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Detail Of Terrorism Update

11/7/2012

Pakistan      15 persons, including three Bohra community members, killed in separate incidents in Sindh
India      Maoists kill three villagers in Jharkhand
Pakistan      Three Hazaras killed in firing incident in Balochistan
Pakistan      Civilian killed and five others injured in firing incidents in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      Maoist killed in Police encounter in Chhattisgarh
India      Maoists set ablaze office and vehicles in Bihar
Bangladesh      Violent clashes between JeI-ICS cadres and Police, causing incidents of injury across the Country
India      Explosives and cash recovered in Meghalaya
Pakistan      10 retailers arrested for selling SIMs illegally in Punjab
India      Three persons arrested along with FICN in Andhra Pradesh
Bangladesh      Three HT militants arrested in Panchagarh District
India      Two Maoist dalam members arrested in Andhra Pradesh
India      LeT militant along with family arrested in Jammu and Kashmir
India      FICN Kingpin arrested in Maharashtra
India      LeT- HuJI linked terror suspect arrested in Karnataka
India      KNO and UPF form Core Committee for talks with Central Government
Pakistan      IDPs to seek politicians' help to end Bara operation
Pakistan      Khyber Pakhtunkhwa gives PKR 50 million to terror victims
India      IM operative Fasih Mahmood confessed of co-founding IM
India      UMHA Sushil Kumar Shinde puts Pakistan in focus on Interpol Meeting
Pakistan      Peshawar High Court allows Police more time to trace culprits involved in dumping of dead bodies stuffed in gunnysacks
Nepal      CPN-Maoist-Baidya not to participate in the CA polls
India      Terrorist outfits investing in Indian stock markets, says UMHA Sushil Kumar Shinde
Pakistan      Pakistan already cracking down on Haqqani Network, says Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira
Pakistan      Indiscriminate operation should be launched against criminals operating in Karachi, says ANP Senator Shahi Syed
Pakistan      Parliament,not apex court, is supreme, says Federal Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira in the ongoing 'talks of supremacy'
India      Nagas living in the state are State's concern, says Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuk







 
Pakistan
Parliament,not apex court, is supreme, says Federal Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira in the ongoing 'talks of supremacy'

Parliament and not the apex court is the supreme institution of the country since it represents the will of the people, said the Federal Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira on November 6, reports The Express Tribune. “There is no doubt that the Supreme Court is the apex court in the country, but when we talk about supreme institution, Parliament is the supreme institution as per the Constitution,” Qamar Zaman said. “It is Parliament which has the power to make, amend or abrogate the Constitution. Similarly, Parliament has the right to abolish any institution. In fact, Parliament is the mother of all institutions,” he added. 

Referring to Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhury and Army Chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani’s earlier statements Information Minister Kaira said that there was nothing in the statements of both “against each other”.  General Kayani had said that for the wrongs of individuals whole institutions should not be maligned. Analysts believe Gen Kayani was referring to the Asghar Khan case where the apex court ruled that two former generals had funded politicians to manipulate the results of 1990 elections. 

Meanwhile, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Senator and former President of the Supreme Court Bar Association, Aitzaz Ahsan while talking to the media outside the Lahore High Court (LHC) ruled out conflict saying that Kaira did not see any confrontation between the state institutions. He, however, added that the Constitution does not allow the Chief Justice and the Army Chief to give political statements. Ahsan pledged that the legal fraternity would resist any unconstitutional move by anyone. Anti-democratic forces are attempting to weaken democracy in the country, he added.

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