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Saudi Arabia invites ASP Shehr Bano, family as royal guests

All of her and family’s visit expenses to Saudi Arabia will be borne by the Saudi government.

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Islamabad: Saudi Arabia has invited Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Shehr Bano Naqvi of Punjab Police Pakistan as royal guest.

The Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan H. E. Nawaf bin Saeed Ahmad Al Maliki met ASP Shehr Bano Naqvi of Punjab Police, who saved a woman dressed in Arabic calligraphy from a raged mob in the Ichhra market of Lahore.

On behalf of the Saudi ambassador, Nawaf bin Saeed, a ceremony was held in honor of the female police officer at the Saudi embassy.

According to a media report, the Saudi ambassador paid tribute to the police officer.

While she has been told that all of her and family’s visit expenses to Saudi Arabia will be borne by the Saudi government.

It is pertinent to note that ASP Shehr Bano Naqvi has also been praised by the Chief Of Army Staff (COAS) for her bravery.

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ECP issues presidential elections’ schedule 

Polling for the presidential elections will be held on March 9 from 10am to 5pm in the parliament house and the four provincial assemblies.

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Islamabad: Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has issued presidential elections’ schedule which will be held on March 9.

According to the details, nomination papers for the presidential elections’ will be submitted by March 2 before 12pm. The evaluation of the nomination papers for presidential elections’ will be done by the Returning Officers (RO) at 10am on March 4.

Nomination papers can be withdrawn till 12pm on March 5 and the list of presidential candidates will be displayed on March 5 at 1pm and the withdrawal date will be March 6.

Polling for the presidential elections will be held on March 9 from 10am to 5pm in the parliament house and the four provincial assemblies.

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Polling process starts for new speaker’s electoral process in national assembly

Sunni Ittehad Council (SIC) protested against this assembly’s session and surrounded the speaker’s dice.

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Islamabad: The polling process has been started for the new speaker in the national assembly's session.

According to the details, this national assembly session has chaired by the speaker national assembly Raja Pervaiz Ashraf. This competition is between Sunni Ittehad Council's candidate Muhammad Aamir Dogar and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz's (PML-N) candidate Ayaz Sadiq.

Umar Ayyub, Barrister Gohar Ali Khan and so many other political leaders are in national assembly’s session. The member national assembly are casting their votes one by one. 

Sunni Ittehad Council (SIC) protested against this assembly’s session and surrounded the speaker’s dice. On this Raja Pervaiz Ashraf stated that you can protest if you want to but proceed this assembly's session further. 

Umar Ayyub stated that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) wanted to bring Imran Khan into the assembly and make him the prime minister of Pakistan because Imran reserved the actual rights for being the prime minister of Pakistan.

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