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Maulana Fazlur Rehman his Jamiat Ulema i Islam | Doom updates

On Friday, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, his Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam power chief, resigned Prime Minister until Sunday (yesterday). Patriarch JUI-F warned that voters who claimed to have been stolen last year's election if they did not quit before the two-day deadline had ended would be free to choose what they thought best. To break 14 months old Pakistani Tehrik-i-Insaf government While speaking to his followers late evening Governor JUI-F was told by Prime Minister Lim Ran Khan that people could enter the prime minister's house and force him to arrest him. "We won't be able to show more patience after that point. That is, the deadline has expired," he said for five days in Karachi and other cities amid cheers from supporters who came down the capital a day ago.
It wasn't clear how long Maulana planned to stay in Islamabad until these lines were written on Saturday morning, and as indicated in the speech, his supporters would use violence to force the boss to resign…

Government Announced E-Commerce Policy Framework | Doom updates

Doom updates a month ago, when the government announced its long-awaited e-commerce policy framework, the sector finally came into the spotlight, repeating its hopes for takeoff.

After gathering the opinions of various stakeholders, the document presented the main challenges and specific steps to be taken to revitalize the digital engine of the economy. Pakistan's e-commerce But Pakistan's e-commerce has often found people split, which stems from the lack of majority confidence in online shopping. A few tech players, especially the riders, have succeeded in changing behavior among the masses, while others have fallen far behind most people from certain social classes or ages. Facts and figures about the industry's remarkable growth, which was 93% last year, are often quoted to hint at the country's way to digital destruction.
But even an objective cross-sectional comparison with other developing countries still shows how the market was discovered. Our e-commerce total…

The Merger of Fata and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa | Doom updates

Latest news updates on Doom updates  as new update is Although a year has passed since the merger of Fata and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, mandatory public service offices, including deputy directors of the three tribal districts, the judiciary and police, have not yet been transferred to the tribal district headquarters. Former Patta merged with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Former Patta merged with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in June 25th Amendment. Local governments set deadlines to deputy directors of South, Giristan, Orak Zay and Kieber on June 30 to move offices and line departments from settlements to their region within three months to end a sense of deprivation among the people. The decision has not been implemented yet.
The deputy director's office in the Khyber tribal district operates in Peshawar, instead of moving to Jamruud or any other accessible location. Kyber judges have a court in the federal judicial complex in Hayatabad, Peshawar. Khyber's local police officer has headquartered in th…