Delhi CM Tears The Report On CCTV Prepared By The Committee Constituted BY LG

New Delhi: In a redux of Rahul Gandhi moment, Delhi chief minister ArvindKejriwal on July 29 tore a report on CCTVs prepared by a special committee constituted by the Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal. Kejriwal announced that his government would start installing the cameras without a licence from the Delhi police.

Addressing a gathering of resident welfare and market welfare associations, along with other members of the public, Kejriwal said he would sign the file related to the installation of CCTV cameras on Monday morning.


Imran Khan To Depend On Smaller Parties To Form Government In Pakistan

New Delhi: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led by cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has emerged as the largest party in the National Assembly on Friday from this week’s general election. However, PTI fell short of a majority and will have to depend on smaller parties and independents for support to form the next government.

PTI won 115 of the 270 seats to which elections were held on Wednesday, followed by jailed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) with 62 seats and former President Asif Ali Zardar’s Pakistan Peoples Party with 43, according to the Election Commission, which declared the results for 261 seats. Independents won 12 seats.


Imran Wants To End Blame Games, Pledges To Match Every Step India Takes Towards Pakistan With Two

New Delhi: Imran Khan, cricketer-turned politician and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party chief, has pledged to match every step India takes towards Pakistan with two in his first speech after pronouncing victory, “thanks to God,” in a divisive general election marking only the second civilian-to-civilian transfer of power in the country. Khan looks set to become the next prime minister of Pakistan.

“We want to improve our relations with India, if their leadership also wants it. This blame game that whatever goes wrong in Pakistan is because of India and vice-versa brings us back to square one,” 65-year-old cricketer-turned -politician Khan said late on Thursday afternoon after his party emerged as the single largest in the National Assembly according to local media.


Preliminary Trends Indicate Cricket Hero Imran Khan To Become Pakistan’s Next PM

New Delhi: Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) led by jailed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif rejected preliminary election results that indicated cricket hero Imran Khan could become the country’s next prime minister. Shahbaz Sharif, the leader of the incumbent PML-N dismissed results from Wednesday’s nationwide poll as counting was still underway.

“Today what they have done has pushed Pakistan back 30 years... We reject this result,” Sharif, the brother of Pakistan’s jailed ex-leader Nawaz Sharif, told a press conference in Lahore.

Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was leading in 107 parliamentary seats and PML-N was ahead in 70 seats, according to unofficial results. The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) of former president Asif Ali Zardari was leading on 39 seats, possibly giving him a chance to play kingmaker in case of a hung parliament.


With Full Support Of The Army, Imran Khan Favourite To Win Elections in Pakistan

New Delhi: Pakistan goes to polls on Wednesday and many in Pakistan have predicted a victory for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party chief and former captain of Pakistan cricket team Imran Khan with unprecedented support and interference of the army in the electoral system.

Most Pakistanis, when asked, seem to believe their next prime minister will be the cricketer-turned-politician. While this excites some, others are disillusioned by the thought. There are others who argue that the PTI, which has seen the successive poor performance in the past elections, has finally come of age.

“We have three options. An untried party supported by the military and two parties which have ruled one after the other and have both been accused of corruption,” Zarar Khuhro, an analyst, says.