Former prime minister and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has disapproved of his party’s colleague Rana Sanaullah’s statement warning caretaker Interior Minister Sarfraz Bugti over party supremo Nawaz Sharif’s arrest upon his return to the country. “Rana Sanaullah is a sensible man [but] he should not have said something which has multiple meanings,” the senior PML-N leader said while responding to a question on Geo News’ Capital Talk show programme on Tuesday. The statement came after Sanaullah hit back at incumbent caretaker security czar Bugti for saying that the PML-N supremo would be arrested on his return if he was not granted bail. The former premier, who has been living in London since then, has recently announced his return to the country on October 21 this year
Moving a step closer to the most sought-after general elections, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Wednesday released the provisional report on the delimitation of constituencies based on the recently concluded census. An official statement issued by the poll organising authority stated that the preliminary report and map of constituencies can be viewed on the ECP’s website — https://www.ecp.gov.pk/. The electoral watchdog further said that the publication of preliminary constituencies will continue for 30 days till October 26. While voters of a constituency can approach the ECP if they have any objection to the delimitation.
Caretaker Federal Minister for Information Murtaza Solangi has said that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif did not go to London after jailbreak and will be treated according to the law on his return, Geo News reported. Addressing a press conference on the occasion of his visit to the Karachi Press Club (KPC), the caretaker minister said that Nawaz had been three times prime minister of the country and was the Quaid of a big political party. He said that he did not go abroad after a jailbreak but with the permission of the court and former government. Solangi said that he could not answer whether Nawaz would secure protective bail or move court, adding the answer is to be given by PML-N Quaid himself or the law and Constitution of the country. He said that as per the Constitution, the country’s affairs would be run by its elected representatives.
Caretaker Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani maintained that Pakistan's decision regarding establishing relations with Israel would be determined with consideration of both Pakistan's national interests and those of the Palestinian people. The statement came in response to Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen's remarks regarding normalisation of Israel's relations with the Muslim world. Cohen, as reported by Israeli media outlet Kan News, suggested that "six or seven" Islamic nations were likely to normalise ties with Israel, following Saudi Arabia's potential inclusion in the Abraham Accords, which already involved the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco, and Sudan.
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