Shariz said that Pakistan military is a shield against external threats and an effective tool to foil the designs of those engaged in estabilising the country internally.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will undergo an open-heart surgery on Tuesday.
A statement by the Foreign Office in Islamabad said that the US had shared the information that a drone strike had been carried out in Pakistan near the Pak-Afghan border in which Mansour was targeted.
“I do believe that this time the army would have to understand that the system cannot be derailed every few years,
that instability in Pakistan is something that people are not prepared for. We had it for too long,” Jahangir said
Opposition lawmakers walked out of both the Senate and the National Assembly on Monday and Tuesday, demanding that the prime minister come to parliament to answer their questions.
Former cricket hero Khan has threatened to call new demonstrations for Sharif’s resignation, saying this month the prime minister has lost the “moral authority to rule”.
Sharif in his address to the nation on Friday announced to request CJP to lead the probe. He pledged to resign if proved guilty of graft or misappropriation in a high-level probe.
The value of his assets in 2011 was Rs 166 million, which swelled to Rs 261.6 million in 2012 and then to Rs 1.82 billion in 2013, making him a declared billionaire.
“I challenge all those who allege tax fraud to come forward and present evidence. If charges are proved against me, I will resign immediately,” vowed Sharif in an address to the nation.
Dawn News reported that Sharif wants to complete the probe into the issue as soon as possible whether it is through the judicial commission he announced earlier or through some other forum.
The post received over 100 bids of up to 66,200 pounds before being removed from the famous e-commerce website’s UK page.
Nawaz Sharif left for the UK for a purported medical check-up amid chaotic political scenes by the opposition demanding his resignation in wake of Panama Paper leaks.
The truth behind Basit’s comments is depressing: Pakistan’s army has staged what can only be described as a foreign policy coup, rejecting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s efforts to seek normalisation with India.
Sharif called up Prime Minister Modi to express grief over the temple fire tragedy in Kerala. Expressing gratitude, Modi offered his condolences to Sharif over the loss of lives and property due to earthquake in Pakistan on Sunday.
From nuclear decision-making to foreign relations, Pakistan’s prime minister seems to be gasping for breath.