Police Enters Lahore Residence Of Imran Khan In Lahore
In Pakistan's Lahore, the police entered the residence of former Pakistan Minister Imran Khan. On March 18, the police's intervention at his residence was in the view of Imran Khan's not appearing before the Lahore Court in a pending case. Notably, recently, the PTI leader was issued a non-bailable warrant in a case, where Khan made derogatory remark against a woman judge, at a public event in Islamabad.
Tags: Pakistan Police, islamabad police, Imran Khan, Police, arrested
Courtesy: The Guardian
MEA Releases 26/11 Report, Says Pakistan Is Not Sincere
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) issued its annual report in the 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attack. As per the released report, the Indian Government called Pakistan not sincere. "Pakistan is yet to show sincerity in delivering justice to the families of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. India has consistently stressed the need for Pakistan to take credible, irreversible, and verifiable action to end cross-border terrorism," read MEA report.… read-more
Tags: 26/11, Mumbai terror attack, Pakistan Police, Justice, India-Pakistan relations
Courtesy: Zee News India
20 Arrested, 150 Booked For Destroying Hindu Temple: Pakistan
Following the order of Pakistan's Supreme Court, the country's Punjab province police on August 7 arrested 20 people and booked over 150 persons for destroying a Hindu Temple. “We will make sure that no such incident happens. Besides, the restoration work of the temple has been underway in full speed,” said Punjab’s CM Usman Buzdar. The culprits have been booked under terrorism and other Pakistan Penal Code sections.
Tags: temple, hindu, hindu temple, Pakistan Police
Courtesy: The Indian Express