Ufone’s official Twitter handle liked a tweet, which said ‘Go Nawaz Go’ along with the picture of a goat.
As many as three people died while incidents of eve teasing and clashes with commuters and traders were reported as Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers shut down all major roads of Lahore on Monday in the latest round of cricketer-turned politician’s anti-rigging protests against the government.
“There is no room for any protest, which blocks roads and closes business, in any democratic country across the world. No one is allowed to paralyse lives of ordinary citizens, anywhere.”
PML-N had agreed with PTI that besides forming Judicial Commission, it would also form a Special Investigation Team comprising officials from federal and leading intelligence agencies to probe rigging allegations
As Karachiites breathe heavily having their fingers crossed, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain has offered his arms wide open all the way from London to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) which is set for its scheduled anti-government protest in MQM’s home ground Karachi today (Friday).
Says PTI ready to take ‘Gullus’ head on if Faisalabad episode is repeated in Lahore
As Insafians roll up their sleeves to shut down Faisalabad on Monday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said Saturday that his party would resume dialogue from where it was broken if the government was sincere.
PTI chief testifies before election tribunal, calls for scrutiny of each ballot paper Tribunal to decide on Monday whether or not to open the bags Sadiq’s lawyer says Imran Khan has not…
PML-N govt decides to engage PTI in talks to end political impasse, tasks Finance Minister Ishaq Dar to contact Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Party says Lahore ‘shutdown’ on Dec 4 rescheduled to Dec 15 due to JuD’s rally on Dec 4 and 5
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Pakistan Today has learnt that the Pakistan Muslim League–Nawaz (PML-N) government and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leadership have agreed on a “quiet understanding” over the venue of November 30 procession in the federal capital, as the government has “agreed to allow staging the procession in the Red Zone at D-Chowk” while PTI has promised not to create a law and order situation or extend the procession into a sit-in.
PML-N supporters have also been collecting eggs, tomatoes and shoes to throw at PTI leaders during Sunday’s rally
Flood affectees in Chiniot shout ‘Go Nawaz Go’ slogans after CM’s speech in protest against non-transparency in distribution of compensation money
Sheikh Rashid provokes masses to ‘kill, burn and besiege govt to rid nation of corrupt rulers’
A total of 19 lawmakers, including three members of the National Assembly and eight each of the provincial assemblies of Punjab and Sindh, have been suspended for failing to submit their own statements of assets and of their spouses and dependents, more than five weeks after the deadline.
Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has warned the government of a long march in which “Go Nawaz Go” and “Go Zia Ka Bacha Go” slogans would be chanted.