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Published: 10:15 PM, 3 Jul, 2022
10:00 pm Headlines at 24Digital
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♦ Echoes of audio leaks in domestic politics; Kh Saad Rafique says a person who does not follow Imran Khan's line is abused on social media; Whoever has objection to Imran Khan narrative,, the whole party defames him on social media; He ruled the country with autocracy; Speaking at a news conference in Lahore, Saad Imran Khan is a habitual thief and a free eater; Ayaz Sadiq says every Pakistani is suffering the consequences of Imran Khan's failure; He also criticized Khawaja Asif while addressing a function in Sialkot; He said that Imran Khan's agenda is to spread hatred and dissension

♦ PML-N's Attaullah Tarar announces seeking "red warrants" to bring Farah Khan back to Pakistan; Malik Ahmad Khan says, "Bushra Bibi was called a non-political and housewife; Ahmad Khan takes a jibe at former prime minister Imran Khan for letting Bushra’s friend go on looting spree; Imran Khan concocted plot against the state and claimed that he was a victim

♦ We saved the country from bankruptcy; There was no governance in the PTI government; the last government; just was taken; The issue of bad governance will now be eliminated; Addressing the function, Rana Sana said that eight to ten thousand seats were set up in the PTI meeting yesterday; Only one and a half to two thousand people came out in the meeting, most of them were brought from KP 

♦ Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif calls on PML-Q President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and discussed the political situation in the country; Federal Minister Chaudhry Salik Hussain, Malik Ahmad Khan, and Chaudhry Shafi Hussain were also present;

♦ Allegations not proved: After investigation of the Rawalpindi Ring Road scandal, former commissioner Muhammad Mahmood gets clean chit

♦Tragic accident in Dera Ismail Khan; a bus falls into a ditch, 20 people lost their lives and 10 were injured

♦The federal government has announced 5 holidays on Eid; Holidays will be from July 8 to 12; The Prime Minister's Secretariat has issued a notification;

♦Good news for Sindh businessmen, businessmen let continue their trade activities for 24 hours, markets and bazaars closed at 9 pm

♦The first spell of monsoon in Karachi; Meteorological Department forecast rain; Heavy rain expected tomorrow; spell to stay on for a couple of days Flood warning and fishermen instructed to be careful;

♦Clouds are hovering over Punjab oo; rain in Jhelum and Narowal; Rains are also forecast in Islamabad, Gujranwala, Gujarat and Sialkot; Cloudy weather is also expected in Thatta, Badin, Tharparkar, and Umerkot; 

♦Power shortfall has reached 7,787 MW; The duration of load shedding in different areas has exceeded 14 hours;

♦Outbreak of corona in the country is fast; The rate of most corona positive cases in Swabi has exceeded 42%; Report, positive case rate recorded at 3.8%

♦Achievements of PPP before the second phase of Sindh local body elections; Arrows started flying in the rural areas of Hyderabad before the elections; Candidates from the constituency of Provincial Minister Sharjeel Memon won unopposed, 6 chairmen, vice chairman and 16 councilors won unopposed

♦Five accused of robbery in Defense bungalows have been arrested in Karachi; The accused were working as cooks, drivers, etc

♦Alleged police encounter in Manga Mandi: 2 dacoits killed, 3 killed, dacoits martyred Police encounter, one dacoit killed, three policemen including ASI injured

♦ Five people were injured in a firing incident at a cattle market near Khyberlandi Kotal Bazaar. Twenty-two cattle were killed and one accused was arrested.

♦Gas crisis in Sindh could not be overcome;  Supply to the industry was cut for 24 hours and it would remain suspended till tomorrow

♦ Road to Makkah flight operation completed prematurely; 52 Hajj flights were operated from Islamabad International Airport under the project

♦ Khalistan drive goes on as Sikhs hold a referendum in Rome, Italy 

♦India is on the verge of disaster; India's Nobel Laureate economist Amrita Sen says the state cannot be a country of Hindus only; The current situation in the country has become a cause for fear

♦Australia's torrential rains have severely affected routine life and forced thousands to flee

♦Addition of new franchise in Kashmir Premier League Season-2 will now have seven teams instead of six; Jammu veteran team has also entered; 

♦Eid approaching; rush in cattle markets, search for sacrificial animals on 

♦Colorful Festival at Shandor, a beautiful tourist destination of Chitral 

♦Fans observe folk singer Alam Lohar's 43rd birth anniversary

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