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Governor Sindh Saeed uz Zaman Siddiqui dead at 79

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KARACHI (JAN 11, 2017): Sindh Governor and former chief justice of Pakistan Justice (Retd.) Saeed uz Zaman Siddiqui died after prolonged illness, confirmed spokesperson of the governor house today. He was 79.

According to a family member, Siddiqui was facing asthma problem and was taken to a private hospital where he breathed his last.

Siddiqui, who succeeded former governor Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan, was appointed as the 31st governor of the province on November 9, 2016.




 

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Faizabad Interchange cleared of protesters, 150 arrested, 30 wounded!

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Lahore

Sharif and daughter summoned by LHC over using official protocol!

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LAHORE: Taking notice of utilization of official protocol by Sharif and his daughter the High Court here has summoned both.

Defendants and others will have to respond by 21st of December, 2017. 

According to details the court gave this decision, following hearing of a plea filed by PTI apropos taking back of official protocol from deposed premier and clan.

PTI counsel pointed out that Sharif and clan were using Punjab House and travelling with a motorcade. It has also been told that an amount of Rs. 21m had been spent on the duo’s comings and goings to and fro JIT. 

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Senators question Pakistan’s profit share in FTA under CPEC!

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ISLAMABAD: An adjournment motion was tabled here today by Mian Ateeq (former MQM leader) asking about Pakistan’s profit share in the Free Trade Agreement under CPEC.

He held that due to such agreements Pakistani exports were suffering.

The reaction came when on the occasion of groundbreaking of East BayExpressway yesterday (Thursday 23rd of November) the PM held: “All political parties are on the same page as far as CPEC is concerned – that the project will change the destiny of the nation”. 

It is pertinent to mention here that many quarters, including law-makers from Baluchistan, are expressing their concerns on lack of transparency in the whole CPEC affair.  

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