Pakistan Resolution Day celebrated by TMA & TUJ in Taxila.

DSP Taxila(Right),Syed Imran Haider Naqvi(Center) and TMO Taxila(left)

Pakistan Resolution Day, also Republic Day, is a national holiday in Pakistan to commemorate the Lahore Resolution of 1940 and the adoption of the first constitution of Pakistan during the transition of the Dominion of Pakistan to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on 23 March 1940 making Pakistan the world’s first Islamic republic. Republic Day parade by the Armed forces is a common celebration for the event.after along time it is held in Islamabad Shakr Panriyan.

11071498_1421179444861863_2323259686931545720_n 11048272_798733463540122_6779671261655796540_n 11070093_798730640207071_3733199461415716072_nThe day is celebrated in the memory to commemorate the event when the Muslim League drafted the political resolution at the Minar-e-Pakistan that called for establishing the independent federation of four provinces located in north-western region of British India on 23 March 1940.

Tehsil  Municipal Administration Taxila and Journalist forum Tehsil Union of Journalist(TUJ) Organized Pakistan Day at Taxila Community Hall. This ceremony held to tribute Pakistan Day also tribute PAK Army and Government of Pakistan to grasp 10952419_1421167448196396_7477540073375120747_nterrorism from all over the Country. Children from deferent Schools present National song to show the soul & praise to Pakistan. This ceremony chaired by Syed Imran Haider Naqvi a young Leader of Pakistan Muslim League (N) in Taxila. Mr Naqvi is an energetic, strong welfare activist and Politician from Taxila. While addressing to Ceromony,Mr Haider said,

1517401_1421184378194703_2406487825829833581_n” Pakistan is the country of Peace, founded as a state of Islamic Republic of Pakistan with name of Islam. We tribute PAK Army   to   fighting war against terrorism. We support operation Zarb-e-Azab. Pakistan Muslim league N and especially federal minister of Pakistan for Interior, HE Ch. Nisar Ali Khan has praise to take stern action against terrorism. We love Pakistan. Pray to long live Pakistan”.

DSP Taxila Circle Muhammad Saleem Khattak, tehsil municipal officer   Taxila Qamer Zeeshan also 11088233_1421167934863014_1538832001277073785_nattend this ceremony. In the conclusion Syed Imarn Haider Naqvi  present  best performance awards to deferent community allied personality specially Journalism. Best Journalism performance award presented to Qari Wali Ur Rehman(Nawi Waqt), 10550830_1421144488198692_7851284036469996639_n

Amjad Yousuf Zai(Dawn) and Muniza Perzada(Chief Editor Mishal Time)&CEO none government organization Knocking Angels.President TUJ Rasheed Mughal(Editor Mashal Time) host this ceremony with patriotism.numbers of people from defernet community attended this ceremony.




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LHC orders Punjab govt to decide on Lakhvi’s detention in 5 days

LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Thursday ordered the Punjab government to make a decision regarding the detention of Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, main accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, within five days.

Lakhvi filed the petition to seek a direction for the Punjab home secretary to decide his detention matter in the light of an order passed by Islamabad High Court. ─ AFP/File

Lakhvi had submitted an application in the LHC with two pleas — one which challenged his detention and the other regarding contempt of court against the federal and provincial governments. He had adopted the stance that his detention was illegal and in contempt of Islamabad High Court’s (IHC) ruling.

The application also said that the Punjab home secretary should be bound to end his detention.

The petition sought the court’s direction for the Punjab home secretary to decide the matter of Lakhvi’s detention in the light of an order, earlier passed by IHC.

Last week, the judge had dismissed a similar petition of Lakhvi, directing him to file a representation before the Okara district coordination officer (DCO).

The IHC had set aside third-time detention of Lakhvi and ordered the authorities to release him immediately. However, before his release, the Okara DCO on March 14 had issued a fresh detention order against Lakhvi.

Justice Mahmood Maqbool Bajwa presided over today’s hearing and dismissed Lakhvi’s plea regarding contempt of court by the federal and provincial governments.

The court also ordered the Punjab home secretary to make a decision in relation to Lakhvi’s detention in five days’ time.

Lakhvi, a central leader of Jamatud Dawa, is accused of being mastermind of the Mumbai attacks that killed at least 166 people in 2008.

Justice Noorul Haq N Qureshi of the Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Wednesday summoned interior secretary and district coordination officer (DCO) Okara in a contempt of court petition filed by Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi against his 30 days detention orders under maintenance of public order (MPO).

The same bench had set aside his detention on March 13, directing the government “to immediately release the petitioner (Lakhvi), if he is not required in any other case”.

The same day on March 13, DCO Okara had issued his detention orders for further 30 days under the MPO.

Counsel for Lakhvi, Raja Rizwan Abbasi advocate, argued before the court that the IHC bench had declared his client’s detention order by district magistrate Islamabad as illegal. But the DCO Okara issued his detention order which is a contempt of court.

The IHC bench directed the respondents to submit their reply by April 14 and adjourned the hearing.

Saudi Arabia, allies launch air strikes against Houthis in Yemen

WASHINGTON: Saudi Arabia said Thursday that five Muslim countries including Egypt and Pakistan want to participate in the Gulf-led military coalition against Shia Houthi rebels in Yemen.

5513724ef2725Together with Jordan, Morocco and Sudan, they have “expressed desire to participate in the operation” against the rebels, which the kingdom dubbed “Firmness Storm”, Saudi SPA state news agency said.

Saudi Arabia and four other Gulf states, including Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, announced earlier a decision to “answer the call of President Hadi to protect Yemen and his people from the aggression of the (Shia) Houthi militia.“

The Kingdom and its allies launched air strikes in Yemen against Houthi fighters, who have tightened their grip in southern city of Aden where the country’s president had taken refuge, the Saudi envoy to Washington said on Wednesday.

The kingdom’s ambassador to the United States announced from Washington that a coalition of 10 countries, including the five Gulf monarchies, had been set up to protect the Yemeni government.

He declined to give any information on Hadi’s whereabouts, but said the president, who has fled his residence, was still running the government along with members of his Cabinet.

Jubeir said Iranian-backed Houthi Shia militants were now in control of the Yemeni air force and of the country’s ballistic weapons.

“This is a very dangerous situation and we must do everything we can, to protect the people of Yemen and protect the legitimate government of Yemen,” Jubeir told a news conference at the embassy.

He told reporters that Saudi Arabia had consulted with the United States but that Washington was not participating in the military operation.

A US official who asked not be named told Reuters that the United States was providing support to Saudi Arabia as it carries out its operation, but gave no details.

Jubeir said the operation, which was launched at 2300 GMT on Wednesday in response to a request for assistance by Hadi, was not limited to one particular city or region.

“We have air assets from a number of countries in the kingdom and we have military assets that are on their way to the kingdom to participate in these operations,” Jubeir said.

Jubeir did not name any of the countries involved in the “10-strong coalition” but said it included Saudi Arabia’s Gulf Arab allies.