Liaqat Baloch, leader of right wing Jamat-e-Islami demands GB representation in the National Finance Commission. He was addressing an election related gathering in Gilgit city the other day. He also said that the recent package is not the destination but a sign towards destination
GBDA expresses concerns over transparency of the GBLA 2009 elections. Recently a number of GBDA candidates and activists were arrested and expelled from Gilgit city on charges of violating section 144 of PPC
Pakistan Bait-ul-Maal has opened a free eating out space at DHQ hospital for patients
The government of GB has allocated over thirty million rupees for compensating loss of life of government employees
Javed Nagri, GS of Nagar Youth Organization, has said that voters of Minapin Nager will stamp on “Flower” on 12th November. Flower is the electoral symbol of Sheikh Muhammad Ali.
MSF (Ghizar) has said that PPP is aware of its defeat in Ghizar district. In a joint statement Raja Changez Khan and other leaders of MSF have said that PPP has only been cause of corruption and manipulation in Ghizar district
Mohamamd Musa has refused to withdraw from the election race, as demanded by Anjuman -e-Imamia. The Anjuman had asked him to step down as candidate and let space for another candidate endorsed by the Anjuman. Musa has said that he didn’t get the ticket from any Anjuman so there is no question of stepping down
Wazir Baig has visited different villages of Gojal to gather support. He is expected to open a campaign office in Passu tomorrow
Kamil Jan has emerged as a very strong candidate in Gojal Valley as well as parts of central Hunza. He is MQM’s candidate from LA – 6 Hunza
Shehryar Khan and Ghazanfar Ali Khan recently toured parts of Gojal Valley to muster support for the election
Shehbaz Khan is also busy campaigning in different parts of central, lower and upper Hunza. He claims to have a strong support base in Shinaki, Altit, Aliabad and Gojal valley
Waheed Murad has stepped out of the election race. He was contesting from LA -6, Hunza. His withdrawal will benefit Shehryar Khan, analysts believe
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