March 20, 2013
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President Zardari has signed the summary for general elections to be held on 11th May in Pakistan. the Chief Election Commissioner is going to announce the date officially in his address to the nation.

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  1. Bawa says:

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    Next govt in Pakistan: PML-N’s Nawaz Sharif meets British FM on ‘private trip’
    By Web Desk – Mar 22, 2013

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    London: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President is emerging as the new ruler of Pakistan especially in the eyes of Britain as he was given a special protocol during his private trip to London.

    According to sources, on March 13, Nawaz Sharif along with his wife, Kulsoom Nawaz, had arrived London on a private trip from Geneva. He was unexpectedly welcomed at the airport by Pakistani High Commissioner in London, Wajid Shamsul Hassan.

    On contacting Pakistani High Commission in London over the issue, Wajid Shamsul Hassan confirmed the report but said that Sharif was given welcome as an ex-prime minister and the leader of key political party of the country.

    On March 14, British Foreign Secretary William Hague called on Nawaz Sharif and the meeting continued for almost an hour.

    The sources said that the PML-N leader assured Britain that he would continue to support United Kingdom, if he would form the next government of the country.

    Sharif further assured one of key power of the world that he would take stern action against the outlawed militant outfits including the sectarian parties, which have strong presence in the southern Punjab and PML-N is trying to make alliance with them in the next elections.

    The spokesman for British Foreign Ministry has confirmed the meeting but refused to disclose the minutes of the meeting.

    The way Nawaz Sharif was welcomed at the British airport by the Pakistani ambassador and William Hague’s request for the meeting with Nawaz Sharif have raised doubts that the Britain wanted to take assurances from the future leader of the government in Pakistan over the stakes of Britain in Pakistan.

    Meanwhile, it is to be mentioned here that recent polls from different organizations have showed increase in the popularity of PML-N and with elections after two months in the country it seems that the PMLN is favourite for making the next government in the country.

  2. Bawa says:

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    Fakhar Imam joined PML-N

    Posted on 2013-03-23 11:57:35

    LAHORE: Former National Assembly speaker, Fakhar Imam, on Saturday announced to join Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N), FP News Desk reported.

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    Imam made the announcement after a meeting with PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif at Lahore residence and expressed confidence in Nawaz’s leadership

    Imam was the leader of the opposition in the National Assembly from 1985 to 1986. He was also the National Assembly speaker from 1986 to 1988.

    His wife, Syeda Abida Hussain, joined Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) in 2006, while their daughter, Syeda Sughra Imam, is a member of the Senate.

    The politician husband and wife had previously quit the PML-N for Pakistan Muslim League – Quaid (PML-Q) and had later joined the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP).

  3. Bawa says:

    مبارک ہو، مبارک ہو، مبارک ہو، سب کہو مبارک ہو

    ایک اور کامیابی ہو – وکٹری وکٹر وکٹری

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  4. Bawa says:

    سیاست سیکیورٹی کا بہانہ کرکے بھاگ جانے والے بزدلوں کا کام نہیں ہے

    :D :D :D :D

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  5. Bawa says:

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    Press Trust Of India

    Islamabad/Lahore, March 26, 2013

    First Published: 13:33 IST(26/3/2013)

    Last Updated: 13:40 IST(26/3/2013)
    Bilawal leaves Pak after tiff with Zardari over PPP affairs

    Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has left for Dubai after a tiff with his father, President Asif Ali Zardari, over the affairs of the PPP, leaving the party without its star campaigner for Pakistan’s general election. Bilawal, recently named patron-in-chief of the Pakistan People’s Party, developed differences with Zardari and his sister, Faryal Talpur, over the party’s handling of key issues, including militant violence, sectarian attacks against Shias and the award of party tickets for the polls scheduled for May 11.

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    File photo: Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari, right, waves while arriving at the Palam Airfield with his son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, left, in New Delhi, India. AFP

    Two sources privy to the development told PTI that Bilawal had made it clear to his father that he felt the PPP had not strongly taken up issues like the shooting of teenage rights activist Malala Yusufzai by Taliban fighters last year and three devastating bomb attacks on Shias in Quetta and Karachi that killed nearly 250 people.

    Bilawal was also upset with the PPP’s handling of issues that affect the youth, especially in the wake of efforts by other parties like Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf to woo the youth ahead of the polls, the sources said.

    The 24-year-old nominal chief of the PPP was angered by Faryal Talpur’s refusal to award tickets to certain candidates in Sindh province that he had recommended, a source said.

    “Last month, Bilawal had recommended the names of some 200 PPP workers and asked former Sindh chief minister Qaim Ali Shah to give them jobs but Talpur had intervened, causing bad blood between them,” the source said.

    Bilawal discussed these matters with his father and sought authority to take decisions in party matters.

    But Zardari sided with his sister, who plays a key role in the PPP’s affairs, the source said.

    “When Zardari told him that he would be handed over the command of the party after he is groomed politically, Bilawal got upset and left for Dubai,” a source said.

    Matters got so heated on one occasion that a source quoted Bilawal as saying: “If I had to vote, even I wouldn’t vote for the PPP.”

  6. Bawa says:

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    Press Trust Of India

    Islamabad/Lahore, March 26, 2013

    First Published: 13:33 IST(26/3/2013)

    Last Updated: 13:40 IST(26/3/2013)

    Bilawal leaves Pak after tiff with Zardari over PPP affairs

    Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has left for Dubai after a tiff with his father, President Asif Ali Zardari, over the affairs of the PPP, leaving the party without its star campaigner for Pakistan’s general election. Bilawal, recently named patron-in-chief of the Pakistan People’s Party, developed differences with Zardari and his sister, Faryal Talpur, over the party’s handling of key issues, including militant violence, sectarian attacks against Shias and the award of party tickets for the polls scheduled for May 11.

    [img]http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/2013/3/203035f3-463f-4bff-b07b-4ce787ff10dbMediumRes.JPG[/img]
    File photo: Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari, right, waves while arriving at the Palam Airfield with his son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, left, in New Delhi, India. AFP

    Two sources privy to the development told PTI that Bilawal had made it clear to his father that he felt the PPP had not strongly taken up issues like the shooting of teenage rights activist Malala Yusufzai by Taliban fighters last year and three devastating bomb attacks on Shias in Quetta and Karachi that killed nearly 250 people.

    Bilawal was also upset with the PPP’s handling of issues that affect the youth, especially in the wake of efforts by other parties like Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf to woo the youth ahead of the polls, the sources said.

    The 24-year-old nominal chief of the PPP was angered by Faryal Talpur’s refusal to award tickets to certain candidates in Sindh province that he had recommended, a source said.

    “Last month, Bilawal had recommended the names of some 200 PPP workers and asked former Sindh chief minister Qaim Ali Shah to give them jobs but Talpur had intervened, causing bad blood between them,” the source said.

    Bilawal discussed these matters with his father and sought authority to take decisions in party matters.

    But Zardari sided with his sister, who plays a key role in the PPP’s affairs, the source said.

    “When Zardari told him that he would be handed over the command of the party after he is groomed politically, Bilawal got upset and left for Dubai,” a source said.

    Matters got so heated on one occasion that a source quoted Bilawal as saying: “If I had to vote, even I wouldn’t vote for the PPP.”

  7. mhansari says:

    بلاول کی ناراضگی۔ کھیلن کو مانگے چاند، انوکھا لاڈلا۔

    اس میں حیرانگی یا پریشانی کی کوئ بات نہیں کہ بلاول لندن واہس چلا گیا ہے۔ وجہ سکیورٹی ہو یا پھپھو اور پاپا سے ناراضگی یہ ان کا کھریلو معاملہ ہے۔ اور فیملی سیاسی پارٹیوں جیسی لمیٹڈ کمپنیوں میں اس طرح کے مسئلے مسا ئل پیدا ہوتے رہتے ہیں۔
    پیپلز پارٹی کے ملازمین اسی وفا داری سے، اسی تنخواہ پر کام کرتے رہیں گے۔
    زرداری صاحب کو تو بس ‘پاکستان کھپے’ پاکستان کے خزانے کے آخری ڈالر تک۔

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