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People are being lathi charged in “Khadam-e-A’ala”Ramzan Bazars:Ch Pervaiz Elahi

Lahore:Deputy Prime Minister Ch Parvez Elahi presided over a high level meeting which reviewed the Ramzan Package at the Utility Stores throughout the country at the State Guest House here today. Talking to media people afterwards, Ch Parvez Elahi expressed satisfaction that pretty larger number of people are benefitting from ... Read More »

Federal govt is victimizing Punjab:CM Shahbaz Sharif

Lahore:Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that up to 18 hours load-shedding in Punjab is a result of vindictive thinking of Asif Zardari against the people of the province which the whole nation strongly condemns. He said that on the orders of Mr. Zardari 700 megawatt electricity produced ... Read More »

Shahbaz witnessed protest against loadshedding

Lahore:Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif today visited various parts of the city to review development projects and inspected metro bus service project from Model Town to Shahdara. During a briefing at the office of the construction company near Azadi Chowk, the Chief Minister got the air-conditioners switched off and ... Read More »

Shahbaz not backed by PPP:Khawaja Asif

Lahore:MNA Kh. Muhammad Asif has said that Shahbaz Sharif has been brought into power by the people of Punjab. He said that Zardari had snatched power from Shahbaz Sharif with the help of Dogar Court but independent judiciary by giving historic decision against this robbery on the mandate of people ... Read More »

Utility stores are buying edibles from Ramazan Bazars:Pervaiz Rasheed

Lahore: Leader of Pakistan Muslim League-N, Senator Pervez Rashid has said that coalition parties of federal government in the provinces have rejected Shujaat Formula by declaring it impracticable and Deputy Prime Minister cannot dare to even present this formula in Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtoonkhawah. He said that Ch. Pervez ... Read More »

Power crisis due to technical fault: Kaira

Minister for Information and Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira has said that the power crisis will be resolved in a couple of days. while talking to media the minister said that electricity demand has increased due to rising temperature but the government is focused to overcome the situation. Kaira said that ... Read More »

Government Machinery to raids in Ramzan Bazars:Ahmad Ali Olakh

Lahore:Provincial Minister for Agriculture, Malik Ahmad Ali has said that government machinery has been activated for conducting raids to ensure the quality and prices of daily use items in Sastay Ramzan Bazaars and open market throughout the province. “Ehtram-e-Ramzan Ordinance” is being strictly implemented and people and media should identify ... Read More »

Police keep eye on the protesters:Malik Nadeem Kamran

Lahore:Provincial Minister for Zakat & Ushr, Malik Nadeem Kamran has directed the Town Municipal Administrations throughout the province to ensure provision of potable water to the citizens uninterruptedly. He further directed that existing generators and motors should be checked and kept in working conditions. He warned that strict action would ... Read More »

Capt Safdar Party Membership suspended

Lahore:Pakistan Muslim League-N has suspended the membership of party president’ son in law Capt.Safdar who was asked to submit his reply within 10 days.Capt.Safdar membership suspension show cause notice was issued by part secretary general Iqbal Zafar Jhagra on the charges of violating party discipline and objectionable remarks against Sardar ... Read More »

A large number of citizens benefiting from Ramazan Bazars:Zulifqar Khosa

Lahore:Senator Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa has said that a large number of citizens are benefiting from availability of daily use items at subsidized rates in 322 Ramazan Bazars set up in nine divisions of the province by the Punjab government. He said that the monitoring system of quality and ... Read More »

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