Indian Subversive Activities in Pakistan- Indian spy Commander Kulbhushan Yadive has been sentenced to death for his involvement in espionage and sabotage activities in Pakistan
DG ISPR says Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa confirmed his death sentence
Director General of ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor says the spy was tried through Field General Court Martial under Pakistan Army Act 1952 and Section 3 of official Secret Act of 1923. Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa confirms his death sentence. FGCM found Kulbhushan Sudhir Yadav guilty of all the charges. He confessed before a Magistrate and the Court that he was tasked by RAW to plan, coordinate and organize espionage and sabotage activities aiming to destabilize and wage war against Pakistan in Balochistan and Karachi. The accused was provided with defending officer as per legal provisions.
Analyst on Telephone:
Lt Gen (Retd) Raza Muhammad Khan (Defense Analyst)
Pakistan has conveyed a strong message to the world that any deterrence will not be tolerated and there will be no compromise on national interests. Kulbhushan Yadav has admitted that he was given the task by Indian government to sabotage CPEC and destabilize Pakistan. Indian government is trying to destabilize Pakistan through its spy agency RAW. Pakistani law enforcement agencies are in state of war against terrorism on both eastern and western borders and almost attained the targets against terrorism. We are observing a noticeable reduction in terror incidents in the country.
PM reaffirms the resolve to eliminate electricity load-shedding from the country in the shortest possible time
Presiding over a meeting of the cabinet committee on energy in Islamabad, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif says the government has steadfastly worked in the last three years to achieve this cherished goal, which is its highest priority. More than 8,000 megawatt electricity will be added to the national grid before June next year. The government is not only focusing on the prevailing energy shortfalls in the country, but also determined to cope with the growing future requirements. Meanwhile, in his message on the Constitution Day, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif says the constitution of Pakistan protects the fundamental rights of all citizens without any distinction.
Analyst on Telephone:
Isphanyar Bhindara (Leader, PML-N)
The people of the country were facing worst electricity shortage in the country before PML-N came into power. None of the previous governments were able to add even single mega watt electricity in National Grid System. The incumbent government initiated a number of development projects under CPEC and making all out efforts to produce cheap electricity. The nation should also support the government by paying electricity bills within time and to help stop power theft.
Host: Ali Naseer
Co-host: Ahsan Bashir