Pakistan News for March 31, 2008

2008-03-31 14:51:11 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - Pakistan News News)

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CaymanMama brings top current Pakistan news of March 31, 2008 in passing for Pakistanis living in the US and the North America

New Cabinet members to take oath today
The President & the new government - Asif and Nawaz Sharif’s stand
Gilani asks ministers to follow schedule of 100 days
Move of repealing Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) hailed by local Taliban
Time of arrival of US official in Pakistan was not planned

New Cabinet members to take oath today

Islamabad: The 24 member team of new cabinet will take oath to their offices today. The oath taking ceremony will be held today at 1:00 PM at the Presidency today.

The President & the new government - Asif and Nawaz Sharif’s stand

Lahore: While speaking to the press both the Asif Zardari and Nawaz Sharif have reiterated their pledge on working for the betterment of the country. While answering questions Mr. Zardari said attitude of the President towards the new government will be the determining factor of future relations with the President.

Gilani asks ministers to follow schedule of 100 days

Islamabad: Prime Minister of Pakistan – Yusuf Raza Gilani has asked all the Member of Parliament to follow the 100 days schedule so that the new government can plan and provide immediate relief to common man, as promised in the National Assembly.

Move of repealing Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) hailed by local Taliban

Khar: The local Taliban welcomed the move of repealing FCR by the Prime Minister in the National Assembly. The local Taliban leaders also urged the government to sever their relationship with the US. They also warned the tribal leaders and urged them on not to meet the US officials

Time of arrival of US official in Pakistan was not planned

Washington: The arrival of the US official to Pakistan correlated with the days when the new parliament was in formation and also when the new Prime Minister was taking oath of his office. The meeting and the movement of US officials gave a sense that US was trying to enforce their rules and wants the new government to dance to its tune. This perception was negated by the US Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, who termed time the arrival of US officials in Pakistan as coincidence.

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