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Plea filed in SC for implementation on national action plan 2014

The initiatives should be taken to overcome the terrorism. 

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Islamabad: A plea has filed in Supreme court (SC) for the implementation on national action plan 2014. 

According to the details, the federal and provincial governments interior ministry and others have made parties in the plea. The plea was filed through advocate Hafiz Ahsan Khokhar by the martyr form Balochistan’s pattern in chief Nawab Zada Jamal Raisani. 

It is pleaded in the petition to issue orders of immediately implementing on police reforms. The orders should be given for the immediate decisions on all cases of terrorism which are pending in courts. 

It is said in the plea that in accordance with the international standard from federal and provincial governments the witnesses should be given security and the prosecution has to implement on that. 

However, in the plea it is also pleaded to provide security of the martyrs’ family and free education to their children. The initiatives should be taken to overcome the terrorism. 

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Court adjourned £190mn reference by April 29 

Later then the court postponed the hearing till April 29. 

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Rawalpindi: The applicant’s lawyers have completed the cross examination from two witnesses in £190mn case. The six more witnesses’ statements have recorded. 

According to the details, the £190mn corruption scandal case heard in Adiala jail in which six more witnesses’ statements have recorded which were presented by the national accountability bureau (NAB).

The 21 witnesses’ statements have recorded in this case collectively. On the occasion of the hearing in Adiala jail, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) founder Imran Khan and his spouse Bushra Bibi were also present in the court room. 

From the applicant’s side lawyer Zaheer Abbas Chaudhry, Usman Gil, Khalid Yousaf Chaudhry appeared in the court while the NAB’s deputy prosecutor general Sardar Muzaffar Abbasi, prosecutor Amjad Pervaiz appeared before the court with team. 

Later then the court postponed the hearing till April 29. 

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Zionists' attempt to sacrifice animals in Al-Aqsa Mosque failed

The police have arrested 13 people, while the ages of the accused are between 13 and 21 years.

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Tel Aviv: The Israeli settler's attempt to sacrifice animals in Al-Aqsa Mosque has been thwarted.

According to foreign media reports, animals were being brought to Al-Aqsa Mosque to be sacrificed by Israeli settlers in view of the Zionist festival, which has been thwarted.

Recently, the Israeli extremist 'Temple Mount Group' requested the Israeli police to sacrifice animals in Al-Aqsa Mosque.

In which permission was sought to sacrifice animals in the premises of the mosque.

While foiling an attempt to smuggle animals into the mosque on the occasion of the festival, the police have arrested 13 people, while the ages of the accused are between 13 and 21 years.

They have been shifted to the local police station for further investigation.

The police said in a statement that goats were recovered from the possession of all the arrested persons, which were to be sacrificed in the premises of the mosque.

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