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Published: 10:03 PM, 1 Jun, 2022
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 ♦PTI inflicted damage upon Supreme Court trust, The May 25 order was disregarded, government property demaged;  Written decision regarding long march issued; Imran Khan directed the workers to go to D-Chowk at what time?  When did the workers cross the barricades in D-Chowk? How many protesters entered the red zone? Was the security barrier broken? The court sought response from DG ISI, DG IB and Home Ministry secretary

♦Justice Yahya Afridi recommended contempt of court proceedings against Imran Khan; In the dissenting note, Imran Khan did not comply with the court orders of May 25; He asked his workers to reach D-Chowk

♦The PTI has filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking permission from the federation and the Punjab government to hold a protest;

♦Rana Sanaullah is threatening the people; They will come out after the court decision; Imran Khan explained the reason for not holding long march again; He wants people to stay at home in their homes in fear;

♦The country cannot be left at the mercy of miscreants, says Rana Sanaullah; Rioters won’t be let  in Islamabad under any circumstances; The lawbreakers will face the music; A meeting of Islamabad Police and FC chaired by the Home Minister; Salary of Islamabad Police will be equal to that of Punjab Police; Salary of FC will be equal to that of KP Police;

♦Lahore Sessions Court orders registration of a case against Rana Sanaullah; At the request of the Home Minister Even against the order of the pamphlet;

♦A fire broke out in the warehouse of a department store in Karachi; The fire could not be brought under control even after 10 hours; Fire brigade personnel and Navy personnel were engaged in rescue operations; Murtaza Wahab visits the affected area;

♦Prime Minister calls on Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan; Shehbaz Sharif was presented guard of honor at the Presidential Palace; National anthems of both the countries were played;

♦Ready for elections; It is up to the government to decide the new election; The CEC has put the ball in the court of the government;

♦Request to adjourn PTI hearing in foreign funding case; The case is already pending, will not be further delayed, the impression is being given that the matter is being deliberately suspended; Explaining the record takes five minutes; We have verbally remembered your record; Tell me tomorrow how long the arguments will take; Remarks of the Chief Election Commissioner;

 ♦Request to adjourn PTI hearing in a foreign funding case. The case is already pending, will not be further delayed, the impression is being given that the matter is being deliberately suspended. Explaining the record takes five minutes. We have verbally remembered your record. Tell me tomorrow how long the arguments will take. Remarks of the Chief Election Commissioner.

♦Case of arson during PTI Long March. Shah Mehmood Qureshi was granted interim bail in 6 cases. Court orders to submit bond of Rs. Shehr Yar Afridi, Ali Mohammad Khan also granted bail till June 13.

♦The right of Pakistanis abroad to vote has not been abolished. In principle, the amendment of the previous government was not in accordance with the decision of the Supreme Court. Remarks of Chief Justice Islamabad High Court. Hearing of the case adjourned till June 3.

♦It is not possible for no one to act on the constitution and the court to remain silent. In this way the country cannot function. If this continues, then throw the constitution in the trash. Is there any restriction that even if there is election fraud, the governor is bound to take oath? Remarks of Lahore High Court during the hearing of intra-court appeals against the oath of Hamza Shahbaz.

♦Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon called on Turkish Assistant Minister for Transport Ceylon Dorsen in Ankara. Sharjeel Memon appreciated Turkey's achievements in the field of transport. Ready to facilitate cars through public-private partnership.

♦ Aftershocks of rising prices of petroleum products. bus and coach fares have been increased in Karachi. The fare from Karachi to Hyderabad has gone up from 300 to 500. The fare of Multan was increased to Rs. 1600 and to Lahore Rs. 3500.

♦ Power plants malfunction, and fuel and water shortages. The power crisis intensifies. One hour after every hour load shedding. Shortfall reaches 6,475 MW. Power outages in Karachi too. Have done

♦New oil and gas reserves discovered in Bannu West Block of North Waziristan. 25 MMCFD gas and 300 barrels of oil per day will be extracted. Spokesman Mari Petroleum says the new discovery will help meet oil and gas demand - saving foreign exchange reserves.

♦ Major decision of Lahore High Court Declared e-ticketing challan illegal. Cameras cannot be e-challaned without cabinet approval. It is illegal to stop the vehicle for the non-submission of e-challan. Chief Minister Punjab has been directed to take immediate steps to rectify the matter.

♦ Hurriyat leader Yasin Malik was sentenced to life imprisonment in India's Tihar Jail. The mother and sister were also prevented from meeting. Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front condemns keeping Yasin Malik in solitary confinement

♦ After the murder of Indian singer Sadhu Musa Wala, Salman Khan was threatened by the police. A Mumbai police spokesperson said that it was being ensured that there was no suspicious activity outside Salman Khan's house.

♦ Spanish tennis star Rafael Nadal reached the semifinals of the French Open,  defeating world number one Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals

♦National captain Babar Azam is ready to beat West Indies. He says a good team plays consistently. We will try to take the best team with us. Rizwan is confident that he will perform well.

♦Pakistan women's team defeated Sri Lanka by 8 wickets in the first day. Sedrah Amin scored 76 and captain Bismillah Maroof scored 62 runs.

♦Wicketkeeper and opening batsman Mohammad Rizwan turned 30. Congratulations from fellow cricketers and fans. Muhammad Rizwan has done 22 Tests. Represented Pakistan in 44 ODIs and 56 T20 matches. Muhammad Rizwan was declared the best player of the year 2012 by the ICC.

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