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Thousands of Biden, Trump’s supporters protest at New York, Detroit demanding every vote be counted


In New York’s Democratic stronghold demonstrators were hopeful but wary of calling it for their candidate Biden just yet.

Thousands of Joe Biden supporters marched Wednesday evening in New York to demand every vote in the tight presidential election be counted, as some Donald Trump supporters protested in Detroit demanding a halt to ballot counting in the key state of Michigan.

New York demonstrators were peaceful and spanned generations, with marchers heading from Fifth Avenue towards Washington Square Park in the heart of Manhattan’s Greenwich Village.

In New York’s Democratic stronghold demonstrators were hopeful but wary of calling it for their candidate Biden just yet.

“We need to count every vote in this election,” said Sarah Boyagian, part of the Protect The Results Coalition behind the demonstration organized under tight police supervision.

“Donald Trump has claimed the election before every vote is counted and we are sending the message that that is not acceptable,” the 29-year-old told AFP.

John Fraser, 47, said he’s “worried Trump is going to void the vote.”

“I am not sure Biden has won, we have to wait until all votes are counted,” said the software developer, adding: “I am worried that democracy is hanging by a thread right now.”

The Detroit protest outside a ballot processing center were far more tense, according to an AFP photographer and clips on social media.

Cries of “stop the count!” rang out in the city in Michigan — where US media declared Biden the victor — as Trump’s campaign announced a lawsuit to try and suspend the vote count, claiming its team was denied proper access to observe vote counting.

Social media clips showed protestors with fists raised prevented from entering the center by police.

With Michigan’s 16 electoral votes, Biden now has a total of 264 — six shy of the magic number of 270 needed to win the US presidency, according to US network projections.




Jaishankar urges Gulf states to facilitate return of workers


External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar made the request at the annual political dialogue with the GCC Troika, which was held virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

India urged members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Troika to facilitate the return of Indian workers to Gulf nations through sustainable travel bubble arrangements.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar made the request at the annual political dialogue with the GCC Troika, which was held virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The minister further informed the GCC countries about the progress made by India in vaccine development and manufacturing of diagnostic and other equipment pertaining to the coronavirus.

The GCC was represented at the troika-level by Dr. Nayef Falah M Al-Hajraf, Secretary General of GCC, Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bahrain and Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs. UAE Senior representatives from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar also participated in the meeting.

The External Affairs Ministry later said, “The EAM (Jaishankar) mentioned that a large number of Indian workers and professionals are now eager to return to the GCC countries to resume their work. He urged the GCC leadership to facilitate their return through sustainable travel bubble arrangements with India, the MEA added.

The GCC welcomed India’s inclusion in the UNSC as a non-permanent member from January 2021. “The leaders also exchanged views on regional and international issues of mutual concern. They agreed that the India-GCC partnership in political, economic and other domains would be further strengthened. Both sides affirmed their commitment to reform multilateral institutions to reflect the realities of the 21st century and to work together to address contemporary challenges such as the Covid-19 pandemic, climate change, sustainable development and terrorism”, the MEA said.




‘Jungleraj, double Yuvrajs rejected by people of Bihar, NDA will come to power again’: PM Modi


‘Not just the country, Bihar is giving a message to the world. In COVID times, people are coming out in huge numbers to vote,’ PM said.

Prime Minister address the people of Bihar on Tuesday during the second phase of the elections in the state.

“Not just the country, Bihar is giving a message to the world. In COVID times, people are coming out in huge numbers to vote. This is democracy’s power and every Bihari’s devotion for it. Think tanks around the world will evaluate how deeply democracy is entrenched in Indian minds,” PM Modi said.

“Voting for the second phase of Bihar elections is being held today, and I have been informed that the polling percentage till 10 am is higher as compared to the voter turnout in previous polls,” PM Modi said at a public rally in Forbesganj in Araria district.

On his fourth visit to Bihar in the last few weeks, PM said that the state will re-elect the NDA again.


“In the last decade, every house in the state of Bihar got electricity and gas connections. Now, from 2021 to 2030, it is time to fulfill more aspirations of the people of Bihar,” PM said.

“The public cannot be fooled for long, look at what condition the public has put Congress party in… Today they do not even have a total of 100 MPs in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha… people still punish them whenever there’s a chance,” he said.

Attacking the RJD, PM Modi said, “Proponents of “jungle raj” snatched from poor right to vote with culture of booth capturing, NDA restored it.”

“Voter enthusiasm in Bihar amid global pandemic demonstrates deep roots of democracy in India. Lawlessness, extortion losing while development and rule of law winning in Bihar,” he said.

The 94 constituencies which are going to poll on November 3 are in 17 districts.

Bihar elections are being held in three phases  October 28, November 3 and 7 November and the results will be declared on November 10.




By-polls LIVE | Probe after videos show BJP workers distributing cash for votes in Gujarat’s Karjan


Apart from the regular elections in Bihar, a total of 10 states will go to by-polls today. Out of these states, Madhya Pradesh is at the center as 28 seats in the Assembly will go to polls.

Eight Assembly seats are up for polls in Gujarat, seven in Uttar Pradesh, two each in Odisha, Nagaland, Karnataka, and Jharkhand; and one seat each in Chhattisgarh, Telangana, and Haryana.

The elections in Madhya Pradesh are coming after the political drama which was unfolded after the resignation of Jyotiraditya Scindia leading to resignation of 22 of his closed allies in the party.

The mass resignation had resulted in the fall of Congress’ Kamal Nath government.

The 22 rebel Congress MLAs in Madhya Pradesh with Jyotiraditya Scindia, who defected to BJP, had met the BJP President JP Nadda. These rebel leaders also included six ministers in the Kamal Nath government.

In a relief for Kamal Nath in his ‘star campaigner’ battle with Election Commission, the Supreme Court had on Monday puts on hold the decision of poll body removing Congress’s Kamal Nath as the star campaigner for the by-elections in Madhya Pradesh.

“We are staying the Election Commission’s order and the EC has no power,” said Chief Justice of India SA Bobde.

The decision came on a plea filed by the former Chief Minister challenging the poll body’s order.

Kamal Nath had on Saturday moved the Supreme Court challenging the order of Election Commission of India (ECI) which has revoked his “star campaigner” status for the upcoming bypolls in Madhya Pradesh.

Senior lawyer and Rajya Sabha MP Vivek Tankha said that senior Congress leader had challenged the ECI’s decision on various grounds and an urgent hearing on the plea would be sought, news agency PTI reported.

On Friday, citing repeated violations of Model Code of Conduct (MCC), the commission in an order issued said, “…for repeated violation of Model Code of Conduct and for completely disregarding the advisory issued to him, the Commission hereby revokes the status of leader of political party (Star Campaigner) of Kamal Nath, Ex-Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh, with immediate effect for the current Bye-elections of Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh.”

In its order, EC had said it has taken action against the Congress leader over his remark calling CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan “mafia” and “milawat khor” on October 13. The Commission had earlier warned him on October 26 for calling BJP candidate Imarti Devi an “item” while campaigning for a Congress candidate.

Kamal Nath government had fell after a political crisis in the 230-member Madhya Pradesh Assembly erupted after the Senior Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia along with 22 Congress legislators resigned from the party. Congress was enjoying a wafer-thin majority in the state with 114 seats leaving behind the opposition BJP on 109 seats.

After the resignation of 22 Congress legislators, the ‘magical figure’ in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly dropped at 106, a number which was a ‘cake-walk’ for BJP to attain.

 

13 hours ago
November 3, 2020
Voter turnout of 42.71% recorded till 1 pm in Madhya Pradesh by-elections.

14 hours ago
November 3, 2020
Karnataka: 26.58% and 44.13% voter turnout recorded till 1 pm in Raja Rajeshwari Nagar and Sira assembly by-poll, respectively.

15 hours ago
November 3, 2020
People of Madhya Pradesh know that Shivraj Singh Chouhan has just lied in the last 6 months: Kamal Nath

“People of Madhya Pradesh know that Shivraj Singh Chouhan has just lied in the last 6 months and has done nothing for the development of the state. Voters will now give a chance to Congress to work for the state,” Kamal Nath.

15 hours ago
November 3, 2020
Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and his wife Kiran Tomar cast their vote in Gwalior Polling is being held for 28 seats in Madhya Pradesh.

15 hours ago
November 3, 2020
UP bypolls: Voters at Tundla booth boycott bypolls over 'no development'

Voters at some places in Tundla assembly constituency of Uttar Pradesh boycotted the by-election on Tuesday, alleging that no development work had taken place in their area. With the slogan “Vikas nahi, to vote nahi” (no development, no vote), voters at the Rudhau Mustkil booth No. 30 boycotted the polling. At this booth, there are 629 voters and no vote was cast till now. A purported video clip surfaced on social media, in which Sub-divisional Magistrate Ekta Singh is talking to the people and asking them to vote. The voters told the media that they would not vote till they get assurance of development. At Kachhpura village in Line Par area's booth No. 358, people are reportedly boycotting polling due to water crisis in their area. Officials, however, did not confirm this. (Source: PTI)

15 hours ago
November 3, 2020
Firozabad residents in UP boycott by-elections

Residents of Firozabad in Uttar Pradesh have decided to boycott assembly by-election alleging lack of development in the area.

16 hours ago
November 3, 2020
By-poll voter turnout recorded at 36.98 % till 10 am in Nagaland

Voting underway for the by-election to Southern Angami-I and Pungro-Kiphire assembly constituencies of Nagaland.

By-poll voter turnout recorded at 36.98 % till 10 am.

17 hours ago
November 3, 2020
A man carries his elderly mother in his arms to the polling booth in Gwalior to help her cast her vote in the by-election to the state assembly constituency.

17 hours ago
November 3, 2020
7.87% recorded till 9 am across seven assembly by-poll constituencies

Average voter turnout of 7.87% recorded till 9 am across seven assembly by-poll constituencies: Joint chief Electoral Officer, Uttar Pradesh.

17 hours ago
November 3, 2020
Electoral officials checks body temperature of voters before their entry into the polling booth in Balasore, Odisha.

17 hours ago
November 3, 2020
Congress candidate alleges BJP distributing cash to voters in Gujarat

Congress candidate Kiritsinh Jadeja from Karjan constituency has filed a complaint with the Election Officer, alleging 'cash for votes' by BJP in Itola and Kosindra booth areas.

18 hours ago
November 3, 2020
BJP candidate for the Dabra by-poll, Imarti Devi cast her vote at booth number 219 in Gwalior.

18 hours ago
November 3, 2020
BJP chief urges voters to cast vote in by-polls

 

18 hours ago
November 3, 2020
Congress candidate for RR Nagar by-poll, Kusuma H cast her vote at polling centre set up in JSPU College in Bengaluru.

18 hours ago
November 3, 2020
BJP candidate for by-election to Limbdi Assembly constituency, Kiritsinh Rana cast his vote at a polling booth in Surendranagar, Gujarat.




Mumbai Police summons actor Kangana Ranaut, sister Rangoli in religious disharmony case


The Bandra court in Mumbai had last month ordered an FIR against Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut for allegedly creating religious disharmony through tweets and interviews.

Mumbai Police on Tuesday summoned actor Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli to be present before it on November 10. The summons pertain to an FIR registered against them after court orders on allegations that they tried to create a divide between communities through social media posts

The Bandra court in Mumbai had last month ordered an FIR (first information report) against Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut for allegedly creating religious disharmony through tweets and interviews.

Court’s order comes against a petition against the 33-year-old actor and her sister Rangoli Chandel.

Kangana Ranaut had tweeted on the Paris beheading incident saying, “Year started with #DelhiRiots #Bangloreriots beheadings and killings of Hindu women by their husbands cos they refused to convert, now this young man killed because of one book, why can’t we edit those 4 pages in that book which clearly says to kill kafirs? #parisbeheading”

In another tweet she said, “If Hindus had shown so called peaceful religion intolerance entire Bollywood would’ve been beheaded long ago, they make derogatory films for our religion and then claim they are scared of saffron color, look at the propaganda and it’s absurd and dumb logic. #parisbeheading”

“Hindus lives don’t matter, west till this date makes movies on 5-6 millions Jews genocide, so it’s not repeated, through the slavery of hundreds years do we know how many Hindus were killed? 100 times more than Jews in WW2, but no movies on Hindu genocide #parisbeheading,” she said in a series on tweets on the incident.

“I get really baffled a religion so intolerant to criticism and scrutiny absolutely male centric does not worship women, animals, plants or environment yet in today’s times it’s the fastest growing religion and also gets defended by the intellectuals, How come ??? #parisbeheading,” she added.

“A teacher is beheaded for a caricature, we can only imagine what those invaders must have done to our people during invasion, in today’s digital age with education and exposure they act like demons what they must have done to Bharat when they were Nomads? #parisbeheading,” she said.




Tejashwi Yadav to PM Modi: ‘Hope you haven’t forgotten your promises’


Tejashwi Yadav tweeted,“Hope that you will not forget the promises made to Biharis in the last 6 years and will fulfil them.”

Bihar opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav, has written a two page letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is addressing public meetings in Bihar elections, listing out the unfulfilled promises and grievances that were made by the latter five years ago.

The RJD leader posted the letter dated November 1 which is written in Hindi on social media today, welcoming PM to Bihar.

Tejashwi Yadav tweeted,“Hope that you will not forget the promises made to Biharis in the last 6 years and will fulfil them.”

In his letter Tejashwi Yadav asked about the special status for Bihar and rupee 1.25 lakh crore economic package that PM Modi had promised in the run up to the 2015 elections and that was won by RJD and Janta Dal United (JDU) but JDU later joined the BJP to form the government.

Tejashwi Yadav said, “For how long will Bihar be denied the special status? Can’t these laws be amended for the state which gave you 39 out of 40 MPs? When laws have been amended even in Constitution over other issues, why the same can’t be done for Bihar’s special status?

His other complaint was on the denial of ‘centra’ status to Patna University and also questioned the alleged ‘step-motherly’ treatment to Bihar when it s at bottom of the pile in all indices of the NITI Agog, whose head is PM Modi.

The RJD leader brought up the issue of migrant labourers of Bihar who were forced to walk home during the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown.

He asked,”When you could operate flights for NRIs, why were Bihar’s workers in various states ignored even as they walked thousands of miles back home?”

He questioned the unemployment problem of Bihar and privatisation that has lead to job losses. He said, “In Bihar the unemployment rate stands at 46.6 per cent. The privatisation has lead to cut down in government jobs.”

The opposition leader brought by the BJP’s manifesto point of offering coronavirus vaccines for free in Bihar if NDA is elected to power. He hit back at this point and said, “Ultimately we have fallen to such a level that a human life is dependent on which party the person votes for,”




Complaint against Sushant’s sisters ‘disclosed commission of offence’: Mumbai Police tells Bombay HC


The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) a few days ago, had opposed the first information report (FIR) filed against Sushant Singh Rajput’s sisters on the basis of actress Rhea Chakraborty’s complaint and said that it was ‘vitiated and bad in law.’

The Mumbai Police has told the Bombay High Court that they are ‘duty bound’ to file the complaint by Rhea Chakraborty against Sushant Singh Rajput’s sisters as the complaint ‘disclosed commission of offence.’

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) a few days ago, had opposed the first information report (FIR) filed against Sushant Singh Rajput’s sisters on the basis of actress Rhea Chakraborty’s complaint and said that it was ‘vitiated and bad in law.’

The Mumbai Police in an affidavit filed in court said it was ‘duty-bound’ to file the FIR and refuted the allegations of trying to damage the 34-year-old actor’s reputation who was found dead in his Bandra home on June 14. The Mumbai Police submitted the affidavit seeking dismissal of the petition filed by Sushant Rajput’s sisters, Priyanka Singh and Meetu Singh to quash the case against them.

The affidavit read, “The FIR was registered based on the information provided by the first informant, disclosing commission of offence,”

“A fake medical prescription was sent by the petitioners with the help of a Delhi-based doctor wherein medicines for anxiety were prescribed to Rajput”, the affidavit filed by Mumbai Police read.

The affidavit further stated,”This may have led to administration of psychotropic substances without actual examination of Rajput by the doctor, and may have caused and contributed in his suicidal death. This version of the informant disclosed cognisable offences warranting investigation and requiring no preliminary enquiry. Therefore, the Mumbai police were duty-bound to register the FIR.”

Rhea Chakraborty who is facing multiple investigations in the death probe of actor Rajput had requested the Bombay High Court not to dismiss the case against Rajput’s sisters. Her complaint is based on WhatsApp text messages between Rajput and his sister Priyanka Singh on June 8. In the chats, it is alleged that Priyanka Singh had advised Sushant to take three medicines that are prescribed for depression and anxiety. This chat which has also surfaced in public domain is contrary to the family’s claim of not being aware of his mental health problems.

The investigating agency has said that the allegations by Rhea against the actor’s sister are ‘presumptive and speculative’ and could be a part of the ongoing probe. The Mumbai Police on Monday however clarified in the Bombay High Court that it was not trying to ‘influence or derail’ the probe by the agency.

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his home on June 14 and his family has accused actress Rhea Chakraborty, whom he was dating for money laundering, mentally harassing him and playing a role in his death.




US elections 2020: Donald Trump denies report he would declare poll victory early


‘I think it is a terrible thing when people or states are allowed to tabulate ballots for a long period of time after the election is over because it can only lead to one thing,’ Trump said.

US President Donald Trump on Sunday denied that he is planning to prematurely declare victory after the presidential polls are over on Tuesday, but hinted that he is gearing up for a legal battle post the election.

“No, no that was a false report,” Trump told reporters at the Charlotte airport in North Carolina amidst a news report that he is planning to prematurely declare victory on the election night. At the same time, he indicated that his team is gearing up for a legal battle on the election night itself.

“I think it is a terrible thing when ballots can be collected after an election. I think it is a terrible thing when people or states are allowed to tabulate ballots for a long period of time after the election is over because it can only lead to one thing,” Trump said.

“We are going in the night of — as soon as the election is over — we are going in with our lawyers,” he said as he criticised the decision taken by the Supreme Court to allow ballots to be received after Election Day in several battleground states.

“I think there is a great danger to it and I think a lot of fraud and misuse can take place,” the president said. “I think it is a very dangerous, terrible thing. And I think it is terrible when we cannot know the results of an election the night of the election in a modern-day age of computers. I think it is a terrible thing,” he added.

Critical of the Supreme Court decision, Trump said: “I think it is a very dangerous decision because you are going to have one or two or three states, depending on how it ends up, where they are tabulating ballots, and the rest of the world is waiting to find out. And I think there is a great danger to it, and I think a lot of fraud and misuse could take place.”

Trump said if people wanted to get their ballots in, they should have gotten their ballots in long before. “They do not have to put their ballots in the same day, they could have put their ballots in a month ago. And we think it is a ridiculous decision,” he said.

The president said he is doing well in the election. “We have great crowds. The first two were extremely cold. But they are great people, so that warmed it up,” he said.

“We are doing tremendous numbers. Florida is doing very well. Ohio, as you heard, is doing phenomenally well. I think we are ahead in Ohio from four years ago, and we won by eight. If you look at North Carolina, we are doing great. I think we are doing well all over,” he asserted.

“Georgia…is in our camp all the way. Texas is beyond good. We seem to be doing well all over. And that is not based on polls, that is based on numbers based on early ballots. So we are very happy with it. I think Michigan is plus-two, it just came out. We are plus-two in Michigan. We are really doing incredibly well,” Trump said




Change in status quo at LAC unacceptable, Jaishankar tells China


Delivering the Sardar Patel Memorial Lecture last evening, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar noted that ties with China were stable for three decades as the two nations addressed inherited challenges and new circumstances.

India has made it clear to China that any attempt to change the status quo at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) was unacceptable, adding agreements between the two countries must be respected scrupulously in their entirety if normalcy was to be restored in bilateral ties.

Delivering the Sardar Patel Memorial Lecture last evening, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar noted that ties with China were stable for three decades as the two nations addressed inherited challenges and new circumstances. “Peace and tranquility in the border areas provided the basis for expanded cooperation in other domains. But as the pandemic unfolded, the relationship has come under severe stress,” he said in an obvious reference to the tense military stand-off between the two countries in eastern Ladakh that started in April-May soon after the outbreak of the pandemic.

Jaishankar said, ”The relationship (between India and China) cannot be immune to changes in the assumptions that underpinned it. Large civilisational states re-emerging in close proximity will not have naturally easy ties. Their interests are best served by a sustained engagement based on mutual respect and mutual sensitivity.”

About India’s ties with the US, he said successive governments on both sides have steadily pursued what has become a non-partisan endeavour. A strong economic and technological complementarity, also reflected in their work culture, has laid a strong foundation. And the diaspora has been a very effective bridge. “But it is in the face of emerging multi-polarity that both nations have developed a serious interest in more intensive engagement. There are few domains that their agenda have now left untouched,” he added.

India’s relations with Russia, he said, have held remarkably steady and the “strategic logic that has sustained this relationship since its early days still remains largely relevant”. India has also ramped up its engagement with European states, which were taking a greater interest in the Indo-Pacific region. There was also a strong case for accelerating the partnership with Japan, he said.




Pakistan considers treason case against its leader for statement on Abhinandan Varthaman


PML-N leader Sardar Ayaz Sadiq had said that “legs were shaking and forehead perspiring” at a meeting of Pakistan’s top leaders wherein Foreign Minister pleaded to release Wing Commander Abhinandan.

The Pakistan government is considering registering a treason case against a senior Opposition leader for his statement that the country handed over captured Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman to India under pressure, a top minister has said.

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Sardar Ayaz Sadiq on Wednesday said that “legs were shaking and forehead perspiring” at a meeting of Pakistan’s top leaders, including Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, wherein Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi pleaded to release Wing Commander Abhinandan, saying if he was not released, India would attack Pakistan.

“Legs were shaking and forehead perspiring, and the foreign minister (Qureshi) told us, ‘For God’s sake, let him (Abhinandan Varthaman) go back now because India is attacking Pakistan at 9 PM in the night’,” Mr Sadiq had said, recalling the meeting which was also attended by parliamentary leaders, including those from Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and PML-N, and added that “India was not planning to attack… They just wanted to kneel before India and send back Abhinandan.”

Responding to Mr Sadiq’s remarks, Pakistan Interior Minister Ejaz Shah said the government was pondering over registering a treason case as the police have received a number of complaints against him.

He said those conforming to India should better go to Amritsar.

Posters of Mr Sadiq have also appeared in Lahore, dubbing him a “traitor”.

A number of posters and banners with pictures of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman and Mr Sadiq were displayed in the constituency of the former National Assembly Speaker. Portraying Mr Sadiq in Abhinandan Varthaman’s getup, the posters read: “Mir Sadiq, Mir Jaffar… Ayaz Sadiq.”

The PML-N has strongly reacted to the move blaming the PTI government for “awarding traitor certificates” to its political opponents.

PML-N Punjab information secretary lawmaker Azma Bokhari said the one who put up “traitor” posters of Mr Sadiq must be having a criminal record like in the past cases registered against the PML-N leadership.

The 37-year-old Indian Air Force pilot was captured by the Pakistani Army on February 27 after his MiG-21 Bison jet was shot down in a dogfight with Pakistani jets during aerial combat.

In the early hours of February 26, 2019, the IAF jets bombed the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terror camps in Balakot in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa of Pakistan after the Pulwama terrorist attack that claimed the lives of 40 CRPF personnel.

Before his jet was hit, Abhinandan Varthaman downed an F-16 fighter of Pakistan. He was released on the night of March 1 by Pakistan.

In a speech in the National Assembly, Mr Sadiq said that Prime Minister Imran Khan skipped the high-level meeting, which was attended by top leadership, including Army chief Gen Bajwa and Foreign Minister Qureshi.





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