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Rallies should be according to the law: Nisar

22 November, 2014
TAXILA: Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan reiterated on Saturday that the government has no reservations over the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) holding a rally on Nov 30 in Islamabad — provided that it is peaceful and according to the law.

“If somebody wants to hold a rally in Islamabad according to law, not with my permission but the permission of the law, they have the freedom to hold that demonstration. But this freedom should not in ... read more

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Supreme Court to take suo motu notice of the killing of a Christian couple

IsLAMABAD: Taking suo motu notice of the killing of a Christian couple in Kot Radha Kishan on November 4, the Supreme Court on Saturday directed the provincial government of Punjab to submit a report within three days.

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