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PM bans Faisal Vawda from appearing on talk shows

PM bans Faisal Vawda from appearing on talk shows
January 16, 2020
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Taking notice of the federal minister’s Faisal Vawda behavior in talk show on private TV channel, Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan banned Faisal Vawda on Thursday from appearing on any talk shows for two weeks. Speaking to the journalists in Islamabad, Special Assistant on Information Firdous Ashiq Awan confirmed that the prime minister took notice of the incident, banning Vawda from appearing on any talk shows for two weeks and has sought an explanation from the federal minister for the way he behaved. Firdous said that Vawda was banned for two weeks, saying that none will be allowed to defame the institutions. The special assistant said that Kashmir issue was discussed for the third time in the UN Security Council (UNSC). “The government is strengthening the voice of Kashmiris at the international level,” she added. “PM Khan has directed the party leaders to highlight Kashmir Day internationally. He also directs February 5 to celebrate solidarity with Kashmiris.” Firdous Ashiq Awan all the rumors and speculations about the allies were dissolved. She mentioned that the allies expressed confidence in the prime minister’s leadership for democracy. The prime minister appreciated the efforts of the allies for political stability. He also thanked the leadership of the coalition for trusting them. The special assistant said that the legislative process in parliament also took step forward positively. “The prime minister expressed satisfaction over the legislation in the Parliament. He also directed consultations with the opposition on NAB ordinance.” Firdous Awan said that the government and coalition partners are together for public welfare development. “The Prime Minister has directed the launch of public interest programs at the district level,” she added. Firdous Ashiq Awan further elaborated that the Modi government has prepared an indiscriminate plan for the genocide of Muslims through RSS ideology in India. “The Indian government and the state are expressing hatred against Muslims. The premier expressed his reservations on Indian action,” she maintained.