Rawalpindi Police conducts Flag March

Rawalpindi Police conducts Flag March under supervision of SSP Operations Tariq Walait. Officers and officials of District Police, Dolphin Force, Elite Police Force and Traffic Police participated in the Flag March. The divisional SPs, SP Potohar Syed Ali, SP Saddar Rai Mazhar Iqbal and SP Rawal Asif Masood were also present on the occasion. The flag March that commenced from police lines was conducted on different roads of the city. Flag March concluded in police lines where SSP Operations Tariq Walait addressing the officers and officials said that the objective of the Flag March is to strengthen the sense of security among the citizens. SSP Operations said that Rawalpindi police is fighting against every kind of crime under the Command of City Police Officer, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Muhammad Faisal Rana. Every official of Rawalpindi police is ready to sacrifice his life for the motherland and is performing his professional duties 24/7 for the establishment and maintenance of rule of law on every inch of Rawalpindi. The law abiding citizens of Rawalpindi have provided unmatched support to Rawalpindi police for the supremacy of law. SSP Operations said that Rawalpindi police is willing and alert to perform its duties in every situation.

The citizens of Rawalpindi must rest assured that their lives and and property were/are and will be protected by the police under the rule of law, SSP Operations added. The protection of lives and property of the citizens is the prime responsibility of the police which is being fulfilled in every situation and at any cost, he added. Police force raised the slogans “long live Pakistan” on the occasion creating enthusiasm and excitement in the environment.

Can’t accompany Nawaz abroad as passport is with court, says Maryam

PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz on Friday said that it would be very difficult if she is unable to accompany her father, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, abroad for medical treatment. She, however, said he should “certainly” go if his heath requires it.

Following an appearance before an accountability court in Lahore regarding the Chaudhry Sugar Mills (CSM) case, Maryam said that her uncle, PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif, had been managing the issue of taking the former premier abroad.

“I obviously can’t travel immediately because the court has my passport,” she said, referring to the Lahore High Court’s (LHC) directive for her to surrender her passport in order to secure her release on bail in the CSM case.

A Sharif family source on Thursday told media that Nawaz had agreed to go to London.

“Nawaz Sharif has finally agreed to go to London after the doctors told him categorically that they had already exhausted all medical treatment [options] available in Pakistan and going abroad is the only option left,” the source had said.

The source further said that Nawaz might leave for London this week if his name is removed from the Exit Control List.

Speaking to reporters today, Maryam said: “It is very difficult [for me] that Mian sahib goes abroad for treatment and I am unable to go. It will become very difficult for me because I worry a lot.”

She added, however, that it was a matter of his life and he should avail treatment wherever in the world it is available.

Earlier this week, former prime minister Nawaz was shifted to an intensive care unit (ICU) set up at his Jati Umra residence from the Services Institute of Medical Sciences (SIMS), where he was admitted on Oct 22 after his personal physician raised an alarm about his deteriorating health.

On Oct 29, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) had suspended the sentence of the former premier on medical grounds for eight weeks in the Al Azizia case.

Responding to a question about the former premier’s health, Maryam said that he was doing better. She said that all treatment available in Pakistan, including steroids, platelet enhancing medicines and drips, had been used but they were not working.

“On a daily basis, his platelet count is dropping,” she said, adding that despite exhausting all available treatment options in Pakistan, they have still not been able to diagnose the cause of the fall in Nawaz’s platelet levels.

She said that a Services Hospital board consisting of government doctors and Nawaz’s private medical board had recommended that the former premier should go to a specialised centre, where a diagnosis can be made regarding why his platelets fell suddenly.

She said that the doctors had added that all available options for treatment had been availed in Pakistan.

“Every possible effort to save [Nawaz’s] life should be taken. If he has to go abroad, then he should certainly go.”

The PML-N vice-president was asked about whether she would participate in the JUI-F Azadi March sit-in, in response to which she said: “Politics will go on all [my] life but you can’t get your parents back.”

“I lost my mother one year ago, right now my full attention is on Mian sahib.

“I don’t leave him with servants and nurses. I am with him 24/7.”

The PML-N leader also dismissed comments regarding a deal being reached, saying that people who are saying such things, should be ashamed.

Maryam added that she had appeared before the court with great difficulty today. The court adjourned proceedings in the CSM case till Nov 22.

PM’s resignation or fresh elections in 3 months: Fazlur Rehman delivers message to govt

JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has delivered a message to Prime Minister Imran Khan and the government’s negotiating committee through Punjab Assembly Speaker Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, sources say.

According to the source, Rehman said that if the premier doesn’t resign, fresh elections will be called in three months. He said that the government can decide between the two options.

The highly-placed source said that JUI-F has completed preparations for other options and will wait for the government’s reply till 12th Rabi ul Awwal (Sunday) after which they will start acting on the next strategy.

According to the source, the next strategy is the closure of major highways across Pakistan. He added that the option of resigning from all provincial and federal seats will be looked at in the next stage.

The government has started preparing for the opposition’s next strategy and is preparing its plan on the basis of security intelligence, the source added.

Rawalpindi police continues to trace heinous incidents.

Rawalpindi Police takes into custody the ringleader of gang that looted citizens after kidnapping, a case under sections of robbery and kidnapping was registered against the accused with police station Airport, several incidents of robbery and kidnapping expected to be traced through the arrested accused.

According to the details, Rawalpindi police continues to trace heinous incidents, SP Potohar Syed Ali, told the City Police Officer, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Muhammad Faisal Rana in a briefing that Airport police have taken into custody ringleader of a robber gang which used to rob the citizens after kidnapping.

A citizen, Ikram ul Haq went to Gulzar e Quaid to sale his car where two men and a woman confined him in a room on gunpoint, snatched cash and mobile from him and released him onthe condition that he will pay them 50 lac rupees within two days. Airport police registered a case under sections of kidnapping and robbery and arrested the main accused Gultasab who came out as the ringleader of “Tasbi dacoit gang”. Police teams are conducting raids in different areas for the arrest of remaining members of the gang. The SP told that, “Tasbi dacoit gang” committed several crimes of such nature in Rawalpindi and other cities and the record of these criminal acts is being obtained. The SP told that police have got the remand of the accused after presenting him in the local Court. CPO Faisal Rana commended SP Potohar Syed Ali over the arrest of the ringleader of a robber gang and said that such robber gangs commit dual crimes as they first kidnap the citizens and then rob them . The CPO directed to arrest the other members of the gang and to call the other victims of the gang to register cases on their complaints in case cases have not already been registered. The CPO said that such gangs cannot operate without facilitators therefore the facilitators of the gang must also be arrested.

Death Of Passenger During Flight

Death Of Passenger During Flight

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Today, A passenger namely Khalid Pervaiz Chuadhry s/o Fazal Ilahi Chaudhary CNIC#37301-5499664-7 PP#550802178 r/o bxid, St. No.758 gali sirabad Rasheed, Jhelum was coming to Sialkot Airport from London through flight no.Pk778 (PIA).During Flight he got the heart attack & got expired in the craft. After necessary proceedings his body has been handed over to his inheritance.