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20 January 2021, Wednesday I Vol 2, No.20

PDM holds protests outside the ECP



The PDM protests outside the ECP, Cabinet forms committee to probe into the Broadsheet scandal, and the nationwide polio vaccination drive

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In Focus
PDM holds protests outside the ECP
Information Minister calls protests a flop show

On 19 January, the PDM held a protest rally outside the Election Commission of Pakistan demanding an immediate decision on the foreign fundings case against the PTI which has been pending for seven years. 

Maryam alleges India and Israel provided funds to Imran
Maryam accused Imran Khan of receiving funds from India and Israel. Further she alleged that BJP’s Inder Dosanjh and Israel’s Barry Schneps funded Imran. She cited that Imran shifted blame to agents for receiving funds; she asked how Imran  remembered the agents “after seven years when people asked questions and pressure was exerted.” (Syed Irfan Raza, “
PDM takes anti-PTI protest to ECP office,” Dawn, 20 January 2021)

PDM questions “silence” of ECP
Maryam asked why the ECP was silent when the most “incompetent” person was “selected” and imposed on Pakistan. She said ECP shares responsibility for the problems faced by the Pakistanis today - whether it is seizure of the PIA plane or the woes of the Hazaras. Further, she listed out that the ECP held 80 hearings for the foreign fundings case but Imran “sought stay of proceedings 30 times, requested for four times to keep proceedings secret, and also moved the high court six times while challenging authority of the ECP.” (Asim Yasin and Muhammad Anis, “PDM tells PTI: 'Come clean if conscience clear',” The News International, 20 January 2021)

Shibli Faraz terms PDM rally a flop show
On the same day, reacting to the PDM’s rally, Information Minister Shibli Faraz said people are not supporting the opposition alliance because it was conducting rallies only to “protect their corruption and vested interests.” Further, he held that the PTI had submitted the list of 40,000 donors in the foreign funding case to the ECP. He accused the PML-N of looting the country.  Similarly, the Minister for Science and Technology and Minister for Human Rights alleged the above and asked for disclosure of donors and assets of the PML-N and PPP. (“PDM demo was a flop show: govt,” The News International, 20 January 2021)

PDM might have to realign their strategies, says editorial

An editorial in The Daily Times highlights that the PPP and PML-N are yet to submit their funding records to the scrutiny committee of the ECP. The editorial highlights that probes regarding the foreign fundings do not fall under the purview of the ECP; rather, the government is expected to make references on the same and forward them to the SC.  Further, the editorial says the PDM;s efforts to pressure the government are coming undone as cleavages within the alliance seem to emerge. Therefore, it urges the PDM “to go back to the drawing board so all opposition parties can realign their strategies.” (“Peculiarities in the foreign funding case,” The Daily Times, 20 January 2021)

 

Cabinet constitutes new committee to probe Broadsheet scandal
The News unravels history behind Broadsheet’s relation with Pakistan 

Image Source: Dawn

On 19 January, the Federal Cabinet appointed a committee to be headed by a former SC judge to probe into the Broadsheet scandal and submit a review report within 45 days. The committee will comprise one representative of the Federal Investigation Agency, Attorney General of Pakistan, and a senior advocate appointed by the PM. While announcing the above, the information Minister reiterated that the PTI had not brought out the “corruption of the Sharif family.” He said it was the Broadsheet LLC which unearthed the family's assets. (“Cabinet orders probe into Broadsheet scam,” The Daily Times, 20 January 2021)

More details emerge on Broadsheet
On 20 January, The News International reported that Tariq Fawad Malik, a textile trader from Lahore, was the person who convinced the NAB Chairman in 2000 that the Broadsheet LLC would help recover the “‘looted wealth’ from overseas.” In 1999, Tariq convinced the then NAB Chairman General Amjad to hire  Trouvons LLC, a French asset recovery firm, for the same. 

Broadsheet was incorporated in the Isle of Man in May 2000 as a shell company by two Panamanian companies named Oxford International Holdings and Berkshire Holdings, and was run by two partners. In June 2000, the Trouvons was set to head the assets recovery drive on the behalf of the NAB outside Pakistan. However, by 2002, the NAB cited lack of progress and in 2003, the NAB unilaterally withdrew from the deal with Broadsheet; but, Tariq kept pursuing the NAB for a settlement. Further, after the partnership of Broadsheet fell apart, Tariq along with one of them “registered a new Broadsheet and became its authorised representative in Pakistan.”  (Murtaza Ali Shah, “Tariq Fawad Malik: the founder of messy Broadsheet deal,” The News International, 20 January 2021) 

Meanwhile...
An editorial in Dawn, written along the above lines, says the many "skeletons in the Broadsheet cupboard need to be brought out" and verify the claims made by Moussavi. The editorial calls for investigation so that those responsible for the current state of Pakistan are held accountable. Therefore, it urges the government to ensure transparency that no fact is "obscured at the altar of political expediency." ("Broadsheet judgement," Dawn, 20 January 2021)
 

Over 40 million children immunised during nationwide anti-polio drive
Strict Covid-19 induced SOPs observed by health workers

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As Pakistan rolled out its five-day anti-polio drive across the country on 11 January, more than 40 million children under the age of five years received vaccination during the latest nationwide anti-polio campaign. A total of 287,000 frontline polio workers were positioned across the country for door-to-door vaccination while observing strict standard operating procedures amid the pandemic.

Further, the National Coordinator for the Polio Eradication Initiative and Expanded Programme of Immunisation said that the fight against poliovirus was recharged through the delivery of successful polio campaigns last year. (“
Over 40m children vaccinated during nationwide anti-polio drive,” Dawn, 20 January 2020)


In Brief
INTERNAL
Lt Gen Bilal Akbar appointed as the new ambassador to Saudi Arabia
On 20 January, Dawn reported that the government has decided to nominate retired Lt Gen Bilal Akbar as the new ambassador to Saudi Arabia. Gen Akbar had retired from the army in December 2019. His last appointment was chairman of Pakistan Ordnance Factory (POF), Wah. His appointment is indicative of the military’s desire to take control and enhance the bilateral ties which have strained in the recent past. (“Gen Akbar appointed ambassador to Saudi Arabia,” Dawn, 20 January 2002)

BBIT calls for policy to boost trade with Iran from a new route
On 20 January, Dawn reported that the Balochistan Board of Investment and Trade (BBIT) called for formulating a policy of a new border crossing point set up between Pakistan and Iran to promote investment in the border area. At a meeting of the audit committee of the BBIT’s board, demands were made for a director’s policy in the context of a new Pakistan-Iran border crossing point established to promote investment in the border area. Further, the meeting stressed that a BBIT’s office should be set up in Gwadar to facilitate the investors who want to invest in Gwadar and the free zone. (Behram Baloch, “Call for policy to boost trade with Iran from new route,” Dawn, 20 January 2002)

PAKISTAN’S WORLD VIEW
Trump’s controversial departure: Opinion
An opinion in The News International critical of Trump’s presidency says that his presidency was marred by several controversies and damaged the prestigious political position that he held for four years. Further, the opinion says the controversial American president will be viewed differently in various parts of the world, however, Trump will go down in history as someone who attempted to divide American society, making attempts to tear its social fabric, driving a wedge between the various sections of the mighty state, and trampling the norms of decency during his tenure as the chief executive of the country. (Abdul Sattar, “Trump’s departure,” The News International, 20 January 2002)

In the end, Donald Trump did make history says opinion
An opinion in The Express Tribune says that at the end of Trump’s presidency, he did make history the way he wanted to. Highlighting that he is the first American president to be impeached twice, the opinion asks whether this impeachment will have a different result from the one that came before. Will the Senate actually vote to convict this time? Apart from the numerous reasons, the opinion says that the factor of Trump’s massive public will make it unlikely that a Senate trial will end in a conviction. (Hassan Niazi, “Trump’s last stand,” The Express Tribune, 20 January 2002)

ON DANIEL PEARL
Omar Saeed would be handed over to the US if acquitted, says counsel
On 19 January, the counsel for Omar Saeed, main accused in the Daniel Pearl case submitted to the SC if his client is acquitted, he would be handed over to the US. To this, the judge asked the counsel to present a new argument instead of going over the same old ones. The case has been adjourned for 20 January (today). ("Defence counsel presents arguments in Pearl case," The Express Tribune, 20 January 2021)

 

 

"The confrontational politics of the opposition may succeed in creating serious problems for the government but will take the country nowhere."

 
- An opinion in The Express Tribune
on 'Addressing major national issues'

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