikola Jokic led the Nuggets with 24 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds.
WARRIORS COP 60-YEAR HIDING
On a Christmas Day packed with unequal results, the Golden State Warriors took it to the next level.
The Warriors never caught up to Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Milwaukee Bucks.
But Giannis took a back seat as Khris Middleton scored 31 points in a monster game as everyone on the roster was able to contribute.
It was a 138-99 win over the Warriors, the second-most lopsided blow in an NBA Christmas game, beaten only by the Syracuse Nationals 162-100 win over the New York Knicks in 1960. So, it could get worse.
The Bucks beat the Warriors in the second half, winning 72-43.
“We just wanted to make a show,” said Middleton.
This gave the Warriors a 0-2 start to the season and they are the first team since the 1989-90 Warriors to lose their first two games by at least 25 points.
At -65, the Warriors also have the second-worst points difference through two games, beaten only by the Clippers 1987-88, who had -71 and claimed the worst record in the NBA that season.
REASON HILARIOUS LEBRON FOR AIRBALL
If you want proof that superstars can still make mistakes, look no further than LeBron James against the Mavericks.
The Lakers led 91-79 in the third quarter when King was fouled and sent to the free-throw line.
In the instant that the commentators were about to miss, LeBron made a startling mistake.
It did not escape journalists after the match and LeBron, with a big smile on his face, said he needed to change the way he drinks wine in the future to avoid mistakes from happening again.
“What I told you last night when I drank the wine straight down to the left side of my body. Tonight I did free throws with my right hand so it has bad side effects. So I’ll see if I can drink the wine if I can shoot it at right side of my body maybe it will help my free throw and it will give me a little more power to where it doesn’t hit anything at all so we’ll see, we’ll see what happens. Maybe I should drink tonight upside down, maybe vampire style, we’ll see. “