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Bilawal appoints PYO office-bearers

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ISLAMABAD: Chairman, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Saturday appointed office-bearers of Peoples Youth Organization (PYO) for various divisions and districts of the province of Sindh.
According to a notification issued from the Chairman Secretariat following office-bearers have been appointed with immediate effect:
Hyderabad Division:
Makhdoom Bilawal (President), Amjad Lashari (General Secretary), Abdul Rauf Buriro (Information Secretary).
District Hyderabad:
Ali Hyder Shah (President), Hassan Jatoi (General Secretary), Aizaz Panhwar (Information Secretary).
District Hyderabad Rural: Zamin Kaleri (President), Tanvir Pahor (General Secretary)
Asif Ali Junejo (Information Secretary).
District Tando Allah Yar:
Waseem Mangrio (President), Faisal Mirjat (General Secretary), Zulifqar Katiyar (Information Secreatry).
District Dadu:
Nasrullah Panhwar (President), Murtaza Gorar (General Secretary), Saddam Balihro (Information Secretary).
District Tando Muhammad Khan:
Salal Shah (President), Raziq Khan (General Secretary), Ghulam Nabi Magsi (Information Secretary).
District Sujawal: Zahid Khado (President), Shafi Laghari (Senior Vice President)
Juman Jat (General Secretary), Hanif Walaro (Information Secretary)
District Thatta:
Hyder Sammo (President), Noor Hussain Sarki (General Secretary), Suhail Palijo (Information Secretary).
District Matiari:
Ghulam Murtaza Bhutto (President), Jameel Mangwano (General Secretary), Mujeeb Nohpoto (Information Secretary).
District Jamshoro:
Aslam Sehto (President), Rabail Mallah (General Secretary), Sanaullah Hingoroo (Information Secretary).
District Badin:
Khan Sahib Jamali (President), Zafran Chalgri (General Secretary), Salim Yousif Odhejo (Information Secretary).
Shaheed Benazirabad Division:
Akhtar Rind (President), Aftaab Baladi (General Secretary), Majid Guramani (Information Secretary).
District Shaheed Benazirabad:
Asad Zardari (President), Hakim Chandio (General Secretary), Farhan Laghari (Information Secretary).
District Naushehro Feroze:
Ghazanfar Rajpar (President), Ahmed Ali Kanyal (General Secretary) Zulqarnain Mallah (Information Secretary).
District Sanghar:
Adnan Nizamani (President), Zeeshan Wassan (Senior Vice President), Awais Chandio (General Secretary), Noman Rajput (Information Secretary).
Sukkur Division:
Urs Abro (President), Hassan Shah (General Secretary), Shuja Rehman (Information Secretary).
District Sukkur:
Ayaz Buriro (President), Irfan Khan Samejo (General Secretary),Mir Khan Chachar (Information Secretary).
Sukkur City: Aurangzaib Qureshi (President), Waheed Mangi (General Secretary), Ghazanfar Ansari (Information Secretary).
District Ghotki:
Shabbir Shah (President), Azhar Channa (General Secretary), Jamil Lagahri (Information Secretary).
District Khairpur:
Athar Solangi (President), Gulfam Shah (General Secretary) Bilal Chang (Information Secretary).
Mirpurkhas Division:
Sushil Milani (President), Jai Chahan (General Secretary), Afaq Jan Sarhandi (Information Secretary).
District Mirpurkhas:
Inayat Narejo (President), Majid Ali (General Secretary), Danish Khaskheli (Information Secretary).
District Tharparkar:
Barkat Bajir (President), Roshan Bheel (General Secretary), Sanjay Soni (Information Secretary).
District Umerkot:
Ameer Halepoto (President), Manthar Arisar (General Secretary), Nand Lal (Information Secretary).
Larkana Division:
Aftab Ali (President), Mehran Narejo (General Secretary), Waseem Dasti (Information Secretary).
District Larkana:
Imran Jatoi (President), Zaheer Narejo (General Secretary), Mehran Khaskheli (Information Secretary).
District Qambar Shahdadkot:
Nawaz Khan (President), Zafar Chandio (General Secretary), Umeed Ali Tunio (Information Secretary).
District Kashmore:
Rauf Bahalkani (President), Haq Nawaz Dashti (Senior Vice President), Abid Saddar Gajani (General Secretary), Wakaf Bajkani (Information Secretary).
District Jacobabad:
Jahangir Khoso (President), Ahsan Sarki (General Secretary), Muzaffar Khand (Information Secretary).
District Shikarpur: Naeem Buriro (President), Mohammad Tahir (General Secretary)
Janisar Khoso (Information Secretary).
Karachi Division:
Rashid Khaskheli (President), Haider Khan (General Secretary), Fareed Memon (Information Secretary).
District East Karachi:
Badshah Chandio (President), Sheraz Abbasi (Senior Vice President), Faizan Pappi (General Secretary), Noor Muhammad Akakhel (Information Secretary).
District West Karachi:
Javed Buneri (President), Shahzaib Baloch (Senior Vice President), Akhter Lund (General Secretary), Rameez Siddiqui (Information Secretary).
District Malir Karachi:
Munir Ayub Baloch (President), Balach Umar Jat (Senior Vice President), Fazal Wahab (General Secretary), Rabnawaz Jokhio (Information Secretary).
District Korangi Karachi:
Mateen Lodhi (President), Waqas Lashari (General Secretary), Habib Bhangar (Information Secretary).
District South Karachi:
Saadullah Shaikh (President), Fazal Baloch (General Secretary), Noman Khattak (Information Secretary).
District Central Karachi:
Jawad ul Hassan (President), Faizan Durrani (General Secretary), Shahzad Burfat (Information Secretary).

 

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NAB laws: Govt. to sit with Opposition!

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Govt. to sit with Opposition

ISLAMABAD: Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry has said the government is ready to sit with the opposition parties to bring improvement in the NAB laws and the Accountability process.

Speaking in the National Assembly today on the points raised earlier by Opposition Leader Shahbaz Sharif, he said we will welcome the opposition parties’ suggestions in this regard. He said we want to bring more transparency.

Fawad Chaudhry however, clarified that none of the cases registered against the Opposition Leader were initiated by the PTI government. He reminded that all the appointments in the NAB including that of its Chairman were made by the previous government and Pakistan Peoples Party.

The Information Minister said that the PTI government has set healthy democratic traditions and it is the first in the history that production order of an elected person on remand was issued.

Taking the floor, PPP leader Khurshid Shah said the parliament is the mother of all institutions and it can form committees to investigate important matters. He supported the demand of opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif for the formation of a committee to investigate the allegations leveled against him.

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Information Minister says accountability will continue!

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Govt. to sit with Opposition

ISLAMABAD: Information Minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain has categorically declared that an across the board accountability process will continue without any discrimination.

Talking to newsmen outside the Parliament House on Wednesday, he said government does not believe in any political victimization but will bring to justice all those who plundered the national exchequer. He said any amount of hue and cry would not hinder the ongoing accountability process in the country.

He said opposition parties should come out with concrete proposals to amend the accountability laws to ensure transparency in the process.

Fawad Chaudhry said the government did not oppose the participation of opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif in the National Assembly Session and he has been brought to Islamabad from Lahore on production orders by the Speaker National Assembly.

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DG ISPR briefs British parliamentarians

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LONDON: Director General Inter-Services Public Relations, Major General Asif Ghafoor here on Tuesday visited British  Parliament and briefed the parliamentarians about the Pakistan Army’s role in the war against terrorism.
He visited the British Parliament at the invitation of the parliamentarians of House of Commons and House of  Lords, a statement of Pakistan High Commission said.
The parliamentarians highly appreciated the role of Pakistan in the war against terrorism. Lord Nazir Ahmed and Baroness Syeeda Warsi were also present on the occasion.

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