The official Twitter account of Pakistan’s embassy in Serbia tweeted criticism targeting Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday morning, citing rising inflation and alleged non-payment of salaries for three months.
“With inflation breaking all previous records, how long do you expect @ImranKhanPTI that we [government] official will remain silent & keep working for you without been paid for past 3 months & our children been forced out of school due to nonpayment of fees. Is this #NayaPakistan ?” the verified account said in the tweet.
The tweet along with the text criticizing the premier included a parody song with the “Ghabrana Nahi hai (we do not have to worry)” catchphrase.
It’s not clear whether the account was hacked. we have reached out to the Foreign Office for a comment.
Bharatiya Janata Party MP Kirodi Lal Meena will introduce ‘The Uniform Civil Code in India Bill, 2020’ in India’s Rajya Sabha on Friday, seeking the constitution of the National Inspection and Investigation Committee for preparation of ‘Uniform Civil Code’ and its implementation throughout India, a report in the Deccan Herald citing the IANS news agency said.
Addressing the Lok Sabha, Dubey said the Allahabad High Court had last month asked the Centre to consider setting up a panel for implementing the mandate of Article 44 of the Constitution, which speaks about a Uniform Civil Code for the citizens throughout the territory of India.
“Even after 75 years of Independence, we have not been able to bring in a Uniform Civil Code. I urge the government to soon bring a law to implement a Uniform Civil Code,” Dubey said.
The AHC had called upon New Delhi to look into implementing the mandate of Article 44 of the Indian Constitution.
“The UCC is a necessity and mandatorily required today. It cannot be made ‘purely voluntary’ as was observed by Dr. BR Ambedkar 75 years back, in view of the apprehension and fear expressed by the members of the minority community,” news portal live law had quoted the court as saying.
The AHC made this observation while hearing a set of 17 petitions moved by interfaith couples, who had approached it, seeking registration of their marriages and protection from private respondents.
Justice Suneet Kumar of the AHC said it was the need of the hour that Parliament came up with a “single-family code” to protect interfaith couples from being “hounded as criminals”.