In a statement, foreign office spokesman Nafees Zakaria rejects reports appearing in some foreign media regarding deployment of Pakistani troops in Qatar. He terms such reports completely fabricated and baseless.

Analyst on Telephone:

Brig (Retd) Harris Nawaz (Defense Analyst):

I strongly believe that India will be involved in the agenda to allege Pakistan for deploying its troops in Qatar. Pakistan has strong bilateral and brotherly relations with Gulf countries so these allegations are totally fabricated. These rumors could be the efforts to create misunderstandings between Pakistan and Saudi coalition.

Pakistan becomes full member of SCO- "Pakistran to play proactive role after getting its full membership": PM

Pakistan formally became a full member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization during 17th meeting of the Heads of the State Council summit held in Astana, Kazakhstan, on Friday. The Prime Minister participated in 17th meeting of the Heads of State Council of Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev in his inaugural speech during the 17th SCO summit welcomed Pakistan as full member of the organization.

Pakistan is capable to defeat all threats 'irrespective of the front': COAS

While interacting with the troops during his visit to LoC in Muzaffarabad sector, he appreciated the operational readiness of troops and their exemplary high morale and motivation for fulfillment of assigned mission. He was given a detailed briefing by the local Commander regarding operational situation, Indian ceasefire violations and response by Pakistani troops.

Government allocated Rs.320b for development of roads infrastructure

Over Rs123 billion have been allocated for completion of different sections of motorways. Under the annual development plan 2017-18, over one hundred and twenty three billion rupees have been allocated for completion of different sections of motorways. This includes completion of 230 kilometer long Lahore-Abdul Hakeem section, Multan-Sukkur and Sukkur-Hyderabad section, and construction of Hakla to D. I. Khan motorway.

Pakistan rejects baseless Afghan allegations- National Security Committee meeting resolves to defend Pakistan against all aggressions

Pakistan will strongly defend itself against all intrigues and aggression by inimical forces. This resolve was reaffirmed by National Security Committee, which met in Islamabad on June 07 with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the chair. The meeting outrightly rejected Afghan allegations on Pakistan and its agencies for deteriorating law and order in that country. 

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