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Imran Khan’s sisters reprimand Musarrat Jamshed Cheema

She stated: “PTI founder needed you when you left, even though you were considered closest to Imran Khan”.

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Lahore: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan’s sisters Uzma Khanum and Aleema Khanum Thursday reprimanded PTI leader Musarrat Jamshed Cheema on the occasion of appearance in Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) Lahore.

On this occasion, the sisters of the former Prime Minister Imran Khan had a conversation with Musarrat Jamshed in the court room when she told about the trials and hardships during the hiding.

On which Aleema Khan scolded her that when brother needed you, you were hiding, the party was having a hard time, therefore you did a press conference.

She stated: “PTI founder needed you when you left, even though you were considered closest to Imran Khan”.

Aleema Khan added that today you are telling us about constraints, politicians are considered incomplete without jail.

Musarat Jamshed became silent after hearing the words of Aleema Khan.

The Khan sisters also talked about elections that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is sitting with at least 60 seats of PTI. Aleema Khan said that PML-N managed to win only 16 seats and Mutahidda Qoumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) only one.

She added that first money was stolen, now people's votes, this was the dream of Maryam Nawaz, she should fulfill her passion.

Khan continued to say that what will these people do if they sit in the government, people will never take them seriously.

On the other hand, the Lahore ATC extended the interim bail of the sisters in the Jinnah House attack case which was heard by admin Judge Muhammad Naveed Iqbal.

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PHC orders to remove Asad Qaiser from ECL 

According to the details, justice Shakeel Ahmed and justice Sahibzada Asad Ullah heard this case.

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Peshawar: The Peshawar High Court (PHC) has ordered to remove former speaker of national assembly and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) leader Asad Qaiser’s name from Exit Control List (ECL).

According to the details, justice Shakeel Ahmed and justice Sahibzada Asad Ullah heard this case.

The court declared this order which was given on June 23 to include Qaiser's name in the ECL as unconstitutional.

Asad’s lawyer Moazzam Butt stated that Qaiser was a former speaker of national assembly and He was going to Saudi Arab to performe Umrah but the officials stopped him.

Justice Asad Ullah inquired that on which date Asad’s name has been included in the ECL. Moazzam Butt replied that on June 23 Qaiser’s name had included in ECL.

Justice Shakeel Ahmed questioned that is he now appointed as a member of national assembly. Asad’s lawyer answered that yes, he is a member of national assembly and also a senior politician.

However, the PHC ordered to remove Asad’s name from ECL immediately.

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Pakistan achieves 25 out of 26 IMF targets

The condition of not giving tax exemption and tax amnesty has also been fully implemented, added the reports.

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Islamabad: The implementation of 25 out of 26 International Monetary Fund (IMF) targets for the Second Economic Review has been completed, reportedly.

According to the media reports, the Ministry of Finance has sent the report on the implementation of the targets to the IMF.

It has been found in the reports that the amendment of the Pakistan Society of Actuaries (SOA) law and the implementation of the amendment law have not been completed. The law of National Highway Authority (NHA), Pakistan Post and Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation has not been amended.

Reports suggest that the condition of not getting loan for the government from the central bank and timely payment of external payments has been fulfilled.

The arrears of the power sector, including tax revenues and refund payments, have been cleared on time, while the condition of not giving tax exemption and tax amnesty has also been fully implemented, added the reports.

The rate of 1.25 percent in currency exchange between the interbank and open market is being implemented while the condition of rebasing the electricity rates and increasing the price of gas has also been implemented in a timely manner, continued media reports.

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