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◼️ Citizens in Lahore started remembering the days of Shahbaz Sharif over the filth situation in the city. Karachites also complained about the poor condition of the city to Shahbaz Sharif at his arrival at the airport.
◼️ Karachi's Green Line service is still waiting for the green signal after 5 years. The first consignment of 40 buses reached Karachi but Federal Minister Asad Umar told the Karachites to wait more two months for the bus service.
◼️ The traders announced Islamabad March against the tax laws amendment ordinance on September 27.
◼️ Parliamentary Kashmir Committee Chairperson Shehryar Afridi becomes upset to see poor people in the streets of the US. He felt strong concern for homeless people in New York, where he came to take up Indian atrocities against Kashmiris fighting for their just right to self-determination.
◼️ Fawad Chaudhry said the Chief Election Commissioner was speaking the language of the opposition. Shibli Faraz says that the bill about to use the electronic voting machines in next elections will be passed in the joint meeting.
◼️ PML-N spokesperson Maryam Aurangzeb said that the ECP was being blackmailed on the orders of Imran Khan. Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar said the federal ministers lost their temper after the notices. Siraj-ul-Haq said the rulers wanted digital rigging through electronic voting machines.
◼️ Shahbaz Sharif urged to do work together for democracy and to end the deprivations of Balochistan. He condoled with Akhtar Mengal over the death of his father Ataullah Mengal.
◼️ Significant development in the fake accounts case against Shahbaz Sharif, the FIA arrested accused Asim Suri.
◼️ Threat of no-confidence motion against the Chief Minister of Balochistan has been neutralized. Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjarani has succeeded in thwarting the no-confidence motion. Jam Kamal will remove the reservations of the annoyed members in the next 15 days. The government’s ally members will not be a part of the motion.
◼️ UN praises Pakistan's role in Afghanistan. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grande’s talk in program Naseem Zohra at 8. The special program will air tomorrow night at 8:03 pm.
◼️ Indian propaganda against Pakistan exposed on Panjshir internationally. The US newspaper New York Times called the allegations baseless.
◼️ PCB CEO Waseem Khan said, on Friday morning, ESI security chief Rigg Dixon called to say that the Five Eyes had expressed fears of an attack on the team. Despite being asked, the security threat was not disclosed by him.
◼️ New Zealand Cricket Board chief had a unique logic, said he did not tell Pakistan the details of the threat and will also not tell in future. He said the NZ team was called back when the advisory changed.
◼️ Chris Gayle wins the hearts of Pakistanis. West Indies star batsman expressed confidence in security in Pakistan.
◼️ As many as 71 more people were killed in the Coronavirus attacks. About 2580 cases were reported in the last 24 hours, the rate of positive cases was 4.6 per cent, and in Karachi, the rate was 3.68 per cent. Ten more deaths in Lahore with a rate of 8.4.
◼️ Legendary comedian Omar Sharif's health has improved and preparations are underway to shift him to the United States by air ambulance.
◼️ France's anger over the cancellation of submarine agreements did not subside, calling the US and Australia liars and duplicitous. French foreign minister says the US and Australia insulted France. Responding to it, Australia said they had already informed the concerns about the deal.
◼️ In the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich beat Bochum 7-0. In the English Premier League, Liverpool beat Crystal Palace 3-0 and Austin Villa beat Everton 3-0.
◼️ Danger surrounds a female reporter in the land of lawlessness, new highlights of the Hollywood movie "Apache Junction".