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Shoaib Suddle to be the Chairman of Inquiry Commission : Media Reports

Islamabad: A Senior Retired Police Officer Shoaib Suddle is likely to be appointed as Chairman of Inquiry Commission announced by Prime Minister two days ago. He will command the high power inquiry commission under the guidelines of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

White Collar Crimes Expert:

The proposed Commission will inquire about the use of billions of rupees’ debt during the last 10 years. According to a private tv channel, Shoaib Suddle is favorite for this post, known for white collar crimes expert. The experts from five departments will be included in this proposed Inquiry Commission as members.

It is expected that the government officials will be able to dig out the facts for the millions of dollars that were taken as loan. That loan has been proved as a fatal weapon for the economy and betterment of people.

Every year a huge portion of reserves is given as interest rate to IMF. Our major policies in Pakistan are approved after taking the directions from the IMF. We need to figure out the permanent resources to increase our inland revenue if we want to repay the loans and bring economic stability.

Fielding was a bad decision, Sarfraz ignored PM advice: Naeem ul Haq

Islamabad: Special Assistant to Prime Minister Naeem ul Haq has criticized skipper Sarfraz Ahmad’s decision to field first. In his tweet, he said that Prime Minister had advised Skipper to choose to bat first but he ignored the advice of Imran Khan.

Naeem ul Haq said the decision of fielding was not a good decision of Sarfraz. He should know our history is not so good in chasing runs against any team. Bowling has been our strength but brainless captaincy could be seen there.

Maryam Aurangzaib criticized government officials in the involvement of sports matters. According to her PM should motivate the players instead of demoralizing them.

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