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14 January 2021, Thursday I Vol 2, No.14

PTI blames agents in foreign funding case



PTI blames agents in foreign funding case, the trilateral meeting between Pakistan, Turkey and Azerbaijan, and the PDM's latest public meeting.

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In Focus
PTI blames agents in foreign funding case
Elites cannot hide behind ‘victimisation’ cards, says Imran

On 13 January, the scrutiny committee of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) met in a move to speed up the probe on PTI accounts which were booked under a foreign funding case against the party in 2014. According to sources in Dawn, the PTI had sent a written reply the scrutiny committee’s questionnaire; the party held that the responsibility of any funds “collected illegally through two US companies registered after Imran Khan’s written instructions,” lies with  their agents overseeing the two LLCs. 

Scrutiny committee refuses to share PTI documents, Akbar disapproves
The case against the PTI was filed by a founding member of the party, Akbar S. Babar. During the meeting, his lawyer disapproved that the scrutiny committee refused to share the PTI’s documents with Babar; they include 23 PTI bank statements, mostly concealed from the ECP, submitted per the State Bank of Pakistan’s directives. 

Akbar, critical of the scrutiny committee, said “When those who are under investigation influence the investigation process, how can there be progress?” Further, he claimed that the PTI pressured the committee into replacing an auditor. (Iftikhar A Khan, “PTI blames its agent in US for ‘illegal funding’,” Dawn, 14 January 2021)

Blame game between Imran and PML-N continues
On the same day, PM Imran Khan posted a series of tweets against Nawaz Sharif in the backdrop of the recent Broadsheet revelations. He said, “These elites cannot hide behind the ‘victimisation’ card on these international revelations…” Further, Imran referred to the Broadsheet CEO’s claim that USD one billion had been money laundered “by an influential person in Pakistan.” Imran said, USD one billion had been transferred from Saudi Arabia to the UK and hinted that Broadsheet investigation came to halt in 2002 after Nawaz left for Saudi Arabia during Musharraf’s era. 

In retaliation, the PML-N’s Information Secretary said that Imran seemed to forget about the corruption under his governance and listed out the sugar scandal, flour corruption, public medicine scam and corruption in LNG procurement. She accused the PM of “victimising the opposition to leverage an NRO for himself.” (Syed Irfan Raza, “Broadsheet has again put spotlight on Nawaz graft: PM,” Dawn, 14 January 2021)

Editorial criticises selective accountability
An editorial in Dawn doubts the credibility of Moussavi’s claims as the revelations have been made out of the blue. The editorial, while agreeing that white-collar crimes and money laundering need investigation, is critical that accountability is done selectively. It opines that some people are given benefit of the doubt, while some are targeted mercilessly. It terms the NAB “a handmaiden to political expediency.” Referring to the recent statements of the SC on the NAB, the editorial criticises the anti-graft body for “trampling on constitutional rights without any apparent fear of itself being held to account.” (“Broadsheet’s ‘revelations’,” Dawn, 14 January 2021)

 

Pakistan, Turkey, Azerbaijan to increase trilateral cooperation
Islamabad, Ankara increase cooperation to combat Islamophobia

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On 13 January, the Pakistani Foreign Minister and his Turkish and Azerbaijani counterparts signed a trilateral agreement to broaden their cooperation and reaffirm support for each other on areas of mutual concern. During the second round of trilateral talks held in Islamabad, the three ministers discussed their common threats: “foreign-sponsored acts of terrorism, cyber-attacks, hybrid warfare, disinformation, and Islamophobia.” 

Kashmir a part of the trilateral agenda
A joint communique released after the meeting outlined that the ministers reaffirmed the “OIC resolution on the Jammu and Kashmir dispute adopted in Niamey.” The communique expressed that the three ministers were worried about the “grave human rights violations and efforts to change the demographic structure of Jammu and Kashmir.” They emphasised on adopting measures within the UNSC resolutions to resolve the Kashmir issue. 

Pakistan-Turkey relations take shape
The Foreign Office said that FM Qureshi and his Turkish counterpart appreciated the positive growth in the countries’ bilateral relations. Further, the Turkish FM and Pakistan’s Minister of Federal Education and Professional Training signed an MoU to improve cooperation in education. Apart from agreeing to increase bilateral cooperation trade, finance, and the like, the two foreign ministers reiterated that the two countries should work together to combat Islamophobia. (Baqir Sajjad Syed, “Defence, trade ties with Azerbaijan, Turkey to be expanded,” Dawn, 14 January 2021) (Shafqat Ali, “Pakistan, Turkey, Azerbaijan for regional peace,” The Nation, 14 January 2021)

 

PDM fight is against the government, says Fazlur
Aims to uphold the supremacy of the Constitution

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On 13 January, the PDM reiterated that their fight was aimed at the government and not the army. The PDM leaders opined that the government had been “imposed” on Pakistan through rigging of elections. During the public meeting at Loralai, Maulana Fazlur Rehman said the PDM was launched to uphold the “supremacy of the Constitution.” He said the PDM pushed for a parliament “elected by the people in a free, fair and impartial election.” Referring to Imran Khan’s election rhetoric in 2018 - to be held accountable if Pakistan faces inflation under his rule - the Maulana said the PM does not care today. He warned that if the PTI continued to stay in power, it would cause economic and political devastation in Pakistan. 

Meanwhile, Maryam Nawaz and Bilawal Bhutto were not present at the public meeting. (Saleem Shahid, “PDM struggle against govt, not army: leaders,” Dawn, 14 January 2021)


In Brief
INTERNAL
COAS meets families of slain Hazara miners 
On 13 January, COAS Gen Bajwa met with the families of the slain Hazaras miners in Quetta, while assuring them that perpetrators of this heinous act shall be brought to justice. The army chief was given a security briefing at the HQ of Southern Command where he was briefed on the prevailing security challenges in Balochistan and the measures taken to curb them, including border management along the Pak-Afghan and Pak-Iran borders. (“Army chief meets families of slain Hazara miners,” Dawn, 14 January 2020)

Two soldiers killed in an attack in North Waziristan
Between 12-13 January, two soldiers were martyred and three others wounded in a terrorist attack on a security check-post in the Speenwam area of North Waziristan tribal district. The attack took place after terrorists launched an attack on the check-post with heavy weapons, leading to an exchange of fire between them and security forces. (“Two soldiers martyred in North Waziristan attack,” Dawn, 14 January 2020)

Attacks on polio teams show there is still resistance to polio vaccination, say editorials 
An editorial in Dawn critical of the recent attack on polio workers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa says that this show there is still much resistance to polio vaccination owing to deceptive theories. The consequence of this is that thousands of children are not vaccinated against the disease with suspicious mindsets being the biggest impediment to polio eradication in the country. In this regard, the editorial says that rooting out this misinformation and persuade elected representatives to personally engage in raising awareness should be immediately carried out. (“Polio dangers,” Dawn, 14 January 2020) 
An editorial in The News International also critical of the resistance to polio vaccination and the attacks say that this shows the hostility with which people regard polio teams and the shootings suggest that they are doing everything to stop the children from receiving the polio drops. The editorial says that there is a need to rethink on how to safely deliver the drops to children across the country. (“
Attack on polio team,” Dawn, 14 January 2020)

ON GILGIT- BALTISTAN
Govt plans to announce economic package for GB
On 13 January, the federal government plans to announce a major economic package for Gilgit-Baltistan as promised. In a meeting with the government of GB, the ministry of planning and development created two technical groups to finalise the integrated development plan on the pattern of the recently announced Karachi Transformation Plan. The two committees are to hold a follow-up meeting in next 15 days and shortlist the most important areas for inclusion in the GB integrated development plan. (Khaleeq Kiani, “Govt to announce economic package for GB soon,” Dawn, 14 January 2020)

 

 

"If it wishes to rise above the fray and remain untainted by the hurly-burly of politics, the security establishment must take tangible measures to disengage itself from it. Remain on the same page as the government, but in a separate column."
- An editorial in Dawn
on the 'Military's role'

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