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Documents of three generations of Sharif family submitted in SC: Dr Musadiq

ISLAMABAD: : Spokesman to Prime Minister Dr Musadiq Malik on  Tuesday said income tax and wealth tax returns and financial documents of three generations of Sharif family were submitted in Supreme Court in Panama papers case.

Speaking at a press conference along with Member National Assembly Pakistan Muslim League(N) Daniyal Aziz, he said Imran Khan could not submit any proof during three months in the Supreme Court. "Imran Khan and others made three allegations against Maryam Nawaz and they could not prove any of them," he added.

Daniyal Aziz said name of Maryam Nawaz was not even in the Panama papers.

Maryam Nawaz was not even mentioned in the prayer in court by the petitioners including PTI, Sheikh Rashid and Jamaat e Islami (JI).

He said Imran Khan was obsessed with the name of Maryam Nawaz and had sensed impending defeat in the case in Supreme Court.

He said in the past Imran Khan constantly lied about rigging in elections and alleged about “35 punctures” and later admitted that it was a false accusation.

The judicial commission in its verdict rejected allegations of organised rigging by Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI), he recalled.

Imran Khan had nothing else to say except raising the issue of payment of Rs 480 billion to Independent Power Producers (IPPs) in his talk with media outside Supreme Court, he added.

Daniyal Aziz clarified that the payment to IPPs was made to cut down energy shortages and the amount was properly audited and discussed in the parliament.

The payment was owed by the previous government of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and was paid by PMLN government to save reputation of the country, he added.
He criticised the negative campaign in media about Maryam Nawaz.

He said PTI was trying to save its image by telling lies at a higher pitch but it would be badly defeated in its case in the Supreme Court. Imran Khan was misguiding and poisoning the minds of youth with his lies, he emphasised.

Six-day ?Japanese Calendar Exhibition 2017? inaugurated

KARACHI: The Consulate General of Japan in Karachi organized the inauguration ceremony for six-day Japanese Calendars Exhibition here on Tuesday.

The inauguration ceremony of the “Japanese Calendar Exhibition 2017” was held at the Japan Information and Culture Center. This Exhibition is being organized by the Consulate-General of Japan, in collaboration with Pakistan Japan Cultural Association (PJCA), Sindh and Japan Pakistan Association.

The exhibition started from today will continue till 29th January. It will showcase beauty and spirit of traditional and modern day Japan through a collection of stunning photographs.

Every year, the exhibition puts on show calendars on a variety of different themes from spectacular landscape to rich cultural heritage, serene exquisiteness, arts, nature, sports, automobiles and architecture, the beautiful country is elegantly epitomized through these calendars.

Speaking on the occasion, Toshikazu Isomura, the Consul-General of Japan, in his opening speech stated that through the Japanese Calendar Exhibition, he hoped all the guests would enjoy and experience the fascinating cultural and natural diversities and beautiful sceneries of Japan as well as four distinctive seasons through these Japanese calendars.

Mr. Isomura expressed his expectation that the exhibition will strengthen friendly relationship between Japan and Pakistan.

Shun Imaizumi, President of Pakistan-Japan Association, speaking on the occasion said that such events will enhance mutual cooperation and improve friendship between the two countries.

The Chief Executive of Heritage Foundation Ms. Yasmeen Lari also presents a presentation on “Emerging from Catastrophe: Lari’s Barefoot Social Architecture” at this inauguration ceremony.

The Japanese Calendar Exhibition has been annually held since 2009. This year around 150 Japanese calendars of various features are displayed and attract guests.

India refuses to send witnesses to Pakistan in Mumbai attack case

MUMBAI: India has refused to send its 24 nationals to Pakistan to testify as witness in 2008 Mumbai attack case, diplomatic sources said Tuesday.

The Mumbai attack case is pending for 10 months after the witnesses failed to appear before the court.

Sending Indian citizens to Pakistan is a security risk, said the diplomatic sources, adding that New Delhi has advised Islamabad to send Judicial Commission to India for cross examination.

Sixty-eight Pakistani witnesses have recorded their statements in the case.

The court had summoned 24 witnesses belonging to India in March 2016 and after New Delhi’s reply, the case is pending.

China lauds Pakistan's efforts in combating terrorism

ISLAMABAD: Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong Tuesday acknowledged and appreciated Pakistan's efforts in combating terrorism and ensuring security of Chinese people at the same time.

These efforts would pave way for increased economic activity in the region, he said in a meeting with National Security Advisor Lt. Gen (R) Nasir Khan Janjua.

The Advisor and the Chinese envoy exchanged views on bilateral relations between the two countries and the ways to further strengthen these ties.

Multiple areas including regional security stability and matters concerning the security of Chinese working in Pakistan came under discussion, according to a statement.

The National Security Advisor said: "China and Pakistan were remarkable countries and they cherished their long lasting friendship".

"China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would certainly be a milestone in further strengthening the bilateral relations between them. "This mega project has the potential to stream line infrastructure along the length of Pakistan and would usher a new era of economic prosperity for the whole region."

Home Secretary Punjab, who also was present in the meeting, apprised the envoy and his team of the security measures taken up by the government of Punjab for the security of Chinese working in the province.

He stressed the need to formulate and coordinate a better security strategy and a more comprehensive joint mechanism for information sharing with the Chinese government.

The ambassador appreciated the initiatives of Punjab government and said Punjab government had accumulated good experience for the protection of Chinese.

The two sides expressed satisfaction over the level and substance of bilateral cooperation and agreed to strengthen and diversify mutual cooperation for the sake of peace development and stability in the region.

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