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stratos @ Thu May 23, 2019 12:40 pm

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Separately three people have been arrested in connection with Farishta's disappearance, Dawn newspaper reports.


For some reason this bothers me. Seems the police did nothing, didn't help or search or anything. Then the young girls body is found, people in the area are rightly upset with the police. Bang 3 arrested. Seems like the police are covering for themselves with a quick arrest. I do hope they got the right people but smells a bit fishy to me.

   



Fighter @ Fri May 24, 2019 2:54 am

stratos stratos:
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Separately three people have been arrested in connection with Farishta's disappearance, Dawn newspaper reports.


For some reason this bothers me. Seems the police did nothing, didn't help or search or anything. Then the young girls body is found, people in the area are rightly upset with the police. Bang 3 arrested. Seems like the police are covering for themselves with a quick arrest. I do hope they got the right people but smells a bit fishy to me.


Yes, a possibility but I believe criminal will not remain free...

He will be arrested soon.

PM Khan wants daily updates in the Farishta murder case

Noor ul Amin Danish
May 23 , 2019

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Prime Minister Imran Khan has taken notice of the kidnapping, rape and murder of a 10-year-old girl in Islamabad and wants daily updates on the case.

He expressed his displeasure over the fact that arrests were made so late, even though the Farishta’s family came to register an FIR the day she disappeared. He has suspended the DSP and made the SP the OSD in the case. PM Khan has also demanded an explanation from the IG and operations DG.

ISPR chief Major General Asif Ghafoor also condemned the incident and offered the full support of the army to bring the rapists to justice.

The Islamabad police have arrested three suspects in the case. An FIR was registered on May 19 at the Shahzad Town police station almost five days after Farishta disappeared. The SHO of the Shahzad Town police station, Ghulam Abbas, has been suspended for refusing to register a case earlier. A case of criminal negligence has been registered against him and other personnel of the police station, including the original investigation officer Muhammad Nasir.

A committee has also been formed for a judicial inquiry into the case as well as two investigation teams. This action comes after the girl’s family staged a day-long protest at Taramari Chowk on Wednesday.

Farishta went missing on May 15 at 5:30pm from their house in Chak Shahzad, according to her father. He said he arrived at the Shahzad Town police station at 7pm to lodge an FIR but no one spared him a glance till 12:30am. The girl’s body was found in a forest nearby on May 20.

The police have confirmed that according to the post-mortem examination, she was raped. They are waiting on a more detailed report. ADC Bilawal Abro has been appointed the main investigator and will present a report in seven days.

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https://www.samaa.tv/news/2019/05/pm-khan-wants-daily-updates-in-the-farishta-murder-case/

   



Fighter @ Mon May 27, 2019 11:31 am

Two Indian Army Commanders Escaped Pakistan's Kashmir Air Strike - Report

Indian Northern Army Commander Lt Gen. Ranbir Singh and 16 Corps Commander Lt Gen. Paramjit Singh had left for another post, 700 metres from the military compound where the Pakistan Air Force dropped precision-guided glide bombs in an air strike on 27 February in retaliation to the IAF's strike a day earlier.

https://sputniknews.com/asia/201905271075377013-india-pakistan-air-strike-kashmir/

ROTFL

   



DrCaleb @ Mon May 27, 2019 11:41 am

Don't trust anything 'Sputnik' publishes. They are directly funded by the Kremlin, and are known to fake stories to piss people off.

   



Fighter @ Wed May 29, 2019 10:48 am

DrCaleb DrCaleb:
Don't trust anything 'Sputnik' publishes. They are directly funded by the Kremlin, and are known to fake stories to piss people off.


I agree with you.

But this article by them is 100 percent true...

Indians have confirmed this now and Pakistanis are saying it form the day this happened on. Pakistanis claim Indian army chief Bipin Rawat was also there at the time of bombing.

here is an Indian article confirming this as well.

Indian Army commanders left Brigade HQ ‘minutes before’ PAF bomb fell in compound 27 Feb

https://theprint.in/defence/indian-army-commanders-left-brigade-hq-minutes-before-paf-bomb-fell-in-compound-27-feb/241324/

I am Pakistani and to extent nationalist as well but not a blind one....I watching all news since 27th Feb and given Pak claims being verified by Indians and Int'l media, I now tends to believe anything comes from Pakistan.

We won't fool our own people or international public.

   



BartSimpson @ Wed May 29, 2019 2:12 pm

Remind me again why India and Pakistan are acting like children to each other? :?:

   



Fighter @ Wed May 29, 2019 11:24 pm

BartSimpson BartSimpson:
Remind me again why India and Pakistan are acting like children to each other? :?:


I think because we are just 70 years old :)

What you said, many foreigners and Pakistanis/Indians also say that .

We sometimes know we are not being matured as of now, yet we continue :)

on a lighter note, take a look at this :lol:

Indian and Pakistani security agents ring each-other's doorbells and run away in bizarre escalation of tensions between the two countries

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5504845/Diplomat-doorbell-pranks-reflect-rise-Indian-Pakistan-tensions.html

   



DrCaleb @ Thu May 30, 2019 5:33 am

I used to do that.

When I was 5.

:roll:

   



Fighter @ Thu May 30, 2019 10:06 am

DrCaleb DrCaleb:
I used to do that.

When I was 5.

:roll:


[B-o]

Me as well in my childhood...

   



Fighter @ Sat Jun 01, 2019 9:34 am

PM Imran Khan Complete Speech at Islamic Summit in Mecca | 1 Jun 2019

   



Fighter @ Sun Jun 02, 2019 5:03 am

Well Well Well....

What really happened on 26/27th Feb b/w Pak and India?

A detailed account of those events by well respected, retired PAF Pilot and researcher ; Kaiser Tufail is in following link...

Do read how the air battle took place b/w two somewhat equally equipped airforces....It is worth reading. These kinda events don't happen often.

https://kaiser-aeronaut.blogspot.com/2019/06/pulwama-from-bluster-to-whimper.html?fbclid=IwAR0d0Ak1ekgGW_6Ljb21PrxMPvpxTkDmKavLVsh_ynL_fvPptkhDBtEO_qY

   



Fighter @ Mon Jun 03, 2019 1:02 am

Indian Politicians Are Scared Of Imran Khan Due To His Popularity In India’ – Ram Subramanian

Indian artist Ram Subramanian says that Indian polticias are scared of Imran Khan because of his popularity and following in India.

By Eminraja Last updated Jun 1, 2019

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Popular Indian ad-maker, artist and activist Ram Subramanian shared what he felt seeing Imran Khan on the display section of Vijay Sales Showroom in Mumbai. Talking to his social media platform, Ram voice his opinions about why he thinks Indian politicians are afraid of Imran Khan as despite the bitterness, Indians have a soft corner for him and idealise him.

In a series of tweets, Ram said that when he visited Vijay Sales Showroom in Mumbai, he couldn’t resist his attention from getting distracted from the display section. While all others had screensavers on them, one displayed Imran Khan talking.

Seeing at it, Ram said he realised why Indian politicians are afraid of Imran Khan. He said he can transcend their hate narratives because of the love Indian people have for him.

Ram added that as long as Indians love cricket, they will continue to look up to Imran Khan and it will be a death to the hate narrative which is a tool for political manipulation.

Ram said that as long as the love of cricket and Imran Khan remains in hearts of Indians, the call for ‘war’ will be ineffective and will continue to fail because you can’t go at war with someone you love.

He concluded saying Imran Khan is not only Pakistan’s saviour, but he is also a hope for peace lovers in India. Here is what Ram said:

”Yesterday I was at Vijay Sales Showroom in Mumbai and saw this happen. Every TV in the display section showed some screensaver except one. It had Imran Khan talking on it. I guess it’s easy to understand why some among Indian politicians dislike him.

He can transcend their narratives and agendas. Imran, probably, is the most popular, loved and respected Pakistan face. As long as people of India like cricket, Imran Khan will be remembered fondly. And if you like someone you cannot go to war with them.”

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”If you do, there will be a larger conflict within you. Imran Khan is not just the leader that Pakistan desperately needed to save itself, he is also the leader that India needed on the other side of the fence. A restless, angry India that is looking for peace within itself”, Ram concluded.

"Yesterday I was at Vijay Sales Showroom in Mumbai and saw this happen. Every TV in the display section showed some screensaver except one. It had @ImranKhanPTI talking on it.
I guess it’s easy to understand why some among Indian politicians dislike him. He can transcend" 1/3

"their narratives and agendas. Imran, probably, is the most popular, loved and respected Pakistan face. As long as people of India like cricket, Imran Khan will be remembered fondly.
And if you like someone you cannot go to war with them." 2/3

"If you do, there will be a larger conflict within you. Imran Khan is not just the leader that Pakistan desperately needed to save itself, he is also the leader that India needed on the other side of the fence. A restless, angry India that is looking for peace within itself. 3/3

https://blog.siasat.pk/indian-politicians-are-scared-of-imran-khan-due-to-his-popularity-in-india-ram-subramanian/

https://twitter.com/VORdotcom/status/1133986236035584001

   



Fighter @ Tue Jun 04, 2019 3:41 am

Nuclear Pakistan - credit where it is due

Lt Gen Ghulam Mustafa (Retd)
May 28, 2019

The scale and magnitude of the success of Pakistan’s nuclear program can only be understood if it is placed in some kind of measurable context. Let me try doing that.

Read the book titled” Two Minutes Over Baghdad”; it’s a fascinating story about how Israeli Airforce destroyed Iraq’s nuclear Reactor “ Tammuz One” on 7 June 81 and with it Saddam Hussain’s ambitions of leading Iraq into leadership role of the Arab/ Muslim world. Destruction of this reactor was accompanied by murder of many of Iraq’s leading scientists and engineers effectively sealing any possibility of Iraq going at it again.

That’s how serious the world was then against any Muslim country becoming nuclear power.

More recently, Iran’s nuclear ambitions are one of the major reasons for pushing it back into sanctions yet again. And it is not easy for Iranians despite being major oil exporters. When push came to shove, even its strategic ally, India, took no time in deserting it. These sanctions are being enforced through brutal power with more to come because Americans didn’t have to make major naval and other redeployments focused around the Strait of Hormuz merely as show of force.

In this backdrop, it is pretty sobering to think that technologically primitive Pakistan, not as well-endowed financially as Iraq or Iran and also not as important for anyone as Israel is for America , went around everything and everyone to become a recognised nuclear power and a Muslim country too. If asked to express themselves frankly, only a handful of countries would like Pakistan’s nuclear capability. In fact quite a few would actually vote to take it back. Some wouldn’t mind destroying it physically if possible.

If ever documented, Pakistan’s journey from apparently innocuous KANUP(Karachi Nuclear Power Plant) to KRL( Khan Research Laboratory) onto Chaghi Hills would pale the combined genius of John Le Carre, Robert Ludlum and Fredrick Forsyth.

From Dr Usmani to Dr Qadeer and Dr Samar Mubarakmand, from Ayub Khan to Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Ishaq khan, Ziaul Haq and Mian Nawaz Sharif, there’s a long list of scientists, engineers and leaders who rightly deserve to be credited for their contributions in developing Pakistan’s nuclear capability. It will be unfair not to recognised Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (ZAB) for the lions share in this regard. By his own admission, even the wiliest of foxes, Dr Henry Kissinger couldn’t help recognising his genius when he outwitted the good doctor twice. Once on Lahore Airport when Henry Kissinger wanted to discuss Pakistan’s nuclear program, ZAB told him politely that he couldn’t talk about it because of impending elections in Pakistan in 1977 and second time the Dr got hold of ZAB on Paris Airport where he was told that it was pointless to talk about it, this time because of impending elections in America. Only ZAB could do that to Henry Kissinger

ZAB also doesn’t get credit for one more critical decision that proved to be the game changer. He took this project out of routine bureaucratic channels and set up a special system involving only the most essential offices and persons. He put Army in charge with COAS coordinating all aspects of the program and reporting directly to the PM/ Chief Executive. Everything and everyone else kept changing but this constant, the Army, didn’t. It not only ensured much needed continuity, smooth and easy execution of the program removing all possible administrative and other hurdles but guarded it jealousy the way only army can. But for this crucial measure, who knows what would have happened given the uncertainties and lethargy that afflicts us as a nation.

Just one of the many incidents to make it clearer; Gen Abdul Waheed Kakar, on his first ever visit to USA was told that Americans are very keen to discuss this program. He response was sharp and clear, “No, Pakistan’s nuclear program is off limits”. As he landed in Washington and was being driven to his hotel, he was informed that Americans are adamant and will bring this subject up during negotiations. They were messing with wrong man. Gen Waheed Kakar ordered his staff there and then, “We are going back. Book our tickets back for Pakistan on the first available flight. I will never talk about something absolutely crucial for Pakistan’s security”. Americans had to concede to the will of this diminutive but rock solid COAS. Others preceding or following him didn’t waver either.

When we eulogise all others for their great contributions in giving us across the spectrum strategic deterrence, don’t forget this singular and crucial role played by our army. It will also be unfair if we don’t recognise the brave and courageous people of Pakistan without whose unflinching support we would be nowhere.

https://nation.com.pk/28-May-2019/nuclear-pakistan-credit-where-it-is-due

Pakistan detonated seven Nuclear devices in response to Indian test in 1998. The test made Pakistan Nation to possess Nuclear weapons and the first in the Muslim World

Pakistani Nuclear Tests: PTV (1998)



Thank you, Indians :) You helped us achieve a thing which made whole Muslim world proud on us....Arabs were too happy as well along with Turks

Really thankful, we are to you.

   



Fighter @ Fri Jun 07, 2019 8:55 am

Did PM Khan insulted Saudi King?

Pakistan PM criticized for ‘insulting’ encounter with Saudi Arabia’s King Salman (VIDEO)

Published time: 2 Jun, 2019 17:27
Edited time: 3 Jun, 2019 09:18

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The prime minister of Pakistan is facing a social media furore for allegedly disrespecting the king of Saudi Arabia when the two leaders met for the Arab nation’s OIC summit in Mecca.
Imran Khan was filmed walking the elaborate red carpet to meet King Salman, following a brief handshake and greeting. However, it appeared from the footage that the Pakistani PM spoke directly to the monarch’s translator rather than addressing the royal himself.

Khan can be seen pointing and gesticulating as he speaks to the translator before walking away, apparently without giving King Salman the opportunity to respond.

Social media users took to Twitter to express their fury over the “disrespectful” and “insulting” encounter, with some calling for Pakistan to prioritize diplomacy skills when next choosing their leader.

Tweets:-

1. Someone should teach little bit ethics of Diplomacy to this man.
Meanwhile, it is heard that the Saudi king has cancelled meeting with Imran Khan because of his nonsensical attitude.

2. This is beyond insulting. PM Imran Khan enters, says something to King Salman, walks out casually before the interpreter translates and the King responds.

I'd suggest the "selection committee" to teach diplomatic manners when they select PM of Pakistan.

3. Imran Khan said something to His Majesty King Salman bin Abdulaziz, walked out and left the interpreter to translate for the King.

This is a hilarious sight

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Claims on Twitter that bilateral meetings between the leaders were canceled as a result of the monarch’s displeasure at the odd greeting appear unfounded, however, as Khan later met with the king and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud before delivering an address at the summit.

He criticized some Western states for their Islamophobia and called on them to “differentiate between moderate Muslims and extremist Muslims,” Dawn reports.

https://www.rt.com/news/460902-imran-khan-saudi-king-salman/

Some people just had too many time on their hands to make a non issue... a issue.

I don't think he insulted King. King first waved a hand to Imran to go inside and then Imran after saying something to translator, went in....How disrespectful attitude/rudeness come into play? Some people just ........

   



Tricks @ Fri Jun 14, 2019 7:08 pm

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