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Bilawal appoints PYO office-bearers

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ISLAMABAD: Chairman, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Saturday appointed office-bearers of Peoples Youth Organization (PYO) for various divisions and districts of the province of Sindh.
According to a notification issued from the Chairman Secretariat following office-bearers have been appointed with immediate effect:
Hyderabad Division:
Makhdoom Bilawal (President), Amjad Lashari (General Secretary), Abdul Rauf Buriro (Information Secretary).
District Hyderabad:
Ali Hyder Shah (President), Hassan Jatoi (General Secretary), Aizaz Panhwar (Information Secretary).
District Hyderabad Rural: Zamin Kaleri (President), Tanvir Pahor (General Secretary)
Asif Ali Junejo (Information Secretary).
District Tando Allah Yar:
Waseem Mangrio (President), Faisal Mirjat (General Secretary), Zulifqar Katiyar (Information Secreatry).
District Dadu:
Nasrullah Panhwar (President), Murtaza Gorar (General Secretary), Saddam Balihro (Information Secretary).
District Tando Muhammad Khan:
Salal Shah (President), Raziq Khan (General Secretary), Ghulam Nabi Magsi (Information Secretary).
District Sujawal: Zahid Khado (President), Shafi Laghari (Senior Vice President)
Juman Jat (General Secretary), Hanif Walaro (Information Secretary)
District Thatta:
Hyder Sammo (President), Noor Hussain Sarki (General Secretary), Suhail Palijo (Information Secretary).
District Matiari:
Ghulam Murtaza Bhutto (President), Jameel Mangwano (General Secretary), Mujeeb Nohpoto (Information Secretary).
District Jamshoro:
Aslam Sehto (President), Rabail Mallah (General Secretary), Sanaullah Hingoroo (Information Secretary).
District Badin:
Khan Sahib Jamali (President), Zafran Chalgri (General Secretary), Salim Yousif Odhejo (Information Secretary).
Shaheed Benazirabad Division:
Akhtar Rind (President), Aftaab Baladi (General Secretary), Majid Guramani (Information Secretary).
District Shaheed Benazirabad:
Asad Zardari (President), Hakim Chandio (General Secretary), Farhan Laghari (Information Secretary).
District Naushehro Feroze:
Ghazanfar Rajpar (President), Ahmed Ali Kanyal (General Secretary) Zulqarnain Mallah (Information Secretary).
District Sanghar:
Adnan Nizamani (President), Zeeshan Wassan (Senior Vice President), Awais Chandio (General Secretary), Noman Rajput (Information Secretary).
Sukkur Division:
Urs Abro (President), Hassan Shah (General Secretary), Shuja Rehman (Information Secretary).
District Sukkur:
Ayaz Buriro (President), Irfan Khan Samejo (General Secretary),Mir Khan Chachar (Information Secretary).
Sukkur City: Aurangzaib Qureshi (President), Waheed Mangi (General Secretary), Ghazanfar Ansari (Information Secretary).
District Ghotki:
Shabbir Shah (President), Azhar Channa (General Secretary), Jamil Lagahri (Information Secretary).
District Khairpur:
Athar Solangi (President), Gulfam Shah (General Secretary) Bilal Chang (Information Secretary).
Mirpurkhas Division:
Sushil Milani (President), Jai Chahan (General Secretary), Afaq Jan Sarhandi (Information Secretary).
District Mirpurkhas:
Inayat Narejo (President), Majid Ali (General Secretary), Danish Khaskheli (Information Secretary).
District Tharparkar:
Barkat Bajir (President), Roshan Bheel (General Secretary), Sanjay Soni (Information Secretary).
District Umerkot:
Ameer Halepoto (President), Manthar Arisar (General Secretary), Nand Lal (Information Secretary).
Larkana Division:
Aftab Ali (President), Mehran Narejo (General Secretary), Waseem Dasti (Information Secretary).
District Larkana:
Imran Jatoi (President), Zaheer Narejo (General Secretary), Mehran Khaskheli (Information Secretary).
District Qambar Shahdadkot:
Nawaz Khan (President), Zafar Chandio (General Secretary), Umeed Ali Tunio (Information Secretary).
District Kashmore:
Rauf Bahalkani (President), Haq Nawaz Dashti (Senior Vice President), Abid Saddar Gajani (General Secretary), Wakaf Bajkani (Information Secretary).
District Jacobabad:
Jahangir Khoso (President), Ahsan Sarki (General Secretary), Muzaffar Khand (Information Secretary).
District Shikarpur: Naeem Buriro (President), Mohammad Tahir (General Secretary)
Janisar Khoso (Information Secretary).
Karachi Division:
Rashid Khaskheli (President), Haider Khan (General Secretary), Fareed Memon (Information Secretary).
District East Karachi:
Badshah Chandio (President), Sheraz Abbasi (Senior Vice President), Faizan Pappi (General Secretary), Noor Muhammad Akakhel (Information Secretary).
District West Karachi:
Javed Buneri (President), Shahzaib Baloch (Senior Vice President), Akhter Lund (General Secretary), Rameez Siddiqui (Information Secretary).
District Malir Karachi:
Munir Ayub Baloch (President), Balach Umar Jat (Senior Vice President), Fazal Wahab (General Secretary), Rabnawaz Jokhio (Information Secretary).
District Korangi Karachi:
Mateen Lodhi (President), Waqas Lashari (General Secretary), Habib Bhangar (Information Secretary).
District South Karachi:
Saadullah Shaikh (President), Fazal Baloch (General Secretary), Noman Khattak (Information Secretary).
District Central Karachi:
Jawad ul Hassan (President), Faizan Durrani (General Secretary), Shahzad Burfat (Information Secretary).

 

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NA committees to be formed soon: Qaiser

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ISLAMABAD: National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser on Friday said standing committees would be formed soon as he had already held meetings with both government and opposition members of the House in that regard.
He said it was not the first time that the formation of standing committees had been delayed. However, the committees were essential for legislation and parliamentary parties were finalizing their members for them, he said talking to a private news channel.
He said Prime Minister Imran Khan had taken budged from his principled stand and okayed appointment of opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif as Public Accounts Committee chairman for smooth running of the parliament.
The speaker said all the members of the National Assembly were competent, who had tabled bills on many issues in the House. With the committees in place, the House would move forward to do the legislative work, he added.
Asad Qaiser said after formation of standing committees, a special assembly session would be held. The parliament was the best forum for elected representatives to raise issues being faced by the people and get them resolved, he added.
He said he would run the House according to the law. There would be no discrimination against any member. “I respect all the assembly members, whether they belong to the treasury or opposition benches.”
The speaker said all the political parties should contribute towards making Pakistan a developed state. The country was facing many problems, including the economic crisis, and the joint efforts were needed to cope with them.

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Opposition disrupting NA business: Fawad

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PTI govt facing no political challenge

JHELUM: Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain Friday said the opposition parties were employing undemocratic tactics to disrupt the business of National Assembly (NA).
Talking to media persons here, the minister said due to the opposition’s negative attitude, the parliament’s image was being tarnished. Instead of discussing national issues like the water crisis and economy, the opposition legislators were using the forum to defend themselves in the corruption cases being pursued by the National Accountability Bureau.
He said that the government had shown large-heartedness by agreeing to the appointment of Leader of the Opposition Shehbaz Sharif as chairman of the Public Accounts Committee to ensure the smooth running of the House. However, instead of reciprocating the government’s gesture, the opposition even today made an issue of the production order of Saad Rafique and staged a walkout from the NA.
He said when the prime minister made his first speech in the National Assembly, the opposition had boycotted the proceedings on the plea of non-formation of a committee on alleged election rigging, when that body was formed they walked out of the House on the issue of NAB laws, and when the government agreed on the formation of committee on that matter, they made an issue of the PAC’s chairmanship. Now the government had agreed to the nomination of Shehbaz Sharif as PAC chairman, they had now coined the issue of Saad Rafique’s arrest to stage the walkout, he added.
He said both Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari were worried about the national wealth they had plundered during their governments and were trying to pressurize the government for an agreement like that of the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) for withdrawal of cases against them. He said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government would fulfill all the promises, which the party had made in its manifesto, including bringing about a revolution in agriculture and economic sectors and provide relief to the masses.
Fawad said when the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government came to power in 2013, there was a crisis of natural gas in the country, but when it left this year gas companies were suffering heavy losses. The Pakistan International Airlines, Pakistan Steel Mills, Sui Southern Gas Company and Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, Radio Pakistan and Pakistan Television were facing huge financial loss every year, he said, adding the PTI government was literally rebuilding the institutions brick by brick.
To a question, the minister said the accountability process was across the board and victimization of not anybody was being done as claimed by the opposition. The PTI government had made no appointments in the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). NAB was logically holding accountability of those, who ruled the country during the past ten years. Since the PTI never remained in power, so there was no question of their accountability, he added.
He said during the operation against encroachments on state land, only commercial structures were removed, while no residential houses were razed on humanitarian ground.  About Jhelum, he said so far 2,500 Kanal state land had been retrieved from the grabbers.

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S. Arabia welcomes agreement between Yemenis

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WASHINGTON: Saudi Arabia has welcomed the agreement announced in Sweden between the Yemeni parties, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said today. 

This came in a statement made by Prince Khalid bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi Ambassador to the United States of America, who lauded the efforts of the UN envoy to reach this agreement.

The Saudi envoy also termed the Agreement as an important step towards restoring the sovereignty and independence of Yemen, SPA said.

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