10:00pm Headlines on 24Digital

By: News Desk      Published: 10:00 PM, 20 Oct, 2021
10:00pm Headlines on 24Digital

♦ No-confidence motion against Chief Minister Jam Kamal; 33 members came out in opposition to Kamal in the House; BAP leader Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran says CM Kamal had no right to stick to power

♦ Akbar Askani, Lala Rasheed, Bushra Rind, Mah Jabeen and Laila Tarin could not reach the assembly during the no-confidence motion; Balochistan government spokesman Liaquat Shahwani claimed that the no-confidence motion against the chief minister Kamal would not be successful

♦ Opposition gears up for anti-govt protests over price hike; PML-N staged a protest rally against price hike; blocked Murree Road and incited against the government; Marriyum Aurangzeb says incompetent leaders have to send back packing

♦ Ahsan Iqbal says that PML-N started a movement to ouster the fake rulers

♦ Qamar Zaman Kaira advises the opposition to adopt a joint strategy; Shazia Murree says if Shehbaz Sharif and Bilawal Bhutto agreed on the protest, they would definitely participate

♦ Sheikh Rasheed says no problem if PDM protests remain within legal limits

♦ Another price hike wave at Utility Stores

♦ The government plans to provide petrol at subsidized rates to motorcycles, rickshaws and public transport

♦ CM Murad Ali Shah lashes out PM Imran; Sindh government announced the immediate implementation of minimum wages of Rs25, 000 says Murad Ali Shah

♦ Dollar continues to soar against Pakistani rupee; rises to Rs174.30

♦ Shireen Mazari lashes out at daughter Iman for making personal attacks on PM Khan

♦ NATO senior representative calls on COAS; both discuss matters of mutual interest, peace and stability in the region, particularly in Afghanistan

♦ The government withdrew the security of Election Commission members

♦ Supreme Court decides to hold an inquiry into LG restoration delay

♦ 332 dengue cases reported in Lahore in the last 24 hours; 107 fresh dengue cases reported in Islamabad, suburbs

♦ Future of Lahore Division Students at stake; eighty percent of matriculated students will not be able to enter government colleges

♦The one-way fare of Abu Dhabi Etihad Airways from Lahore is Rs160, 000

♦ A civilian was shot dead by police in Peshawar

♦ Karachi police arrested the notorious Motu-Patlu gang alleged to be involved in multiple criminal activities

♦ Bitcoin hits a new record; the price exceeded $66,000.

♦ Indian court rejects bail application of Shah Rukh Khan’s son

♦ The first transgender Dr Rachel Levine in the United States promoted to the rank of Four-Star Admiral

♦ Real Madrid, Paris Saint-German and Liverpool have won their respective matches in the UEFA Champions League

♦ The portrayal of Kashmir in new Superman film receives criticism in India

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