FO summons Indian Deputy HC after unprovoked firing along LoC

ISLAMABAD: the Director General of South Asia and SAARC Mohammad Faisal called for the execution of a high-profile Indian officer, Gaurav Ahluwalia. Posted on Wednesday.

The General Representative (SA & SAARC) asks the Indian side to respect the establishment of a ceasefire in 2003; Investigate these events and other ceasefire violations.

Faisal asked the Vice President of Indonesia to “order India’s respect for ceasefire, letters and minds and to maintain peace in the LdC and the scope of work.”

He called on India to allow UNMOGIP to carry out its function as agreed by the United Nations Security Council.

Indian forces along the control route and the WB are continuously attacking civilian areas with heavy weapons. The unprecedented growth in the violation of the ceasefire by India continues as of 2017, when Indian forces took steps to end the 1970 violations, the news announced.

“The direct attack on the civilian population is frustrating and contradictory to human respect, human rights and international humanitarian law.” The violation of the ceasefire by India is a threat to regional peace and security and can lead to a strategic error.

On July 22, 2019, in the Bagsar sector, under the LdC, Mohammad Riaz, 12, was martyred, while Zabeeullah, 18, suffered serious injuries. On July 23, 2019 in the Hotspring, Jandrot and Banchirian sectors, the citizens of Jan Bibi were martyred, while three other civilians, Naseem and Parveen Bibi from the hot springs and Khalid de Banchirian, were seriously injured.

Hafiz Saeed sent to jail on 14-day judicial remand

GUJRANWALA: On Wednesday, the ATC sent Mr. Hafiz Saeed, Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), to prison for a 14-day legal trial.

During the trial, the ATC commissioned the Task Force Against Terrorism (CTD) to provide information to Hafiz Saeed on August 7.

Hafiz Saeed was arrested by CTD on July 17 and the Punjab government leader said the JuD chief was accused of raising capital for prohibited clothing.

His arrest was acclaimed by US President Donald Trump, who said: “After ten years of searching, what is called a militant attacker in Mumbai has been arrested in Pakistan.”

Monsoon rains forecast for upper and central Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Met Office is expected to rain in the rainy season and in the northern and central parts of Pakistan from Wednesday to Saturday.

According to Met Office, rains in the Arabian Sea are low in the central and central parts of the country. However, today’s rain from Asia and the Bay of Bengal can enter the north of the country from Wednesday (afternoon / night) and can spread in the central and southern areas from Thursday to Saturday. Under the influence of weather conditions, the following is expected:

The rainy and rainy season (moderate rainy season) is expected to be in Kohat, Bannu, D.I Khan, Zhob, Kalat, Sibbi, Naseerabad, DG Khan, Multan, Sahiwal, Bahawalpur Divisions and Gilgit Baltistan for a period of time.

Maximum floods with maximum maximum floods are expected to be along the Mangla highway. Even the great flood could be on the Chenab River in Marala and at the bottom of it. Water levels can reach medium to high water levels in the Indus rivers of Tarbela and Kabul in Nowshera, along with their branches, from Thursday to Saturday.

Floods can cause severe devastation in the Hazara, Rawalpindi, Gujranwala and Kashmir areas, and can cause earthquakes in Hazara and Kashmir on Thursday and Friday, while in Zhob, Kalat and DG.Khan on Friday and Saturday. Floods can cause flooding in the cities of Lahore, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar and Sargodha during the period.

All relevant agencies should be remembered and taken with caution during the expected period.

Iran is ready to negotiate but not if negotiations mean surrender: Iran president

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday that Iran is ready for “alone” talks, but not if they will accept the sanctions.

Rouhani seems to be referring to possible negotiations with the United States. The president of the United States, Donald Trump, retired from a key destination in 2015 with Iran last year, but said he was willing to talk to the Islamic Republic.

“While I am in charge of the administration of the country, we are ready for legitimate, legal and honest negotiations to solve problems,” Rouhani said, according to his official website.

“But at the same time, we are not ready to sit at the acceptance table under the name of the negotiations.”