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Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that all the political issues should be discussed and resolved on the forum of Parliament and urged all political parties to play their role towards transforming Pakistan into a developed state. Chairing a Parliamentary leaders' meeting here on Wednesday, the Prime Minister stated that all political parties should play their due role towards making a 'prosperous Pakistan'.

Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on Wednesday left for Beijing to attend the Memorandum of Understand-ing (MoU) signing ceremony of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, (AIIB) as well as to alleviate the concerns of Chinese with respect to power projects. The minister will sign the document for Pakistan as founding member. The ceremony is scheduled to be held on October 24 at Beijing.
Federal Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Muhammad Asif has said that commercial audit report on electricity over-billing is expected to be completed within the next two to three days. The Minister said this while replying to supplementary questions of the members during a question-hour session of the National Assembly.
Former military ruler General Pervez Musharraf (Retd) on Wednesday said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is an enemy of Pakistan and Muslims, DawnNews reported. Speaking to an Indian news channel, the former president said that Pakistan would never neglect the defence of its eastern borders and added that the country would not hesitate in using the nuclear bomb against India if a need arose.
Pakistan's top military spokesman on Wednesday said that the country wants peace on its borders, but is ready to respond to any form of aggression from its neighbours. "We do not want to disrupt peace but if the other side resorts to aggression then it will be responded accordingly," said Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asim Bajwa while speaking to reporters here.
Indian forces on Wednesday once again indulged in unprovoked firing and shelling at Charwah Sector. Indian forces targeted Bajra Garhi, Charwah, Domala, Tulsipur, Gor, Baghiari and other villages. No casualties were reported in the firing. Chenab Rangers responded effectively to the Indian aggression. Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) have been shelling Pakistani territory in recent days, leaving at least 12 civilians dead and forcing thousands to flee their homes.
The Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) has provisionally declared the Pakistan Protection Ordinance (PPO) against Shariah laws. Addressing a press conference on the concluding day of a two-day meeting of the CII here, CII chairman Maulana Muhammad Khan Sherani said the meeting declared - provisionally - the PPO against the Shariah laws; however, legal/ defence/political experts, would be consulted on CII's final decision on the PPO.
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