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The prime minister’s appeal to the Supreme Court comes just two days before the launch of massive anti-government marches led by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Tahirul Qadri - both of whom have agreed on an agenda aimed at introducing, "true participatory democracy" based on alleged rigging in the elections.
The appeal also closely mirrors the words of Imran Khan, who said he would accept any decision taken by the Supreme Court if it launches a probe into rigging allegations.
The premier questioned the ongoing protests in the country, repeatedly blaming unnamed "people" for the prevailing crisis. The prime minister said that he respected the people's right to protest, but stressed that parliamentary representation cannot determined by street protests. The prime minister vowed that electoral laws would be reformed so that the next elections would be more transparent. Nawaz said all state institutions in Pakistan are working together according to the Constitution. Countries as old as us (Pakistan) are stronger, more successful and progressive than us, said the premier. The planned demonstrations, and violent clashes between security forces and PAT supporters, have unnerved Sharif's fledgling civilian government. The government has blocked roads in parts of Lahore and Islamabad to stop protesters from gathering in the capital, where Section 144 has been imposed.
Some members of the ruling party fear the protesters may be getting support from elements in the powerful military and specifically 'friends of Musharraf'. The chief minister addressed eight public meetings in district Nowshera during the last three days to mobilise people for ‘Azadi March’. The chief minister said that the country would see a real change on August 14 as a new history would be written of Pakistan.
The chief minister also asked the federal government to give rights to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under 18th Amendment to put the province on the path of development. Mr Khattak alleged that Sharif brothers could not play a constructive role in the country on the base of their bogus mandate.
He said that federal government should not think that ‘Azadi March’ would fail as PTI workers were struggling hectically to make it a success. The chief minister said that their allied parties knew that PTI government was trying its best to fulfil the promises made with the people during elections.
Mr Khattak alleged that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had intentionally ignored Khyber Pakhtunkhwa because its people had given mandate to PTI. Meanwhile, the chief minister announced construction of a bridge on the Indus River between Toghar and Swat to prevent timber smuggling in upper districts of the province including Hazara division.
He said that government would not allow timber smugglers to turning the rivers and dams of the province as means of transportation for smuggling timber. Addressing a public meeting after planting a sapling in Judbah on Tuesday, the chief minister said that ‘Azadi March’ to pave way for real change, says Khattak government would plant one billion trees in the province during the coming four years to increase the present forest covered area from 20 per cent to 25 per cent. Beside others, Provincial Minister of Forests Ishtiaq Khan, Commissioner Abid Ali Khan and DIG Akhtar Hayat Khan Gandapur were also present on occasion. Mr Khattak said that his government after coming into power last year, imposed ban on cutting of forests as it wanted to protect the ‘green gold’ for the future generations and improvement of environment. The chief minister said that henceforth nobody could cut trees and in return government would get handsome amount every year that would be spent on protection of forests and welfare of forest owners. The chief minister said that more than 10 million square feet of timber was cut illegally during the last four years in the province, causing over Rs100 billion losses to the national exchequer.
He said that provincial government would get funds from international donors under forest protection programme that would be spent mostly in Malakand and Hazara divisions. Mr Khattak said that henceforth nobody including forest owners could cut trees in the province.
The bridge could not be used for vehicular traffic and people could only use it to cross into Malakand from Toghar. Mr Khattak also announced two girls high schools, four primary schools and upgradation of two middle schools for boys to high level in the district. ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said Tuesday that his party would continue with the scheduled protest march to the capital despite the prime minister’s appeal to launch a judicial probe into rigging allegations.
Imran was speaking at a press conference shortly after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif addressed the nation.
During his televised speech, Nawaz requested the Supreme Court to form a commission to investigate alleged irregularities in the 2013 general elections.
Imran claimed that no investigation into election results could be conducted transparently under Nawaz Sharif.
Referring to the premier’s speech, he said: “It felt odd that he was speaking to me in such a familiar manner. MINGORA: Provincial chief of Jamaat-i-Islami Professor Mohammad Ibrahim Khan on Tuesday said that they would not support any attempt to harm the democratic system in the country. Addressing a ceremony at Swat Press Club, which was held to distribute cash among the internally displaced persons of North Waziristan Agency, he said that imposition of martial law would be against the constitution and the country could no more afford such a situation. To a question Professor Ibraheem said that Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri's agendas were different, adding that while Qadri didn’t take part in the last general elections, Imran Khan started its agitation after he alleged rigging in four constituencies during the last general elections. The JI leader said that political parties should keep their differences aside and work for country’s uplift.
Replying another question the JI provincial chief said the government should end operation Zarb-i-Azb as soon so possible to allow return of the affected people to their home towns.
ISLAMABAD: The PPP called on the Supreme Judicial Council on Tuesday to try members of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) for their alleged role in rigging the general elections of 2013. The demand comes a day after Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan specifically accused the ECP member from Punjab, retired Justice Riaz Kiani, of playing a major role in rigging the polls in favour of the PML-N – an allegation denied by Justice Kiani. The discussion on the floor of the house was overshadowed by various political parties offering advice to the government over the impending demonstrations in the capital on August 14. Saeed Ghani also criticised the government’s handling of the situation, saying that it had made millions of people miserable just to stop a few thousand activists from the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT). Referring to PML-N leaders’ statements about “a conspiracy against democracy”, he said the party that had authorised the use of force in the anti-encroachment operation outside PAT headquarters in Lahore’s Model Town was, in fact, an enemy of the government and democracy. Former interior minister Rehman Malik of the PPP proposed the constitution of a parliamentary committee to investigate the rigging charges levelled by Imran Khan. Senator Taj Haider also slammed the government for invoking Article 245, noting that those who came into power with the “funding from the agencies” and “with the help of terrorists” did not know the value of democracy. He warned the government against adopting “a path of confrontation”, saying that the forces which had opted for a referendum under a dictator would strengthen the hands of some other dictator if the government continued its confrontational stance.

Awami National Party’s Afrasiab Khatak asked the government not to be unnerved and said that those who wanted a peaceful protest should not be stopped. He said there was no justification for a long march in the presence of a vibrant parliament, free media and independent judiciary. Kulsoom Parveen of the BNP-A criticised the government for not accepting Imran Khan’s demand for verification of voters’ thumb impressions in four constituencies.
The minister of state for parliamentary affairs, winding up discussion, said that Article 245 had not been invoked to stop Imran Khan’s march, but rather to counter the threat that terrorists posed to the city.
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has said that he will accept any decision taken by the Supreme Court if it launches a probe into rigging allegations - closely mirroring what Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said minutes later in an address to the nation. In an interview aired Tuesday by a private TV channel ahead of his ‘Azadi’ march, Imran said he has full confidence in the Chief Justice of Pakistan Nasir-ul-Mulk. Imran said an inquiry must be launched into the rigging allegations, and that he will be satisfied when those involved are tried in court. When asked who would be part of the caretaker set-up in the situation that Nawaz Sharif steps down, Imran said. The PTI chief expressed bewilderment at the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) government’s efforts to talk him out of his planned protest. In a stern warning to the government, the PTI chief said his supporters should not be stopped from what he vows will be a peaceful protest. A separate protest, led by opposition politician Imran Khan, is planned for the capital on Thursday to protest alleged election irregularities.
Some members of the ruling party fear the protesters may be getting support from elements in the powerful military, which has had a series of disagreements with the government.
KARACHI: Speakers at a meeting on Tuesday demanded that the Protection of Pakistan Act, 2014 be repealed immediately as it could open the way to autocracy.
The meeting, organised jointly by the Women Action Forum (WAF) and the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST), noted that the law was in conflict with various basic human rights guaranteed in the constitution. The speakers demanded that the government strengthen the existing criminal justice system by ending delays in trials, ensuring fair, swift and scientific investigations and independent prosecution that were free from government control. Anis Haroon, the former chairperson of the National Commission on the Status of Women, said that parliament had no power to enact any law which violated fundamental rights enshrined in Articles 8 to 28 of the Constitution. She said that the controversial law did not apply to the Federally Administered Tribal Area (Fata) where the army operation against militants was being undertaken.
She said that the law gave the role of police to civil and military forces, which was in violation of Articles 8, 10, 10-A and 142 of the Constitution.
She said it gave powers to a grade-15 officer to open fire, which was in conflict with Articles 9 and 10 of the Constitution. She said that the maximum detention period, currently 14 days, had been extended to 60 days and it could be used to extract confession from accused through torture, inhuman and degrading treatment which was forbidden under Articles 9 and 14 of the Constitution. She said that the burden of proving innocence had been put on the accused and the prosecution had no burden to prove that the accused was involved in criminal activities. She said that the accused would be tried by special courts to be set up away from the public view in a barricaded area which was against the fair trail and violation of Articles 9, 10, 13, 14 and 175 of the Constitution. Baber Ayaz of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan said that this law would be used against the forces created by the establishment but had now turned against it. Shaherbano of the WAF said this law would be misused against political workers demanding their rights and the marginalised sections of the society would suffer the most. She said that it would become a licence for more enforced disappearances without any accountability. Amar Sindhu said that the number of missing persons in Sindh had increased manifold after this law. Muneeba Hamied of Shirkatgah claimed that the government had formulated this law owing to the dismal rate of convictions of terrorists and such powers had been given to the law enforcement agencies so that terrorists were tried and given exemplary punishments quickly. She said that currently the investigations and prosecution in the terrorism-related cases was very poor. Dr Riaz Shaikh, Dr Haroon Ahmed, Mehnaz Rehman, Fahim Zaman, Uzma Noorani, Shireen Khokhar, Raheema Panhwar, Kauser Khan and others also spoke.
The speakers demanded that the government strengthen the existing criminal justice system by ending delays in trials, ensuring fair, swift and scientific investigations.
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Tuesday said the provincial government was able to win the confidence of local and foreign investors by improving the law and order situation in the city.
He said this after inaugurating the Inter­national Expo, organised by the Association of Builders and Developers of Pakistan (Abad) at the Karachi Expo Centre.
The chief minister said that the Sindh government had made remarkable progress in a short time by maintaining law and order with the efforts of law-enforcement agencies.
The CM asked Abad and the managements of participating construction companies, engineers and technocrats to bring innovative ideas of construction and conceive projects which would be commercially viable and add to the city’s beauty. He stressed that his government was encouraging the private sector to invest, build and facilitate the people of Sindh.
The chief minister, who was accompanied by minister for livestock Jam Khan Shoro, special assistants Waqar Mehdi and Rashid Rabani, soon after inaugurating the expo, visited various stalls where latest architectural designs and styles of construction were displayed.
Abad Chairman Mohsin Shekhani, Senior Vice Chairman Saleem Qasim Patel, and Abad Expo 2014 organiser Haris Mithani briefed the chief minister about aims and objectives of International Expo-2014 in which construction companies from various other countries are participating. Pilot Video Moot: The chief minister also inaugurated First Pilot Video Conferencing System installed at CM House to introduce E-Governance in the province. NSUSC: The chief minister, who also presided over a meeting of North Sindh Urban Services Corporation at the CM House, expressed his dissatisfaction over the performance of the corporation, ordered for immediate removal of its managing director and asked the Planning and Development Department to revisit agreement and reconstitute its board within one month.
He also directed the new PD-NSUSC to take over the charge and ensure that efficient deliveries of water supply, drainage and disposal of sanitation are being provided to the people of cities in north Sindh included in the NSUSC-programme. Addressing the meeting, the chief minister said that as per agreement, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) was committed to provide loan of $300m with 25 per cent share of Sindh government i.e.
He said that initially Sukkur old, Sukkur new, Rohri, Shikarpur, Khairpur and Larkana were included in the project with newly constituted company under the title of North Sindh Urban Services Corporation with $ 50m to perform and deliver to the people in these identified fields but the management of NSUSC failed to perform accordingly.
Shah said that as per schedule the Sindh cities improvement programme is being expanded on to 20 secondary cities in whole Sindh under the central Sindh Urban Services Corporation cluster of Mirpurkhas, Sanghar, Tando Adam, Shahdadpur, Umerkot and Tando Alahyar.
SUKKUR: Jacobabad Subzi Mandi shut down on Tuesday for an indefinite period against extortion from traders and vendors by hooligans allegedly hired by the contractor of the city’s municipal committee. The call for the shutdown was given by the Vegetable and Fruit Traders Association after several days of protest demonstrations and rallies against what the participants called ‘extortion’ and harassment.
The association said that the district administration had been approached repeatedly with request to take action against the hooligans involved but in vain.
They said that whenever the Jacobabad Municipal Committee had been apprised of the way the so-called tax was collected, it maintained that there was no tax supposed to be collected by the contractor on behalf of the Town Municipal Administration.
Leaders of the businessman community and traders including Mir Ahmed Ali Brohi, Deedar Ali Lashari, Haji Bashir Ahmed Sabhayo, Babul Jan Lehri and Nazar Mohammad Brohi spoke to the participants. A large number of traders, commission agents and vendors took out a rally from Old Sabzi Mandi and after passing through various roads converged on the DC office, where they held a sit-in.
They raised slogans against hooligans, their employer, the illegal tax and also against the deputy commissioner.
They urged the authorities concerned to take immediate measures against harassment and extortion. They vowed to continue the shutdown and protest rallies until the arrest of the contractor and his ‘armed gangsters’.

The leaders also demanded removal of the DC who, according to them, was found nowhere during their four days of protests. They said that not only at the Sabzi Mandi, extortion and street crimes had been on the rise across the district for quite some time. They appealed to PPP MNA Mir Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani to taking notice of the situation and take up the issue with the provincial government.
They urged the Jacobabad SSP to establishment permanent police pickets at Sabzi Mandi to ensure safety and security of all stakeholders. Jacobabad Assistant Commissioner Kashif Ali and Mukhtiarkar Ghulam Abbas Sadhayo drove to the protest venue and held talks with the leaders of the local businessman community and traders. They discussed the issue of illegal tax and its recovery at gunpoint with them and held out the assurance that the matter would be sorted out at the earliest. The protesters agreed to end their sit-in but made it clear that the shutdown would continue until the contractor’s armed hooligans were arrested.
Closure of Sabzi Mandi since early Tuesday morning created a shortage of vegetables and fruits in most parts of Jacobabad district. The traders announcement of an indefinite strike aggravated the situation as shopkeepers and vendors in streets and lanes charged exorbitantly high rates for commonly used vegetables and fruits. A similar situation was witnessed in parts of Balochistan bordering Sindh as supplies in bulk are transported to these areas from the Jacobabad Sabzi Mandi.
The hooligans regularly visited each and every trader, commission agent and vendor doing business at the Subzi Mandi to collected money at gun point.
The institute on Tuesday tested positive for polio seven more children — one-year-old Sofia (daughter of Kabul Khan from Birmal, South Waziristan), 18-month-old Munib Rehman (son of Hafiz Rehman from Miramshah, North Waziristan), 18-month-old Abdul Rauf (son of Mohammad Ayaz from Meri Khel village in Bara, Khyber Agency), 12-month-old Hazeena (daughter of Saddam from Shaa Dal village in Bara, Khyber Agency), 30-month-old Mihadullah (son of Haider Gul from Rasool Khan Khwar Speen Qabar village in Bara, Khyber Agency), 18-month-old Masood (son of Hamid from Khushali Wazir village in Razmak, North Waziristan) and 18-month-old Fida Rehman (son of Adeel Rehman from Tal village in Miramshah, North Waziristan). Of 115 polio cases registered this year so far 84 are from Fata, 19 from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 10 from Sindh and one each from Punjab and Balochistan.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s health department which has found polio virus in Peshawar’s sewerage water is taking additional measures for the vaccination of displaced people from North Waziristan because it has scientifically been proven that they are transmitting the virus to children in the province.
Arrival of the high transmission month (September) has already highlighted the need for intensified immunisation campaign against vaccine-preventable childhood disease in the province. The health department is trying to cope with situation after massive influx of infected children from North Waziristan.
The department needs to plan campaigns in line with case response strategy of vaccinating 500,000 children in surrounding areas of the city. MUZAFFARABAD: A Srinagar based senior leader of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) on Tuesday asked the Pakistani political parties to rise above their interests and strengthen their country to help it ensure an early success of Kashmiris’ freedom struggle.
The rally was taken out under the aegis of Pasban-e-Hurriyat, an organisation of Kashmiri refugees, to protest against the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to occupied Ladakh region on Tuesday. Mr Geelani regretted that over the last 67 years whoever came to power in Pakistan failed to safeguard the interests of the country and devise an effective strategy to rid the Kashmiris of India’s subjugation.
Referring to a reported stance of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah that Kashmir was the jugular vein of Pakistan, Mr Geelani stressed upon the political leadership and public in Pakistan to firmly stick to it. He also spoke about India’s repressive measures in held Kashmir and its desperate efforts to change the demography of the Muslim majority state. Earlier, the participants of the rally marched from press club to Garhi Pan Chowk, amid pro-freedom and anti India chants. Prominent among others who spoke on the occasion included Pasban-e-Hurriyat chief Uzair Ahmed Ghazali, Mushtaqul Islam, Shaukat Javed Mir and Asghar Rasool. Last year, for the first time in Pakistan, a democratically elected government completed its tenure," said Nawaz in a televised address to the nation.
Cellular services were blocked in parts of the federal capital today, and are expected to remain suspended for an indefinite period. People will see a visible change in all sectors, especially economy if Irman Khan becomes prime minister of the country,” he said while addressing two separate public meetings in Pahari Karikhel and Pashtun Gahri areas of Nowshera on Tuesday. He alleged that some bureaucrats and corrupt elements were working against the provincial government as it had launched an anti-corruption campaign.
He added that government wanted to protect forests for the coming generations and benefits of the forest owners.
Anyone, who cuts a single tree, will be bound by law to grow two trees in its place,” he added. We imposed ban on cutting of forest after coming into power last year and now announced forest policy, which will benefit the owners and government equally,” said Mr Khattak. He said that a bridge would be built on the Indus River between Toghar and Swat to control timber smuggling.
This [government] has had the poorest economic performance,” said Imran, hitting back at Nawaz.
Nearly all the speakers called on the ruling party to allow marchers to come to Islamabad on Independence Day. It needs to come out of this fear and must allow marchers to come and stay (in the capital for as long as) they want. But the senator criticised Dr Tahirul Qadri and asked him to define what he meant by ‘revolution’. He said the democratic system was under pressure and the government should join hands with pro-democracy forces to avert these attacks. He said that those who were trying to overthrow democratically-elected governments should also revisit their attitude. The Punjab government has blocked roads in Model Town that lead to the Minhajul Quran secretariat.
At the same time, it has also been able to bring in huge investment from local and foreign investors in the province, he added.
The first phase of this system has been installed by provincial Information Technology Department with its estimated cost of Rs10 million. It said that the hooligans regularly visited each and every trader, commission agent and vendor doing business at the Subzi Mandi to collected money at gun point. The city, where three polio cases were registered in June and July, needs urgent anti-polio campaigns. The health department is required to focus on Peshawar and displaced people simultaneously.
The situation arising out in Pakistan is worrying the Kashmiris because it is weakening Pakistan, to the detriment of our cause,” said Syed Ali Shah Geelani, in a telephonic address to the participants of a rally in Muzaffarabad. But that does not mean that an elected government should be sent packing through agitation,” he said. There should not be any compromise on Kashmir for four-point formula or trade,” he said, in a reference to former military ruler Gen Pervez Musharraf’s four-point formula and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s reported desire for trade with India. I am hopeful that this committee will achieve its goal in good time and will be a milestone in our country’s history," he said.
Many of the speakers insisted that by creating hurdles, the government might worsen an already volatile situation. He condemned Qadri’s statement which called on his supporters to ‘kill’ members of the Sharif family.

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