Families of Shia missing persons protest against Imran government on fourth day in Pak

Families of Shia missing persons protest against Imran government on fourth day in Pak

Peshawar: In Pakistan, the families of Shia missing persons and the Joint Action Committee (JAC) on Tuesday continued their protest against the Imran Khan-led government on the fourth day, seeking to locate the missing people. Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Shehla Raza and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Dr. Farooq Sattar called on the protesters to express their solidarity, saying that it is a matter of concern that the people of the city are missing in this manner . "Opposing families is a democratic right."

Sattar said that the issue of missing persons is a question mark on the state and state institutions. He said that political parties have failed to solve the problem of missing persons after coming to power. "The Imran government is showing apathy on this issue." He said that "Sindh government has taken sensitive agencies on board on this issue and the missing persons will be recovered very soon. Raza said that I will accompany the families of the missing persons." I stand and feel their pain. If there are any allegations, they should be produced in the court.


Prince Harry did not fulfill the promise of marriage, the woman reached the Punjab court, know what happened then

Prince Harry did not fulfill the promise of marriage, the woman reached the Punjab court, know what happened then

National Desk: The Punjab and Haryana High Court shattered Palvinder Kaur's dream of marrying Prince Harry of Britain. A lawyer by profession, Palvinder Kaur herself appeared in the case to plead her case and demanded legal action, arrest warrant against Prince Harry for not fulfilling his promise to marry. Justice Arvind Singh Sangwan's court expressed sympathy for the female lawyer but dismissed her petition on 8 April.

The judge said, "After hearing the talk of the petitioner, I feel the impulse to marry Prince Harry rather than this petition." He even said that it might be said that Prince Harry is sitting in a cyber cafe in a village in Punjab. This alleged promise regarding marriage was made through an e-mail from a female lawyer. The petitioners are also confused about the names and have merged their name with the name of Kate Middleton, sister-in-law of Prince Harry. The female lawyer has called for action against Prince Harry Middleton, son of UK-based Prince Charles Middleton. 

The woman has requested the court to direct the British police to take action against Harry. He also demanded an arrest warrant against Prince Harry so that there would be no delay in his marriage. But all these arguments had no effect on the single bench. The judge said in his judgment, "This petition is very bad both from the point of view of grammar and knowledge of request and it refers to an email between the petitioner and Prince Harry, in which the said person promised to get married soon by sending an email." Have done The court asked the petitioner if she had gone to Britain, then she said that no she has not gone. The petitioner said that the conversation took place through social media and he has also sent a message to Prince Charles that he is engaged to his son. 

The judge said, "It is well known that frauds are opened on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter etc. and this court cannot rely on the veracity of such conversations." He said, there is every possibility that this so-called Prince Harry is sitting in a cyber cafe in the village of Punjab and is looking for good prospects for himself. The court said, "The court has not found any basis for taking cognizance of this petition and can only sympathize with the petitioner that he has accepted such fake conversation as true." Therefore, the petition is dismissed.