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Imran sent Nawaz out: Asad​

Umar said that he was present during a meeting conducted by the premier which held discussions on whether or not to allow Nawaz to travel for treatment abroad.​


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ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives Asad Umar on Saturday revealed that it was "100 percent Prime Minister Imran Khan's decision" to send former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to London for his medical treatment, Geo News reported.
Umar said that he was present during a meeting conducted by the premier which held discussions on whether or not to allow Nawaz to travel for treatment abroad. He further said that there were six to eight other members present.
"This was first discussed in a cabinet meeting," he said, adding that the decision was entirely made by the prime minister and the premier did not say that the decision was not his. He further said that the party's senior leadership attended the meeting, however, everyone held a different opinion. According to Umar, PM Imran Khan said that the medical reports on which the decision was made "turned out to be false".
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan Saturday asked Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin to initiate steps to alleviate the economic well-being of the urban lower and middle class population, having been affected by the imported inflation.
In this connection, the prime minister had a telephonic conversation with Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin and inquired about his health condition. During the talk, the premier congratulated the finance minister and his team on achieving the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 5.37 percent in three years, which led to creation of substantial jobs and rise in per capita income.
The prime minister highlighted that international economic organisations like Bloomberg and the Economist have recognised Pakistan’s successful economic reforms and initiatives taken during the COVID pandemic savings jobs and lives.
The prime minister and finance minister have been regularly discussing the ongoing global commodity price super cycle which has adversely affected inflation and trade deficit in Pakistan, says a statement issued by the Prime Minister Office.
Finance minister has informed the prime minister that the local food prices have been declining since December as reflected in the SPI. However, he is hopeful that the as soon as the international prices come off the pressure on imported goods will come down as well. Overall, the prime minister expressed satisfaction over tax collection, exports and remittances.

 

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lols everyone and their grandmother knows who send nawaz who is actually responsible these bs lies to give faujis clean shit are getting boring now!


Agreed! But the buck stops with the bold , brave , handsome aka "mujahid e millat" he could've sacked any govt servant for even suggesting this , called for an early election or could've raised a media storm . Kia? Nahi kia na? Yeh b chor nikla!
 

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Imran sent Nawaz out: Asad​

Umar said that he was present during a meeting conducted by the premier which held discussions on whether or not to allow Nawaz to travel for treatment abroad.​


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ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives Asad Umar on Saturday revealed that it was "100 percent Prime Minister Imran Khan's decision" to send former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to London for his medical treatment, Geo News reported.
Umar said that he was present during a meeting conducted by the premier which held discussions on whether or not to allow Nawaz to travel for treatment abroad. He further said that there were six to eight other members present.
"This was first discussed in a cabinet meeting," he said, adding that the decision was entirely made by the prime minister and the premier did not say that the decision was not his. He further said that the party's senior leadership attended the meeting, however, everyone held a different opinion. According to Umar, PM Imran Khan said that the medical reports on which the decision was made "turned out to be false".
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan Saturday asked Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin to initiate steps to alleviate the economic well-being of the urban lower and middle class population, having been affected by the imported inflation.
In this connection, the prime minister had a telephonic conversation with Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin and inquired about his health condition. During the talk, the premier congratulated the finance minister and his team on achieving the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 5.37 percent in three years, which led to creation of substantial jobs and rise in per capita income.
The prime minister highlighted that international economic organisations like Bloomberg and the Economist have recognised Pakistan’s successful economic reforms and initiatives taken during the COVID pandemic savings jobs and lives.
The prime minister and finance minister have been regularly discussing the ongoing global commodity price super cycle which has adversely affected inflation and trade deficit in Pakistan, says a statement issued by the Prime Minister Office.
Finance minister has informed the prime minister that the local food prices have been declining since December as reflected in the SPI. However, he is hopeful that the as soon as the international prices come off the pressure on imported goods will come down as well. Overall, the prime minister expressed satisfaction over tax collection, exports and remittances.

Imran Khan did what the courts ordered. blame maryam safdar nawaz's moo bolay abba jaan justice qazi athar minalah.
 

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lols everyone and their grandmother knows who send nawaz who is actually responsible these bs lies to give faujis clean shit are getting boring now!

Imran Khan himself admitted he sent this crook out. In fact, his own government helped in forging the evidence so he could get ijazat from the courts.

Unfortunately, Pakistanis have the memory of a cockroach, they forget things very quickly.
 

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So all this time fooling the public. Ahh the same repetition of the past. They are all one on the higher level. What do we call a person who lets out a thief from jail and sends him abroad.
 

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50 Rupees Stamp paper guarantor Shahbaz sharif. Court did joke and grant nawaz sharif to go abroad for treatment and why court not giving punishment to shahbaz sharif for been guarantor ?

Court asking PM if he can give guarantee for nawaz sharif life.




LAHORE - The Lahore High Court today (Nov 16) suspended the condition imposed on former premier Nawaz Sharif owing to his name removal from the Exit Control List (ECL), and gave him one-time permission to travel abroad for medical treatment.




Forum thread: https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/nawa...clared-healthy-written-verdict-issued.643114/
 
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Sometime i wonder if we as a nation are stupid or we try to pretend.

All of us remember the pressure on government being put by same media that NS is going to die within few hours and he should be let go outside on the humanitarian ground.

An approval based on humanitarian ground is now being pretended as sent by Imran Khan ...

Pardon my words but lanat on those who are molding words of Imran khan and Asad Umar and on those as well who are buying this shit ...

If we buy this then we dont deserve to be independent nation or country ..
 

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Sometime i wonder if we as a nation are stupid or we try to pretend.

All of us remember the pressure on government being put by same media that NS is going to die within few hours and he should be let go outside on the humanitarian ground.

An approval based on humanitarian ground is now being pretended as sent by Imran Khan ...

Pardon my words but lanat on those who are molding words of Imran khan and Asad Umar and on those as well who are buying this shit ...

If we buy this then we dont deserve to be independent nation or country ..
no nation is not stupid but corrupt and clever in doing corruption to put blame on govt.
 

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Imran Khan himself admitted he sent this crook out. In fact, his own government helped in forging the evidence so he could get ijazat from the courts.

Unfortunately, Pakistanis have the memory of a cockroach, they forget things very quickly.
yeh man!!

we have a short memory but we remember who signed NRO,who protecting Zardari,who armed MQM and yet pawns (politicians) are blamed!
 

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Imran sent Nawaz out: Asad​

Umar said that he was present during a meeting conducted by the premier which held discussions on whether or not to allow Nawaz to travel for treatment abroad.​


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ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives Asad Umar on Saturday revealed that it was "100 percent Prime Minister Imran Khan's decision" to send former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to London for his medical treatment, Geo News reported.
Umar said that he was present during a meeting conducted by the premier which held discussions on whether or not to allow Nawaz to travel for treatment abroad. He further said that there were six to eight other members present.
"This was first discussed in a cabinet meeting," he said, adding that the decision was entirely made by the prime minister and the premier did not say that the decision was not his. He further said that the party's senior leadership attended the meeting, however, everyone held a different opinion. According to Umar, PM Imran Khan said that the medical reports on which the decision was made "turned out to be false".
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan Saturday asked Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin to initiate steps to alleviate the economic well-being of the urban lower and middle class population, having been affected by the imported inflation.
In this connection, the prime minister had a telephonic conversation with Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin and inquired about his health condition. During the talk, the premier congratulated the finance minister and his team on achieving the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 5.37 percent in three years, which led to creation of substantial jobs and rise in per capita income.
The prime minister highlighted that international economic organisations like Bloomberg and the Economist have recognised Pakistan’s successful economic reforms and initiatives taken during the COVID pandemic savings jobs and lives.
The prime minister and finance minister have been regularly discussing the ongoing global commodity price super cycle which has adversely affected inflation and trade deficit in Pakistan, says a statement issued by the Prime Minister Office.
Finance minister has informed the prime minister that the local food prices have been declining since December as reflected in the SPI. However, he is hopeful that the as soon as the international prices come off the pressure on imported goods will come down as well. Overall, the prime minister expressed satisfaction over tax collection, exports and remittances.




Apparently, as always Geo / Jang / The News group is spreading this fake news by twisting words of Asad Umar. Usual patwari / geo propaganda.

IK is so handsome that its just not possible for him to do any wrong. I don't believe this news.


You better should not on this one as its out of the fake news factory.
 

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yeh man!!

we have a short memory but we remember who signed NRO,who protecting Zardari,who armed MQM and yet pawns (politicians) are blamed!

You are right but politicians aren't blameless. They sell themselves for money like whores in a brothel. And it's not like politicians are completely powerless. They have power and they equally share the rewards.

Apparently, as always Geo / Jang / The News group is spreading this fake news by twisting words of Asad Umar. Usual patwari / geo propaganda.

You better should not on this one as its out of the fake news factory.

You don't even live in Pakistan, you are so ignorant yet speak about Pakistan as if you are some authority.

Imran Khan himself admitted to letting him go years back when this issue was fresh

And there were reports that came out PTIs own doctors submitted fake reports showing NS illness as serious.

But yeah blame Geo and Pakistani media like the braindead PTI patwari you are for making fake news.
 

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