A round up of events this week!

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  • Mirza
    Sep 18, 2014 - 9:32AM

    Let us make one fact clear. The senate is not the result of 2013 elections but was elected during past elections under military dictator. Senate is the guarantor of federation and as such should be respected. By calling all the senate members names and insulting them the extremist rightwing leaders have insulted the smaller provinces. No wonder IK has no presence in the senate! Let us pay attention to what these senators are saying as they are not the product of the so-called rigged elections but represent federating units.

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  • Malikpur - Janderbari
    Sep 18, 2014 - 10:00AM

    Good suggestion, we have to face the reality that army has its role in politics and give them due role….but my question is when if I recall Nawaz Sharif proposed some 3/4 years back that a committee comprising all stake holders including army should be formed to decide the power structure and current issue all parties including PPP extremely opposed and NS went back footing…. now if they realized that NS was right at that time, must constitute a forum which share powers among all stake holders. otherwise this power fight will destroy country and puppets like TUQ, IK and Choudries are always available to use them against state….!

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  • A J Khan
    Sep 18, 2014 - 11:25AM

    PPP stands for Plunder Public(Money) when in Power.
    They have eaten into vitals of Pakistan & now wants to sell its skeleton.

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  • Aschraful Makhlooq
    Sep 18, 2014 - 11:40AM

    At last army’s role is seeing the most important in the severe political crises to resolve Pakistan is facing now-a-days….Recommend

  • Sep 18, 2014 - 12:06PM

    This joint session has proved to be toothless so far. No discussions on the real problems and just focusing on their anti PTI rhetoric. These parliamentarians have been badly exposed. Read here: http://khattakspeaks.wordpress.com/

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