The Statement While speaking at an election rally in Lakki Marwat earlier this year, Jamiat Ulma-e-Islam chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman asked how a person like Imran Khan could be prime minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan when his sons attend church.  In the past, he made such statements on television.   Background In October last year,

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(Note: This promise tracking commenced in June 2013 and ended on October 2016)   The Promise. Pakistan’s Federal Finance Minister, Ishaq Dar, had promised to rein in the soaring price of the US dollar back to 98 rupees (Rs) per dollar.   Background When Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz assumed charge of the government in June 2013,

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  (Note: This promise tracking commenced in June 2013 and ended on October 2016)   The Promise. Pakistan’s Federal Finance Minister, Ishaq Dar, had promised to rein in the soaring price of the US dollar back to 98 rupees (Rs) per dollar.   Background When Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz assumed charge of the government in June

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The Statement Maulana Fazlur Rehman, Chief of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (Fazl), has said that political leadership in Pakistan is powerless as the real power rests with the powerful establishment. This is a veiled reference to the security establishment of Pakistan. The Maulana gave these remarks on November 12 while speaking to a local newspaper in Islamabad. Background On Nov.

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  The Statement Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that it was his top priority to eliminate terrorism and extremism from Pakistan. He made that statement while attending a news briefing on the law and order situation in the country at the federal interior ministry. The prime minister also directed the ministry officials to expedite work

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The Statement While speaking at an election rally in Lakki Marwat earlier this year, Jamiat Ulma-e-Islam chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman asked how a person like Imran Khan could be prime minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan when his sons attend church.  In the past, he made such statements on television. Background In October last

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The Promise Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has promised in its manifesto (page 10) that it will take steps to bring down the inflation rate to a single digit in the range of 7 or 8 percent. Background Inflation does not help Pakistanis as the prices of daily necessities soar and people’s savings are also affected. At

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