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The political crisis is now advising causing damages to national economy and it has becm necessary for all the stakeholders to shun their differences and resolve the issue at the earliest. Efforts are being made to find a peaceful resolution of the confrontation acceptable to all. Country hasn’t recovered...

As the political turmoil continues amidst some indications of a breakthrough, a largely united parliament Wednesday resolved to protect the sanctity of the elected house and would not allow the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to resign. Reacting strongly to the derogatory remarks being used by the Pakistan Tehreek-e- Insaaf and Awami Tehreek against the Parliament, they said...

Federal Interior Minister Ch Nisar Tuesday came hard on the PAT and PTI leadership accusing them of damaging country’s economy citing that due to the prevailing situation, hundreds of state of two friendly countries especially the Chinese President has cancelled his historic visit to Pakistan in which important agreements were supposed to be signed. Regarding Javed Hashmi’s...

Development of the last two days in the benches of PTI has created another debate among the political analysts as the Chairman and President of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf have distanced each other amidst the accusations. On Sunday, Javed Hashmi elected President of the party accused the Chairman of PTI to issue order to the protesters to move towards the PM house late...

The revolution has been clinging on the hope of making a final blow that would crash the government instantaneously. Many speculations have been made by many recognized political analysts, till now there is no perfect ending for this gigantic endeavor. It has become mandatory for the politicians to pull up their socks and devise the best plan in accordance to the issues...

 The situation has totally been changed as political arena representing total chaotic scenario. The clash which erupted Saturday’s night continued Sunday. The political confrontation between the government, Pakistan Tehrik Insaf and Pakistan Awami Tehrik has now gone from bad to worst. The government is claiming that two people lost their lives while scores of people...

  The political confrontation has reached at its peak with Prime Minister lashing out the protesting parties for making unconstitutional demands. While the PAT and PTI leaders appeared to have taken hard stance against the government. The talks between the government and PTI held Saturday brought no desired results. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Saturday again made...

DG ISPR Major General Saleem Bajwa tweeted on Friday evening that Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif was asked by the government to play facilitative role for resolution of current impasse. DG ISPR Bajwa said the decision was taken during the meeting held at the PM House on Thursday. The revelation once again added more problem to the incumbent government...

The government has decided not to file appeal against the LHC’s verdict in which it upheld the session court orders to register the names of the accused. The Federal Ministers Khawaja Saad Rafique, Kh Asif and Pervaiz Rasheed were of the view that the government is ready to nominate the prime minister and other ministers in the FIR. Khawaja Asif told the House that process...

There seems no let up in the ongoing political confrontation as neither the government nor the protesting parties are ready to show flexibility in order to resolve the issue. The Supreme Court observed Wednesday that workers of political parties bearing batons are scanning the government officials, lawyers and common people on the constitution avenue. The apex court has...

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