I hope with one rat back in Pakistan from casino, they play as a team. There is a distinct energy abt the team in the field when they are in mood to play.
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RE: Street Power VS Street Power
Since when does the sitting gov't do "show of strength"
PMLN has ability to do a "show of strength" in 3-5 cities in Punjab where they have ruled for 25years. They are non-existent anywhere else.
But here is the truth...
ISLAMABAD/RAWALPINDI: As the crowds at the ongoing sit-ins on Constitution Avenue continue to dwindle and swell and more supporters take to the streets for Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) sit-ins in Lahore and Karachi, the supporters of the ruling party Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) have decided to take countermeasures to show their own strength, albeit with limited success.
According to a PML-N leader, the three rallies that the party held in the garrison city on Sunday only managed to gather around a hundred participants each.
Know more: PML-N and JUI-F rallies against PTI, PAT
A considerably larger rally of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz supporters was held at Aabpara Chowk in Islamabad, where the speakers condemned Imran Khan and Dr Tahirul Qadri for demanding the prime minister’s resignation.
l Ruling party’s rallies in Pindi fail to attract crowds, women participants l Unruly workers mob party leader’s truck l Special Branch monitoring performance of pro-govt rallies
However, unlike PAT and PTI rallies, the ruling party still came out short in terms of sheer numbers, as well as women’s turnout.
One of the most integral parts of the protest sit-ins by PTI and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) was the participation of women and children from all backgrounds.
The parties proved their claim of enjoying a strong support from people of both genders and different backgrounds. This was one strong element that lacked tremendously in the PML-N rally.
Meanwhile, almost all speakers condemned PTI over their so-called “singing and dancing” and the participation of “modern ladies” at the D-Chowk sit-in.
PML-N General Secretary Sajid Abbasi told Dawn, “I agree that there is no participation of the women in today’s show. We did not invite them as it becomes hard to manage a huge gathering. We are organising this event on a short notice.”
PML-N supporters take part in a rally at Aabpara. — Online
He went on to claim that his party enjoys the support of thousands of women in the federal capital.
Contrary to the PTI and PAT rallies – that seem to be peaceful and disciplined so far – the organisers of the PML-N event failed to maintain decorum.
Dozens of supporters rushed towards Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry’s truck to get photographs taken, despite the party leader’s repeated warning that his truck is overloaded.
“Our workers should behave maturely, everyone wants to embark on the truck for a photo session,” said Gulzar Ahmed, who had come from Bari Imam.
Dr Chaudhry stated in his speech that seeking resignation from Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and calling for civil disobedience was an unconstitutional demand by PTI, which, according to him, had been rejected by the nation.
“There is no weight in Imran Khan’s allegations regarding poll rigging. He has no solid evidence to establish his claims,” Dr Chaudhry, adding that the elections were held in a free and transparent manner. He said that if Imran Khan wants to become the prime minister of Pakistan, he will have to follow the method laid down in the Constitution. He also accused PTI of ignoring Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and “wasting” their resources on false allegations of electoral rigging.
Ajmal Baloch, a traders’ leader, claimed during his speech that the citizens of Islamabad and the traders have been waiting for the permission from the party leadership to get the D-Chowk vacated from the protesters. He said that the ongoing protests have dampened the business activity in the city.
The ruling party brought out three rallies in Rawalpindi on Sunday, from different parts of the city.
A rally from Kalar Syedian to T-Chowk was brought out by party workers on 40 motorcycles. The participants stopped the traffic between Islamabad and Rawalpindi for more than an hour and chanted slogans against Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri.
Another rally of about 150 PML-N workers came out at Sadiqabad, in which the participants were holding placards and banners while chanting in favour of the prime minister.The third rally was brought from Committee Chowk till Chandni Chowk. The rally stopped the traffic at Murree road, which is already congested due to the Metro Bus Project construction.
After witnessing a weak response from the participants in the rally, PML-N asked its local leaders to bring out at least 300 people from each constituency and joined the main ‘Isteqam-i-Pakistan’ rally which will be led by Punjab Labour Minister Ashfaq Sarwar on Monday, from Faizabad to Zero Point. The attendance at the rally will be monitored by the law enforcement agencies.
“The Special Branch has been assigned the duty to keep a check on the number of participants and inform about the performance of the local party leaders and the number of people they bring along,” said a senior PML-N leader, while talking to Dawn, and added that three PML-N rallies came out on Sunday but only gathered around a 100 people in each.
He said that the Special Branch of police has been asked to take picture and report the attendance at the rallies to some senior workers in Rawalpindi.
PML-N City President Sardar Naseem said that the party workers brought three rallies on Sunday, but the main rally will be organised by the party on Monday from Rawalpindi to Islamabad.
RE: Is There Any Moral Ground Left For Long March?
What is the history of Judicial Commissions in Pakistan?
RE: To The Point
Can you imagine 300e6 slaves in Bhindia instead of the 150e6 that are there right now?
Look not all is right with Pakistan, in fact far from it. But Pakistan gave us an identity. Our culture and way of life is very different than other parts of the subcontinent.
Look at overseas. For the most part we flock together and all these linguistic lines are non existent....
My grandparents tell me until early 1980's we were a prosperous nation. A nation with a bright future. We were on the right track. They tell me Libyans, Palestinians, nepalese, koreans used to come to Karachi, Lahore to get higher education....... Just as an example look at our cricket team in 80's vs. now. You had Imran, Javed, Saeed, Asif Iqbal, Rameez, all highly educated. If they weren't engineers they were striving for higher education. They could punk a brit if he dared to say something negative because they were confident in themselves. Look at it now, Umar Akmal, Nasir Jamshed, Mohammad Hafeez. Umar Akmal a 17year old who can't speak basic english even during a presser but can hit a policeman while Pakistan wants to make him kaptaan. Jamshed was caught cheating in exams. Hafeez, professor of nothing....
What changed in the 80's, corruption exploded. You started seeing Zardari's, Nawaz's, in power, nepotism, feudalism got more powerful instead of dying out. The rest of the nation was left behind.
I am not as negative as you. In fact, my outlook in Pakistan is very positive once these kinds of people and parties are exposed.
The people who are responsible for Pakistan right now are not fit enough to run even liquor stores or 7-11. Pakistan's last interior minister runs a Subway restaurant, are you kidding me? What do you expect from Pakistan when these people are running the show. Nawaz, Saad Rafiq, Khawaja Asif, Pervaid Rasheed, Ishaq Dar, Hamza Shahbaz, Maryam Nawaz, Husain Nawaz, Zardari, Gilani, Raja Bijli, Qaim Ali Shah, Rehman Malik..............
RE: 8 dead, 85 injured in clash between Qadri supporters, police in Lahore
its official. Nawaz has learned nothing in the past 10years. The dictator style is still there, as her his business investments, the nepotism..........
I personally thought Nawaz was incompetent and had no vision. But i thought for sure that these 5 years Pakistan would move forward.
Boy o boyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy was i wrong, 5 years will be a disaster because this idiot sees himself as a "chosen one" when he looks in the mirror(when he should see a incompetent chubby guy who needs to lose weight).
The stuff we used to criticize Zardari and PPP for are the same things Nawaz and his family company have been doing.
He has isolated the punjab province by concentrating all power of Pakistan into a 50km radius of Raiwind.
RE: 8 dead, 85 injured in clash between Qadri supporters, police in Lahore
in the US there are accidents, sometimes racially motivated police brutality but have you ever seen Obama sending out DC police to take out republicans or green party members or the white trash people that don't like him? Never.
RE: PM accepts India's invite to Modi's oath-taking
Not sure anyone expected Kashmir issue to be resolved in one 30minute meeting. But one also didn't expect Nawaz Sharif being slapped with 5point agenda while he remains mute.
Nawaz Sharif and his assistants should have prepared for this. Embarrassing. Why did Nawaz Sharif's son go on this visit.
RE: Way to Shareef's heart is via stomach..Amreeki knows that
The way to his heart doesn't matter. He seems lost, indecisive....he is very good at running a family business which is the way he is running Pakistan.